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Virgil Ray Eller, Sr.

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

Virgil Ray Eller, Sr., was age 82 at the time of his passing. He passed away peacefully in his home with his wife and children by his side on Sunday, March 31. Virgil Ray was born on July 2, 1936, in Canebrake, Calif., to his mother, Grace Nieto/Bencoma, and siblings Gary Bencoma and Trudy Barraza. […]

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Elizabeth Ann (Becky) Sizemore

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

Becky was born in Bakersfield, Calif., on January 11, 1943, and passed in Lake Isabella, Calif., on March 30, 2019. She worked most of her adult life in the food service industry in Bakersfield and Lake Isabella. She was preceded in death by her longtime partner, Kenneth Hazelwood; parents, Doug and Virginia McAtee; her grandparents, […]

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Kern Valley stays in HDL hunt

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Broncs varsity baseball squad hangs on to beat Boron. Earlier in the year, Kern Valley lost to the Bobcats. This game was a chance to return the favor. These two teams were also battling to stay in the High Desert League title hunt. The Broncs came into the home […]

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KV sweeps pair of meets

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Lady Broncs track squad competed in a tri-meet and then an invitational this week. In the High Desert League, Kern Valley was able to collect a pair of wins over the teams from Boron and Cal City. Cal City competed due to the fact that the earlier meet was […]

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Lady Broncs keep rolling

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley’s varsity softball squad continues to march through their opponents. This time it was a 15-0 victory over Boron to stay unbeaten in High Desert League action. The Lady Broncs scored in every at bat in the five-inning home game. They started the road to the win with two […]

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Broncs do the splits in Boron

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

Kern Valley’s boys track squad made the trip to Boron for a tri-meet. The Broncs would square off with Boron and Cal City. The Ravens were present as the earlier meet with Kern Valley was postponed due to unsafe track conditions. The Broncs would split the meets as they slipped past Boron 54-50, while falling […]

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Polar Plunge: Freezing for funds

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

On Friday, April 5, 2019, South Fork students participated in the annual Polar Plunge, helping to raise money for the Kern Valley Aquatics Program. The KVAP offers swimming lessons, junior lifeguarding and other summer programs for KRV residents. This year, the Polar Plunge brought in $550.      

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JV squads short on playing time

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley’s jayvee teams have not gotten much of a chance to play games this season. For those that were wondering why there has been a lack of coverage of the junior varsity baseball and softball teams from Kern Valley, here are some of the reasons why. Between other schools […]

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The Master’s Championship by the numbers

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor This week, starting on Thursday, one of the most prestigious golf tournaments in the world will take place in Georgia. The Masters, is the first Major championship that makes up the Grand Slam of golf. The tournament is held in Augusta, Ga., at the Augusta National Golf Club Course. There […]

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All-Area selections from Kern Valley

By Kern Valley Sun / April 10, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Some Kern Valley athletes were selected to The Bakersfield Californian’s 2019 BVarsity All-Area teams for the winter season of sports. Across three sports, eight athletes were selected to the teams. The highest selection was Hannah Hurley of the Lady Broncs basketball squad. She was named to the All-Area first team. […]

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