Football in Delano is a tradition that’s been around for nearly a century. In fact, the 2018 football team is the 99th team in Delano High School history.
As the new head coach of boys basketball at Robert F. Kennedy High School, I am excited to bring a new energy and establish traditions that may continue for years to come.
Thomas Valles knows it would be hard for him to give up coaching a group of girls like McFarland’s girls cross-country team has this year. Fortunately, for Valles, he’s stepping in as the head coach after two years as an assistant and not the other way around.
Most people know Casey Quinn as the head football coach at McFarland High School.
Humberto Vargas remembers what it felt to be a state champion runner and a participant in the National Junior Olympics, coming in second place as a high school junior in Los Angeles.
On Saturday, June 16, Delano High School football traveled to Fresno to compete in the annual Fresno State Battle in the Valley passing camp.
Delano Union School District schools qualified several students for county and valley competitions this spring following outstanding showings at qualifying meets.
Delano High’s 28-member cheer squad for the coming school year gained three days of instruction June 11-13 under the auspices of the United Spirit Association.
The Cesar Chavez High School boys soccer program began the season with many questions.
This past Memorial Day weekend, the Robert F. Kennedy Thunderbirds varsity football team traveled to Hume Lake, high in the Sequoias, to participate in what has a become a yearly tradition for the team.
We are two weeks from glory for Kern County baseball and softball teams seeking Central Section titles over Memorial Day weekend.
Dave Hillestad woke up Tuesday morning not knowing if his talented team was going to advance past the day.
Kern Valley State Prison officials are investigating two incidents that occurred Thursday involving an alleged battery on a peace officer and attempted homicide of a peace officer, according to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
The Central Section boys tennis team playoffs were announced on Monday and Taft came away as the lone Kern County team as a No. 1 seed.
Football games for Kern County schools on the Central Coast won’t be just a novelty non-league thing anymore to beat the heat and hit the beach.