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  1. Week 9 Kern County Scoreboard
  2. Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball
  3. Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball
  4. Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball
  5. Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball
  6. Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball
  7. Oct. 30 high school roundup
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  11. Oct. 30 high school roundup
  12. Mustangs alone in first
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    Clippers treat new owner to win in his first game

    LOS ANGELES -- Blake Griffin scored 23 points, making two free throws with five seconds left, Chris Paul added 22 and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 93-90 in their season opener on Thursday night to usher in a new era under owner Steve Ballmer. Los Angeles hardly resembled its new ad campaign...

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    Mustangs alone in first

    The Stockdale gym had a loud and festive atmosphere, but the loudest cheers might have come from the Mustangs' locker room after the volleyball match. Stockdale defeated Frontier 25-19, 25-18, 22-25, 25-19 to move to 7-1 in Southwest Yosemite League play with two matches remaining in the regular season. Through...

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    Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball

    Even though the Centennial High volleyball team lost the first game of its Southwest Yosemite League match against first-place Bakersfield High, the Golden Hawks delivered the message that they were going to give the Drillers all they could handle. As it turned out, Centennial was more than BHS could handle. Playing...

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    PHOTO GALLERY: Halloween collides with baseball in scrimmage

    Who says you can't play baseball while wearing a Halloween costume? Running "faster than a speeding bullet," Braxton "Superman" Argyle flew to second on a hit in the Taft College intrasquad scrimmage Thursday afternoon. Alfred" Hula Girl" Souza waited for a pitch. And Kendal "Woody" Daniels took a ball on a low and...

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    STEVE MERLO: Kern Refuge delays opening

    The historic drought continuing into fall and possibly beyond remains a difficult snag for most hunters whether they chase birds, fish or fowl. Severe water allocation cuts at the Kern National Wildlife Refuge have severely impacted the popular hunting Mecca, not to mention the deprivation migrating waterfowl rely...

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    Oct. 31 fish report

    Kern County, southern San Joaquin Valley LAKE ISABELLA: Catfish bite fair to good. The fish remain in 15-feet of water or more and the bite is best on garlic shrimp, chicken liver, shad, nightcrawlers, and some of the prepared baits. Top spots have been Red's Marina, Paradise Cove, or French Gulch. Most of the fish...

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    Stockdale KOs Clovis East to advance to semifinals

    Stockdale girls tennis coach David Hillestad sat at a metal picnic table and nervously watched his three doubles teams play, occasionally yelling encouragement, hoping at least one of the duos would get a win. One doubles victory is all the Mustangs needed on their home courts to clinch a Central Section Division I...

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    Battle-tested Bakersfield overpowers Ridgeview

    One thing is for sure: Playing in the Southwest Yosemite League can do wonders for playoff preparation. Bakersfield, which went 3-7 in league girls tennis matches, opened up fast against Ridgeview and beat the Wolf Pack 7-2 in the quarterfinals of the Division II Central Section girls tennis playoffs at BHS on...

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    Oct. 29 high school roundup

    Girls tennis Division I quarterfinals No. 4 Stockdale 7,No. 5 Clovis East 2 At SHS SINGLES : Tilbury, S, d. Ryland 3-6, 6-3 (10-5); Horrigan, S, d. Barbery 6-0, 6-1; Paradise, S, d. Castillo 6-1, 6-2; Broughton, CE, d. Tun 6-0, 6-0; Vang, CE, d. Poston 6-1, 6-1; Ashford, S, d. Sill 6-0, 6-1. DOUBLES :...

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    High school notebook: SWYL volleyball race still up in the air

    The race for first place in Southwest Yosemite League volleyball is coming into the final stretch without a clear-cut favorite. Bakersfield and Stockdale are both 6-1 in league matches heading into tonight's action, and Frontier, which plays at Stockdale tonight, is right behind at 5-2. Stockdale beat Frontier 3-1...

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    Week 9 Kern County Scoreboard

    Once again, we have three games tonight broadcasted live at Bakersfield.com Bakersfield at Stockdale - Adam Resendez Centennial at Liberty - Louis Amestoy and Trevor Horn Tehachapi at Ridgeview - Zach Ewing and Justin Roberts You can also tune into the BVarsity Game Night, where Vance Palm will take you around all...

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    Centennial tops Drillers in volleyball

    Even though the Centennial High volleyball team lost the first game of its Southwest Yosemite League match against first-place Bakersfield High, the Golden Hawks delivered the message that they were going to give the Drillers all they could handle. As it turned out, Centennial was more than BHS could handle. Playing...

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    Oct. 31 fish report

    Kern County, southern San Joaquin Valley LAKE ISABELLA: Catfish bite fair to good. The fish remain in 15-feet of water or more and the bite is best on garlic shrimp, chicken liver, shad, nightcrawlers, and some of the prepared baits. Top spots have been Red's Marina, Paradise Cove, or French Gulch. Most of the fish...

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    Taft College baseball sets Halloween game Thursday afternoon

    Taft College baseball will celebrate Halloween a day early on Thursday with its second Halloween game, starting at 3 p.m. It's an intrasquad game with the Cougar players dressed in costumes. Coach Vince Maiocco said he hopes this becomes an annual event. The first one was held last year. "It was a hoot," Maiocco...

  3. Basketball: Bakersfield NJB Registration

    Registration for the winter 2015 season of Bakersfield NJB is open. Register online at http://bakersfield-njb.rsportz.com/ Skills evaluations to be held at Riverlakes Community Center on November 9th. Season starts December 14th. For more information, contact Amber at 559-920-1403 Coaches needed for all levels. Grades...

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    Oct. 28 community sports announcements, results, accomplishments

    Announcements Kern County Officials Association has begun basketball officiating instruction for the 2014-15 high school basketball season on Mondays at 6 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran Church, 4500 Buena Vista Rd., Bakersfield. Contact Ricky Serrano (661)-747-5953 or email Ricky Serrano at raskmr78@yahoo.com Results...

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    BMX: J. Bliss Turns Intermediate in BMX

    Jaiden Bliss, 4, received his 10 novice win during the Gold Cup Pre-Race on Saturday, 10/18/2014. During this race Bliss raced against kids 5 and Under in the western region. With this win, Bliss moved to Intermediate. Congratulations Jaiden Bliss on moving to Intermediate. Contact info Karey Cones kcones5@gmail.com...

  3. BMX: Metro BMX Results 10/24/2014

    Moto 1 (5U Novice): 1. Adam Cooper Jr.; 2. True Johnson; 3. Zack Walker; Moto 2 (8 Novice): 1. Andrew Tabatt; 2. Joe Ridenhour; 3. Levi Grammer; Moto 3 (9 Novice): 1. William Schwartz; 2. Ellis Corbell; 3. Trenton Hedge; Moto 4 (5U Intermediate): 1. Logan France; 2. Jaiden Bliss; 3. Jonathan McKinley; Moto 5 (6...

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    Condors score three times on power play to beat Reign

    The ECHL hockey season is but an infant, but if the first weeks of the season told us anything it was that power-play goals were not the way to beat the Ontario Reign. The Bakersfield Condors didn't get that memo, and they reversed the script in beating Ontario 3-2 -- with all three goals on the man advantage -- on...

  2. Local report: Condors shut out Reign, 3-0

    ONTARIO -- Josh Winquist scored two goals and Aaron Crandall made 23 saves to record his first professional shutout as the Bakersfield Condors posted a 3-0 victory Sunday afternoon over the Ontario Reign at Citizens Business Bank Arena. Winquist opened the scoring 3:47 into the game, jamming in a loose puck off an...

  3. Condors fade in 3rd period

    The Condors played pretty good hockey for 50 minutes on Friday night at Rabobank Arena, but the final 10 proved costly. Idaho's Alex Belzile tied the game on a power-play goal with 7½ minutes left then Brett Robinson scored short- handed with 3 minutes remaining as the Steelheads came from behind for a 3-2 win before...

  1. Strong finish helps Condors bury Aces

    The start wasn't all that impressive, but the finish was what the Condors were looking for Thursday night at Rabobank Arena. The Condors gave up the first goal for the first time this season and were out shot 15-5 in the first 20 minutes, but shrug that off and came back to take advantage of porous Alaska goaltending...

  2. Thunder rallies past Condors again, 4-2

    STOCKTON -- The Bakersfield Condors failed to a hold a two-goal lead for the second straight day, and the Stockton Thunder rallied for a 4-2 victory Sunday at Stockton Arena. Condors defenseman Graeme Craig opened the scoring with his first professional goal, on a deflection from the left point 3:39 into the game....

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    2014-15 Condors player capsules

    Graeme Craig No. 2 Pos: Defense Age: 21 Ht: 6-5 Wt: 205 Shoots: Left Hometown: Red Deer, Alberta Background: Stay-at-home defenseman assigned to the team by Oklahoma City. Played one game in OKC last season after 303 games over five season in juniors. Does use his size to his advantage. Head coach J.F. Houle...

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  1. CSUB roundup: Missouri-KC tops 'Runners in volleyball

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Missouri-Kansas City maintained its perfect Western Athletic Conference volleyball record Thursday with a 21-25, 25-16, 25-21, 25-21 win over Cal State Bakersfield. Molly O'Hagan (17 kills) and Danika Youngblood (15 kills) led the way for CSUB (10-13, 6-4 WAC). UMKC is 21-3 overall and 9-0 in the...

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    CSUB SHOW RECAP: Women's hoops ready for new season

    Cal State Bakersfield won't sneak up on any of its Western Athletic Conference women's basketball opponents this season. That's because the Roadrunners are the overwhelming pick to win the WAC title this season. And senior guard Tyonna Outland was the preseason WAC Player of the Year. "Now we're the target," Outland...

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    CSUB baseball: Season opens Feb. 13 at home vs. Creighton

    Cal State Bakersfield announced its 2015 baseball schedule on Tuesday and will open its season with seven straight home games beginning Feb. 13-15 when Creighton comes to Hardt Field. Northern Kentucky plays a four-game series at Hardt Fleld, with a doubleheader Feb. 20, from Feb. 20-22. After CSUB plays Purdue,...

  1. Local report: Condors shut out Reign, 3-0

    ONTARIO -- Josh Winquist scored two goals and Aaron Crandall made 23 saves to record his first professional shutout as the Bakersfield Condors posted a 3-0 victory Sunday afternoon over the Ontario Reign at Citizens Business Bank Arena. Winquist opened the scoring 3:47 into the game, jamming in a loose puck off an...

  2. CSUB sweeps Pan Am in volleyball

    Danika Youngblood had 15 kills, four blocks and 10 digs to lead Cal State Bakersfield to a 25-16, 25-20, 25-21 victory over Texas-Pan American in Western Athletic Conference volleyball on Saturday afternoon at the Icardo Center. Megan Johnson posted a season-best five blocks. Setter Luiza Martins recorded 32 assists,...

  3. NM St. powers past CSUB in volleyball

    In a battle of teams tied for second in the Western Athletic Conference volleyball race, New Mexico State defeated Cal State Bakersfield 25-21, 25-19, 19-25, 28-26 Thursday night in the Icardo Center. Danika Youngblood and Sydney Haynes combined for eight of the 16 Roadrunner kills in the third set, which allowed CSUB...

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  1. BC women's basketball team features two new point guards

    Bakersfield College women's basketball has two new point guards this season, and that has coach Paula Dahl optimistic entering her 20th season as the team's coach. Dahl ran down her squad during Thursday's Renegade Report webcast. Men's basketball coach Rich Hughes also talked about his team. Dahl's team is only a day...

  2. Santa Monica tops BC in 4

    SANTA MONICA -- Tyler Grantz had a team-best 18 kills, but Bakersfield College was beaten by host Santa Monica College, 25-17, 25-17, 15-25, 25-13, Wednesday in a Western State Conference North Division. Lorena Ramirez had 17 kills and Kourtney Grantz added 14 kills for BC. Jade Delgadillo led the Renegades with 39...

  3. Pyle scores twice as BC wins in soccer

    Victoria Pyle scored two goals Tuesday as the Bakersfield College women's soccer team defeated West L.A. 5-1 in a Western State Conference South Division match at BC. Savannah Melendez added a goal and an assist for the Renegades (7-5-3). BC will travel to Antelope Valley on Friday.

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    BC football: A rash of 3-point games

    If you're a Bakersfield College football fan and like close games, this recent stretch of Renegade games is for you. Last Saturday's 34-31 win over Cerritos was the fifth straight BC game decided by three points. The first two were losses; the last three were wins. The scores: BC lost at Hancock, 20-17 on Sept. 27;...

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    BC football moves back into CCCAA top 25 after win

    Coming off a 34-31 win over Cerritos on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, the Renegades back in the California Community College Athletic Association state top 25 at No. 22. Cerrios (5-3) was previously ranked No. 11 before the loss and dropped five spots to No. 16. This marks the first time BC (4-4) has been ranked in...

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    BC back in state top 25

    Coming off a 34-31 win over Cerritos on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, the Renegades back in the California Community College Athletic Association state top-25 at No. 22. Cerrios (5-3) was previously ranked No. 11 before the loss and dropped five spots to No. 16. This marks the first time BC (4-4) has been ranked in...

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    Elmore: Salinas 'positive' about wanting Blaze

    Bakersfield Blaze owner D.G. Elmore said his meeting Tuesday with the Salinas city council provided no roadblocks to his plans to move the Blaze to that city. Then again, he said Salinas hasn't had to answer any difficult questions yet. "We weren't asking them to vote on anything, so who's going to say no to...

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    Blaze owner makes first pitch for Salinas stadium

    SALINAS -- Bakersfield Blaze owner D.G. Elmore, along with other supporters, made his first presentation to the Salinas City Council for a stadium development he proposes as a new home for the Blaze in 2016. The Blaze will remain at Sam Lynn Ballpark for at least the 2015 season. The Salinas stadium, which Elmore...

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    Blaze sign 2-year deal with Mariners

    The affiliation shuffle ended quickly for the Bakersfield Blaze, which announced Friday that it has reached a two-year affiliation agreement with the Seattle Mariners. The agreement came just two days after the Cincinnati Reds moved their affiliation from Bakersfield to Daytona, Fla. "We are beyond thrilled to...

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    Blaze announces affiliation with Seattle Mariners

    The Bakersfield Blaze announced Friday via Twitter that its new major-league parent club is the Seattle Mariners. The Blaze, of the California League, were previously affiliated with the Cincinnati Reds, who didn't renew their contract with Bakersfield and instead moved their High Class A affiliate to Daytona, Fla....

  2. Blaze future in question

    The winds of change are coming, and again they're threatening to blow the Bakersfield Blaze right out of town. Blaze owner D.G. Elmore said Thursday he will present a plan next week to relocate the California League team to Salinas in time for the 2016 season. A team affiliated with one of three MLB teams -- the Texas...

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    Salinas has eyes on Bakersfield's Blaze; Reds leave as affiliate

    The city of Salinas has announced that Blaze owner D.G. Elmore, who lives in Bloomington, Ind., will present a plan to relocate the team to a new stadium in Salinas in time for the 2016 season. Elmore is studying preliminary plans to build a privately financed stadium in Salinas. "We are excited by the potential of...

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School House Zach Condors Talk

  1. BVarsity-TonightSlide8.jpg Week 9 Kern County Scoreboard

    Once again, we have three games tonight broadcasted live at Bakersfield.com Bakersfield at Stockdale - Adam Resendez Centennial at Liberty - Louis Amestoy and...

  2. predictions.jpg Zach Ewing's Week 9 previews and predictions

    It's one of those lovely weeks of the year when sports intersect. Baseball is ending (probably has ended by the time I'm done writing this), hockey season is...

  3. StockdaleAtFrontier35.JPG Statiscally speaking: local volleyballers part of block party

    According to stats compiled by MaxPreps, local volleyball players are racking up blocks at a state-high level. Stockdale senior Lauren Cline, a verbal commit...

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  1. Condors puffy shirt Nobody beats the Wiz on Condors Puffy Shirt night

    The Puffy Shirt nameplate lottery took place Thursday morning in Rababank Arena where Condors players picked the Seinfield character name they wanted to be for...

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    Former Condors coach Troy Mann is now a U.S. citizen. The Campbellton, New Brunswick native has worked in the U.S under a green card since 2005 and passed his...

  3. Busy start has youthful Condors learning on the fly

    Some thoughts and stats as the Condors have already played nearly one-tenth of their season in just 12 days. It's been a busy stretch for sure and the...

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