As a receiver and kick returner, Ramon Henderson hasn't exactly been lacking in the big play department in his time at Liberty.
Frontier closed out a solid season with an eighth-place finish in the SoCal Regional girls golf championships at Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena on Wednesday afternoon.
With everything that has happened in the last three months, it’s crazy to think that nearly half of Kern County’s high school football teams will still be in action Friday night as we enter the second week of playoff action.
It was one of those Knights for the Bakersfield Christian volleyball team, and that proved to be the difference in the final three sets Tuesday night.
The No. 7-seeded Mustangs lost 3-0 to No. 10 Rancho Cucamonga on Tuesday. The match was played at Stockdale High. The Mustangs finished the season with a 27-10 overall record.
Watching Lexi Reynish play volleyball, you get the feeling she’d be just as comfortable helping your grandmother cross the street.
For a long time, it seemed like nothing short of divine intervention would end a wild Central Section championship volleyball match between Bakersfield Christian and Stockdale on Saturday.
Following a disastrous start to its Central Section Division I Volleyball title match against Clovis West, it didn't seem like Liberty could possible win Saturday.
I'm afraid my roller coaster-riding days have long since passed. My body just doesn't seem to react well to all the latest drops, twists and turns.
This was a year of change for the Bakersfield High Driller football team. However, between all the change, there was one constant. That is the Drillers hosting Clovis East in the opening round of the Central Section Division I playoffs.
On paper it looks like another dominant victory for the Garces girls tennis team, but for those who watched Sierra Kent play Tuesday afternoon, it was much more.
Delano High School officials said Sunday they will continue to investigate an alleged Friday night game attack along the Tigers' sideline by at least 16 uniformed Delano football players against a lone Mission Oak player.
Stockdale’s Iris Han won the Central Section Golf Championships on Monday by shooting a one-under par 71 at River Island Golf Club in Porterville.
The thinning of the herd will continue this week with girls tennis, volleyball, water polo and football all knee-deep in the Central Section playoffs.
The South Area girls tennis tournament is in the books and it should come as no surprise that Garces, Stockdale and Bakersfield Christian will be well-represented ainnext week’s Central Section girls tennis individual championships. Garces is the host school for both events.
Two of Bakersfield’s recently crowned league champions were rewarded with first-round byes in the Central Section football playoffs that start Friday.
The similarities between the rise of the Shafter and Chavez football teams is startling, especially when you consider the road each traveled to South Sequoia League supremacy this season.
With an outright league title still up for grabs, Liberty made sure to strengthen its stranglehold on the SWYL against an overmatched Bakersfield High team on Friday night.
Mira Monte beat Taft 3-0 (25-12, 27-25, 25-15) in the opening round of the Central Section Division IV volleyball playoffs Thursday. The Lions, seeded No. 3 in the tournament bracket, will take the court Tuesday in a home match against No. 6 Porterville in the quarterfinals round.
It took an extra day to complete — thanks to a freak windstorm that blew into town on Wednesday — but the first round of the Central Section girls tennis playoffs is finally in the books.
High winds, and the corresponding blowing dust and debris, forced the postponement of a handful of Central Section girls tennis first-round playoff matches scheduled in Kern County on Wednesday.
Although it may have been hard to tell by looking at her, Iris Han was not happy with her start at the South Area girls golf tournament on Tuesday afternoon.