Casey Goodman didn't hesitate when asked what she’s most proud of regarding her team’s back-to-back Western State North Conference championships.
Hundreds upon hundreds of friends and family overflowed Greenlawn Funeral Home Southwest on Sunday to remember and celebrate the life of Will Smith.
The Milwaukee Brewers optioned starting pitcher Corbin Burnes, a Centennial graduate, to Triple-A San Antonio on Friday. Burnes struggled in his first four starts of the year, giving up a Major League-leading 11 home runs in 17 2/3 innings with a 10.70 ERA, eight walks and 24 strikeouts.
The Central Section boys tennis team playoff brackets have been announced and no Kern County teams were awarded No. 1 seeds.
Three Bakersfield College track and field athletes qualified for the Southern California Regional meet in May and nine more advanced to the Western State Conference finals thanks to their performances at the conference preliminary meet at Santa Barbara on Friday.
The Bakersfield Condors will start their quest for the Calder Cup on Friday at Colorado. The top-seeded Condors and the Pacific Division’s fourth-seeded Eagles will drop the puck for Game 1 of the best-of-five series at 6:05 p.m. at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, Colorado.
Cal State Bakersfield men’s basketball’s top scorer Jarkel Joiner will return home to finish out his final two years of eligibility at Ole Miss, the guard said in a statement posted to Twitter on Thursday.
Reaching the playoffs for the first time in the team’s AHL history was the top goal for the Bakersfield Condors and first-year head coach Jay Woodcroft heading into the 2018-19 season.
The Bakersfield College softball team clinched its second straight solo Western State Conference North Division championship, beating L.A. Pierce, 15-1, in five innings.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball gave up two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to lose to Fresno State, 7-6, on the road on Tuesday. The Roadrunners (15-23) dropped their ninth game in a row.
Bakersfield College baseball won its fifth game in a row, beating Reedley, 8-2, on the road on Tuesday. BC (23-13) scored seven of its runs in the sixth, seventh and eighth innings.
Tim Van Horn is only 5 feet 10 inches tall. So when he looks at a bar propped up more than a foot higher than the top of his head, the thought of jumping over it can be a little daunting.
School might be out for the week, but there is still a lot of baseball being played for Kern County teams throughout the state and even in Nevada.
The 2018-19 season had already been one filled with historic achievements and plenty of Bakersfield American Hockey League firsts.
After sitting out the majority of last season waiting to become eligible and then fracturing his leg, Stockdale’s Nathan Kwon had to reevaluate the way he approached tennis. This year, he tried to put less pressure on himself and enjoy playing more.
Cal State Bakersfield softball (13-20, 2-5 Western Athletic) lost its fifth game in a row, falling to Missouri-Kansas City (28-13, 4-6), 5-2, at home on Friday. Only two of the Roos’ runs were earned and CSUB outhit UMKC by one.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball scored just one run and lost to Cal Baptist (21-12, 6-4 Western Athletic), 4-1, on the road on Friday. The Roadrunners (15-20, 3-7) didn’t score until the eighth inning.
Bakersfield College softball scored three runs in the seventh inning to come back and beat Allan Hancock, 6-5, on the road on Thursday. The win kept the Renegades (20-16, 13-0 WSC North) undefeated in Western State Conference North Division play and clinched at least a share of the team’s se…
Bakersfield College baseball (21-13, 13-4 WSC South) blanked L.A. Valley (12-21, 8-9) for a 3-0 win at home on Thursday, keeping a two-game lead on the Western State Conference’s South Division with three games to go.
Condors forward Josh Currie scored a hat trick — on three consecutive goals all in the second period — in his second game back from the NHL to lead Bakersfield (40-21-3-2) past Tucson (33-25-5-3), 4-3, at Rabobank Arena on Wednesday.
The pain of what felt like a toothache in the back of his mouth woke Kamron Willman up around 2 or 3 a.m. It soon turned into migraine that engulfed the right side of his head. His face felt like it was buzzing and throbbing, he said.
Bakersfield College baseball (20-13, 12-4 Western State South) put up a dominant performance, beating L.A. Pierce (9-18, 5-11), 12-6, at home on Tuesday. The Renegades led 8-1 after four innings.
Cal State Bakersfield baseball (15-19) registered just one run and five hits in a 12-1 loss to UC Riverside (8-21) at Hardt Field on Tuesday. The game was shortened to eight innings because of a 10-run mercy rule.
Cal State Bakersfield women’s golf took 20th out of 20 teams at the Wyoming Cowgirl Classic to finish out the regular season. Junior Brandi Borjon led the Roadrunners with a score of 227 (11 over par) at the 54-hole tournament.