Most people know a pickle as tasty cucumber fermented as a crunchy condiment, or a dilemma one has gotten themselves into or out of.
The Warriors and Burros were in a seesaw battle for most of the evening last Friday night before Burroughs pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Tehachapi, 35-21.
The Warriors got their season off to a great start last Friday night at Coy Burnett Field, dedicating the 42-12 win over Foothill to their No. 1 fan, Terry Edwards.
Coaches receive new headsets in honor of Rogers couple
With the Tehachapi High School football team in dire need of new coaching headsets for their games, the Rogers and Childress Family recently made a generous donation to the Mountain Football program to purchase the much-needed equipment in honor of their beloved patriarchs, Jesse "Nemo" and Anna Rogers.
The Lady Warriors tennis team fell to 0-2 on the season after suffering an 8-1 defeat to Liberty last Wednesday afternoon at home.
Ashley Rush won her match at No. 1 singles, defeating her opponent in a third set super-tiebreaker, 6-4, 5-7, 10-8. Also playing singles for the Lady Warriors were Taylor Cummings, Jessica Seier, Eileen Rooney, Maranda Maliska, Rajeen Pitts and Nancy Martinez.
Mike Brock has spent nearly his entire life building and driving things that go fast.
Ever since he can remember, his need for speed has been fueled by the smell of burning rubber mixed with the exhaust of a nitro--burning funny car.
When CSUB Athletics unveiled our latest “We’re All ‘Runners” marketing campaign over the summer, it came with more than a catchy phrase, colorful logos and a social media hashtag — it came with a promise to also increase fan-affordability and overall experience.
Mountain Tennis recently announced their team for the varsity and jayvee level in preparation for the upcoming season.
LA MIRADA — Swimmer Annika Ostrem led the way for Tehachapi during the 2014 Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation Swimming Championship on Aug. 16 at the La Mirada Aquatics Center in La Mirada.
After a multitude of meetings, back-and-forth between the section office and schools, appeals, and paperwork, the CIF Central Section has re-aligned the playoff pool for the 2014-2015 season. Starting this fall, select teams have moved up or down a division based on the last three years of athletic performance in the regular and post seasons.
Mountain Football got their first taste of opposition last week at Coy Burnett Field, participating in a controlled scrimmage with Taft and South-Bakersfield.
Standout returning volleyball players Destiny Julye, Elayna Cramer and Brooklynn Cheney along with recent Warrior alumni Kim Smith all had impressive stints in club volleyball earlier this summer, participating in tournaments in Minnesota and Florida.