• Contributed by THS girls soccer

Last week, the Lady Warriors finished off their season with a CIF playoff game played away against East High School. This was their third time meeting each other this season, and they knew it was going to be tough.

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It was senior night for Tehachapi in the last contest of the season, and the seniors fight and grit nearly pulled off the upset over visiting West-Bakersfield in a narrow 67-62 loss at home.

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The Lady Warriors have entered the Central Section Division II playoffs and will travel to Yosemite-Oakhurst this Friday, Feb. 23. Tip-off will be at 7 p.m.

  • By EMILY BEISWENGER Contributing writer

The Tehachapi Warrior boys’ soccer team has played hard the whole season. In their final league game against Golden Valley on Feb. 6, they kept it a close game.

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Led by nine points from Teagan Thurman in overtime, the Lady Warriors recorded their second South Yosemite League win of the season in a thrilling 68-60 victory over Ridgeview.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

In my previous life I had the pleasure of meeting some great and talented people, professionals who were on the same grind that I was, traveling the nation, covering games and making the most of their adventure. There were some unique individuals and none more so than "Voice of the Fresno St…

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It was a tough week for Warrior hoops in a pair of one-sided losses, falling 76-59 to Ridgeview at home and closing the week with a 89-56 road loss to West.

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After a defense battle most of the game, the Indians offense came alive in the fourth quarter to notch a 30-24 victory over West last Thursday afternoon.

  • By CURTIS NESLON Contributing writer

The Bakersfield Jr. Drillers hosted the Jr. Battle for the Rig wrestling tournament Jan. 21. Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club brought 25 wrestlers from kindergartners weighing 44 pounds to eighth graders weighing 135 pounds.

  • BY CARA JACKSON cjackson@tehachapinews.com

Lion Heart MMA, a local martial arts school that opened more than four months ago in Tehachapi, is celebrating victories obtained from the North American Brazilian Federation All Americans Jiu Jitsu 2018 competition in Norwalk.

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The Braves continued their unblemished record in league with a pair of victories this past week, taking out East 47-37 and Golden Valley 51-38.

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After starting the regular season with a pair of league losses, the Indians recorded their first South Yosemite League victory of the season last Thursday with a 35-21 win over Golden Valley.

  • By EMILY BEISWENGER Contributing writer

The Tehachapi Warriors boys’ soccer team, sporting their new jerseys, started off the season on the right foot. Their record is 2-1.

  • By CURTIS NELSON Contributing writer

Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club had a busy start of 2018 with two tournaments. Three wrestlers traveled to Corcoran on Jan. 6 for the John Muir Invitational. Jairdan Medina placed 2nd at 83 pounds in the Middle School Division. Medina lost a close 6-5 finals match. Michael Murillo went 1-2 a…

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The Warriors won the scoring battle in the second, third and fourth quarter, but an early seven-point first quarter deficit proved to be the difference in a 46-45 defeat to Garces last Thursday evening.

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

You may notice when driving on Red Apple way near the edge of Golden Hills a few antique-inspired race cars sitting on trailers at the back of a property. These cars, although appearing to be out of an early deep-South era NASCAR documentary about the roots of racing and moonshining, are act…

  • By COREY COSTELLOE Contributing columnist

Not speaking for the group, but instead of individually mandating some sort of New Year’s resolution for 2018, I’m thinking it proper to throw one out that puts us all in a better place when it comes to our local sports. I’m calling it "resolution involvement."