• THE BAKERSFIELD Californian
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Cal State Bakersfield’s baseball season came to an end Friday with a 17-3 loss to Sacramento State in the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in Mesa, Ariz.

  • THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIAN
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Behind a strong outing from freshman starting pitcher Davonte Butler, Cal State Bakersfield baseball shut out Northern Colorado, 2-0, in its second game of the Western Athletic Conference Tournament. The win keeps No. 6 CSUB’s (21-35) season alive in the double-elimination tournament.

  • By TEDDY FEINBERG tfeinberg@bakersfield.com
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An impressive crowd was on hand Tuesday night at Garces Memorial High School, and those who came out expected to see a highly competitive contest in the Central Section Division III baseball semifinals between No. 1 Garces and No. 5 Highland.

  • BY JON METTUS jmettus@bakersfield.com
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Kyle King is no stranger to the transition period college baseball players have to go through when joining a new team. He understands the process of getting to know the players and coaches while they get to know him. Joining four different teams in a span of four years after high school, it …

  • BY MIKE GRIFFITH mgriffith@bakersfield.com
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After sliding across the start/finish line to finish second in the first of twin 35-lap Super Stock features, Anthony Mainella said he hoped to be going straight and getting to the checkered flag first in the second feature.

  • BYJON METTUS jmettus@bakersfield.com
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Just before 8 p.m. on Friday night, there shouldn’t have been much concern in the Cal State Bakersfield baseball dugout. The Roadrunners had just scored six runs to take a commanding 9-2 lead over Chicago State. A few minutes after that, New Mexico State finished its 4-2 victory over Texas-R…