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Stockdale has had its fair share of baseball and softball success over the years, but for surprise factor alone, it'll be hard to top this spring. The Mustangs clinched outright Southwest Yosemite League title in both baseball and softball Thursday
Stockdale golf coach Jim Keene was nervous going into the last Southwest Yosemite League boys mini tournament of the year. Keene urgently needed the Mustangs to turn in a solid performance Tuesday at The Links at RiverLakes Ranch.
Special to The Californian It is one of the most pressure-packed situations in all of sports. Penalty-kick scenarios in the game of soccer can bring the best and worst out of players as it is essentially goalie vs. shooter. But just when Friday's
Rarely do both teams come away feeling good or bad about themselves. Take Friday night's 1-1 draw between Frontier and Centennial in Southwest Yosemite League girls soccer action. Larissa Medina poked home a cross from Erin Glavin for Frontier on the
All-Area boys tennis team Singles Player of the Year D.J. Johnson, jr, East Singles record: 26-1 One of the top 10 players in Southern California in the under-16 division, Johnson was undefeated in high school singles and doubles before a three-set
Bakersfield High's wrestling team is no less hungry, no less motivated and no less focused that it was a year ago, when it was chasing a state title instead of defending one. It showed Saturday, when Drillers won 10 of the 14 finals matches in the
Stockdale just might have become Stockdale again on Tuesday night. The Mustangs' girls basketball team, a young group suffering through its worst stretch in years, found a way to fight back, knocking off league-leading Centennial 70-60 on the road. "
New league, tougher opponents, more depth...Stockdale's Leah Stewart beat Liberty's Isabella Busacca 6-4, 6-1 for the singles title, and the Mustangs' Chloe Kim and Aneessa Chowdhury beat Liberty's Karissa Coronel-Katie Sewell, 7-6 (13-11), 6-3, to
Independence's volleyball team really had every reason to celebrate: The second-year school had just knocked off Frontier in four games Thursday night for the first Southwest Yosemite League victory in school history. But, other than a short, sweet
Frontier's girls golf team spent its time after Wednesday's Southwest Yosemite League mini-tournament like it has spent the aftermath of most league tourneys. That is, dissecting the round, waiting for other teams to finish and asking Titans coaches