The basketball season recently got underway with non-league games and tournament action.
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.
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.
For the Gryphons Club Soccer teams, the fall weather season has definitely started. The lower temperatures are a welcome break from this summer's heat, but the high winds during a soccer game can surely play tricks on the most experienced players.
As each Gryphons team travels to different cities around Southern California, they see new fields and new styles of soccer play. Some fields are turf, some are full of grass and some are mostly dirt and weeds. But Tehachapi’s only soccer club teams keep playing on.
The Lady Warriors secured the league championship last week with a pair of wins over East and North, winning their first league title since the 2017 season.
It’s the halfway point for all the Gryphons Club Soccer teams and that means Gryphons teams start facing the same opponents for the second time. Each coach looks to improve on their results from the last time playing a team to really get a sense of whether their teams have been improving.
The Lady Warriors moved one step closer to their goal of a South Yosemite Mountain League championship with a pair of 8-1 victories this past week over East and North.
A bit of mirth and plenty of good horsemanship were seen at Saturday's Buckaroo Play Day. Many riders were costumed and their horses were decked out for Halloween.
Traveling off the mountain Saturday, Oct. 1, all six Tomahawk teams took to field and endured undesired lingering summer temperatures at Liberty High in Bakersfield.
The Tehachapi Gryphons 2004 Girls team traveled to Lancaster on Saturday to face Lancaster Lightning club team on their home turf. The Gryphons girls came out firing.
Mountain Football opened up their league schedule on a strong note, earning a hard-fought 26-20 homecoming victory over South last Friday night at Coy Burnett Stadium.
Lady Warrior Volleyball is off to a blistering start in the South Yosemite Mountain League with four consecutive victories, putting them alone in first place in the standings at the halfway mark of the league schedule.
The Gryphons 2004 Girls team was scheduled to travel to Santa Maria to face an undefeated team only to have the game get rescheduled due to field closures in Santa Maria. The Gryphons 2004 Girls team will play next weekend in Lancaster on Saturday and Sunday.
Mountain Football had a setback last Friday night with their first loss of the season in a 34-13 defeat to Visalia-Golden West at Coy Burnett Stadium.
The year 2022 has been anything but ordinary for the Tehachapi Tomahawks. With its affiliated organization Golden Empire Youth Football facing an equipment crisis in the pre-season, regular season was set back three weeks. In a season with registrations exceeding years past, the Tomahawks ex…
The Fall Coastal Soccer League opened on Saturday, Sept. 10, with three Tehachapi Gryphons Soccer Club teams traveling south for their first games of the season. The Girls 2004 team coached by Joshua Tyree traveled to Santa Barbara to face La Esperanza SB Chaos. The Girls 2010 team coached b…
The Lady Warriors volleyball team made the trek to Bakersfield last weekend to participate in the Highland Tourney, playing in a handful of competitive games.
The Warriors remain undefeated in the young season after a dominant performance in a battle of undefeated teams, taking down visiting Taft, 30-20, last Thursday evening at Coy Burnett Stadium.
The Lady Warriors tennis team notched their first victory of the season this past week, sweeping singles for a 6-3 win over Bakersfield-Highland.
Mountain Volleyball produced an impressive result last week on the road in Bakersfield, registering a 25-17, 25-22, 25-18 sweep over the Drillers.
Mountain Football overwhelmed Burroughs in their season opener last week in Ridgecrest, flexing their might throughout the game in a 52-0 shutout victory.
Tehachapi High Tennis had a great opportunity to learn and grow last weekend with their participation in the Kern County Tennis Association clinic, aimed at bringing tennis youth together for instruction and fun.