After a strong start to the season, the Saugus softball team finally cracked the CIF-Southern Section Division I poll on Monday.
The Valencia boys tennis team has been on a tear to open Foothill League play.
With both teams set to enjoy a week off, the Saugus and Golden Valley swim teams wanted to enter the break on a high note.
Valencia head swimming coach Mike Bechtholdt sat down and did the calculation.
Hart swimming's emotions were high after a crucial dual-meet win over Valencia last week, raising questions about a possible letdown against Canyon.
It was disappointing. It was upsetting.
It took some time to shake off the rust, but once they did, senior girls basketball players from across the Santa Clarita Valley put on quite a show.
Valencia guard Jake Kelfer nonchalantly dribbled the ball upcourt.
Monte Brooks had been at the forefront of The Master's College's baseball program for 15 years.
Many of the Foothill League boys tennis coaches believe that West Ranch will challenge for the league championship this season.
Hart boys swimming has traditionally been stronger toward the end of the season.
Hart senior midfielder Uriel Rodriguez didn't even play soccer last season.
The Canyon and Golden Valley swim teams both lost some of their top competitors during the offseason and are now focused on rebuilding, according to their head coaches.
The Foothill League swim season wasn't more than a couple hours old, but Saugus and West Ranch were already talking about the league prelims and finals.
The Hart girls swim team has won 28 of the last 29 Foothill League championships and is the consensus favorite do it again this year.