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Cal State Bakersfield softball (6-33, 3-9 Western Athletic) ended its eight-game losing streak with a 10-6 win over Missouri-Kansas City (12-34, 2-10) on Saturday. The Roadrunners avoided being swept for what would have been the third straight WAC series.

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LA Mission hit a two-out, three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to beat Bakersfield College baseball (19-19, 13-5 Western State South), 5-4. Zach Williams hit two solo home runs for the Renegades, but it wasn’t enough.

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For the first time since February, Bakersfield College softball found itself on the wrong end of a blowout. The Renegades fell, 9-1, to Mt. San Antonio on the road on Saturday in five innings.

  • BY JON METTUS jmettus@bakersfield.com
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As both teams filed onto the field, Cal State Bakersfield head baseball coach Jeremy Beard approached home plate umpire John Flanagan with a few words.

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An overwhelming sense of calm came over Kyle King, he said. But he might have been the only person at Hardt Field feeling that way. Cal State Bakersfield baseball coach Jeremy Beard, for one, was “a little nervous.”

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The Bakersfield College women’s swim team stands in third place overall with a score of 372, while the men are in third with 345, heading into Saturday’s championship rounds of the Western State Conference Championships.

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Bakersfield College baseball coach Tim Painton doesn’t like looking too far down the road and thinking about more than the upcoming game. But his players could do the math and Painton heard talk around the club on Wednesday that he hadn’t heard all year.

  • BY MIKE GRIFFITH mgriffith@bakersfield.com
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The American Nostalgia Racing Association opens its season on Saturday at Auto Club Famoso Raceway, which also means it’s time to honor the 2017 series champions.

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Bakersfield College baseball (19-17, 13-3 Western State South) won its sixth game in a row, taking down West LA on the road, 21-8 on Tuesday. The Renegades have outscored their opponents 65-22 in the past four games and won by at least 12 runs in three of those games.

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Based on the strict definition of the term, Friday’s game against Tehachapi was not a must-win game for the Independence softball team.

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On tonight's edition of BVarsity Nightly with Trevor Horn, it was a wild one at Liberty as the Patriots beat Frontier in walk-off fashion. Check out all of the highlights here. 

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Bakersfield College baseball won in a big way for the second game in a row. The Renegades beat West LA, 17-3, on the road Thursday to follow up an 18-6 win over LA Valley on Tuesday.