A handful of students have trained for the last five to seven years to reach a level of expertise and skill to test for black belt at the Tehachapi Martial Arts Center. The honor to test for the rank of black belt is part of the process of proving their skill and devotion to Tae Kwon Do.
Tehachapi had two wrestlers take SEYL championships, with a handful of Warriors placing in the top four overall in their respective weight classes.
After suffering a pair of league defeats the previous week against Garces and East, the Warriors wasted no time in getting back on the winning track with a 71-52 victory over North and a 73-64 win over Highland.
Former standout Tehachapi High School athletes Bert Hall and Cory Lange recently went head-to-head in collegiate basketball this past weekend, with Azusa Pacific coming away with an 85-69 victory over BYU-Hawai’i this past Thursday night in Azusa.
I received a couple compliments last week that nice on the surface, but both just flat-out got me thinking.
Members of the newly formed Eagle Wrestling Club arrived home in high spirits from their first tournament held Jan. 26 at Cerritos College in Norwalk.
Coach Bryan Lindsey, founder of the club, is instrumental in teaching children ages K through Grade 8 the art of the sport. The avenue of teaching the skills of wrestling promotes not only a team effort but also is a sport that comes down to individual ability as well.
The Lady Warriors avenged their first league meeting loss against North by turning the tables this past week in Bakersfield, running away with a 60-42 victory.
Porterville rolled to a 3-1 win over Tehachapi on Tuesday in a first round Division III Valley mens varsity soccer playoff game, bringing an end to the Warriors season.
The Lady Warriors closed the regular season on a high note with a 3-0 victory on the road against North last Thursday afternoon.
Freddy Benitez scored four goals to help lift the Tehachapi (9-8; 5-5 SEYL) to a 4-3 victory over North last Thursday afternoon at Coy Burnett Field. The Warriors enter playoffs in Porterville today.
The Lady Braves moved their league record to 4-2 in the Southeast Yosemite League with a 46-27 victory over East last Thursday.
The Roadrunners open another baseball season this week, their sixth in the short history of the program that first took the field in the Spring of 2009.