• BY STEPHEN LYNCH For The Californian
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With his team trailing 7-4 early in the American Division championship game of the Lloyd Williams KSFCU Shootout against Bakersfield High, Ridgeview coach Michael Martin screamed out, “We got to be tough tonight.”

  • BY MIKE GRIFFITH mgriffith@bakersfield.com
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The Condors wrapped up a long stretch of home games in impressive fashion on Saturday night, beating the Pacific Division-leading Stockton Heat 5-2 at Rabobank Arena.

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LOS ANGELES — Chris Paul scored 20 points and dished out a season-high 20 assists, and the Los Angeles Clippers extended the woes of the New Orleans Pelicans with a 133-105 rout on Saturday night at Staples Center.

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Paola Hernandez posted three individual wins and anchored Cal State Bakersfield’s winning 400-yard freestyle relay team to highlight the Roadrunners’ effort in Saturday’s dual meet against Fresno State.

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VICTOR VALLEY — Pedro Corona placed fourth at 133 pounds for Bakersfield College’s top finish at the California Community College Athletic Association state wrestling championships that concluded Saturday.

  • BY TREVOR HORN thorn@bakersfield.com
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SELMA — Bakersfield Christian has been a team with a prolific offense almost every year for a decade.

  • BY ZACH EWING zewing@bakersfield.com
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SELMA — Stephen Figures had one thought as he raced down the sideline during one of the crazier football plays you’ll ever see: “I better not get caught.”

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LOS ANGELES — Eric Bledsoe scored 30 points and handed out nine assists, sparking the Phoenix Suns to a 119-115 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night at Staples Center.

  • BY MIKE GRIFFITH mgriffith@bakersfield.com
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A couple of Charlotte players had their eyes glued on Taylor Beck on Friday night at Rabobank Arena and that’s all the opening the Condors needed to pull out a 3-2 overtime victory.

  • BY JEFF EVANS jevans@bakersfield.com
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VICTORVILLE — Six of the eight Bakersfield College wrestlers who earned spots in the California Community College state wrestling championships have advanced to Saturday’s final day of action and could finish as high as third in their respective weight classes.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo — Thanks to a strong first-half effort from its offense, the Kansas City Chiefs took control of the AFC West with a 21-13 victory over the Oakland Raiders in a Thursday night meeting at Arrowhead Stadium.

  • BY ZACH EWING zewing@bakersfield.com
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When Darren Carr became Bakersfield Christian’s football coach last year, he had an uncommon problem: The guy he wanted to be his offensive coordinator — his older brother — still wanted to play in the NFL.

  • BY JEFF EVANS jevans@bakersfield.com
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SANTA BARBARA — Jaylunn English and Kyle Sturm had 14 points each and Jamar Hammonds added 12 points to lead Bakersfield College to a 76-66 men’s basketball win over L.A. Valley at the Santa Barbara tournament.

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NASCAR announced the 2017 K&N Pro Series West schedule on Thursday and Kern County Raceway Park will be hosting two races, including the season finale.

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In today's segment, co-hosts Zach Ewing and Trevor Horn were joined by the four football coaches playing in the two CIF state regional bowl games involving Bakersfield High and Bakersfield Christian.

  • BY MIKE GRIFFITH mgriffith@bakersfield.com
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SAN DIEGO — The San Diego Gulls tied the game with 10 seconds remaining then scored in overtime on Tuesday night to beat the Condors 4-3.

  • BY JEFF EVANS jevans@bakersfield.com
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After playing three Pac-12 Conference teams among other talented opponents, Cal State Bakersfield was hungry for a women’s basketball victory Tuesday night.

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Bakersfield College has named Wesley Coble its men’s golf coach, pending Kern Community College District Board of Trustees approval.

  • BY JEFF EVANS jevans@bakersfield.com
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Cal State Bakersfield’s men’s basketball team returns home Saturday for its first home game against a Division I opponent since Nov. 22 and the memorable 71-63 win over Fresno State, a game that was much more lopsided most of the way than that score indicates.

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LOS ANGELES — Gordon Hayward scored 23 points, and the Utah Jazz held off the Los Angeles Lakers for a 107-101 victory on Monday night at Staples Center.

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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — In its fifth road game in 11 days, the CSU Bakersfield men’s basketball team earned its first road win of the season by dominating Northern Arizona 81-47 on Monday.

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LOS ANGELES — Thaddeus Young scored 17 points, and Paul George and Rodney Stuckey contributed 16 apiece, helping the Indiana Pacers earn an 111-102 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday night at Staples Center.

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STOCKTON —Cal State Bakersfield couldn’t sustain a strong start and fell 91-61 to Pacific in women’s basketball action Sunday afternoon in the Spanos Center.