The Bakersfield College Renegades played their most complete defensive game of the season Saturday night. They forced four turnovers, held a rushing offense that had accumulated 400 yards a week earlier to just 128, and twice pushed their opponents from first and goal to back outside the 20-…

There’s still plenty to be decided in next week’s regular-season finales, but Liberty, Bakersfield and Wasco made sure they will all be a part of the discussion.

Winning without starting quarterback Tyson Dozhier, who broke his collarbone at Highland on Aug. 27, could have been an immense challenge for Shafter. But converted receiver Devon Sundgren led the Generals to a 5-3 record heading into Friday night's game at Kennedy.

In their last match, against Long Beach State, the CSUB women's soccer team held firm for 109 minutes before conceding a heartbreaking game-winner in the 110th. The Roadrunners followed up that performance Thursday night against UC Irvine with an uneven showing in which the defense was stead…

Josiah Quiroz and Gracen Hayes each secured decisions late in the third round — Quiroz with an escape at 157, Hayes with a last-second near-fall at 165 — and the Bakersfield Renegades beat the Cuesta Cougars 24-15 Wednesday night.

There’s a sense of urgency beginning to permeate many of the fall sporting events at BC and CSUB, with post-conference competition less than a month away. Let’s see how local teams did this past week as their postseason prospects started to come into focus.

Fresh off a Pacific Division championship, the Bakersfield Condors featured plenty of familiar faces when they took the off ice for Saturday's 2021-22 American Hockey League season opener, part of two weekend home games at Mechanics Bank Arena.

Darren Carr said his Bakersfield Christian Eagles teams had been practicing surprise onside kicks for six years leading up to Thursday night's game against the West Vikings.