After earning a tri-championship in the Southeast Yosemite League and a trip to the CIF Central Section Division III quarterfinals this past season, five Warriors were named among the best players at season's end.
Mountain Softball was engaged in a pitching duel this past week against defending CIF Division IV section champion Taft, losing a pair of contests to Taft, 2-0 and 1-0.
Reid Feeley turned in a pitching gem against Taft last week, going all seven innings and giving up only two hits en route to a 2-1 win for the Warriors.
After finishing their season as the second place team in the Southeast Yosemite League and reaching the CIF Central Section Division III quarterfinals, six Lady Warriors were named all-league for this past basketball season.
Mountain Track and Field competed with some of the best teams in the area at the Kern County Invitational last Friday, with a handful of athletes turning in top times and marks.
CSUB men's and women's basketball team members had their first exposure to a conference tournament last week, competing at the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in Las Vegas for the tourney title and the automatic-qualifier spot in the NCAA Tournament.
The varsity men turned in a solid showing at the Taft Invitational this past weekend, taking second place in the team standings with 187 points, just getting edged out by tourney winner Taft, who won the meet with 225 points.
Mountain Golf earned their second-straight silver finish in Southeast Yosemite League action, amassing a team score of 472 last Thursday in Bakersfield.
Mountain Tennis opened up the Southeast Yosemite League schedule last week with a pair of home wins, defeating East 5-4 and Highland 8-1.
During a torrential rain storm in Simi Valley on March 1, four Tehachapi gymnasts performed at the top of their sport. A total of 14 gyms were represented from Bakersfield, the Central Coast and the Greater Los Angeles area.
Mountain Track and Field recently took part in the East Kern Bakersfield Relays, competing with 17 other schools in the Central Section at Bakersfield College. Highlighting Tehachapi’s efforts in the varsity division was Skylar Valencia taking second in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 42.66 and sixth in the long jump with a leap of 19 feet, 1.5 inches. The 4x100 relay of Rebekah Sebra, Hannah Silitonga, Alexis Namey and Madison Eberle took third with a time of 54.20 and the 4x200 relay team of Namey, Jessica Perreault, Sebra and Eberle took fourth with a time of 1:54.71.
The Warriors got their season off to a strong start with a second place finish in the first Southeast Yosemite League Tournament of the year, barely losing to tourney winner Garces by three strokes.