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During Memorial Day weekend our basketball program (KAOS) participated in the Central Valley May Madness tournament held at Sierra Pacific High School. Our team was composed of both JV and varsity players and led by next year’s seniors, Manuel Batista, Kevin Medina and Joseph Zavala.

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Delano Union School District track and field students brought home honors after top finishes in their events at the Kern County Meet held April 27 at Bakersfield’s Liberty High School.

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The Delano High School boys varsity tennis team won the East Yosemite League title with a perfect 10-0 season, said Marc J. Gomez, Delano High School boys and girls tennis coach.

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Right before the Robert F. Kennedy High School's boys football championship team received something shiny and special on Thursday night, head coach Mario Millan literally walked his players through their magical 2018 magical season on the artificial turf of Thunderbirds Stadium.

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To celebrate their 39th year in existence, the Delano Stallions Junior Varsity/Varsity teams, along with its PeeWee program, will have 10 free football camps that started on March 18 to April 17.

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Before, during and after the Western Athletic Conference Tournament, Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball coach Rod Barnes made it clear that his team would not settle for just being there. Anything except for a championship and an NCAA Tournament bid was a failure.

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McFarland High School girls basketball capped off its season with an appearance in the California Interscholastic Federation Division III state championship. And even though the team would come up short, 51-35, the Lady Cougars fought hard against a very talented Oakland High School team.

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Everyone involved with the Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball team seems to be in agreement that the Roadrunners have yet to play up to their potential this season. Maybe it’s happened for spurts of a few minutes at a time but not a full game.

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For the 2018 Valley Champion Thunderbirds, it has been a whirlwind of a January as they have been very fortunate to receive so many honors from the great city of Delano and its school districts.