Golden Valley's second-longest serving head coach has resigned.
On Thursday, Valencia High golfer Max Homa graduated from high school.
Norco head softball coach Rick Robinson puts it this way.
Hart High graduate Trevor Bauer had a big week for the UCLA Bruins without even stepping on the mound.
On June 2, 2006, the University of Southern California athletic department sent out a press release announcing the retirement of Mike Gillespie.
CIF championship soccer coach Lisa Rollo surprised Saugus High Tuesday by resigning less than three months after leading her team to a title.
You could feel the winds of change.
Possibly the best run in Santa Clarita Valley softball history ended Tuesday in Riverside.
J.J. Holen said Tuesday that he lost the Foothill League Most Valuable Player prize.
There was almost a bitterness in his voice.
It was obvious that Saugus had its work cut out for it against the state's No. 1 team Mater Dei in Santa Ana Friday.
Brian Belue accomplished two goals Friday.
Saugus softball lost 5-0 to Thousand Oaks in Thousand Oaks Thursday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs.
He can tell you a story about every photograph posted on the walls of classroom M-2.
The Foothill League's Most Valuable Player ended his prep golf career Monday, but the future immediately grabbed his torch.
Underclassmen J.J. Holen of West Ranch and Jonathan Chang of Valencia posted impressive scores Monday at Sterling Hills Golf Course in Camarillo at the CIF-Southern Section Northern Individual Regional and advanced, along with Valencia senior Alex Macaluso, to the May 26 CIF-SS Individual Finals and SCGA qualifier.
The Santa Clarita Valley's top returning girls basketball player from last season now has a home for college.
It wasn't broke.
Hart High senior guard Lewis Stallworth said he has received his second official scholarship offer.
Earlier this week, the Hart football team's approach to tonight's CIF State Regional Bowl Game, the Southern California Division II championship against Chaminade at College of the Canyons at 7:30 p.m., was that it had nothing to lose.
For the first time that we can remember at The Signal, Hart High head coach Mike Herrington mentioned the end.