Local senior boys basketball players will get one more chance to take the court in the Foothill League Senior Game, which takes place at 7:30 p.m. today at Bross Gymnasium on the campus of The Master's College.
Sean O'Brien was an offensive lineman during his playing days, and his coaching philosophy reflects his old position.
It's been a memorable season for Saugus senior Nicole Hicks. Hicks averaged 19.6 points per game and 3.1 steals per game, and broke the school's single-season scoring record and career steals record. The Centurions captured their second straight Foothill League title, and the coaches honored Hicks' accomplishments by voting her as the Foothill League Player of the Year. Hicks finished the season with 510 total points and passed the previous record of 447 points in ...
West Ranch High School has named Sean O'Brien as its new head football coach for the 2009 season.
Maverick Ahanmisi led Golden Valley to the Foothill League title in boys basketball this past season, the first league title of any kind in school history. He'll graduate as Golden Valley's all-time leading scorer and 3-point shooter.
On a Friday night at the Powerhouse Gym in Santa Clarita, Marsalis Ellison is working up a sweat. The 16-year-old student at Blair High School of Pasadena is practicing his footwork by executing the same crossover dribble and pull-up jumper until it becomes natural.
The Master's College experienced an up-and-down season in 2008-09. That often happens when the roster is limited and full of youngsters. Despite having just nine players, six of which were underclassmen, the Mustangs finished the season 16-14 with an 11-9 mark in the Golden State Athletic Conference. "I think we had to rely on some key kids to score for us," said Mustangs head coach Dan Waldeck, "and when that didn't happen, we struggled to ...
College of the Canyons dropped into the consolation bracket at the American Collegiate Hockey Association Division-III National Championships with a 7-2 loss to Grand Valley State Thursday in Rochester, N.Y.
Santa Clarita Christian scored at least 17 points in all three games of its opening match against Cate of Carpinteria Wednesday.
The skills of College of the Canyons forward Charity Smith are picture-perfect. She catches the ball in the post, puts it in the basket 63 percent of the time and often takes contact while doing so, earning the chance for an extra free throw. Cougars head coach Greg Herrick couldn't draw it up any better. Smith, on the other hand, might be able to. When she's not bruising her way through opponents on the court, ...
A blend of classic and contemporary R&B music flowed through the speakers at Cerritos College's gymnasium Friday. Some members of the Golden Valley basketball team danced as they warmed up for their CIF-Southern Section Division IIIA semifinal against Gahr High School.
Golden Valley has done well this season because its style is tough to defend. Just ask the Grizzlies themselves, who couldn't slow that style down when Gahr of Cerritos threw it right back at them.
First, Golden Valley was dominant in its pre-league season. Then, the Grizzlies won the first Foothill League title of any kind in school history. Now Golden Valley will look to continue its run through the CIF-Southern Section Division IIIA postseason, representing a league that saw four teams reach the CIF quarterfinals. "Golden Valley carrying the flag for the Foothill League," said head coach Chris Printz. "That kind of sounds like life on Mars." Regardless of ...
Brea Olinda dominated Valencia 82-43 to knock the Vikings out in the quarterfinals of the CIF-Southern Section Division IIAA playoffs Wednesday.
Canyon of Anaheim caught fire from downtown, and Hart couldn't keep pace in a 70-47 loss in the quarterfinals of the CIF-Southern Section Division IIIAA playoffs Tuesday at Canyon High School.
Two undefeated Foothill League track and field teams. One winner-take-all meet.
Canyon vs. Saugus was the first meeting of Foothill League contenders this season. As it turns out, the girls meet isn't done being contended quite yet.
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