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Condors unleash scoring barrage in 7-3 win over Stockton

Andrew Miller (middle) is congratulated by Jordan Oesterle (15) and Jujhar Khaira (7) after scoring Tuesday. His goal was fifth of game against Kevin Poulin, who was pulled after it.

The Condors mashed down the throttle early in the second period on Tuesday night and went on a scoring blitz that extinguished the Stockton Heat.

Bakersfield scored three goals in a span of 2:14 and added two more in the next 4:19 for five goals in 6 minutes and 33 seconds. The Condors then tacked on a couple of more in the third period for a 7-3 victory.

It wasn’t that close, as the Heat got a couple of late goals in the third.

The seven goals is a season high. The second-period outburst is also the most goals in a period by the Condors, who climbed

South's Sabrina Weinman(22) races past Foothill's Sinai Chocoteco in the first half at the Rebel Stadium.

South girls soccer upsets Foothill, 1-0

After several near misses, the South High girls soccer team finally got the signature win it has been seeking since the beginning of the season. In the process the Rebels likely ruined Foothill’s chances of winning a share of the Southeast Yosemite League title. South got a second half goal from

CSUB’s Sydney Raeber, one of seven seniors on this season’s softball team, slides into third base during last season’s WAC Tournament against New Mexico State.

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