There's a place in the game of baseball for a guy who isn't a star, but can do everything.
Canyon High graduate and 2013 All-Santa Clarita Valley and All-Foothill League player of the year Max Weinstein was woken up early in July by a phone call from Santa Clarita Valley coaching legend and UC Irvine head baseball coach Mike Gillespie.
NEW YORK - The greatest closer in baseball history made his way to the mound in the bottom of the eighth inning at Citi Field in the 84th Major League Baseball All-Star Game to the familiar thunder of an eager crowd and his Yankee Stadium walk-in song, Metallica's "Enter Sandman."
NEW YORK - With all the noise about getting a certain Cuban from Los Angeles to the All-Star Game, a different Cuban made the major impact of All-Star Monday.
California prep coaching legend and former longtime Canyon High football coach Harry Welch is retiring.
For the second time this year, Long Beach State has tapped Valencia High School for talent.
Canyon High senior Drew Wolitarsky could have rested on his athletic year after having one of the greatest seasons for a wide receiver in Santa Clarita Valley history.
This marked a transition year in the life of Saugus girls cross country and track and field distance coach Rene Paragas.
For people craving prep basketball this summer, Hart High is hosting its annual Hart Varsity Summer Games.
Golden Valley athlete James Chevious will try his hand at two sports in 2013-14, just like he did in high school.
Valencia graduate and University of California Berkeley senior golfer Max Homa was recently named to the prestigious All-Nicklaus team, adding to an already long list of honors for the 22-year-old.
The Santa Clarita Valley will have two host sites and two local prep teams competing in one of the state's most elite baseball tournaments this summer.
Trinity Classical Academy finally picked up a plaque.
UCLA baseball won a national championship on June 24 with two Santa Clarita Valley prep baseball stars in the starting lineup - shortstop Pat Valaika and catcher Shane Zeile.
Usually the Valencia High athletics story begins with what happens at the end of the school year.
For the first time that we can remember at The Signal, Hart High head coach Mike Herrington mentioned the end.
Fresh off their victory in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division championship game, the Hart Indians got the invite Sunday to play in a CIF State Regional Football Championship Bowl game.
Ten years ago, Connor Wingenroth was on the sidelines at the Home Depot Center as a ballboy for the Hart Indians in the CIF-Southern Section Division II championship game.