Robert F. Kennedy baseball is now in contention to be South Sequoia League champions after a 6-5 walk-off victory against Wasco last week.
Cesar Chavez High School softball remains atop the South Sequoia League rankings despite taking losses to non-league opponents Bakersfield Christian and Garces last week.
Baseball in the city of Delano has wrapped up its first two weeks of the season in what is its first competitions since March 2020. The three Delano teams competed in their respective games with no COVID-19 concerns.
Robert F. Kennedy senior Frankie Ruiz has committed to Blackburn College to continue his baseball career. The Thunderbirds catcher is set to head to Carlinville, Ill., after graduation, but his journey to get to this point goes beyond high school, as it has been nearly a decade in the making.
Delano and McFarland high school football games still have a chance to be played in 2021 after the California Department of Health released its new guidelines this week.
As the new year arrives, the California Interscholastic Federation’s latest update on high school sports has been issued — and it is not a positive one. The latest news includes a tier list as well as a map displaying where each county in California ranks.
Fall high school sports in Delano and McFarland are now questionable, following the latest statement from the California Interscholastic Federation.
Jasmine Taruc Pinson, 43 years young, was born Oct. 9, 1977, in San Jose, Nueva Ecija, Philippines, to Ernesto and Josefina Taruc.
The Delano Joint Union High School board has approved limited conditioning among its student athletes. These conditioning-focused practices are limited to just 15 athletes being around each other at one time, as well as all practices taking place outside.
Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium looked immaculate as players stretched in their warmups. Pregame music could be heard echoing in the empty venue as Hawaii special team players traveled through a tunnel still needing to be set up.
As if 2020 hasn’t featured enough heartache and turmoil, a report surfaced online Wednesday morning that the Edmonton Oilers are considering moving the Bakersfield Condors to Canada.
As a former All-East Yosemite League lineman at Delano High, Frank Gonzales Jr. had always dreamed of returning someday to coach the Tigers.
What is the chance local high school football will begin sooner than January, as major state universities are canceling spring 2021 football seasons and going back to a late fall season kickoff?
After making the Central Valley Division IV semifinals, the Robert F. Kennedy Thunderbirds head into the 2022-21 football season with many expectations.
As week one of what would have been an exciting fall season of football in Delano passes by, the regular season has now become the official preseason for schools in Delano.
As high school students in the Delano area prepare for an upcoming semester online, athletes now have some semblance of hope for the future of their sport.
After two months of waiting, the CIF has issued its ruling on the fate of high school athletics in the 2020-21 school year.
When and how high school sports can safely return has still yet to be decided, but in the interim, several area football players still continue to generate interest.
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As the CIF delays its ruling on the upcoming fall sports season, football fans in Delano are beginning to lose what little hope they have left of an actual 2020 season.
While it may be still a work in progress and there are many specifics that still need to be ironed out, the California Community College Athletic Association is planning to have a sports season for the 2020-21 school year.
In the face of a pandemic, more than one million high school athletes are anxiously awaiting the fate of their respective sport this coming fall, including local athletes in Delano and McFarland.
He may not be world famous, but Alfonso Hernandez is as close to a rock star as it gets at Cesar Chavez High School.
Sports coverage in the Delano and McFarland area is going digital: DelanoSportsMedia is incorporating the strong online presences of Delano athletes into a more interactive local sports experience.
As an old newspaper reporter and editor, I am used to running into dangerous circumstances, as opposed to staying away.
Fear. Uncertainty. Sadness. Disappointment. It seems we’re surrounded by these feelings and emotions as we all try to make sense of the world we live in today.
Delano High School boys basketball may have lost its first ever Valley championship game last month, but that same team won two state playoff games, going further than any Delano high school.
The Delano High boys basketball team might have came up a little short in Saturday's Division 4 Valley Championship final against Kingsbury, but they are still on the hunt for a state championship, coach Aaron Estrada said.
On Feb. 18, Delano High School boys basketball smashed Orcutt Academy out of Santa Maria 72-35. Then on Feb. 20, the Tigers beat No. 7 Liberty Madera 97-79 in quarterfinal action. The Tigers are 20-10 overall.