We'll never know who's better head-to-head this season - Hart Indians boys basketball or the West Ranch Wildcats.
Every Valencia girls basketball game since the winter of 2009, there has been an antithesis in the gymnasium.
Surprise. Honor. Tears. Those were some of the immediate reactions that the College of the Canyons 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees felt when they were first informed of their honor. On Thursday, the reactions were results of appreciation as four former COC athletes, a coach and a team were inducted into the Hall of Fame at the Hyatt Regency Valencia. "Finally, at my age, I'm starting to develop an awareness. This is special," said ...
Before the Foothill League season started, the first game was circled on the calendar as the marquee boys basketball matchup of the season.
Football season may be in the distance, but honors keep coming for Santa Clarita Valley athletes.
There's one thing West Ranch has been lacking this season, and it almost came back to bite the Wildcats on Tuesday at Valencia High.
If the Valencia Vikings girls basketball team needed a scare sometime in Foothill League play, it came on Tuesday.
West Ranch defensive lineman Jake Lambirth has verbally committed to play football for Cornell University.
They wouldn't admit it, but the Valencia Vikings boys basketball team knew that a win against the Hart Indians at Hart High would have put in concrete that they are a legitimate Foothill League title contender.
She's still trying to figure it out. Is it rehearsal, number retirement then rehearsal dinner? Is it number retirement, rehearsal then rehearsal dinner? Whatever order it will be, it will be a hectic Feb. 1 for Hart High basketball great and former WNBA player Taylor Lilley. On that day, Lilley's No. 1 will be retired in a ceremony at Hart High at halftime of the boys basketball game between Hart and Golden Valley. That same ...
Feb. 8, 2011 - Jan. 15, 2013. The tombstone is now set on Hart girls basketball's Foothill League winless run. For years the premier girls basketball program in the Santa Clarita Valley, the Indians have fallen on hard times, which included an 0-10 mark in 2012 in the Foothill League. On Tuesday, Hart defeated an up-and-coming Golden Valley team 53-44. The losing steak was 13 games. "It's bittersweet," said Hart head coach Terra Palmer of ...
Valencia boys basketball was away from the Santa Clarita Valley in the preleague season just long enough for people to forget about it.
Canyon girls basketball has been the best team in the Foothill League over the last three-plus seasons and this year the Cowboys are again a title favorite.
From her New York City room, 2012 All-Santa Clarita Valley and Foothill League player of the year Megan Dawe can remember the faces she made.
A lot of things had to go right for Canyon boys basketball to defeat West Ranch on Friday night at Canyon High.
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.
With so many strong teams in the field, not much was expected from the Foothill League's three teams in the CIF-Northern Team Divisional at Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai.
Something didn't feel quite right about the Hart Indians being up six runs on the West Ranch Wildcats on Friday at West Ranch High.
The Foothill League boys tennis prelims is usually an event of little surprise.
This Foothill League continues to be the wackiest in one respect and the most competitive in another respect in recent memory.
It was the bottom of the seventh inning.
There's hope at Golden Valley.
West Ranch boys golfer Joey Downey would have really had to have a blow-up round on Wednesday at TPC Valencia in the sixth and final Foothill League match to not win the league's Most Valuable Player.
Decisions, decisions, decisions and decisions.
The Hart Indians had to do something to stop the oncoming locomotive that is Valencia Vikings boys tennis.