Community Sports

Monday, Nov 05 2012 06:29 PM

Nov. 6 community sports announcements, accomplishments

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    The Frontier High JV Volleyball team went 9-1 to win the South West Yosemite League, beating Independence last week to clinch the title. Back row (l-r): Alli Geissel, Lexi Gibson, Shayna Thompson, Assistant coach Whitney Lusk, coach Brian Lapp, Morgyn Sharp, Taryn Jackson, Makenzie Bridgford, Dakota Holliman. Front row (l-r): Lexie Smith, Jordyn Choate, Chace Rogers, Hanna Smail, Alison Coontz.

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    The Bakersfield Heat Premier Girls Basketball Club's JV team team tied for first place in the 2012 Tulare Skill Development Fall League. Top (l-r): Assistant coach Richard Hsiung, Madi Schiller, McKayla Sunga, Fiona Ferry, McKenna Hsiung, Kristen Everrett, Mia Hernandez, coach Jim Parks. Bottom (l-r): Assistant coach Bree Clevenger, Claire Culbertson, Chloe Kim, Aubrey Hayes, Kristin Sokoloff, Kaylee Hsiung, Shyan Polman.

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    The Bakersfield Rebels 10U girls softball team went 5-0 to win the NSA Hanford Ghost and Goblins Tournament in Hanford on Oct. 27-28, improving their overall record to 12-2-1. The team includes: Raygan Wescott, Kyleigh Phillips, Grace Armstrong, Sydney Hornbuckle, Katelyn Hornbuckle, Shelby Buchanan, Kenlee Calvin, Gabby Ramirez, Mia Alejandro, Jerri Skiles, Makayla Snyder and Tayler Duncan. Coaches: John Wescott, Nichole Phillips.

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    The 18U Bakersfield Dodgers summer travel baseball team recently went 3-1-1 to finish tied for fifth in the 48-team Desert Classic, a national tournament in Las Vegas. The Dodgers featured players from 11 local high schools: Harrison Smith, Logan Gillespie, Todd Nicks, Kyle Adkins, Tristan Hammans, Jack Mulville, CJ McAninch, Mason Perryman, Zack McHone, Austin Toerner, Luis Martinez, Caleb Hewes and Austin Pendergrass. Coaches were Duane Mulville, Rick Sawyer, Pat Hewes and George Culver.

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    The Blackout Soccer Club's 18U and 17U teams display jerseys the club had made to supports breast cancer awareness during October. The club's players wear the jerseys in all of their games in October. Club coaches are Sean Sullivan, Brian Butterworth and Al Medina. Club managers are Rocki Parnell, Sherri Knudsen and Julie Work. The club was established in 2005.

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    Dylan Simonsen won the 26th Annual Central Coast Grand Prix Masters Tennis Tournamant Boys 14 Division last week in Santa Barbara.

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    Asher Klock placed 1st in kata (forms) and first in weapons kata, and Justin Garcia placed 2nd in kata, 2nd in weapons kata and 2nd in kumite (sparring) Saturday in the USKA Westwind Karate tournament in Ontario. They represented Japan Martial Arts Academy of Bakersfield. Pictured (l-r): Asher Klock, Justin Garcia and sensei Jon Cobbs.

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By The Bakersfield Californian

Basketball

94 FEET Travel Basketball is seeking players for the winter travel season, including tournaments in Oxnard in november and December. Also offering a winter program for those who choose to play and practice without traveling. Contact coach Mike Hove (805) 391-0535 or visit pasorobles94feet.com

Bowling

Nov. 10-11: BVL Bowlers to Veterans Link Tournament, Nov. 10-11 at AMF Southwest Lanes (Saturda) and Regency Bowling Center (Sunday). Squads are at noon and 2:30 p.m. each day. Entry fee is $20. Entries accepted at tournament one hour prior to desired squad.

Cross country

Youth meets

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

 

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