Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals girls soccer senior Colette Blake said the first half of her team's game with Rolling Hills Prep of San Pedro on Thursday felt like it was being played on a tilt.
Although the jobs have been listed on the William S. Hart Union High School District website, it doesn't mean that Golden Valley's current boys basketball and boys soccer coaches won't return next season to guide their respective teams.
Quite the opening act. But not the way the Hart Indians basketball team would have liked it. The Indians survived - barely - and defeated the North Torrance Saxons 86-83 on Wednesday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division IIIAAA playoffs at Hart High. The game was too much like Indians' 62-61 loss that cost them the Foothill League championship last Friday - a game in which they led early and lost the ...
There was a game being played in the gymnasium. Two teams going at it with a goal to win. There were blowouts, close games and classics this season. That doesn't even include what happened on the court. The game was the one being played between the Foothill League's student sections. In a twice-a-week game of one-upsmanship, the six Foothill schools prided themselves on almost a fictional Foothill League title - the title of ...
No way the West Ranch Wildcats were going to keep up. Not with pressure, piled on top of smothering pressure by the Valencia Vikings girls basketball team. That was the mind-set of a determined Valencia team that defeated West Ranch at West Ranch High on Friday 71-52. With the victory, the Vikings (20-7 overall, 9-1 Foothill League) split the Foothill League championship with Canyon. It marks the first title for Valencia since 2005. "Finally," said ...
One by one, as West Ranch Wildcats seniors exited the game late in the fourth quarter at West Ranch High, they kissed the school logo at center court.
Valencia High senior safety and four-year varsity starter Tedric Thompson decided not to go to the school where his brother and friend play.
For the Valencia Vikings and Canyon Cowboys girls basketball teams, it's simple. If each team wins it splits the Foothill League title.
Valencia High senior safety and four-year varsity starter Tedric Thompson confirmed to The Signal this morning that he has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Colorado.
In a way, one could say Canyon Cowboys boys basketball shot itself in the foot on Tuesday night by not taking advantage of second chances.
Can Canyon close? That's the question set up by the Cowboys girls basketball team's 63-35 win on Tuesday at Canyon High over the Saugus Centurions. If Canyon (21-4 overall, 8-1 Foothill League) beats heavy underdog Hart, the worst it could do is a share of the Foothill League title with Valencia - a fourth straight championship for the Cowboys. "Our goal is to finish strong," said Canyon sophomore Delaney McCann, who scored eight ...
We are just one week away from the CIF-Southern Section winter playoffs. Rankings released by the CIF-SS give an indication as to who is postseason bound next week. The highest ranked teams are in boys basketball. If Foothill League co-leaders West Ranch and Hart can close out this week with victories, they will likely see top four seeds in the playoffs. West Ranch (17-6) is at No. 3 in the Division IA poll behind No. ...
The Canyon Cowboys girls basketball team's celebration Friday after their 52-45 win over the Valencia Vikings at Valencia High rivals only one other celebration in Foothill League play this year.
These are the anti-Valencia Vikings. For years, the Vikings have had this reputation - transition team, athletic team, defense comes second, led by a star. "I laugh at that," says veteran Valencia head coach Rocket Collins, acknowledging that he's heard the label. This season's Valencia team is nothing like that - it's a team that will beat you on the perimeter, beats teams with its diversity, is committed to defense and is a ...
Last Friday was the marquee matchup for the Foothill League boys basketball season. This Friday is the marquee matchup for the Foothill League girls basketball season. First-place Valencia hosts second-place Canyon in the most significant remaining local girls basketball game of the regular season. The significance is simple for Valencia - win and the Vikings are two games up on Canyon with two to play, meaning a Friday victory would, at worst, give them a ...
Christine Jennings and Alex Meyer were the big winners at the USA Swimming Open Water National Championships on Friday at lower Castaic Lake.
After Canyon baseball lost on Thursday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs at Loyola High School in Los Angeles, Cowboys head coach Adam Schulhofer took the opportunity of having a quiet bus to give his players some good news.
This one hurts.
The West Ranch Wildcats had to battle to the very last game of the regular season to win their second straight Foothill League baseball title.
Hart High School's highly touted offensive duo has significant college offers on the table.
A young Santa Clarita Christian softball team came into last week a win away from a Liberty League championship.
There's one word for it - shock.
Coming into the 2013 softball season, there was a lot of hope within the Santa Clarita Valley that come playoff time, a Foothill League team could make a run.
For one of the most competitive baseball seasons in Santa Clarita Valley prep history, the area gets no rewards in the CIF-Southern Section playoffs.
The most successful boys tennis season in Golden Valley High history ended Wednesday with the Grizzlies losing 16-2 to La Canada High in La Canada in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs.
The Hart Indians boys tennis team is still alive in the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs and it can thank two unlikely heroes.
Mother's Day is Sunday and Dylan Freyre will go camping with his mother, Stacy, to celebrate.
West Ranch outfielder Tony Slauson verbally committed to Cal State Northridge earlier this month, according to Wildcats head coach Casey Burrill.