The Tehachapi High Booster Club recently recognized athlete of the month recipients for February.
The Warriors are undefeated through three South Yosemite Mountain League games so far, registering a pair of victories and a tie.Tehachapi has defeated South 10-3 and North 9-2, while also finishing in a rare tie against East, 6-6, due to weather conditions and darkness.This past weekend aga…
The Water Warriors recently had impressive results at the Taft Invite, with the Lady Warriors taking first place and the Warriors taking second place overall in the multi-school competition.
Tehachapi (1-3; 1-0 SYML) recently battled against a pair of strong schools in their preseason schedule, falling to Bakersfield High 2-1 and Liberty 8-0.
Warrior tennis is off to a great start in their league schedule after a close 5-4 victory over South in the home opener.
The Junior Varsity Lady Warriors had a dominant season on the court and finished as undefeated South Yosemite Mountain League champions.
Mountain Basketball played under a standing-room-only crowd at the THS Gym in the CIF Division III state playoffs, ending their amazing season against Oak Park.
Student-athlete Michelle Orellana was recently honored in a special ceremony at Tehachapi High School, signing her official letter of intent to play basketball for UC Merced next season.
The Warriors have continued their strong plate performances at the early stages of the season, scoring 33 runs so far in three games at the Terrio Tournament.
Tehachapi won their CIF Central Section Division 2 semifinal game this past Tuesday, defeating No. 1 seed Orcutt Academy, 65-61.
Mountain Wrestling ended their season on a high note when three wrestlers qualified for the CIF Masters Tournament. Levi Hart, Mark Nicholson Jr. and Celia Esquivel all had strong finishes in the CIF Central Section Division V and Area 2 championships to reach the prestigious event.
The magical run for Mountain Basketball continues.
Two recent Tehachapi High School swimming alums recently competed in the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference.
After securing the South Yosemite Mountain League championship with an undefeated record, the Lady Warriors learned their fate for the CIF Central Section playoffs, earning the no. 4 seed in the Division II bracket, with their first game slated for this Tuesday.
The Lady Warriors closed out their regular season in a big way with a victory over West (4-0), and with it, secured a South Yosemite Mountain League championship.
The Warriors registered a pair of goals this past week in South Yosemite Mountain League action in losses to East (5-1) and North (4-1).
Mountain Basketball had a big match-up against East this past week with playoff implications on the line, falling in a narrow defeat to the Blades, 60-56.
The date for a planned local performance of Tehachapi High School’s competition cheer squads has been changed due to weather concerns.
Mountain Wrestling has continued to perform well in local tournaments this season, earning medals at tournaments across the state and most recently 15 medals earned at the South Yosemite Mountain League tournament in Bakersfield.
The Lady Warriors recently took a mini-break from their SYML schedule with a home contest against Arvin and rolled to a 64-22 victory.
The Warriors had a tough go in South Yosemite Mountain league play last week, succumbing to defeats against North (4-1) and West (4-0).
The Tehachapi High Booster Club recently recognized athlete of the month recipients for November and December.
The Warriors started the South Yosemite League with a pair of hard-fought games, narrowly losing to South 72-71 and recording a victory over East, 62-56.
Tehachapi High Lady Warrior soccer concluded an impressive pre-season with multiple wins and has continued that momentum into their South Yosemite Mountain League schedule with a recent 3-0 victory over East.
The Mountain Wrestling Team has been busy this past month with participation in a number of tournaments, with 18 THS wrestlers taking home a total of 13 medals.
The Lady Warriors' pre-season results these past couple of months have been nothing short of impressive, winning 13 of 14 games heading into their league schedule.
Every year the Kern Community Tennis Association recognizes outstanding senior girls for their sportsmanship, leadership and work ethic on the court, in the classroom and in the community. This award is named in honor of Tracy Macnair Burrell, a Bakersfield native who is a local tennis icon …
The Tehachapi High Booster Club recently recognized the fall season athlete of the month recipients for November.
Tehachapi High School’s varsity cheerleading team did well in its latest competition and is looking forward to California Interscholastic Federation competition after winter break.
Registration for Tehachapi Little League is officially open. Teams are being organized for boys baseball and girls softball, ages 6 to 15.
Tehachapi High School’s varsity cheerleading team will compete at the USA Nationals in Anaheim in February.
The basketball season recently got underway with non-league games and tournament action.
The end to the volleyball season this fall also marked the end to a historic career of a beloved educator and coach.
The Warriors had a season to remember and successfully carried the spirit of our hometown each week in victory.
The varsity soccer season got off to a rocky start last week in a 3-0 pre-season loss against Delano-Cesar Chavez at Coy Burnett Stadium. Despite the defeat, Hairo Rodirguez was able to record five saves at keeper. The JV boys also lost their contest to the Titans, 5-0.
Mountain Basketball has hit the ground running to open their year and early indications have shown that they may be one of the top teams in the Central Section.
Kern County Honor Flight is receiving a donation of $4,366.18 from the annual Bear Valley Springs Veterans Golf Tournament. This event was held Nov. 12 at the Oak Tree Country Club with a full field of 72 men and women playing a scramble format and making various types of donations to suppor…
The Warrior football season came to an abrupt halt last Thursday night in the CIF Central Section Division III quarterfinals in a 33-21 defeat to Fresno-Sunnyside.
Talented soccer midfielder Kailey Kolesar celebrated with family, teammates, coaches and fans in a special ceremony at Tehachapi High where she signed her letter of intent to accept a scholarship to play soccer for Biola University, a NCAA Division II affiliate.
Tehachapi resident Corey Costelloe was among more than 50,000 runners to complete the New York City Marathon on Sunday, Nov. 6.
Prior to the start of their first-round playoff game against Visalia-Mt. Whitney, the Warriors got a surprise from a town legend.
Mountain Golf closed out a stellar year in courses throughout Kern County by winning the South Yosemite Mountain League championship and achieving a perfect 7-0 mark in tournament play.
It was a beautiful fall day on Oct. 15 in Bear Valley Springs for our annual Play for PINK golf tournament. With a field of 64 players, it was a great day to raise money for breast cancer research. With donations from local businesses, residents, volunteers and the players, a total of $10,56…
The Gryphons 2004 Girls team had two travel games last weekend that sent them to Santa Clarita and Santa Maria. The weekend of Oct. 29 and 30 had the Gryphons 2004 Girls team traveling to Lancaster to face an undefeated Outkast team from Santa Maria and then to traveling to Moorpark to play …
As a coach and participant in the game of football for more than 30 years, I cannot begin to explain how many great people I have had the privilege to meet and work with.
Even though they finished the regular season as a league champion in the SYML, Tehachapi (17-7) did not get a favorable seeding in the CIF Division V playoffs as a No.10 seed.
When the CIF Central Section Division IV playoff bracket came out, the Lady Warriors knew they had a tough test ahead of them as the No. 15 seed.
The junior varsity Lady Warriors volleyball team closed out their season last week with a pair of victories and finished as undefeated South Yosemite Mountain League champions.
As it was so eloquently put on the THS Boosters Facebook page this past weekend, if they are going to name a league after you, you might as well win it.
Coming off a big win and shutout in the previous week, varsity Tomahawks marched forward with momentum into week No. 6 against the Commanders of Shafter.
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