The Lady Warriors had a strong start to the South Yosemite League season last week with a pair of victories over Independence 3-1 and Ridgeview 3-0.
Earlier this month the Lady Warriors golf team traveled to Riverlakes for a match with five other schools from the South Yosemite League.
Homecoming festivities in a limited capacity will still occur this week at Tehachapi High School, but the finale that culminates with a crowning of a king and queen during the Friday night football game might not happen.
Tehachapi Tomahawks rallied Saturday to put on an incredible show for family and fans. Through the combination of mighty defense and talented offense, each Tehachapi team sent its opponent home scoreless.
Fueled with a strong running game, Mountain Football competed well against a very talented opponent, but in the end could not overcome the big play capability of Garces in a 48-21 defeat.
The Lady Warriors had an impressive showing at home last Thursday in a dominating three-set sweep over the Bakersfield Drillers, 25-11, 25-15, 25-17.
Sept. 11, 2001, a day so many remember, and a tragedy not forgotten. But for the athletes of Tehachapi Tomahawks, they are only old enough to be told the story, to learn of the events through history. Saturday, each team, every athlete stood together in silence to pay respects to those who l…
The Tehachapi High School Booster Club has announced through game programs and membership drives the theme for the athletic season, "We Are All Warriors – One Town, One Team."
Fresh off their first victory at the Buena Vista Golf Course against Taft, the Lady Warriors golf team traveled to North Kern for the first league tournament of season, scoring 306 overall for a first place team finish.
Mountain Football rallied for two touchdowns in the final period in a comeback attempt Friday night, but Highland’s lead proved to be too insurmountable in an eventual 28-18 loss for the Warriors.
Multiple members of the Tehachapi High School varsity swim team were recently awarded all-area honors by The Bakersfield Californian, including two historic firsts for the Warriors:
A stifling defense and opportunistic running spearheaded Mountain Football to an impressive 12-3 victory over Golden West – Visalia last Friday night at home.
Mountain Volleyball went the distance in an away match in Bakersfield but fell in a narrow defeat to Frontier, 25-17, 29-31, 25-20, 25-22.
There is some truth behind the old saying, “You don’t know what you have until it’s gone.” In what feels like a previous lifetime, we would take for granted the everyday normal or complain about the busyness of a full schedule. We would gripe when dinner was on the table at 9 p.m. after foot…
Local Team Liberty BMX Racers recently competed in the California Summer State Games held in San Diego July 24 at San Diego BMX. The Games are set up to celebrate the Olympic Spirit of competition among Californians. Before the race started, a symbolic State Games Torch was passed around the track.
Former Junior Miss Tehachapi Samantha Howard recently decided to join the rest of the BMX racing family and won in her first-ever attempt at a USA BMX National the weekend of July 16-18 at the South Point Hotel in Las Vegas.
Tehachapi Mountain Rodeo Association held its Junior Rodeo event this past weekend. Young cowboys and girls competed in several events that showed off their skills involving roping, horsemanship, and for steer wrestling, brute strength.
This week in Bear Valley Springs, young baseball players have the opportunity to drill and learn the finer points of playing baseball from nearly two dozen UCLA alumni baseball players. Many of these players went on to play on or coach professional or collegiate teams, and come this week as …
Tehachapi has recently been the home for as close to a literal definition of power couple. On June 26, race walkers Robyn Stevens and Nick Christie became our 2020 Olympic Trials gold medalists and will be representing TEAM USA at the upcoming Tokyo Olympics!
The Tehachapi Warriors Booster Club would like to thank the community for its support of the annual Ed Grimes Memorial Pancake Breakfast and the THS Soccer Team Hamburger and Hot Dog sale at the All-American 4th of July Festival at Central Park.
The Oak Tree Country Club Women’s Golf Club held its President’s Cup and Vice President’s Cup Tournament on June 17-18 in two blistering days of heat. From those who finished both days, Cathy Panek earned the 2021 President’s Cup, while Marie Scammon took home the Vice President’s Cup.
After a year-long fundraising campaign including efforts surrounding an online auction, the Tehachapi Area Association of Realtors presented the Tehachapi Warriors Booster Club with a $3,500 donation Friday at M&M Sports.
With so much uncertainty surrounding the girls’ tennis season, returning players and coaches were pleased to hear that the CIF would allow a shortened schedule this spring so competition with other schools around Kern County could take place.
The THS Girls Swim Team competed against 27 teams May 28-29 for the Division II Central Section Swimming Championships. The team swam at the new Kern High School District Aquatic Complex. With only six girls on the team, they brought home a 2nd Place trophy. The top individual girl swimmer f…
Having grown tired of the runner-up position, Tehachapi junior Alaina Riggs swam with noticeable purpose down the stretch in her final race in Saturday's Division II Girls Central Section Swimming Championships.
Just like any other sports team this year, when given the green light to play, Lady Warriors soccer jumped at the opportunity. We were told that we had to have a smaller team and a shortened season. No problem. As long as there was an opportunity, we would give it a try.
The Yosemite League Girls Golf Championships were held Monday, May 24, at North Kern Golf Course. Tehachapi High School's Kennadee Stilson made the cut and qualified to participate in the South Yosemite League golf championships. Fifty of the top female high school golfers from three leagues…
THS Warrior softball returned to the field last Wednesday after a week off due to canceled games. The squad hosted Paraclete, up from Lancaster, in what was scheduled as their final home match-up of the season.
Mountain Elite faced the High Desert Longhorns on Saturday, with the Longhorns opening up the game with a score on their first possession, putting Mountain Elite behind for the first time this season.
The Tehachapi Warrior softball team honored its graduating seniors in a pre-game ceremony Friday. The usual array of balloons, flowers and colorful banners were part of the day, as six senior players were highlighted in front of an appreciative crowd of parents, family and friends. Players w…
Mountain Elite ground its way to another win over the 702 Blessed out of Las Vegas. It was a very physical, tough game from opening kick off to the end of the fourth quarter.
The Tehachapi Warrior softball team was back in action last week, with a pair of road games on the docket. Wednesday, the squad headed to Bakersfield to take on their perennial rival, and No. 6 ranked team in the Central Section, Garces Memorial.
The Lady Warriors golf team traveled to Delano on Thursday, April 22, for a golf match with Kennedy and Wasco high schools. The three schools played nine holes of competitive golf. Wasco finished in third place with a total team score of 278.
A group of dedicated eastern Kern County parents whose children are varsity level football players have joined a competitive traveling football league.
After 15 months away, the mood was already at a peak when the Garces Memorial football team took the field on Friday night.
Having found a way to consistently stay on the court during a highly uncertain year, Cal State Bakersfield still felt the sting of an abrupt ending to its season.
If this were a typical offseason, it would feel safe declaring that the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team was heading into a rebuild.
You may have seen a duo parading around Tehachapi with their lively strut. Call them race walkers. Robyn Stevens and boyfriend Nick Christie decided to take advantage of the crisp mountain air at the onset of the COVID-19 quarantine.