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Two Broncs teams headed to Super Bowl

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

  By Ray Conner Sports Editor Two Kern Valley youth football teams will make an appearance in the Youth Football Super Bowl. After both teams finished the regular season at 9-0, they received a first round bye. They went to the semifinals and both were victorious. The sophomore squad escaped with a hard-fought 14-13 win, […]

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Kern Valley running season continues

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

By Don Hazard Coach’s Submission Here’s the latest news on the Kern Valley cross country teams. On Nov. 7 the cross country team traveled to Rosamond for the High Desert League Championships. Teams from Rosamond, Bishop, Cal City, Desert, Boron and Frazier Mountain were all there. Eight out of ten Kern Valley varsity runners set […]

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How to prevent sports injuries in young athletes

By Kern Valley Sun / November 14, 2018

By Metro Creative Sports Sports are a great tool to teach young people various lessons. Sports can instill a sense of teamwork and responsibility in youngsters while promoting a physically active lifestyle that can benefit kids into adulthood. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that roughly 30 million children participate in youth sports […]

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Leagues rolling on the lanes

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Most of the bowling leagues at Mt. Mesa Lanes are about 10 weeks into their season. Currently, there are six leagues running. The only days that a league is not currently operating are Tuesday, when the lanes are closed, and Friday, when Mt. Mesa Lanes holds a no-tap tournament. To […]

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Freshmen shut out in playoffs

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley’s freshmen youth football team opened their playoff action against Rosamond. This past Saturday, the Broncs were over matched against a strong Rosamond team and went down in defeat 33-0. Playing on Saturday, Kern Valley traveled to Rosamond to start the playoffs. They were dominated by their opponent as […]

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The Kern River Valley 12U softball team

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

The Kern River Valley 12U softball team competed in the Bakersfield BASA Fall Ball softball league. They practiced locally in the Kern Valley and played doubleheaders in Bakersfield on Sundays. They had a very successful season competing against the big city teams, ending with an overall score of 10-2. The Kern Valley squad consisted of […]

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Wallace running to raise funds for field trip

By Kern Valley Sun / November 6, 2018

PRESS RELEASE Woodrow Wallace Elem. Students at Wallace Elementary School will be running for funds. That’s right, Laps for Learning is planned on November 16, 2018. Laps for Learning Fun Run is where students walk/run laps for pledges and donations. It’s an opportunity for them to have fun, while doing something healthy and supporting their […]

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Broncs finish up with a victory

By Kern Valley Sun / October 30, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Broncs win last game to build for next season. Playing the last game of the year, Kern Valley made the trip to Rosamond to take on the Roadrunners. The loser would have the distinction of finishing last in the High Desert League. The winner would go into the next season […]

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Wallace takes ‘consolation’ in winning

By Kern Valley Sun / October 30, 2018

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Traveling to end their season, the seventh grade Lady Colts from Wallace were able to collect a trophy. On October 27, the Lady Colts opened with a match against Greenfield to begin the Bear Mountain League Tournament. It would take three games before they would be dropped into the consolation […]

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