The Warriors opened up last week's pre-season contest with Cal City with a 10-0 first quarter lead, never looking back in a 80-48 drubbing at home.
Tehachapi (10-5) had back-to-back three pointers by Isaiah Johnson and Chris Llamas to extend their lead 16-4 in the first quarter, finishing the period up 28-11 and the first half up 46-21.
Mountain Soccer recently closed out their pre-season schedule with four games in the South Tournament in Bakersfield, tying Ridgeview and South by identical 1-1 scores.
Tehachapi (3-7-2) had nine shots on goal against Ridgeview, with Ashley Villegas connecting on a first half goal off an assist from Eva Rowe. At keeper, Ashley Rush had a first half shutout with three saves and Sarah Forbes had five saves in the second period.
The Lady Warriors nearly held Cal City scoreless in the first half in an eventual 65-5 win last Tuesday in their home opener.
Tehachapi (11-4) built a 34-0 lead in the first half, with Cal City recording their first points with a basket at the 1:30 mark before halftime.
Mountain Wrestling opened up the league season in impressive fashion last Wednesday, taking a 47-27 dual meet victory over East.
With the basketball schedule nearing the halfway mark, the Warriors have already put together an impressive resume to stake their claim as a contender in the SEYL and CIF playoffs.
Mountain Cross Country had a pair of runners make second team All-SEYL this past season after turning in top-10 times at the Yosemite League championships.
After opening the tournament with a 52-31 loss to Liberty, Braves basketball bounced back to defeat Shafter (32-30) and Wasco (43-20) for third place honors in the Shafter Jayvee Tournament last week.
The Warrior Booster Club will hold an athlete of the month breakfast this Saturday, Jan. 11, at the Moose Lodge on "F" Street at 8 a.m., recognizing some of Tehachapi High’s top athletes with a medal and t-shirt.
The Braves offense came alive last Friday afternoon in a 6-2 romp over Paraclete.
Austin Montgomery recorded a hat trick with three first half goals and Leo Cano had two goals and two assists to help lead Tehachapi (3-4-1) to a big road win.
In their final tune-up prior to league, Mountain Soccer looks poised to make a run at the SEYL title after a 6-1 thrashing over Paraclete last Friday afternoon in Lancaster.
The pre-season contest against the Spirits had a slow start for THS when a well-timed cross found the foot of a Paraclete striker in the goalie box for an early 1-0 deficit.
What can we expect from 2014? It's a question that's pretty much been on everyone's mind since the ball dropped and the clock struck midnight on Jan. 1.
Lady Warriors defeat Wasco in Gold A Bracket