The walls between fans, players and coaches have grown increasingly thin over the years due to things like expanded media coverage and social networking which many feel is an invitation into another's private life.
Mountain Softball came back to win a tightly contested non-league game against Burroughs last week in the bottom of the seventh inning, scoring two runs to rally for a 7-6 victory.
Students from Tehachapi Martial Arts Center proudly display their certificates from a recent tournament. On Feb. 22, TMAC held its first ever intra-school tournament. The students put their hard work to the test and it was apparent as everyone went home with a certificate in either first, second or third place. The students competed in hyungs, sparring and board breaking using ground and jump kicks. Tehachapi Martial Arts Center has been part of the Tehachapi community for 23 years and is located in Old Towne at 20418 Brian Way. For more information, call 823-0621. Photo courtesy of Tehachapi Martial Arts Center
Tuesday morning, March 4, dawned like any other normal Horse Thief Women's Golf Club Play Day. Despite overcast skies and a nip in the air, it certainly was a day to throw your clubs in the car and head for Horse Thief Golf Club in Stallion Springs.
Mountain Baseball recorded just two hits in a 4-0 road loss against Burroughs last Tuesday afternoon.
Mountain Tennis recently took part in the biggest high school tennis tournament in the nation, competing in the 126-team California Classic near Clovis this past weekend.
Tehachapi’s Curtis Nelson (far right) was one of only 20 individuals across California to be selected to officiate at last weekend’s wrestling state championship at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. Above, Nelson oversees the 138 pound final over Mike Longo (in green) from Santiago-Corona and Emilio Saavedra (in red) from Modesto. For the full story on Nelson’s selection to the state wrestling meet, please visit the sports section at tehachapinews.com.
Mountain Swimming recently turned in impressive results at the Dick Graves Relay Invitational this past weekend, with the varsity boys winning the Division 2 team crown and the varsity girls turning in a strong team performance with a fifth place finish.
The Warriors logged their first win of the year at the Terrio Therapy Spring Classic in Bakersfield with an 8-5 victory over Taft last Tuesday afternoon.
It was the last home game of the season this past Saturday night for six CSUB Roadrunner men's basketball players who were honored as part of senior night festivities at Rabobank Arena. This year's senior night held a little more meaning because all six that were honored pre-game, have either already completed their undergraduate degrees or will do so in the next quarter and graduate this spring.
It was a highly competitive and down to the wire CIF playoff quarterfinal between No. 4 seed Tehachapi and No. 5 seed Shafter last Friday night. In the end, the Lady Generals edged out a 45-41 victory to advance to the semifinals and end the Lady Warriors season.
Local Tehachapi resident Curtis Nelson was recently bestowed a great honor in the wrestling community with his selection to officiate at the CIF State High School Wrestling Tournament this weekend at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield.