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Healthy ways to build muscle naturally

By Kern Valley Sun / May 28, 2019

Courtesy of MetroCreative.com Reshaping one’s body takes time and commitments, though shortcuts can be tempting when trying to get fit. The desire to see instant results can lead some people to make potentially dangerous mistakes in the name of looking good. There are various ways to safely build natural muscle. Novices should always consult their […]

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Celebrate female soccer greats as the Women’s World Cup begins

By Kern Valley Sun / May 28, 2019

Courtesy of MetroCreative.com The FIFA Women’s World Cups begins June 7 in Paris, when the host nation squares off against Korea. If the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup is any indication, hundreds of millions of television viewers across the globe will tune in this summer to see the world’s best female footballers battle it out […]

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Hayes named PEAAK Award winner

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Helen Hayes of Kern Valley High School was in top performance as she earned a PEAAK Award from the Kern High School District. The PEAAK Awards honor students and athletes who have exemplified themselves in their sport or activity. Hayes was a nominee along with classmate Hannah Hurley for Best […]

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Wearing life jackets: Best way to survive an emergency

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

Press Release DBW With the official kickoff of the boating season approaching this coming Memorial Day weekend, the Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW) is reminding water enthusiasts to keep themselves and their loved ones safe during National Safe Boating Week and throughout the year. DBW advises boaters to always check the water conditions­­––whether it’s […]

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Prevent blisters while hiking

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

Courtesy of MetroCreative.com Hiking is a popular sport that takes people into the great outdoors on a regular basis. Hiking over varied terrain and up inclines and down declines is a great way to push the cardiovascular system and build up muscles in the lower body. There are many opportunities to have a wonderful time […]

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Popular sports for spring and summer

By Kern Valley Sun / May 21, 2019

Courtesy of MetroCreative.com Sports are a favorite pastime for many children and adults. The benefits of participating in sports are too numerous to mention, but include learning to be part of a team, improving physical fitness and developing sportsmanship. The fitness building resource PHITAmerica notes that participation in sports helps build character and social skills. […]

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Lady Broncs advance to semifinals

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Kern Valley’s varsity softball team is marching into the semifinals for the second straight year. The Lady Broncs took care of a pair of opponents in advancing to the semifinals of the CIF Central Section Division 5 playoffs. Kern Valley dispatched Immanuel easily 10-0, and slipped past Rosamond 7-4. The […]

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Driskell medals in high jump

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor Rachel Driskell of the Lady Broncs finished off her season by taking fourth at the CIF Central Section South Area Championships. Driskell was one of three Kern Valley athletes that would compete. Bella Williams would run in two events, while Jeffrey Cawein was initially an alternate, but he got his […]

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KV’s playoff road ends in Bishop

By Kern Valley Sun / May 15, 2019

By Ray Conner Sports Editor The Broncs baseball season came to an end when they traveled to Bishop on May 10. Kern Valley’s playoff run was stopped as the Broncos broke open a close game in the fifth. With the score sitting at 1-0 in favor of Kern Valley, the Bishop team came to bat […]

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