Sponsored by BHE Renewables and hosted by the Tehachapi Valley Recreation & Park District, this year's Run and Ride with the Wind was held at the Tehachapi Glider Port. Both a 5K run and duathlon were available Sunday morning.
When May rolls around, college baseball teams like to start counting dog piles, and not wins. That’s the case for the University of Antelope Valley Pioneers, who are one dog pile away from the NAIA National Championship.
With a combination of timely hits, solid defense, and a gutsy pitching performance, Warriors softball added another chapter to their remarkable season with a home playoff win against fifth-seed Reedley on Friday.
The Jacobsen Middle School track and field team competed this season at the Northern Area Junior Olympics, Northern Section Meet, Kern County Championships and the Central Valley Championships.
The Warrior golf team went into their final league match tied for first place. The final league match at Stockdale Country Club was a qualifying match for CIF playoffs.
The CIF Central Section playoffs were announced over the weekend for the Division III girls softball games. Once again, Tehachapi receives the short stick in playoff seedings. Despite being co-league champions with Ridgeview and Independence with identical 11-4 records, the Lady Warriors rec…
In high school sports — be it softball, baseball, boys or girls teams — it matters not, as all the players will become seniors and graduate, leaving their teammates with new upcoming seniors.
It’s beginning to look a lot like rodeo season. I’ve mentioned before about my utmost respect and casual fanhood when it comes to professional rodeo. Whether it’s a PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association) event here in Tehachapi, something out of the area or the National Finals on tele…
Tehachapi High varsity track and field concluded their South Yosemite League action on Wednesday, May 2, as they gathered at Liberty High School in Bakersfield. The Lady Warriors and Warriors competed on the day in all events and came away with both team and individual medals for their efforts.
The boys golf team held a home match April 25 at Oak Tree Golf Course in bear Valley Springs. The league match included all six teams from the southern Yosemite league.
Jake Leiva spent his Tehachapi childhood like many boys, playing baseball and football while taking advantage of the sports offerings around him. However, there was one offering that ended up replacing all the others and is taking him to new national and international heights — BMX.
While the frosh/soph teams competed in the SYL Championships on April 24, the varsity boys and girls teams were setting up for their SYL finals to be held Wednesday, May 2, at Liberty High School.
Tehachapi High boys and girls frosh/soph teams competed in the SYL Championships held at Independence High School on Tuesday, April 24. Both teams represented Tehachapi well.
The Tehachapi High School junior varsity softball team defeated Stockdale High School 6-3 to win the 20th Annual Centennial JV Softball Tournament at Centennial High School on April 17.
I’m still patiently waiting for the day someone I personally know to crack the big leagues. I’ve known a few former players and swapped baseball stories. Nothing beats a good story from “the show,” as baseball players put it. But, I don’t have any active major leaguers in my contacts lists.
The Tehachapi Warriors mountain bike team competed in their fourth race of the season at Vail Lake in Southern California on April 14 and 15. After many left their snow-covered yards, they were greeted by 80-plus-degree sunshine.
The 2018 So Cal Level 5-10 Division 1 and JD State Gymnastics Championship was held March 16-18 at Soka University in Aliso Viejo. In attendance were five of Perfect 10’s Competitive Boys Team members. At this competition, all five gymnasts had the opportunity to qualify to the 2018 Men’s Re…
Eight of Perfect 10 Gymnastics’ Competitive Girls Team members traveled to Las Vegas to compete in the 2018 Las Vegas MEGA Meet. The meet was held March 2-4 at the Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino.
The Tehachapi Gryphons Soccer Club will hold free tryouts for its 2018 fall soccer program at Warrior Park (East Orchard Parkway and Clasico Street) in May.
Tehachapi High's Cross Country competed in two of the more prestigious events in Kern County. On Thursday, April 19, and Friday, April 20, the Warriors track and field team competed at the Frontier Titan Frosh/Soph Top 16 and Friday saw the varsity compete in the highly regarded Patriot Games.
Described as one of the most difficult courses of the year, the Keyesville mountains “gave it” but the Tehachapi mountain bike team gave it back and returned home with six medals, 10 top-10 finishers and dozens of front-of-the-pack leaders.
There are certain things that make technology great. As a sports fan, I can watch my beloved Oakland Athletics on my smart phone from hundreds or thousands of miles away.
Friday the 13th didn't phase the THS track and field team as they traveled to Taft to compete in the third annual Leon Patterson Invite with 14 other schools. Tehachapi held their own and then some as the varsity girls were 5th and the Frosh/Soph boys and varsity boys were both 4th overall.
The THS Warriors softball team had a busy week, playing three games in a five-day span against league rival and reigning D3 Central Section champs Independence.
The Water Warriors owned the Dye Natatorium pool this past week over East Bakersfield, with the varsity boys (113-47), varsity girls (132-38), junior varsity boys (89-42) and junior varsity girls (139-16) all recording runaway victories.
When we finally shake the rain for good and can enjoy a proper baseball season locally, there will be a new twist this summer in the Tehachapi Mountains: professional baseball.
It’s April, which means it must be too early to start talking about Warrior Football right? Nonsense, I’d say April is the exact start of the ‘talking about football season,’ especially since the 2018 schedule was released last week. We’re less than five months away from kickoff, time to get…