The Warriors had a stiff test right from the get go to open up league, having to take on defending league champion East.
The 2014 Brett Wallis Rosamond Baseball Youth Baseball Clinic for ages 5 and up will be held Saturday, Feb. 22, at Rosamond High School starting at 9 a.m.
Mountain Basketball opened up league with an impressive start by rolling to a pair of wins over East 48-22 and Highland 50-15 in basketball action last week.
The Lady Braves (2-0 SEYL) basketball team recorded a pair of victories to start the league season with a 43-19 win over East and a 36-22 win over Highland.
As we near February on campus we're inching closer to baseball season. I've said this before, but the beauty of college baseball is that is starts well-before any other form of the game, meaning it gets a head start and whets the appetite for the pastime.
The Lady Warriors opened up the league season this past week with a 2-1 loss to Foothill and a 3-0 loss to Garces.
After three quarters, the Warriors were only nursing a one-point lead, but a big fourth quarter proved to be the difference in a 68-60 victory over Frontier.
The Scots edged Tehachapi in a SEYL wrestling dual last Wednesday afternoon, taking a 49-24 victory over the Warriors.
The Lady Warriors were forced to postpone the tourney final against host Golden Valley in early December due to a Highway 58 closure, but the long awaited championship game proved to be golden for Mountain Basketball in a 40-35 victory over the Bulldogs last Thursday.
"Remember kid, heroes are remembered, but legends never die."
Remember that line from the 1990's baseball film "The Sandlot"? The "ghost" of Babe Ruth visiting the dreams of Benny "The Jet" Rodriguez when he was debating whether or not to jump the fence and get the doomed baseball out of the jaws of 'the beast'?
After suffering an overtime heartbreaker in the league opener to Foothill, the Warriors bounced back in a big way with a 6-1 win over Garces at Coy Burnett Field last Thursday night.
It was a memorable season by all accounts for Lady Warriors volleyball, earning the school's first Yosemite League title in any sport en route to a CIF Division II championship appearance.