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Kern Valley ready for softball action

By Kern Valley Sun / March 4, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Kern Valley jayvee softball squad prepares to swing into the season. The Lady Broncs return six players from last year, and head coach Scott Tedrow will guide them once again. He was asked the following preview questions and his answers follow: 1. What year of coaching are you in? […]

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Fastest road in the west presented by Cal Club

By Kern Valley Sun / March 4, 2019

Press Release CAL Club This very special race weekend has something for everyone on March 2 and 3 at Willow Springs Raceway. Rounds five and six of the Western Conference Majors series will be held at the historic SCCA Willow Springs Raceway for a spring time visit and the competition will be fierce. This will […]

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Young Broncs take to the field

By Kern Valley Sun / March 4, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Broncs jayvee baseball team is ready to do battle on the field. Kern Valley has no returners from last year, so this squad of young athletes will have to quickly adjust to the high school baseball game. Head coach Bill Gallis is back with the reins and was asked […]

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Lady Broncs advance in playoffs

By Kern Valley Sun / February 19, 2019

By Ray ConnerSports Editor The varsity Lady Broncs continued their drive to a CIF championship. Kern Valley won their first two games of the Division 5 CIF playoffs. It started with rival Bishop coming to town. The Lady Broncs once again dominated their rival as they opened the convincing 65-29 victory over Bishop. Two days […]

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Lightner headed to States

By Kern Valley Sun / February 19, 2019

By Wes Woody Coach‘s Submission The Broncs sent two male wrestlers and one female wrestler to this week’s Grand Masters tournament. Jacob Lightner was the lone medalist placing 6th after losing in the semi-finals and qualifying for the state tournament for his third time in his high school career. Diego Tapia was able to finish […]

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Lady Broncs suffer loss to Bishop in CIF playoffs

By Kern Valley Sun / February 19, 2019

By Tom Cormack Coach’s Submission On a stormy night on Feb. 12, the Lady Broncs headed four hours north to face off with Bishop in the opening CIF playoff game of 2019. In the cold rain, with the temperature hovering in the high 30s, the two teams lit the night with fire. The first 30 […]

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Colts claim El Tejon Tournament

By Kern Valley Sun / February 19, 2019

By Tiffany Edge Coach’s Submission The Woodrow Wallace seventh grade Colts basketball team ended the week with an astounding four game winning streak. The Colts traveled to Boron to take on the Bobcats. In the first game, the Colts walked away with a 26-10 win. The win was a team effort as Kaegan McCarthy led […]

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Mt. Mesa Men’s Club to hold Golf tournament

By Kern Valley Sun / February 19, 2019

Press Release Mt. Mesa Men’s Mt. Mesa Men’s club will be holding their annual golf tournament April 20, at Rio Bravo Country Club. The donation is $400 a team ($100 a person). They are a non-profit group that gives scholarships to the local high school students. The $100 per person entry fee covers green fees, […]

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South Fork grabs victory to end their season

By Kern Valley Sun / February 19, 2019

By Fred Roach Coach’s Submission The South Fork boys’ basketball team ended its season with a 27-11 win over Immanuel Christian of Ridgecrest. The game was the last for the five graduating eighth graders who played a very inspiring game. Defense was again the priority for the Mustangs as they held Immanuel to zero points […]

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Broncs send two to CIF Masters

By Kern Valley Sun / February 12, 2019

By Wes Woody Coach’s Submission For the first time in 19 years, Kern Valley wrestling has a CIF Champion: Jacob Lightner. Wrestling at 285 pounds, he pinned his way through the Central Section Division 4 Championships. Lightner was able to take home the Gold, qualify for Masters and get selected as the Outstanding Upper Weight […]

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