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.
A handful of talented Warrior seniors recently announced which four-year universities they intend to compete at next season in a ceremony held at Tehachapi High School.
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.
The Lady Warriors were on fire at the plate last week in a home contest against Golden Valley, recording their best offensive output of the season in a 22-5 victory.
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.
The Frosh-Soph Lady Warriors had an impressive showing at Independence High School in the league championships, taking first-place honors as a team.
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.
The Lady Water Warriors had an impressive showing in the pool last week by defeating Bakersfield Christian 91-79 to clinch a perfect record in South Yosemite League duals.
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.
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…
Athlete of the Month recipients for the winter season of sport for boys and girls basketball, soccer, wrestling and cheer were recently announced by the Tehachapi High School Booster Club.
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.
Last week was a busy week for the JV Lady Warriors as they traveled to Bakersfield Christian High School to face the Eagles on March 21.
With perfect weather, the ballfields at West Park came to life Saturday morning as hundreds of youngsters, their families and volunteers turned out to celebrate Tehachapi Little League’s opening day.
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 Tennis opened up their league schedule this past week against Ridgeview and Independence, falling in both contests by 8-1 scores.
High School freshman standout tennis player Calvin Hibbard recently made an impressive showing this past month at the Frank Thiessen Memorial Tennis Tournament in Bakersfield, taking first place in the 4.5 division.
The Lady Warrior Cheer squad had a very impressive run at the USA Spirit Nationals, taking second place honors in a competition held this past weekend in Anaheim.
Mountain Soccer played their best match of the season last Tuesday at home, dominating No. 11 Riverdale 7-0 in CIF Central Section Division V playoff soccer action.
The Lady Warriors opened the basketball playoffs as the CIF Central Section Division II No. 8 seed and easily took care of No. 9 Shafter in a 55-40 opening round victory.
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.
After a slow start offensively to start the game, the Lady Warriors came out in the second half on fire, outscoring Golden Valley 37-19 en route to a 48-38 victory at home.
Mountain Soccer continued their South Yosemite League schedule this past week with a pair of home contests, a 1-0 victory over West and a 2-0 defeat to Ridgeview.
Mountain Wrestling had a strong showing in the Highland Tournament in Bakersfield this past weekend, with a trio of Warriors reaching their weight class finals against competition spanning throughout Central California.
At a recent Lady Warrior basketball home game, long-time score table official and TUSD employee Elizabeth Sheley was presented the game ball and flowers for a recent victory over the Garces Rams.
It was a rough start for the Warriors against perennial state power Garces Memorial last week in a non-league contest. Despite the loss, Mountain Soccer was able to secure a pair of goals in the second half in an eventual 10-2 defeat.
Lady Warrior basketball got back on the winning track in a big way this past week in the THS gym, breaking away in the fourth quarter to secure a 49-40 victory over Garces Memorial.
Hairo Rodriguez had a strong night at keeper with a season-high 20 saves, but Ridgeview struck early and often to hand the Warriors a 5-1 loss at home in the South Yosemite League opener for both teams.
It was a memorable season for the Warriors on the football gridiron this past season, successfully achieving the team goal of hitting the "reset" button to return the team back to prominence and pride.
Even though one may be in college and the other in high school, Tehachapi standouts Aly and Aubree Dees mirrored similar success on the volleyball court this past season.
Mountain Wrestling traveled to Bakersfield to take part in the Falcon Frenzy Tournament at Independence High School, coming away with impressive results.
Balanced scoring and stifling defense was on full display by the Lady Warriors in their recent pre-season contest, overwhelming Wasco in a 69-32 victory.
The Mountain Wrestling season has begun and so far the Lady Warriors have been logging in some impressive match wins in tournament play.