The Warriors sounded in the season last Saturday morning at Coy Burnett Field, providing an early morning sneak-peek for the local community on the 2014 version of Mountain Football.
After a season that brought Tehachapi a CIF Division II Central Section championship appearance and an undefeated SEYL title, the central section has taken notice, moving the Lady Warriors to Division I starting this fall.
I've spoken about turnover in this business recently, I mean when you're a small-major NCAA Division I program, your coaching ranks are often pillaged once one becomes successful and another opportunity arises.
So while we have several new head coaches on the roster this year for the Roadrunners, we also have several new assistants on their coaching staffs as well.
In early July, just days after Cal State Bakersfield Athletics Director Jeff Konya announced that he was stepping down to become the Director of Athletics at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., CSUB named someone with plenty of experience to help oversee operations in the athletic department.
Over the next few weeks, we will break down the Warriors football schedule for 2014.
Since the end of July, the Warriors, Braves and Indians have been working hard in preparation for the upcoming football season.
The Lady Warriors took a timeout on their preparation for the upcoming season to help host a week-long volleyball camp with the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District.
While it's unusual for even a large city with multiple high schools to have more than a half dozen of its former high school graduates playing college baseball at one time, for a town the size of Tehachapi to have nearly that many, is extraordinary.
Ryan Eaton Jr. represented California at the National High School Rodeo finals in Rock Springs, Wyoming on July 19. He competed against top cowboys and cowgirls from the United States, Canada and Australia.
Volleyball camps, baseball, soccer and swimming are among the activities that vie for the attention of youth sports participants and their parents during the summer, creating an abundance of opportunity that can sometimes cause complications for the athlete and the sports parent.
Tehachapi High Volleyball will conduct varsity and jayvee tryouts this week, Monday through Thursday, Aug. 4 to 7 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the THS gym.
One might assume that winning multiple championships might get old.