Though they'll be a completely different energy in the air, the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team is ready to begin the home portion of its schedule on Monday.
Under normal circumstances, Cal State Bakersfield’s victory over California on Sunday would have been a monumental victory, followed by an equally big celebration by the Roadrunners women’s basketball team.
Many of my older readers will remember how good pheasant hunting used to be in the south end of the San Joaquin Valley back in the '50s, '60s and '70s.
Coming off a 270-day layoff from game action, the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team still has some residual rust to brush off after night one of the 2020-21 season.
The final tally from the Bakersfield Condors’ annual Teddy Bear Toss came in Wednesday and, as expected, donations took a big hit during the COVID-19 pandemic.
When Taylor Caldwell made a 3-point shot at the 5:30 mark of the first quarter it was an important moment for the Grand Canyon sophomore.
With COVID-19 cases continuing to increase all across the state, a hold is being placed on all sports activities at Kern High School District campuses.
Unprecedented circumstances are, unsurprisingly, creating an unprecedented return to the floor for the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team.
Three days after the school's women's team kicked off the 2020-21 season, the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team is scheduled to make its long-awaited return to the court.
Lexus Green had plenty of reasons to be nervous as she trotted onto the Haas Pavilion floor in Berkeley on Sunday.
Trying to keep a long-standing family tradition alive any way they could, Dave and LeAnn Banducci were happy to linger around the Mechanics Bank Arena parking lot Saturday morning.
When an 8-year-old Kamren Larsen turned on the 2008 Olympic Games, he felt like he was seeing his entire future unfold in front of him.
After more than two decades of working in Major League Baseball front offices, Bakersfield native Matt Arnold has reached the top of the executive world
A two-sport athlete at Garces, Jack Hatten had a solid, if not flashy varsity career playing football and basketball for the Rams.
Buddy Kofoid won his second consecutive midget race with Tuesday's victory in the USAC NOS Energy Drink November Classic at Bakersfield Speedway.
Progress toward restarting high school sports in California remains painfully slow, and the events of Monday seem to be pushing things in the wrong direction.
As the saying goes, “Everything is bigger in Texas,” and that suits Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball coach Rod Barnes just fine.
The Cal State Bakersfield baseball program continues to build for the future. That’s particularly important considering the team is scheduled to open play in the powerful Big West Conference this season, a big step up from the Western Athletic Conference.
With accomplishments that could fill a book — more aptly a record book — it’s a good thing Ryan Renz kept it relatively short when describing the three honorees for Wednesday afternoon’s signing day ceremony.
Two of the area's best prep golfers put together strong showings at a Southern California PGA Junior Tour event in Ojai on Saturday and Sunday.
Regardless of what happens this winter and spring, Bakersfield College student athletes have been assured they will have futures within their respective programs beyond 2020-21.
I was recently having breakfast with my son Steve, and friend Brad Peters, when Steve asked me if I remembered how many times I had been to Alberta to film groups of hunters over the years.
When seeing what his brothers were able to accomplish on the baseball field, one might assume Luis Martinez always had a specific career path in mind.
Locking eyes from across the mat at the U.S. Sumo Open semifinals, Gilberto and Angel De La Torre can sense an outer-worldly presence looking upon them with pride.
Coming off a winless Southwest Yosemite League season and a 5-25 overall record in 2018-19, the Centennial High girls basketball team made major improvements last year.
The Bakersfield College Athletic Department has launched a new program called Gades Club, with hopes that it will provide financial assistance for student-athletes on and off the field.