Wow! Where does time go?
With all the confusion and uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Lendl Henderson Jr. and his family were also concerned about another type of exposure — the type that attracts interest from Division I basketball coaches.
Even on days when he dreaded going into the wrestling room, Jordan Cooper knew his mood would instantly pick up the second he saw Keithen Estrada.
After spending half his life serving in an assistant role, Aaron Chavez is ready to make a move, at least for one season, to the head of the bench at Bakersfield College.
A self-proclaimed creature of habit, Roman Angelo hasn't always known what to do with himself during an unprecedented spring and summer.
California's compressed 2020-21 high school sports schedule has claimed its first victim locally, as Garces Memorial High School has announced the cancelation of its annual Holiday Soccer Festival.
It was like something out of a Hollywood movie, with a familiar formula that has worked to perfection in legendary sports flicks such as “Rocky,” “Hoosiers,” “Remember the Titans” and countless others — take your pick.
At opposite ends of their collegiate careers, two former Centennial athletes are looking to keep their focus on seasons with constantly shifting start dates.
Moments after seeing his chance at a second Bakersfield City Golf Championship come inches from slipping away, Blake Bourelle knew it was time to strike.
As members of rival colleges competing in the Southeastern Conference, Alicia Viveros and her younger brother Daniel are giving new meaning to the term sibling rivalry.
A pair of former SWYL rivals are duking it out atop the leaderboard after the first day of the Bakersfield City Golf Championships.
Local high school coaches and players have plenty of practice — both figuratively and literally — circling important dates on their collective calendars.
The word student in student-athlete can sometimes get lost in the shuffle. But at Cal State Bakersfield, that’s obviously not the case.
Readers may recall that in past columns I've mentioned being an old movie buff. I often use the website called Internet Movie Data Base, where it's possible to enter errors, or "goofs," that you might see in films.
Nearly a week removed from the most momentous day of his athletic career, the reality of his situation finally set in for Damian Henderson.
With another athletic cycle on the verge of slipping away, local athletes have taken to social media, desperately trying to salvage a fall season.