Some of the Tehachapi Valley Wrestling Club wrestlers got an early jump on the season at the Kern County Wrestling Association's Zombie Takedown Tournament held Oct. 29 in Bakersfield.â€œThis was a great tournament for our kids to get some mat time and get a cool Zombie Medal,â€? said head coach Curtis Nelson.Earning first place were Michael Ramirez in the K-1 grade 40-pound Division and Cade Peterson in the 2-3 Grade 65-pound Division.
Eight-year-old Kayden Gonzales made the most out of his recent trip to Las Vegas.On Oct. 21, Kayden wrestled in the toughest preseason event, the Vegas Freakshow. Wrestlers from throughout the nation show up to test their early mat skills.
Local Tehachapi BMX racers competed in the Blackjack National BMX race held in Reno on Oct. 13-15.Kayden Gonzales raced all three days in the 8-year-old Novice division. This was his first time on a track that wasn't his home track of Metro in Bakersfield.“We wanted to get Kayden more experience and to see how he would do on a different track,” said Curtis Nelson, Kayden’s grandfather.Kayden showed he was there to compete and place.
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