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Football ready to kick off

By Kern Valley Sun / August 2, 2017

By Ray Conner Sports Editor If you haven’t noticed yet you will soon hear the pads cracking, the coaches yelling, and the kids breaking a sweat as football is back in the Kern River Valley. This past week (July 24-28) the Kern Valley Youth Football and Cheerleading Program kicked off their season with a version […]

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Fishing With Noble: Weekend Warriors Hit the Kern

By Kern Valley Sun / August 2, 2017

By Noble Smith What I mean by weekend warriors is someone that works all week then fishes a few hours on the weekend. Most do not have a very large tackle selection. They rely on us tackle retailers here in the valley to help them out. Working all week and driving several hours is a […]

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Benefits of playing youth sports

By Kern Valley Sun / August 2, 2017

By Shank Dian ArticlesFactory.com Allow children to explore all sports until they find the one that they are passionate about. You will never have to worry about them wanting to go to practice when they find a sport that they are passionate about. They will gain many benefits from participating in that sport. Youth sports […]

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Co-ed softball begins to wind down

By Kern Valley Sun / August 2, 2017

  By Ray Conner Sports Editor Almost two-thirds of the way through the season, the Kern Valley Co-ed Softball League still has a battle on their hands. Four teams are currently trying to overtake the Outsiders who are the current leaders. Havoc, the Blasters, and the Mixed Nuts are breathing down their necks in hopes […]

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Mt. Mesa Lanes reopens, signs contract with TVS

By Kern Valley Sun / July 26, 2017

  By George Stahl Special to the Sun You may have noticed that the bowling alley in Mt. Mesa has been a hub of activity this past month. You were especially made aware of it if you were one of the hundreds who attended the Grand Opening of Mt. Mesa Lanes on Saturday, July 22. […]

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First round closes with a split in the standings

By Kern Valley Sun / July 26, 2017

  By Ray Conner Sports Editor In the co-ed softball league this season their are the haves, the maybes, and the have nots. Half of the 10 teams are playing for the top spot, while three are battling to get even. The final two are waging their own war to see which team has the […]

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Bushling named Cal-Hi State Athlete of the Year

By Kern Valley Sun / July 26, 2017

Press Release Cal-Hi Sports Congratulations to the following boys for being selected as a 2016-17 Cal-Hi Sports State Athlete of the Year: SENIORS Division V schools: Zach Bushling (Kern Valley, Lake Isabella) Football, Basketball, Baseball Starting off his three-sport senior season, Bushling passed for 1,338 yards and nine touchdowns while also rushing for 272 yards […]

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