The Warriors offense came alive last Tuesday on the road in a 7-0 victory over Garces.
Bear Valley Springs soccer will begin registering players ages 4-16, on Feb. 11, 2014 through March 17.
After falling to Garces to end the first round of SEYL play last Tuesday, the Lady Warriors rebounded with a 62-20 win over East, marking their fourth victory over the Blades this season.
The Warriors entered into the week as co-leaders in the SEYL title race, but after a 71-62 loss to Garces and a 62-59 overtime loss to East, the Warriors are currently in a second place tie in the league standings with four games remaining in the regular season.
The Tehachapi High School Warrior Competition Cheer squad won first place in the 1st Annual CIF Central Section Cheer competition in Clovis on Saturday, Feb. 8. The team competed in the Division III championships against 10 other teams from the Central Section.
Do you ever wonder if Jeeves is mad that nobody asks him anything anymore? You remember "Ask Jeeves," right? One of the original web search engines founded in 1996, in the early days of the Internet he was the go-to-guy. Now known simply as Ask.com, his traffic has been significantly reduced due in part to our culturally-acceptable answer to any question; "just Google it."
Mountain Basketball continued to roll through the first half of the Southeast Yosemite League this past week, taking out North 73-65 and Foothill, 74-45.
The Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District is now offering the Blauer Tactical Systems Personal Defense Readiness (PDR) self-defense course and Teen Bully Defense course.
The Lady Warriors suffered a setback in league last Tuesday with a 71-67 defeat to North, but rebounded with a road win over Foothill, 44-33.
The THS Warrior Booster Club would like to extend a special thank you to Lehigh Southwest Cement Company for their generosity in paying breakfast expenses for athletes and their families at last Saturday’s Athlete of the Month Breakfast at the Moose Lodge. The total value of the donation neared $500 in total.
Mountain Soccer recorded their first SEYL victory of the season last Tuesday with a 2-0 shutout win over North.
The Foothill Trojans left Tehachapi last Wednesday with a 58-24 victory, but the Warriors made the evening respectable by earning four victories by pin over the SEYL power.