Over the last eight months, The Signal sports section has tried to recapture certain elements of the past.
Local golf businessman Ross Bradder, a Santa Clarita Valley resident, has started a youth golf training academy.
Not one, but two members of the Lopes family have been announced as invitees to USA Baseball teams.
Three local soccer players participated in this past weekend's U.S. Soccer Developmental Academy Playoffs.
Golfers Max Homa and J.J. Holen gave us a lot to be indecisive about.
Both are excellent golfers, there is no doubt.
Christian Lopes invoked the sort of conversation reserved for professional athletes.
We entered an upstairs dance studio at the College of the Canyons gymnasium with AC/DC's "Hells Bells" rattling the walls.
The sign on the office door reads: "Cougar Strength, Championships Start Here."
When many players are selected in the Major League Baseball Draft, they are put in a difficult situation.
The Major League Baseball Draft is unpredictable and the point was proven Thursday on its third and final day.
Valencia High graduate Virgil Hill was selected in the sixth round of Wednesday's Major League Baseball Draft, highlighting a day in which four locals were taken.
Newly graduated Hart High baseball player Adam Bouyer has a big opportunity in front of him.
Bouyer was recently selected to participate in the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars.
The Major League Baseball draft has now grown to the biggest height it has ever seen.
The 2009 draft will span three days, instead of the usual two, with the first round being televised live today at 3 p.m. on the MLB Network.
West Ranch sophomore golfer J.J. Holen's season ended Thursday at the CIF/SCGA Tournament at Temecula's SCGA Members Club.
West Ranch golfer J.J. Holen spent an unexpected night at Temecula's Holiday Inn.
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.