In four years, Ashlee Trebilcock made three trips to a CIF-Southern Section championship game. She was lauded as one of the greatest female basketball players to ever come out of the Santa Clarita Valley.
The Canyon boys swim team defeated Golden Valley 125-43 and the Canyon girls won 126-42 over Golden Valley Wednesday at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
Hart swimming has been the epitome of dominance for years, even decades, in the Foothill League.
Former teammates pitched against each other and families were divided Tuesday as Foothill League softball officially got underway.
At this point last season, expectations weren't that Valencia would repeat as CIF-Southern Section Division I champions.
The Vikings didn't care. They went out and won it again, despite critics saying that they relied so heavily in 2007 on one player, Jordan Taylor.
In the circle, West Ranch pitcher Shayna Medoff appears stoic. In many regards, her intensity is reserved for her studies.
The senior currently holds a 4.37 weighted grade point average and has been accepted to UC San Diego, UC Irvine and UC Santa Barbara to study either engineering or biochemistry.
Erin Ortega will cast a big shadow for years to come.
It's that time again.
Many people have been looking forward to Major League Baseball's opening day since Philadelphia's Brad Lidge struck out Tampa Bay's Eric Hinske for the final out of World Series Game five back on Oct. 30.
Viewed as one of the Foothill League's elite teams heading into the season, West Ranch boys volleyball found itself four points away from taking a giant step backward.
Hart swimming kept on rolling Wednesday as the Indian faithful watched the girls cruise 132-38 and the boys win 113-57 over West Ranch at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
It has been no secret that Valencia swimming is going to be a force this year.
Going into Tuesday's swim meet with Canyon, Saugus head coach Vicky Donnelly expected challenges on the girls' side, and knew it would be a battle between the boys.
There may be no program as dominant in its respective sport in the Santa Clarita Valley than Valencia boys volleyball.
But fresh off their consensus national championship, the Vikings will look completely different this year.
The College of the Canyons baseball team found itself in a familiar situation Thursday.
With Foothill League play officially underway, Valencia swimming showed why this season may bring with it a changing of the guard.