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Junior Rodeo contestants took to the Milano Rodeo Arena this weekend as young cowboys and cowgirls continued to earn points in each of their chosen events.

In February 2020, about a month before the COVID-19 pandemic shut schools, Garret Alcaraz, then a senior at Tehachapi High School, played basketball in the THS gym. He was among other Special Olympics athletes playing an exhibition game sponsored by Unified Sports.

The ladies at Oak Tree Country Club took to the golf course July 14-15 to play their annual Eclectic Tournament. It is the most fun tournament of the year, since you have two days to achieve your best score for 18 holes or 9 holes, depending on which group you are in.

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The 2022 Academic All-America softball teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, have been announced and former Tehachapi High School and current Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute student-athlete Erin Askins has been selected to the Second Team.

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The Bear Valley Springs Youth Baseball Camp is offering a fund raising play on the last weekend of July at the BeeKay Theatre in Tehachapi. Whether you love baseball or not, you’ll love this play about Hall of Fame pitcher and America’s first true national here, “MATTY.”

A dozen members of the 12U Tehachapi Seminoles baseball team captured memories to last a lifetime earlier this month when they traveled to Cooperstown, New York, to play ball.

The Oak Tree Country Club Women’s Golf Club held its annual President’s Cup and Vice President’s Cup Tournament on June 23-24, crowning this year’s winners at the luncheon afterward. Both events are combined 2-day net scores with the President’s Cup for 18-holers and the Vice President’s Cup…

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Mountain baseball may have had its season come to an end last week in the CIF Central Section Division V playoffs, but the team made sure to end the year on a good note with one last event at home in a sendoff for the departing seniors.

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Mountain softball played to near-perfection in all phases in a pair of games over West High School, closing out its league schedule with 21-1 and 30-0 wins over the Vikings.

Mountain Baseball recently played a pair of impressive games in league play, overwhelming Golden Valley 20-0 and 18-2 to take the season series over the Bulldogs.

Mountain Swimming had impressive results at the recent CIF Central Section Division I championships, highlighted with a medal in the 400 freestyle relay.

Competing against 20 Kern County high school swim teams this past week, Mountain Swimming was able to make a massive splash in the water at the Kern County Aquatics Complex in Bakersfield.

Mountain Golf has been traveling to courses all around Kern County this spring, participating in South Yosemite League action against Bakersfield Christian, Independence, Ridgeview, Independence and West.

The Tehachapi Warrior Booster Club and the Tehachapi Warriors Baseball program recently completed a facility upgrade for the varsity baseball field consisting of over 500 feet of sublimated outfield windscreens to enhance the look of the stadium and enhance player safety.

Tehachapi Track and Field participated at Bakersfield High School this past Thursday to take part in the Frontier Titan Top 16 Invite for underclassmen.

The Water Warriors have continued to roll in league dual meets after defeating Golden Valley (242-50) and Ridgeview (226.5-157) in recent South Yosemite League action.

At the Showstopper Dance Competition in Anaheim, J & M Dance Center competed against dozens of dance studios from around the state for prestigious top honors.

Tehachapi JV Lady Warriors came back after trailing by 5 runs in the 4th inning. The comeback fell just short, though, with an 18-16 defeat by Ridgeview Wolf Pack on Wednesday, April 6. Tehachapi JV Lady Warriors scored four runs in the failed comeback on a single by Kennedy Cimmental, a gro…

It was a great week for baseball and the Warriors gave the home crowd an impressive showing, defeating Golden Valley 11-3 and West 18-1 in a pair of South Yosemite League games.

Aryana Sedano collected four hits in four at bats as Tehachapi Warriors JV softball defeated Golden Valley High School 13-3 on Wednesday. Sedano doubled in the first, singled in the second, singled in the fourth, and also singled in the fifth.

Mountain Swimming had an impressive showing in their third SYL meet of the season, with the Varsity boys (85-83) and the Varsity girls (123-45) both defeating Taft to remain undefeated in league.

The junior varsity Lady Warriors started their pre-season March 18 when they faced Chavez High School at home in Tehachapi to defeat the Lady Titans 25-9. March 15, they would face the Highland Scots in Tehachapi, which would result in a loss of 12-6.

The Warriors started the South Yosemite League season in a tightly-contested home game against Ridgeview, the only difference being a two-run fourth inning by the Wolfpack in a 2-0 defeat.

Mountain Wrestling had a memorable weekend in the CIF Section Finals with four wrestlers placing in the top five in their weight class. The results qualified them for an invite to this weekend’s prestigious Masters Tournament. Two wrestlers also claimed CIF titles.