A week off from competition and practice just weeks before postseason play can be troublesome for coaches and players alike.
Hundreds upon hundreds of friends and family overflowed Greenlawn Funeral Home Southwest on Sunday to remember and celebrate the life of Will Smith.
The Central Section boys tennis team playoff brackets have been announced and no Kern County teams were awarded No. 1 seeds.
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.
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.
Tyler Schilhabel and D.J. Reed never played a snap of football on the same team at Independence, but their paths crossed in high school plenty and then came back full circle on Monday.
Player of the Year: Edward “Squid” Turner, senior, Foothill - The four-year varsity starter capped off his star-studded high school career with 12 points and nine rebounds in the CIF State Division V Championship as the Trojans beat Mt. Shasta 78-66. It was the program’s second state title a…
Player of the Year: Kathy Rodriguez, senior, McFarland - The four-year varsity standout for the Cougars averaged 13.8 points and 14.2 rebounds per game this season, and helped lead the Cougars to the CIF State Division III Championship. During the Cougars’ eight playoff games, Rodriguez aver…
The scene on March 5 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento felt like a red-wave from Kern County infiltrated the state capital.
Liberty senior Daniel Viveros took home first place at the prestigious Arcadia Invitational on Saturday with a shot put throw of 66 feet, 9.75 inches. It's the second straight year Viveros finished first overall at the Southern California meet, which brings in top high school athletes from t…
Wrestler of The Year: Ryan Morphis, senior, Frontier - Completed one of the top finishes at the CIF State Championships this season. The senior lost to an unseeded wrestler in the opening pigtail round of the championship bracket on the first day of the three-day tournament only to turn arou…
Wrestler of the Year: Shareni Donis, South - The three-time Central Section Masters champion went from becoming the first girls wrestler at South to finishing fourth at the CIF State Championships as a senior. Donis went 46-6 at 150 pounds this season and finishes her four-year career with a…
Ever since Juan Gamino took over as the girls wrestling coach at Golden Valley three years ago, he’s been wanting a hat.
When the Central Section expanded its boys wrestling tournament format from two to five divisions, it did a lot for the smaller programs throughout the region.
Only two high school boys soccer players in California and seven in the United States scored more goals this season than Garces junior striker Ebubechukwu Ekpemogu.
Player of the Year: Ebubechukwu Ekpemogu, junior, Garces - In an incredible display of offense, the Garces junior forward was the most dynamic scorer in the region this season. With 43 goals and another eight assists, Ekpemogu helped lead the Rams to the Southwest Yosemite League title, the …
Ty Rose is a history buff and a history teacher, so the Foothill boys soccer coach immediately looked to the past while in the middle of what he considered to be the greatest moment of the 2019 season.
Paul Golla, the new head coach at Garces High School, likes what he sees of his new team thus far, even without the pads and footballs.
The Liberty boys tennis team has been without a home all season as the courts on campus have been under renovation for several months.
In what will be his first extended interview with local media, Michael Stewart will sit down with The Californian's Robert Price for a special installment of TBC Media's "One on One" webcast to talk about his new job — head football coach at Bakersfield High School.