Maybe it was the completion of a peerless Foothill League hurdles career. Or maybe it was the coronation of two dominant jumpers.
Canyon had been leaving runners on base all afternoon. Cole Mears put a stop to that - and to Golden Valley's quest for its first Foothill League win of the season. Shortly after an error gave Canyon new life, Mears hit an inside-the-park grand slam and the Cowboys beat the Grizzlies 9-7 on Wednesday at Golden Valley High School. "It's a really good feeling," Mears said. "We've had close games, and we hadn't been able ...
On the track, there are plenty of athletes who have a realistic shot at a winning Foothill League title.
College of the Canyons head softball coach John Wissmath has been named the California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association Coach of the Year, and three of his players have been selected All-State according to a press release sent out on Monday.
The College of the Canyons women's track and field team wanted to take a big step forward this year, and it did.
Hart boys track and field returned to the Foothill League elite this season. Some big names have helped the program do so.
Trevor Wiseman left Golden Valley with a basketball scholarship to Hawaii and a wealth of potential.
The Hart boys clinched a share of their first Foothill League title since 2008 with an 82-54 victory over Valencia on Thursday.
The Golden Valley boys had waited years for this moment, so what was another couple minutes?
The College of the Canyons softball team has its sights set on a state championship this season.
The Golden Valley track and field team swept Valencia on Thursday at Valencia High School, while the Hart boys and West Ranch girls also won at Hart High School.
The boys meet was a little closer than expected. The girls meet was a little more lopsided than expected.
Hart High track and cross country runner Austin O'Neil has signed with UCLA, according to Hart co-athletic direct Linda Peckham.
College of the Canyons found itself up by eight runs after four innings. An inning and a half later, the lead was gone.
Canyon senior Robert Wolfe is talking to the University of La Verne coaches about continuing his track and field career.