FRESNO — No football team wants a season defined by a 10-minute stretch, but that may be the truth for Bakersfield, and the Drillers know it.
It’s the feel-good game of the year and the Bakersfield Condors hope Saturday night’s 19th edition of the Teddy Bear Toss at Rabobank Arena is one for the record books.
Bakersfield College’s once promising season with state title aspirations ended with three straight losses, including a 37-10 domination by Long Beach in the Patriotic Bowl. At its best, BC was ranked No. 5 in the state in 2017, but closed the year ranked 15th.
FRESNO — For Fresno-San Joaquin Memorial, it seemed like every play went right. And for Bakersfield Christian it seemed like every play went horribly wrong. All that added up to blowout in Fresno on Friday night.
Justin Davis hit a 3-pointer with 1.9 seconds left to lift Cal State Bakersfield to a 64-62 victory over Idaho in the semifinals of the Great Alaska Shootout on Friday night in Anchorage, Alaska.
Nick Ellis stopped a season-high 41 shots as the Condors snapped a six-game winless streak on Friday night in San Diego with a 4-1 victory over the Gulls.
The BHS Drillers end their 2017 football season with a 35 to 27 loss to Central High in the semi final game in Division 1 Friday night in Fresno.
When the Foothill girls cross country team won the Central Section Division III team championship last season, Trojans’ coach Paul Contreras said it was difficult for his runners to grasp how big that really was.
Judging by the amount of adjustments and yelling coming from Cal State Bakersfield women’s basketball coach Greg McCall while his Roadrunners were on defense, you might have thought his team was having a hard time against Cal State Fullerton’s offense.
The Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team opened the final installment of the Great Alaska Shootout with a win over host Alaska Anchorage, 59-39, on Wednesday night.
Bakersfield College volleyball coach Carl Ferreira had the same response to the dozens of fans, parents and BC community members that approached him in the Gil Bishop Sports Center on Tuesday night.
Cal State Bakersfield head coach Rod Barnes has had the upcoming Great Alaska Shootout marked on his mental calendar since before the season even started.
The Condors did just about everything they needed to do to win a game on Tuesday night at Rabobak Arena except the most important detail: scoring more than the other team.
Damiyne Durham is arguably the most explosive scorer on the Cal State Bakersfield team. He’ll go through streaks where he struggles to hit a shot, but he can also change the tide of a game in a matter of minutes or even seconds.
The sparks flew late in the George Snider Classic King of the Wings Sprint Car race Sunday night at Kern County Raceway.
LONG BEACH — The few words Bakersfield College head coach Jeff Chudy could find to describe his team’s final performance of the season weren’t flattering at all: “lack of focus,” “lack of execution,” “mind-boggling.”
The Garces water polo team saw its playoff run end in the Division II NorCal regional semifinals with a 15-11 loss to Mountain View-St. Francis on Saturday.
TULARE — It was as if no one in the stadium realized or understood the magnitude of what had just happened Friday night. Tulare Union running back Kazmeir Allen burst through the Garces defense’s second level on a 62-yard pitch to the right and crossed the goal line, breaking the California …