The fact that Jared Carbajal has little experience throwing the football is not a big concern.
From the base of the 18th green on Friday, Max Homa could see the hole and the final four of the U.S. Golf Association U.S. Amateur Championship.
At this point, Max Homa knows he can be the 2010 U.S. Golf Association U.S. Amateur Champion.
Every single day.
Nearly three weeks after winning the Mustang World Series, the William S. Hart PONY League Mustang All-Stars can go even higher.
Max Homa had a plane ticket reserved for Wednesday night to return to the University of California, Berkeley.
What mattered to Valencia High graduate Max Homa was that he make the cut for match play at the U.S. Golf Association's 110th U.S. Amateur Championship at Chambers Bay in University Place, Wash.
Harry Welch, one of the most successful coaches in Santa Clarita Valley history, has cancer.
For a couple of hours on Monday, Valencia High graduate Max Homa was on top at the first round of the U.S. Golf Association's 110th U.S. Amateur Championship.
When asked which ankle he sprained last season, Saugus junior running back Tyler Watt paused as if he didn't know the difference between left and right.
If Valencia safety Tanner Richards didn't get hurt last year, where would Valencia be this year?
Sometimes reality hits and for Golden Valley's Chris Printz, the reality is fatherhood is more important than basketball.
The medal count is six - each one bigger than the next. No one bigger than the one they were awarded after left fielder J.T. Shrout closed his glove on the last out on Aug. 7 at the Mustang World Series in Irving, Tex.
West Ranch High senior pitcher Ryan Keller put his name even more on the radar this week.
Wood bats will not be swung after all.
It's a whole new day in Foothill League boys golf.
Two monumental Foothill League boys golf accomplishments could be made today based on what happened at Wednesday's Foothill League golf match No. 5.
Don't bother Valencia High graduate Brock Vereen about anything to do with the NFL Draft today.
The story is certainly not West Ranch boys lacrosse losing 20-7 to Thousand Oaks in its first-ever playoff match.
A large portion of one San Fernando Valley baseball team's success is because of Santa Clarita Valley players.
Everywhere you looked, it was a who's who of Santa Clarita Valley golf on Monday at TPC Valencia during the U.S. Open Local Qualifier.
Valencia's Keston Hiura hit two home runs on Friday at Valencia High.
For West Ranch High senior Alex Rassool, the opportunity to walk on at UCLA is a dream come true for a kid who has always been under the radar.
One of the most sought-after quarterback recruits in Santa Clarita Valley history has made his choice.
It wasn't very long ago that Golden Valley head golf coach Tony Moskal was throwing his hands up and singing the blues.