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  1. Kern County native shows his talent for Mater Dei basketball
  2. Kern County native shows his talent for Mater Dei basketball
  3. CSUB splits with UMKC to begin WAC softball season
  4. CSUB splits with UMKC to begin WAC softball season
  5. CSUB splits with UMKC to begin WAC softball season
  6. CSUB splits with UMKC to begin WAC softball season
  7. March 26 high school roundup
  8. March 26 high school roundup
  9. March 26 high school roundup
  10. March 27 fish report
  11. Olson, Keeter provide punch as Titans top Golden Hawks
  12. Olson, Keeter provide punch as Titans top Golden Hawks
  13. Olson, Keeter provide punch as Titans top Golden Hawks
  14. Olson, Keeter provide punch as Titans top Golden Hawks
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  1. Barragan throws gem for 'Runners

    Cal State Bakersfield is still struggling to string hits together, but James Barragan more than made up for that Saturday night. Barragan tossed a 152-pitch complete game and the Roadrunners beat Utah Valley 5-2 to even their Western Athletic Conference series at one win apiece. The rubber match is today at noon at...

  2. Condors lose 8th straight

    The Orlando Reign took control of Saturday night's ECHL hockey game in the second period, scoring four goals en route to a 6-3 victory over the Bakersfield Condors at Rabobank Arena. It was Bakersfield's eighth straight loss. Zach Bell and Matt White each had two goals and an assist for Ontario. Nick MacNeil, Connor...

  3. Jam falls at Santa Cruz

    SANTA CRUZ -- The Santa Cruz Warriors pulled to with a half game of the first-place Bakersfield Jam with a 120-101 victory Saturday night at Kaiser Permanente Arena. Ognjen Kuzmic had 20 points and 17 rebounds to lead a balanced scoring attack for Santa Cruz, which had eight players score in double figures. Jerel...

  1. CSUB's Grimes wins javelin

    SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Cal State Bakersfield senior Karnell Grimes earned his second javelin win of the season Saturday at the Cal Poly Invitational. Grimes' mark of 193 feet, 7 inches was a personal best and moved him from 10th to eighth on CSUB's all-time list. Freshman Joselito Flores won the high jump (6-7) and was...

  2. Fresno CC rolls past Taft

    TAFT -- Fresno City College broke open a close game with two runs in the fourth and three more in the fifth en route to a 10-2 Central Valley Conference baseball win over Taft College Saturday afternoon. Fresno starter Jorge Alvarado (7-1) took a no-hitter into the bottom of the seventh. Jeff Gilstrap ended the no-hit...

  3. CSUB third in sand VB tourney

    SANTA CRUZ -- Cal State Bakersfield went 2-1 at Saturday's SCU-USF Collegiate Sand Volleyball Challenge. The Roadrunners lost 5-0 to No. 2-ranked Hawaii, then beat San Francisco 4-1 to conclude pool play and advance to the third-place match against the University of California. CSUB (9-4) downed the Bears 5-0. The...

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    Bell clutch as BHS tops Stockdale in 9th

    Bakersfield High junior John Bell made sure he wouldn't get saddled with a tough-luck loss Wednesday at Stockdale. Then he made sure his team wouldn't, either. Bell, the starting pitcher, had the game-tying single in the top of the seventh inning and the go-ahead double in the ninth in Bakersfield's 7-3 victory in...

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    March 25 high school roundup

    Baseball Independence 6, Ridgeview 1 At Independence W: Schooler (4-1); L: Willman; 2B: RHS (Stebbins). Notes: IHS (Conner Schooler 7IP, 4H, 5K and also 2-3 at plate). SYL W-L: IHS 3-2 (9-3), RHS 3-2. JV: RHS 11, IHS 5; Fr. IHS 8, RHS 6. Tehachapi 13, West 3 At Tehachapi W: Temple (3-1). L: Estrada. 2B: THS...

  3. Liberty's Mauro wins rodeo title

    Liberty sophomore Drew Mauro came away a champion in bareback horse racing at the Challenge of the Champions in Plymouth last weekend. Mauro, 15, was a top-three qualifier to the California High School Rodeo Association District 6 in Salinas this weekend after taking first in bareback bull riding and winning the rookie...

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    Kern County native shows his talent for Mater Dei basketball

    A Bakersfield team hasn't been to a CIF State Basketball Championship since 1993, but that doesn't mean Kern County won't have a presence at the Open Division boys title game tonight in Berkeley. Bailey Stout, who grew up in Delano and Bakersfield and was once slated to play at Liberty, will start at point guard...

  2. March 27 high school roundup

    Baseball Highland 1, Arvin 0 (8 inn.) at Wasco W: Hansen. L: Seablom. 2B: (H: Aauk), (A, Flores) 3B: (H, Cooper). Notes: AHS: Jose Salinas 6 1/3 inn 4Ks. HHS: Hansen 8 innings 0 runs. Arvin 6, Foothill 3 at Wasco W: Flores. L: Rivera. 2B: (FHS, Davidson) (AHS, Flores). Notes: AHS: Nick Flores, 7 inn, 10Ks. Softball...

  3. HS notebook: Garces runner Vander Poel commits to NAIA school Mount Mercy

    Garces senior Kathryn Vander Poel committed to Mount Mercy University in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on a cross country and track scholarship. Vander Poel will sign her letter of intent on April 15, the first day of the spring signing period. Vander Poel intends to run cross country and track and field for the Mustangs in the...

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  1. BCHS basketball camp set for Easter break

    Bakersfield Christian High School is hosting a boys basketball camp for boys in grades 2-8 during Easter break. The camp, conducted by BCHS boys coach Brian Dignan, runs from 9 a.m.-noon Monday-Thursday. Email bdignan@bakersfieldchristian.com for more information, or call (661) 319-9120. Early registration deadline is...

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    BETTE ADDINGTON: Schierlitz tourney set for Saturday

    Bowlers, friends and family are invited to come bowl this Saturday at AMF Southwest Lanes for the annual Annie Schierlitz Memorial Adult-Jr. event. Because this is the 10th annual, the event's tournament committee (Sheilah Bomar, Bette Addington, Don Snow, Russ Tweedy and Stephanie Sanders) decided to put some fun...

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    March 24 community sports announcements, results, accomplishments

    Youth football Golden Empire Youth Football Spartans, tryouts, ages 6-14, 9 a.m.-noon Saturday at Almondale Park, and 8-11 a.m. April 11 at Polo Park.  

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    March 27 fish report

    Kern County, southern San Joaquin Valley LAKE ISABELLA: The crappie bite slowed over this past weekend and early into this week because of high winds. The winds were expected to end late in the week and the weather to warm up, which should turn the crappie back on. The bite has been best in in the South Fork Arm of...

  2. AABA Spring Break Baseball Camp

    AABA & Chris Huston will be hosting an elite 3 day Baseball Clinic during Spring Break for players wanting to take their game to the next level. Camp will also have instructors from AABA and Tyler Painton (Pitcher w/ Oakland A's). Campers will work on hitting, pitching, field mechanics and game situations. March...

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    American Cheer: All Star Games 2015

    American Cheer attended the 2nd All Star Games held in Vegas  Taking 7 Teams having a great competition American Cheer bought home 9  Medals.  5- Golds  3-Silver  2-Bronze  Flyers 1st place  Silver 1st place  Blue 2nd place  Jade 2nd place  White 3rd place  Steel 3rd place  Diamonds 2nd place  Aneesa Ocha 1st place...

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  1. Condors lose 8th straight

    The Orlando Reign took control of Saturday night's ECHL hockey game in the second period, scoring four goals en route to a 6-3 victory over the Bakersfield Condors at Rabobank Arena. It was Bakersfield's eighth straight loss. Zach Bell and Matt White each had two goals and an assist for Ontario. Nick MacNeil, Connor...

  2. Condors crunched by Reign

    Judd Blackwater scored a goal in every period for a hat trick and the Ontario Reign rolled over the Condors 5-1 on Friday night at Rabobank Arena. It was the seventh straight loss for the Condors, who tied a club record for most goals allowed in a three- game home stretch at 21. The losing streak is the longest of the...

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    Aces go wild against Condors, win 8-4

    After 176 games spread over 19½ years, it's over. The Alaska Aces and Bakersfield Condors met for the final time on Tuesday night at Rabobank Arena. It ended the same way it started back on Nov. 9, 1995 when the Aces (then known as the Anchorage Aces) beat the then Bakersfield Fog 8-4 on a makeshift ice rink on the...

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    46 players have competed for Condors this season

    What a difference a few months makes. Of the 18 players who dressed for the Condors when they opened the season back on Oct. 17, 2014, just eight were in the lineup against Utah on Saturday night. Forty-six players have spent time as a Condor this season, including a whopping eight goaltenders, as injuries have...

  2. Condors lose fifth straight

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- Josh Currie's 13th goal of the season was one of the few bright spots for the Bakersfield Condors in Saturday night's 5-1 loss to the Utah Grizzlies. H.T. Lenz and Ryan Hayes scored two goals apiece to give Utah more than enough to hand the Condors their fifth straight loss. Bakersfield has...

  3. Condors fall again to Grizzlies on road, 3-1

    WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- The Bakersfield Condors suffered their seventh loss in the past eight games, a 3-1 defeat at Utah on Friday, despite a good effort from goaltender Sean Cahill in his professional debut. Cahill, out of the University of Alaska-Fairbanks, stopped 33 of 35 shots. Utah took the lead on Brendan...

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  1. Barragan throws gem for 'Runners

    Cal State Bakersfield is still struggling to string hits together, but James Barragan more than made up for that Saturday night. Barragan tossed a 152-pitch complete game and the Roadrunners beat Utah Valley 5-2 to even their Western Athletic Conference series at one win apiece. The rubber match is today at noon at...

  2. CSUB's Grimes wins javelin

    SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Cal State Bakersfield senior Karnell Grimes earned his second javelin win of the season Saturday at the Cal Poly Invitational. Grimes' mark of 193 feet, 7 inches was a personal best and moved him from 10th to eighth on CSUB's all-time list. Freshman Joselito Flores won the high jump (6-7) and was...

  3. Huxhold 19th in his final race

    IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Cal State Bakersfield senior Mitchell Huxhold concluded his collegiate career Saturday by placing 19th in the 1,650-yard freestyle at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships. "I am so proud of Mitchell," said Chris Hansen, CSUB's director of swimming. "We struggled in the beginning of the meet and...

  1. CSUB water polo beaten

    No. 4-ranked Cal handed Cal State Bakersfield an 11-6 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation water polo loss Saturday afternoon at CSUB. Katie Benson and Kristen Jensen had two goals apiece for Bakersfield (12-12, 0-3 MPSF). Dora Antal had three goals for the Bears (15-4, 2-1 MPSF).

  2. CSUB third in sand VB tourney

    SANTA CRUZ -- Cal State Bakersfield went 2-1 at Saturday's SCU-USF Collegiate Sand Volleyball Challenge. The Roadrunners lost 5-0 to No. 2-ranked Hawaii, then beat San Francisco 4-1 to conclude pool play and advance to the third-place match against the University of California. CSUB (9-4) downed the Bears 5-0. The...

  3. Little things haunt 'Runners as Wolverines take opener

    Bill Kernen stresses the little things, and they aren't going Cal State Bakersfield's way in recent games. The Roadrunners had their chances but failed to capitalize and lost 3-2 to Utah Valley on Friday night in CSUB's Western Athletic Conference home opener. Utah Valley (6-18, 2-2 WAC) got a solid effort from winning...

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  1. Fresno CC rolls past Taft

    TAFT -- Fresno City College broke open a close game with two runs in the fourth and three more in the fifth en route to a 10-2 Central Valley Conference baseball win over Taft College Saturday afternoon. Fresno starter Jorge Alvarado (7-1) took a no-hitter into the bottom of the seventh. Jeff Gilstrap ended the no-hit...

  2. BC's Kyra Saunders wins 3 events in WSC meet

    Bakersfield College freshman Kyra Saunders won three individual events and anchored a victorious relay team as the Renegades women took second place in the Western State Conference Inland meet Friday at College of the Canyons. Saunders won the 100 meters (12.35), 200 (25.46) and long jump (17-1) in her first...

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    CSUB splits with UMKC to begin WAC softball season

    Julea Cavazos' bases-loaded single in the ninth inning gave Cal State Bakersfield a 5-4 win over Mo.-Kansas City in the season-opening Western Athletic Conference softball game for both teams Friday in the first game of a doubleheader. UMKC won the second game 12-2 as the Roadrunners committed six errors on their...

  1. BC baseball, men's golf teams placed on probation

    Bakersfield College's baseball and men's golf programs have been placed on low-level probation stemming from using one ineligible athlete apiece earlier this season. BC Athletic Director Sandi Taylor described the issues as "one mistake, one clerical." Neither team is facing a postseason ban. Taylor said the college...

  2. BC to recognize athletes with hall of fame

    Bakersfield College officials plan to unveil an all-sports hall of fame sometime this fall. Proceeds from an April 9 fundraiser, dubbed the inaugural "BC Red and White Knight," will go to support the Hall of Fame. The event, officially operated through the BC Foundation, will be held at Imbibe Wine and Spirits, 4140...

  3. L.A. Mission downs BC baseball

    Every L.A. Mission starter had at least one hit as the Eagles handed Bakersfield College a 7-2 baseball loss Thursday afternoon at Gerry Collis Field. The Renegades (9-14, 5-6 Western State Conference South) scored in the sixth on Hanz Harker's double and Zach Tanner's RBI single. In the eighth, Luis Martinez singled...

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  1. Blaze begins renovation of picnic area at Ballpark

    The Bakersfield Blaze announced it has begun renovating its picnic area at Sam Lynn Ballpark. Since 2012, the third-base line has been home to a smattering of tables in a section known as The Terrace. That area will be transformed into a 500-person capacity, large-scale picnic area located just off the field of play....

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    Blaze announces '15 coaching staff

    The Bakersfield Blaze's 2015 coaching staff will have a familiar ring to it. Just not to people in Bakersfield. The Blaze announced Monday that manager Eddie Menchaca, pitching coach Andrew Lorraine and hitting coach Max Venable would head its coaching staff this season, the first for the team under a new...

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    Blaze eye Salinas, safe at home for now

    Bakersfield has had a minor-league baseball team for 73 years. For at least 29 of those years, team officials have wanted to play in a new stadium. That desire hasn't changed under the frustrated current ownership. The Blaze will likely be in Bakersfield one more season and probably two, but it's not because hope is...

  1. Blaze likely to remain in Bakersfield through 2016

    The Bakersfield Blaze's plans to move to Salinas have hit a roadblock, and that means the team likely will stay at Sam Lynn Ballpark for at least two more seasons. Blaze owner D.G. Elmore, who lives in Indiana, said Monday that negotiations had fallen apart with Hayward Lumber, the company that owns the Salinas land on...

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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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School House Zach Condors Talk

  1. LibertyGames038.JPG Local track and field athletes move up in state standings

    In the first Southwest Yosemite League meet yesterday at Liberty, four athletes moved up in the state standings, according to athletic.net. Liberty senior...

  2. CHS & GMHS B-ball-0374-2.JPG Centennial baseball moves up in state rankings

    Centennial, coming off an impressive 8-0 win over Garces on Wednesday with pitcher Ben Bristol tossing a six-strikeout shutout and Andrew Hansen leading the...

  3. LibertyGames036.JPG VIDEO: BVarsity Live show from Thurs, March 19

    Bakersfield long jumper Bryce Huggins and Kern High School District's Stan Greene joined Zach Ewing and myself today. We also looked at baseball highlights...

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    There was a thunderous ovation on Wednesday night at a packed Rabobank Arena when the announcement was made: the Condors will be soaring next season when...

  2. Condors_jh_4.JPG Condor goalie Rimmer had surgery for cancer

    Condors goaltender Ty Rimmer, who left the team for what the team said was “health issues” a few weeks ago, has undergone surgery for testicular cancer....

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    The Condors have worn some interesting specialty jerseys over the years but they are definitely takings a step on the wild side on Feb. 15 when players will...

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