By The Bakersfield Californian
Bustos Elite 14U traveling team seeking position players born in 1999 or are in 8th grade. Tryouts are at 8 a.m. Jan. 6 at North Highland Park on Rio Del Norte. Contact coaches Nacho Martinez (661) 240-7507 or Albert Martinez (661) 378-1942.
Bakersfield Nitro 14U girls travel softball team open tryout 9 a.m. Saturday, (Jan. 5) at BASA fields (3635 Jewetta Ave). Contact Coach Kristen (831) 233-8172; Visit: email@example.com. Team website:
Bakersfield Adult Flag Football League, 8-on-8, accepting team sign ups. Individuals players welcomed and placed. 14-man team maximum roster. Season: Feb. 3-March 24. 12-game season with playoffs, awards. Teams play two games apiece each Sunday. Call Doug (661) 346-6883.
Bakersfield Adult League taking team and individual sign-ups for our Spring/Summer play. Season starts March 17. 14-game season with playoffs, awards. Games on Sundays. Website: www.bakersfield-adult-baseball-league.com or call Doug (661) 346-6883.
Bakersfield Adult Baseball League
Final fall standings
Uppers: Mariners 8-0, La Raza 5-2-1, Rebels 5-2-1, Nationals 4-4, Charros 3-4-1, Aztecs 3-4-1, Warriors 2-4-2, Dodgers 2-5-1, Indians 0-7-1.
Lowers : Padres 6-1-1, Angels 6-1-1, Broncos 4-3-1, Lobos 4-4, Tequierlos 2-6, Cubs 0-7-1.
Uppers: Charros 9, Nationals 3; Aztecs 25, Rebels 9; Charros 18, La Raza 16; Mariners 9, Aztecs 6; Mariners 4, Charros 2 Lowers: Lobos 23, Angels 4; Padres 15, Broncos 5; Lobos 11, Padres 6
Bronson Pearce, a 16-year-old junior at Highland High, races in the Sttars Super TT American Race Series. Pearce was leading the 450cc premier class going into the ninth and final round at Perris on Nov. 18, but as he was entering the track for a heat race he crashed on loose gravel on the pavement, and suffered a broken wrist. However, he had the wrist wrapped, which enabled him to enter the main event and give him enough points to win the series championship. Pearce has been racing since age 4.
Tevis Junior High went 5-0 to capture the 8th-grade division championship Friday in the Wendale Davis Foundation boys basketball tournament at Stonecreek Junior High. Tevis defeated Ollivier twice, Thompson and Beardsley before beating Stonecreek, 46-33, in the title game. Tevis’ Alec Check was named tournament MVP and Ronnie Stapp earned all-tournament honors. The team: coach Louis Pumphrey, Jesse Gilbert, Aubrey Jones, Dupree Phillips, Stevie Figures, Zion White, Ronnie Stapp, Alec Check, Nick Neilson, assistant Derek Check. (Kneeling): Kaleb Jennings, Jordan Wonderly, Jacob Lopez, Kevin Larson, Alejandro Murillo.
Anthony Tennison, a freshman at Frontier High School, has been selected to showcase his football skills on Thursday at an invitation-only Proving Ground National Combine at the Home Depot Center in Carson. Only 300 participants nationwide (freshmen to seniors), including nine from Bakersfield, have been invited to the combine, which will be televised live on CBS Sports Network.