The Burros looked poised for a possible upset to start the match last Tuesday with an early lead, but the momentum proved to be short-lived, with the Lady Warriors coasting to a 25-21, 25-16, 25-15 win in the home opener.
So starting this week, I'm the "old guy" in class. Yes, after a 12-year break, I'm back in the classroom as I start the coursework for my Master's Degree in Public Administration.
What makes it most comical is the addition of several of our student-athletes, those that took a medical redshirt earlier in their careers, finished their undergraduate work and now as redshirt-seniors are starting their master's programs as well.
Crossfit Tehachapi will hold a special Blauer Tactical Systems Personal Defense Readiness (PDR) Self-Defense course from 8 a.m. to noon on Sept. 20 at the Tehachapi Valley Recreation and Park District, in the conference room, 490 W. “D” St. Taught by Ryan Finnegan, certified Marine Corps close combat and marital arts instructor and co-owner of CrossFit Tehachapi, the course will focus on understanding one’s natural behavioral reactions to a violent attack and how to effectively defend oneself.
The Warrior Boosters Scholarship Golf Tournament took place last Saturday at the Horse Thief Country Club in Stallion Springs and fun was had by all that participated.
If there is one sport I miss while working within the athletics department at CSUB, its football; and no we’re not adding a team, safe to say never will either, the economics simply don’t work.
Mountain Volleyball officially opened their season earlier this month by recording an impressive silver-division championship at the Clovis Invitational, recording six wins overall against some of the best teams in central California.
The Ladies Golf Club at Oak Tree Country Club held a fundraising golf tournament on July 31 to raise money to help the family of Alexis Rodriguez.
Mountain Volleyball’s only loss of the season thus far was avenged, with Tehachapi taking a 25-23, 21-25, 17-25, 25-17, 15-11 over Liberty in Bakersfield last Wednesday afternoon.
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.