Two local baseball players at opposite ends of the spectrum were selected Wednesday on the third and final day of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.
LOS ANGELES - It was quick, but she got in nonetheless.
The hype really hit last year with Stephen Strasburg.
Despite finishing in the bottom half at the NCAA Division I Golf Championships at The Honors Course in Chattanooga, Tenn., locals Max Homa and Nick Delio finished strong on Thursday.
When is 1-under 71 a disappointing score?
Nick Delio couldn't get his game back on Wednesday.
Both locals at the NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships struggled on Tuesday during the first round of play at The Honors Course in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Valencia High graduate Max Homa is joining Cal State Northridge golfer and Saugus grad Nick Delio in this week's NCAA Division I Men's Golf Championships at The Honors Course in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Cal State Northridge is one of the rare NCAA Division I universities in the country where athletes don't stick out in class.
With baseball season over and graduation season in full force, Foothill Leaguers are solidifying plans for the future.
Could she do it again?
The answer is yes.
In an effort to ready themselves for a possible, maybe even likely, moratorium on metal bats, the coaches of the Valley invitational Baseball League have decided to switch to wood bats for this summer's season.
The difference between pass or fail for two local golfers on Monday was one stroke.
On Friday morning, 2004 Valencia High graduate Danny Worth was 45 minutes south of his hometown in a hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES - Valencia High graduate Danny Worth returned home Friday night to play his first-ever game at Dodger Stadium.
New England Patriots running back and Valencia High graduate Shane Vereen has his reasons for conducting a football camp at Valencia High this Saturday morning, and they all involve home.
Editor's note: Today marks the seventh in a series in which we recognize athletes at the local high schools who represent their respective schools not so much by what they do on the field, but off of it. We call them "More than an athlete."
Editor's note: Today marks the sixth in a series in which we recognize athletes at the local high schools who represent their respective schools not so much by what they do on the field, but off of it. We call them "More than an athlete."
On the heels of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft and nearing the midway point in the professional baseball season, we get back to our own summertime tradition.
In a season of change, Valencia High School made another big shift on Friday by relieving longtime boys head basketball coach Rocket Collins of his duties.
One said it was a crazy day. The other said it was a long day.
Valencia High graduate Alison Lee is in St. Louis today representing the United States for the 2014 Curtis Cup - a biannual event pitting the U.S. team, made up of the best amateur females in the country, against the Great Britain and Ireland teams.
In the last five-year span (2009 to 2013), Major League Baseball teams have selected a Santa Clarita Valley product 38 times in the First-Year Player Draft and the fewest selected in one year was four in 2013.
We're going all over the place on this one, so stay with us.
Golden Valley's tremendous golf year has come to an end.
Baseball is as traditional a sport as you get.
Golden Valley sophomore Jonathan Kang advanced to the CIF/SCGA Regional State Qualifier (or the Southern California championship) with a 3-over 74 on Tuesday at the CIF-Southern Section Boys Golf Individual Championship.
This "youth" label kept getting in the way of Santa Clarita Christian baseball considering itself a bona fide CIF-championship caliber team this season.
Mike Killinger, who took over as interim Valencia High baseball head coach when Jared Snyder was put on a leave of absence on March 21, has been hired to take over the job on a permanent basis.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Blame was never an option.