For Vic Keesey Jr., it was another perfect ending to a summer of golf.
I can’t even begin to count how many times I have heard parents on the sidelines boasting to their friends that there child athlete is going to “play up,” because they are just that much better than their peers.
John Redman loves anything that flies, and one of his fondest boyhood memories was flying his radio-controlled airplane high above the Antelope Valley.
The Lady Braves Tennis team secured a narrow 5-4 victory over West last Thursday afternoon, thanks to a sweep in doubles competition.
The Roadrunners head to television this Saturday night. The men's soccer team caps a historic week on campus with a televised game from NSCAA TV (National Soccer Coaches Association of America). It's a big deal because just a handful of college games are aired every year, and this year CSUB was selected.
The challenging pre-season schedule for Mountain Volleyball produced another hard-earned victory last Tuesday night, with section No. 2 ranked Tehachapi taking out Frontier, the No. 8 ranked team in the Central Section -- Division I.
The 2014 Senior Club Champion for the Oak Tree Country Club Women’s Golf Club was awarded to Linda Cross. During the two-day tournament, Cross shot 84 each day for a combined total of 168, the lowest gross total of all the competitors.
The Play for PINK golf fundraiser held Sept. 5 at Oak Tree Country Club earned $4231.54 for breast cancer research. The ladies golf club at Oak Tree sponsors this event every year and host women and men, not only from area clubs, but from clubs as far north as Kernville and as far south as Palm Springs.
The Braves recorded a solid all-around game last Friday afternoon on the road, defeating the Centennial Golden Hawks in Bakersfield, 15-2.
Mountain Football’s offense ran into a brick wall on the road last week, suffering a 28-3 defeat to Centennial last Friday night in Bakersfield.
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.