The Bear Valley Springs baseball tee-ball registration period has been extended through June 30, with opening day reset for Saturday, Aug. 9. Baseball is for boys and girls ages 7-16 and is $85. Add $20 for non-BVS resident who must be sponsored by BVS resident. Tee-Ball is for boys and girls ages 4-6, and is $65. Add $20 for non-BVS resident who must be sponsored by BVS resident.
Player evaluations will be held on July 14, and 15. Practices start July 21, with league play through Sept. 20.
As the sun set on a chilly afternoon at Tehachapi High's baseball field Tuesday, a downtrodden Warriors team got just what it needed.
That would be their coach, Chris Olofson, walking onto the field with a cane to greet them, one week after he was hit in the head with a line-drive foul ball and a few minutes after Tehachapi's emotional postseason run ended with a 13-7 loss to Visalia-Golden West in the Central Section Division III semifinals.
Junior Varsity softball achieved perfection by finishing their regular season undefeated en route to a Southeast Yosemite League championship.
Lady Warriors softball finished their season in the CIF Division III playoffs last week, opening with a 5-3 win over Golden Valley and falling to Hanford in the quarterfinals, 5-3.
The Indians closed their season with a second place finish in the Southeast Yosemite League, closing with an 8-2 league mark.
Tehachapi finished their final week with a 15-0 victory over Foothill and a 6-1 loss against Garces.
Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club will host a tournament this Saturday, May 24 at the THS gym starting at 9 a.m. The community is encouraged to come out and support Tehachapi’s young wrestlers. There is not an admission charge to attend.
In recent TVWC events, the youth wrestlers competed in the Kern County Wrestling Association Coyote Classic in Shafter.
The Water Warriors had a handful of swimmers compete in this past weekend’s CIF Division I Championships at Clovis North High School.
Even though THS came into last Thursday afternoon’s CIF playoff quarterfinal against Hoover-Fresno as an underdog, the mission was clear. Win for Coach Oly.
Mountain Baseball was resolute in belief, fueled by the determination for their coach that was taken away by ambulance in a first round playoff game two days prior.
The two best teams in the Southeast Yosemite League fittingly met for the regular season finale last Friday afternoon with the league championship on the line.
Mountain Baseball and Garces came into the contest with an identical 8-1 league mark. After seven innings of stellar baseball, the Warriors reigned supreme in a 2-1 victory.
The Lady Warriors concluded the SEYL season by defeating Foothill 20-3 and losing closely contested game to league champion Garces, 11-6.
Taylor Cummings fueled the bats in the victory over Foothill by going 4-5 with four runs scored and two doubles. Brenna Dezubiria, Hannah Grimes and Kendall Kapitzke each had two hits, Danay Lee had a three-run homerun and Mariah Godde had a double in other offensive highlights.
Tehachapi recently competed in the SEYL finals at Bakersfield College this past Saturday, with the Warriors finishing third overall with 80 team points and the Lady Warriors coming in fifth place with 54 team points.
Taking first place in their respective events for the varsity were Abraham Katona (110 hurdles -- 16.58 and 300 hurdles 41.63), Isaiah Hutto (Triple Jump -- 40 feet five inches), Madison Eberle (400 meters -- 1:00.51) and Alexis Namey (300 hurdles -- 48.16).