Darren Carr had a pretty good idea why Ben Yurosek was screaming in the hallway outside his office.
Three wrestlers moved onto the semifinals and Bakersfield College found itself in fourth place at the end of the first day of the CCCAA State Wrestling Tournament in Fresno.
Los Angeles Dodgers All-Star infielder Max Muncy will attend the seventh annual CSUB Hot Stove Dinner, according to Cal State Bakersfield athletics.
Following arguably its most impressive win of the season, the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team easily avoided a potential trap game against NAIA opponent Westcliff.
If you have not yet attended a Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball game this season, you likely have not been a part of the homegrown success the Roadrunners are experiencing right now.
Ben Yurosek stood on the sideline with his arm draped around a teammate waiting for the final minute to run off the clock in the Division 3-A Southern California Regional bowl game on Saturday night.
Bakersfield Christian defeated Fullerton-Sunny Hills 42-21 in the Division 3-A Southern California Regional bowl game on Saturday night at BCHS. The Eagles advanced to the state championship game against Rohnert Park-Rancho Cotate next week.
In arguably the toughest competition it will face outside of a postseason setting, only a national wrestling power stood between Bakersfield High School and a first-place finish.
Numerous opponents with varying degrees of talent have come into the Icardo Center this season, only for the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team to send them home with a loss.
As he works though an emotional time, a needed sense of familiarity comes over Fred Eckles from his sixth-row seat at the Icardo Center on Dec. 2.
As is often the case this time of the season, Bakersfield Christian football coach Darren Carr and his staff have had to work a little overtime trying to prepare his squad for an unfamiliar opponent.
Fresh off one of the most impressive boys soccer seasons in area history, Garces will look to shake off some early-season cobwebs when the Rams compete in the two-day Rebel Winter Classic this weekend.
The 68th annual Kern County Sportsman's Night Dinner was held a couple of weeks ago at Hodel's banquet room with over 300 attendees. The honoree this year was my friend, Jim Roberts.
In an early-season showdown between two of the better girls soccer programs in town, it was fitting that they needed overtime.
Five more games. Five more games until conference play begins for coach Rod Barnes and the Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball team.
There was a full supply of excuses as to why the Bakersfield Christian boys basketball team lost its season opener on Monday night.
Long after the fourth-largest crowd in Condors history had filed out of Mechanics Bank Arena on Saturday night, the Condors dressing room was still rocking.
Having earned its first win over a Division I foe 24 hours earlier, the Cal State Bakersfield men's basketball team put together consecutive wins for the first time in the 2019-20 campaign.
A fast start didn't last, as the Bakersfield College volleyball team saw a great season end one game shy of the state tournament Saturday night.
It may not have had the drama of last year, when the Ridgeview boys team captured the Division III title, but Saturday’s CIF State Cross Country Championships was a solid end of the season.
When looking for music to get them energized for a big game, most high school football players likely wouldn't turn to Miley Cyrus' 2009 smash "Party In the U.S.A."
It was smooth sailing for Bakersfield Christian, which beat Central Valley Christian, 28-14, for the Central Section Division III championship Friday.
Vanessa Austin had a 20-point, 16-rebound double-double and sparked a 13-0 second-quarter run to lead the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team to a 75-71 home win over San Jose State Friday afternoon.
They say all good things come in threes, and anyone that has followed the Ridgeview boys cross country team knows that’s certainly true.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day and from all of us here at Cal State Bakersfield athletics, we wish you a wonderful day filled with delicious food and quality time with family and friends.
When Rich Hughes says his team has been "rebounding the ball pretty well" to start the season, he seems to be making a significant understatement.
Following an 18-day layoff, you would have thought the Bakersfield College volleyball team would have wanted to savor Tuesday night’s playoff opener at the Gil Bishop Sports Center.
With just a single assist to her stat line in the first half, Jasmin Dixon caught fire early in the third quarter to help the Cal State Bakersfield women's basketball team earn a needed win heading into Thanksgiving.
Generally, when a team closes the regular season with 12-consecutive wins, it likely isn't going to adapt a back-to-the-drawing-board mentality heading into the playoffs.