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Cal State Bakersfield has had nearly a week since it beat Texas-Arlington on Wednesday to advance to the semifinals of the National Invitation Tournament.

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Cal State Bakersfield was swept in a non-conference softball doubleheader Sunday by Cal State Northridge, 10-2 and 9-2, in the Roadrunners’ final games before opening Western

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FRESNO — Bakersfield College men’s tennis team played two matches at Fresno City College Sunday and won both, 8-1 and 9-0.

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Everything about the past two weeks was uncharted territory for Cal State Bakersfield basketball. From entering the National Invitation Tournament to traveling to New York to playing in Madison Square Garden, none of the players or coaches really knew what to expect.

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Jonas Gustavsson stopped 44 shots and the Condors beat San Diego 3-1 on Saturday night in San Diego.

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SAN LUIS OBISPO — Curt Threlkeld, a freshman from North High, won the men’s 800 meters Saturday in 1:54.31 for Cal State Bakersfield at the Cal Poly Shares Invitational track and field meet.

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Brian Bender posted first-place finishes in the 50-yard freestyle (23.66) and the 200 breast (2:20.35) for Bakersfield College Saturday in a tri-meet against Clovis and Sequoias at BC.

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Bakersfield College had five first-place finishes at the seven-team BC Relays Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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SAN LUIS OBISPO — Cal State Bakersfield scored seven runs in the first inning and held on to beat Cal Poly 11-8 Saturday afternoon to split a non-conference softball doubleheader. Cal Poly won the opener 3-0.

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MERCED — Merced College scored twice in the bottom of the eighth inning to break a tie and went on to edge Taft College 3-1 Saturday afternoon in a Central Valley Conference baseball game.

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LOS ANGELES — Derek Stepan scored late in the second period, Antii Raanta made 30 saves for his eighth career shutout and the New York Rangers defeated the Los Angeles Kings 3-0 on Saturday night.

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A year after reaching the NCAA Tournament for the first time in the school’s Division I history, Cal State Bakersfield is making waves again in the magical basketball month of March.

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PHOENIX — Grand Canyon University broke a tie with a run in the bottom of the eighth Friday night and handed Cal State Bakersfield a 3-2 loss in the Western Athletic Conference baseball opener for both teams.

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LOS ANGELES — Jordan Clarkson had career highs of 35 points and eight 3-pointers, and the Los Angeles Lakers rallied to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 130-119 in overtime Friday night to snap a six-game skid.

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For Cal State Bakersfield’s basketball coaches and players, each of their games in the National Invitation Tournament has been a separate challenge, with unique strategy, focus and effort required.

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It was a longshot, at best, but two races into the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West season, the opportunity for a driver to earn a $100,000 bonus is gone.

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The California community college track and field season is past the halfway point of the year and Bakersfield College’s Memorial Stadium will attract six out-of-area teams on Saturday for the BC Relays.

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My readers may recall a few weeks ago, when I wrote about trap shooting, that back in the 1800s passenger pigeons were used as targets for a while. I quoted an excerpt from the book “The Silent Sky” about John J. Audubon seeing a flock of more than 1 billion birds pass over him for three day…

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BVarsity Live for March 23 had Stan Greene and Kyle Wylie from Kern High School District talking about how their office has built up a brand to help promote the student-athletes.

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For second-year driver Blaine Perkins of Bakersfield, tonight’s NAPA 150 K&N Pro Series West race at Kern County Raceway Park is an opportunity to compete in front of hometown friends, hone his skills and, if all went in his favor, come away with a win.