1934 Warriors


The 1934 Warriors include, top row, left to right, William Shallies (manager), Edward Fritz, Marvin Mason (21), Robert Doupe (22),
Robert Bronson (13), Pasquel Valdez (11), Jim Farris (18), Fay Adams (20), Pete Errecart (3), and coach John Matthews, middle row, Pete Ramos,
Frank Cowan, George Doyle, Howard Ballagh, George McLarity, Roy Freeman, William Weldon, Alvin Kearns, and Leo Urrea, front row,
Eddie Hornberger (19), Jack McDaniel (7), Benny Ward (6), Frank Narez (10), George Rees (9), Buddie Smith (12), Arthur Ballagh (16), and Bernardo Mendoza (1).


Warriors 2nd In Desert League

In head coach Matthews only season in Tehachapi, the 1934 Warriors finished with a final season record of 3-8-1.
However, in their second year in the Desert League, the Warriors did very well finishing in 2nd place with a 2-2 record.

Playing under the lights, a highlight for the Warriors during the 1934 season was a shocking 6-0 victory over the Taft Lightweights on September 28 on the Oilers' home field. According to the Bakersfield Californian, the game was witnessed by more than 3,000 fans under the lights. This was a boomtown era (because of oil) in the Taft-Maricopa area and spectator sports were very popular! Taft was ready when Tehachapi returned on October 27 for another game, this time the Taft JV's (Bobcats) clobbered Tehachapi, 27-0.


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Game-by-Game Results

OPPONENTTHSOPPLGAME HIGHLIGHT
Sep 19Wasco 00 13A
Sep 22Bishop 00 06H
Sep 28Taft Lightweights 06 00A
Oct 6Bishop 06 26A
Oct 13Victorville *  00 20A
Oct 19Barstow *  06 00H
Oct 26Antelope Valley (Lancaster) *  06 47A
Oct 31Taft JV's (Bobcats) 00 27A
Nov 3Needles *  13 00H
Nov 12Lone Pine 06 06A"Armistice Day" Game
Nov 17Lone Pine 00 06H
Nov 24Bakersfield JV's (Sandabs) 00 26ASandabs unbeaten in 5 years!

* Denotes League Game


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