The Renegade Rip

The Condors set to return

Tiarra McCormick, Reporter

October 4, 2019

The Bakersfield, Condors owned by the Edmonton Oilers, hosted their preseason game on Sept. 27 against the Stockton Heat. The home game took place at the Mechanics Bank Arena. The Condors mascots Colonel Claw’d, Baby Cal, and Riggs are used to helping keep the momentum going when there is a break during the game. There are thirty-eight players on the team that play in vario...

Teddy Bear Toss collects 10,0549 stuffed toys

Teddy Bear Toss collects 10,0549 stuffed toys

November 30, 2017

Bakersfield came out to participate in the 19th Annual Teddy Bear Toss at Rabobank Arena Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 25, where the Bakersfield Condors defeated...

CALM is Kern’s true home of the condors

CALM is Kern’s true home of the condors

December 2, 2016

The California Living Museum added two new creatures to its menagerie on Nov. 18. For the first time, a pair of male California condors were transferred...

BC clubs collect teddy bears for the Condors’ teddy bear toss

Marcus Castro

November 18, 2015

Clubs at Bakersfield College are participating in the gathering of teddy bears for the Condors' teddy bear toss game where the bears will be tossed onto the ice rink. The clubs that are participating in the collecting of teddy bears are the GSA Club, Veterans Club, Agriculture Club, Chemistry Club, Outdoors Club, Tutoring Club, and the Student Nursing Club. Chad Hildalgo,...

Condors to help choir

Brooke Howard, Features Editor

February 24, 2015

The Bakersfield Condors are teaming up with the Bakersfield College Choral Program for a fundraising event that will help the Chamber Singers fly to Rome, Italy in June. The BC choir is selling lower level tickets for $18 and upper level tickets for $13. Their goal is to sell two hundred tickets to receive half of the proceeds. “If we sell 200 tickets we will receive...

Retired condors goalie signs new book in town

Hannah Breeland, Reporter

November 28, 2012

A retired Condors goalie, now chief correspondent for “E! News,” Ken Baker held a book signing at Barnes and Noble for his new book “Fangirl.”  The book is a work of fiction that hit stores on Nov. 16. Baker, who played as a goalie for the Condors during the 2001-2002 season, has a special place in his heart for Bakersfield. “It’s like a temple (Rabobank...

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