Community Sports

Monday, Oct 29 2012 06:00 PM

Oct. 30 community sports announcements, standings, results, accomplishments

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    Darryl Coston was the winner of the Bakersfield Racing Pigeon Clubs race from Stockton to Bakersfield on Saturday. There were 102 birds from seven lofts in the event. For information on local pigeon racing contact Gary Berthiaume at (661) 412-1233, Stan Hullender (661) 301-1525, or Ramon Ortega (661) 549-0129.

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    Results of Japan Martial Arts Academy of Bakersfield athletes who competed of Saturday in the Fresno Martial Arts Championships: Justin Garcia,1st kumite (sparring), 2nd kata (forms), 3rd weapons kata; Sam Cole, 2nd kumite, 2nd kata, 2nd weapons kata; Grant Mc Mahon, 2nd kumite, 2nd kata, 2nd weapons kata; Hafiz Arham, 3rd kata; Rayyan Akram, 3rd kata. Pictured (l-r): Justin Garcia, Sam Cole, Grant McMahon, Sensei Jon Cobbs, Hafizh Arham, Venia Hasna, Rayyan Akram.

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Pitcher Velocity camp. Nov. 17-18. Session 1: 7th grade-freshmen. Session 2: sophomores-seniors. Leg and core power, throwing program, arm care, video analysis, mental preparation. Coached by: Phil Dumatrait, Jon Shirley, Kyle Jean. Sign up by Nov. 1 and save $20 Visit:


Ultimate Cheer All-Stars is partnering with Kiara's Cause to foster knowledge and support for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Kiara's Cause was created by cheer teammates and national cheerleading champions Kiara Nowlin, Jenee Cruise and Bianca Treger to generate awareness of type 1 diabetes (T1D) and help JDRF raise funds for T1D research. Jenee was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age 6. Her goal is to show that having T1D should not hold you back from achieving your dreams. Ultimate Cheer for a Cure unites local middle school, high school, recreational and all-star cheer and dance teams (preschool to adult) to showcase their talent and promote JDRF's mission to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. The event will be held from 10 a.m.-noon Nov. 10 at Cal State Bakersfield's Icardo Center. Registration for the event is open. Spectator admission is $7. Proceeds benefit Kiara's Cause and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. To make a donation, request additional information, or to enter a team, contact Corri Raub (661) (661) 619-8821 or e-mail


Junior Drillers wrestling sign-ups will be from 5:30-6:30 p.m. today (Oct. 30) in the Bakersfield High cafeteria. Wrestlers can also sign up at the first practice, Nov. 6, in the wrestling room at 5:30 p.m. Junior Drillers is a youth program for kids in grades K-8. Membership dues are $40 and includes a T-shirt. Members will also need to purchase state wrestling association memberships. For more info contact Matt Olejnik at (831) 245-6243 or Justin Darter at (661) 972-1948.


Brigade Recreational Youth Soccer League (BRYSL)

U19 co-ed : Green Monsters 6-0-0, Golden Strikers 3-1-2, Silver Bullets 1-2-3, Blue Dragons 0-1-5.

U14 co-ed : Immortals 5-0-1, Natural Disasters 5-0-1, Arsenal 1-0-5, Strikers 1-0-5.

U12 girls : Bakersfield Devils 6-0-0, Purple Ninjas 3-0-3, Scoring Angels 3-0-3, Striking Stingrays 0-0-6.

U12 boys : Pumas 4-1-1, Barcelona 3-2-1, Dark Knights 3-1-2, Dark Sharks 0-0-6

U10 girls : Pink Rockstarz 8-0-0, Sour Patch Girls 6-0-2, Thunder Girls 5-0-3, Blue Sharks 3-0-5, Purple Dynomite 1-0-7, Purple Lightning 1-0-7.

U10 boys : Blue Flames 7-0-0, Gladiators 6-0-1, Soccer Shockers 5-0-2, Komodo Dragons 4-0-3, Strikers 2-1-4, Devils 2-0-5, Green Dragons 1-1-5, Dragons 0-0-7.

Cross country meets

Saturday : NOR Invitational, 11 a.m., Brian Yackovich (661) 392-2000.

Nov. 10: Kern County Championships,Shafter, 11 a.m., Ralph Gonzales (661) 746-3303.

Nov. 17: McFarland Invitational, 11 a.m., Gary Farrell (661) 792-3187.


Kern River Divers results from 2nd annual Halloween Aquatics Carnival in Porterville, which included four regional clubs.

Novice girls

1 meter: 11U: 3. Talia Mickelsen, 84.50; 13U: 2. Tabitha Farris, 89.85; 15U: 2. Taylor Ree, 118.05

3 meter: 11U: 3. Talia Micklsen, 79.30; 15U: 2. Kaylee Evans, 135.15

Junior Olympic girls

1-meter: 11U: 1. Megan Kelly, 90.80; 13U: 1. Emily Layton, 130.85; 15U: 1. Amy Petris, 182.65; 2. Kaylee Evans, 179.50; 3-meter: 11U: 1. Megan Kelly, 115.40

Junior Olympic boys

1-meter: 11U: 1. Devonte Jennings, 106.65; 15U: 4. Colby Evans, 176.45; 5. Ethan Dunham, 162.25; 18U: 2. Jon Petri, 281.20.

3-meter: 11U: 1. Devonte Jennings,106.10; 15U: 3. Colby Evans, 159.95; 4. Ethan Dunham, 137.05; 18U: 2. Jon Petris, 277.95.

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