Mountain Volleyball recorded their first league victory of the season last Thursday afternoon in a dominating 25-14, 25-15, 25-17 victory over East High.
Brooklynn Cheney led the team with 13 kills, six digs and four blocks on the night, followed by Destiny Julye with nine kills and seven digs and Elayna Cramer with eight kills and three blocks.
Pardon me if I get a little too nostalgic this week. As I write this my team is coming off a major victory on Oct. 4.
That was the historic night in Bakersfield I will simply refer to as "The Night Soccer Ruled the Town."
Playing at home or on the road, it doesn’t matter. The Jacobsen Middle School eight-grade girls volleyball team has found an unstoppable rhythm, keeping their undefeated season alive after beating Edison in two games, 25-13 and 25-10, on Sept. 29, in Bakersfield.
The Lady Warriors further staked their claim as a top team in the central section with an impressive performance over Garces last Wednesday night, defeating the Rams in straight sets, 25-14, 25-21, 25-13.
The Braves took an early three-score lead to open up homecoming last Friday afternoon en route to an eventual 28-14 victory over North.
It was a tale of two halves at the homecoming game last Friday night.
The Tehachapi Youth Football Tomahawk program has recorded successful results so far this season, with all four football teams sporting an overall record of 12 wins and eight losses.
Mountain Football will have their annual homecoming game against North this Friday night at Coy Burnett Field.
The Jacobsen Middle School eighth-grade girls volleyball team officially opened its season last Tuesday in front of a jam-packed crowd by recording an impressive sweep over visiting Lake Isabella-Wallace.
For Vic Keesey Jr., it was another perfect ending to a summer of golf.
I can’t even begin to count how many times I have heard parents on the sidelines boasting to their friends that there child athlete is going to “play up,” because they are just that much better than their peers.
John Redman loves anything that flies, and one of his fondest boyhood memories was flying his radio-controlled airplane high above the Antelope Valley.