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Bakersfield's 6th grade NJB all-star basketball team went 4-1 and placed third in the national division II tournament in the NJB nationall all-star tournament in Anaheim.

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Team Khaos 13U went 4-0 to win the Nation's Baseball Spring Training Tournament March 22-23 in Avondale, Ariz. Khaos gave up only 13 runs in the tournament, and beat the Corona Crushers18-10 in the finals. The players earned championship rings. Catcher Zachri Delagarza earned the MVP gold glove honor for his outstanding work behind the plate. Pictured (l-r):: Hunter Adams, Zachri Delagarza, Jacob Perez, Manny Guzman, Andru Marions Back l-r: Jacob Ruley, Reilley Combs, Andrew Valles, Gabe Cruz, Gabriel Ulloa, Grant Holleman. Coaches: Ernie Delagarza, Phil Turner, Rob Combs, Jesse Cruz

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The American Kids Sports Center's Level 4 boys gymnastics team placed third at the state championships March Saturday in Orange County. Team members: Max Morelos, Dominic Banducci, Jack Parks, Braydon Bottoms, Isaiah Velasquez, Hudson Sheats, Sabastian Jara, Kelechi Anucha, Carson Ming, Nathan Jarvis, Lance Scott, Matthew Hall, Nolan Hernandez, Trey Letzkus, and Daniel Bartel. They are coached by Sean Farrell and Hayden DaMant.

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The Mamba 17U girls club basketball team went 3-0 and won the girls varsity division of the Mercadel March Madness Tourney March 22-23 in Orange County. Pictured (l-r): Breanna Marquez, Vanessa Spears, Jenaye Herron, Jessica Jacobs, Kylie Chavez, Jasmine Dixon, Danielle Guadian, Katrina Cantu, Mallory Dawson, not pictured Jacque Oats.

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Standing: Asst. Coach Brian Sherrill, Preston Howard, Ryoma Yamaguchi, Trentin Castello, David Duru, Jack Susank, Alex Castrejon, Coach Artie Lynch. Sitting: Dylan Lynch, Noah Hernandez, Grant Meadors, Hayden Sherrill, Luke Wattenbarger, DJ Galiste, Colton Davis

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Results of American Academy's level 7 gymnastics team of Karlee Taylor, Dalilia Olivera, Cailtyn Lowery and Natalie Roberts earned top-25 placing in the state championships at Ventura. In the first session, Taylor posted a season-high score of 37.375 while placing third on the vault. Olivera posted consistent scores throughout the meet to aid her team to its season high-team score. In the second session, Lowery posted her highest all around (9.575) on the beam. Natalie Roberts competed in the third session posting a 9.475 on floor for fourth place.

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American Kids Sports Center's Level 8 gymnastics team placed fifth March 7 at the Byers Invitational in Sacramento. The team consisted of Sarah-Taylor, Alexa Schacher and Datiah Towns. Sarah-Taylor posted the highest score on vault (9.425), was second on bars and in the all around. Alexa Schacher posted the 4th highest scores on the floor and bars. Towns posted consistent scores throughout the meet to help the team's overall score. Kyra Sales sat out this meet due to a knee injury.

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Perfect 10 Gymnastics qualified three athletes to the Region 1 Boys Championships April 10-13, 2014 in Phoenix. Maxx McCabe level 10 (15-16) qualified with an 8th place all-around score of 74.65 at the State Championships in Aliso Viejo March 20-22. Dillon Kerr of level 5 (7-8) qualified with an all-around score of 59.4. Aiden Roberson, level 5 (9-10), qualified with an all-around score of 58.75. The team is coached by Dean Archie and Josh Archie.

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Alei Corbell, 10, earned her 10th win as a novice BMX racer on March 24, advancing her to the girls Expert division at Metro BMX.


The Bakersfield Jam will be holding Basketball Camps on May 3-4 and May 17-18 for boys and girls ages 6-18. The camp will be conducted at the Dignity Health Events Center, the Jam's home facility, with some of its coaches who train Jam players during the season and have trained current NBA players. Register at: nba.com/dleague/bakersfield/bakersfield_jam_elite_spring_b_2014_02_19.html. For questions, email cindy@bakersfieldjam.com or call (714) 425-0374.

Bakersfield Christian High School a spring camp for boys grades 2-8. Camp is 9 a.m.-noon April 14-17. Boys basketball coach Brian Dignan directs the camp, which will focus on teaching fundamentals, as well as individual and team competitions. Registration information is available at bakersfieldchristian.com under the news and events link. For additional questions, contact Coach Dignan: bdignan@bakersfieldchristian.com or (661) 319-9120.


Golden Empire Youth Football Spartans rookie peewee tackle football and cheer. Must turn 6 by Aug. 1. Age 7 must not turn 8 before Nov. 15. Upper levels: Frosh 8-9, soph 10-11, JV 12, varsity 13-14. Tryouts April 6, 13 and May 14, 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Almondale Park, 5501 Verdugo Lane. Visit MWSPARTANS.COM, or call/text (661) 333-2548 for football, or (661) 817-3304 for cheer.


The West High Alumni Fundraiser Golf Tournament will be April 26 at The Links at RiverLakes Ranch. Proceeds will benefit the school's baseball and golf teams. Contact Craig (661) 333-2990.


Tehachapi Mountain Search and Rescue's 6th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot is set for 9 a.m. April 26 at the Kern County Gun Club, 12450 Shotgun Rd., in Bakersfield. The cost is $80 for individuals and $320 for the teams. The event is open to men, women and youth shooters. Each entry will include lunch, soda and two raffle tickets, one for a firearm and one raffle ticket for other items (to be announced at lunch). Additional raffle ticket can be purchased before the event by. Entries for the event can be downloaded by going to TMSAR.Org/SportingClayShoot2014. For more information, contact Dory (661) 300-1215, Bob at (661) 972-4657 and/or Robin at (661) 204-1760.


Central Cal Dirtdogs 10U fastpitch team seeking players. Contact coach Derek Valencia (661) 865-2305.


BMX racing

March 24 at Metro BMX track

Moto 1 (26-30 Cruiser): 1. Jeff Corley; 2. Chad Look Jr.; 3. Matt France; Moto 2 (5 & under novice): 1. Jaiden Bliss; 2. Bryan Ransom; 3. Collin Kitchens; Moto 3 (6 intermediate): 1. Shane Bales; 2. Brandon Walski; 3. Logan France; Moto 4 (8 Novice): 1. Thomas Anderson; 2. Conner Eckard; 3. Chace Mathews; Moto 5 (8 Intermediate): 1. Calvin Corbell; 2. Bladen France; 3. Rylee France; Moto 6 (9 Expert): 1. Peter Choat; 2. Nathan Kitchen 3. Jayton Gilmore; Moto 7 (10 Novice): 1. Alei Corbell; 2. Payton Richey; 3. Justin Kitchens; Moto 8 (13 Novice): 1. Michael Patterson; 2. Jaylen Ridenhour; 3. Jackson Eckard; Moto 9 (14 Intermediate); 1. Becca Garcia; 2. Ethan Williford; 3. Haylee Hunter; Moto 10 (14 expert): 1. Joshua Rice; 2. Tyler Gilmore; 3. Ehtan Lawson.

March 28 race (62 riders)

Moto 1 (15 cruiser): 1. Jakob Fritz; 2. Mitchell Hooper; 3. Gary Robinson; Moto 2: (26-30 Cruiser): 1. Matt France; 2. Thomas Gilson; 3. Francisco Rodriguez; Moto 3 & 4 (5U novice): 1. Mason Meenach; 2. John Scheidle; 3. Tristan Rios; Moto 5 (5U Intermediate): 1. Brandon Walski; 2. Logan France; 3. Owen Harvey; Moto 6 (6 novice): 1. Kolten Ferrel; 2. Isaiah Vargas; 3. Dylan Gillet; Moto 7 (7 Novice) 3 riders 1. Brayon Shepherd; 2. Andrew Tabatt; 3. Kalyn Bunk; Moto 8 (8 novice): 1. William Schwarts; 2. Thomas Anderson; 3. Jacob Leith; Moto 9 & 10 (8 Intermediate): 1. Carson Mackinnon; 2. Michael Christy; 3. Calvin Corbell; Moto 11 (10 novice): 1. Emma Mackinnon; 2. Bryceson Bunk 3. Austin Norman; Moto 12 (12 novice): 1. Collen Rankin; 2. Jaylen Ridenhour ;3. Shelby Skaggs; Moto 13 (13 intermediate): 1. Becca Garcia; 2. Michael Patterson; 3. Ethan Williford; Moto 14 (14 intermediate): 1. Sinjin Shepherd; 2. Steve Velasquez; 3. Haylee Hunter; Moto 15 (14 expert): 1. Joshua Rice 2. Ethan Lawson 3. Clay Weeks.