Sifting through all this dirty yellow laundry to find the one missing piece of information that matters is tough.
Some Santa Clarita Valley teams should win a CIF championship this fall.
Kansas City is the center of the baseball world.
CANOGA PARK - A pair of blowout wins against far lesser teams might not reveal much. So how about a comfortable victory against a defending CIF champion?
The lasting image from last year's Valencia-Saugus matchup in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division semifinal was Viking Jay Jay Wilson standing over Centurions receiver Timmy Kahovec.
What did we learn from Week 1 in the Foothill League?
Golden Valley junior golfer Elisa Pierre says of course she wants to be great.
Here's where mathematics comes into play.
Get used to these names because it looks like not much will be changing the rest of the year in the West Valley Division poll.
There are positions or units that define many football programs.
Hart High freshman Ty Heid looked up through his helmet as two bodies clung to his lower half on Thursday night at Canyon High School's Harry Welch Stadium.
Why is this American League Championship Series important to you?
Going into Thursday's football games, the leading passing offense in the Southern Section was ...
Valencia Vikings football players were pretty relaxed after losing 72-42 to national No. 18 Centennial of Corona on Thursday night at Valencia High School.
Before Golden Valley golfer Elisa Pierre runs off with the Foothill League Player of the Year, West Ranch freshman Mack Bailey will have something to say about it.
The offers for Valencia High football star Jay Jay Wilson have arrived in droves.
Buck Britton is one of those athletes who got away.
While we're waiting for the other shoe to drop in the potential mega contract of one Hart High graduate, news has happened elsewhere for other professional baseball players with Santa Clarita Valley ties.
It wasn't realistic to expect Valencia girls basketball to match its first-half output in the second half of Tuesday's game against Golden Valley at Valencia High.
What seemingly was a ho-hum 72-50 Valencia boys basketball win over Golden Valley on Tuesday at Valencia High could be viewed as so much more.
The two-week span beginning Jan. 18, 2015 and ending Feb. 1, 2015 will be the most eventful such time frame for Santa Clarita Valley professional athletes ever.
We didn't predict a Foothill League finish this season for boys basketball, but this is how we would have rated the top three going into Foothill League play: 1. Valencia 2. Hart 3. West Ranch.
A huge sigh could be heard across the campus of The Master's College on Saturday.
Arguably the most-decorated athlete in Trinity Classical Academy's young history will be playing basketball collegiately.
College of the Canyons men's basketball refused to let a leading scorer get them again.
This is what Hart girls basketball set out to become in 2011 when head coach Terra Palmer took over the program.
The margin for error in a Foothill League basketball game is so slim.
This was College of the Canyons women's basketball being College of the Canyons women's basketball.
Any Foothill League opener arrives with a heavy feeling of anticipation. But this one felt even heavier.
The Valencia Vikings girls basketball team was considered one of the deepest Foothill League teams.