Valencia swarmed Golden Valley from the opening whistle and blanked the Grizzlies 7-0 to cap a strong performance on the opening day of the Hart Showcase Tournament.
Earlier in the day, the Vikings (6-4-1) defeated Kennedy 10-0 but they didn't score their first goal against Golden Valley (0-5-1) until midway through the first half.
The Hart girls soccer team kicked off its Hart Showcase Tournament Friday morning the best way it knew how - with an impressive performance.
The Indians defeated Knight of Lancaster 3-1 thanks to a pair of Katie Trevino goals in the first half, with assists coming from Brittani Reddick and Alli Carivau, respectively.
Jason Kent scored both Valencia goals and the Vikings' defense held strong in a 2-0 victory over Alemany in pre-league action at Dr. Paul A. Priesz Stadium Tuesday.
CARSON – It was never close.
When Saugus took a lead against Pacifica Thursday, the advantage didn't last long.
With a young team, Saugus boys soccer head coach Seth Groller is looking for improvement more than wins and losses during their non-league schedule.
If Thursday's match is any indication, his side has come a long way.
When Stacy Nanninga leaves The Master's College, she'll be among the all-time leaders in rebounds, blocked shots and field goals made.
Even though the league slate hasn't started yet, Foothill basketball is off to a strong start.
Saugus has seen a lot of athletic success recently, and lacrosse is starting to catch on - not only at the school, but across the Santa Clarita Valley.
The Centurions went 10-3 last spring and won the Pacific League, and the foundation was laid by Steve Tyson, who has been a huge force behind bringing the sport to not only the Santa Clarita Valley, but the greater Los Angeles area as well.
After winning four games by an average of 18 points, Valencia left no doubt it deserved the Canyon Classic championship.
The Vikings and got 27 points from tournament MVP, sophomore Lonnie Jackson and put together a complete effort in a 68-54 rout of Lancaster Saturday evening.
The Santa Clarita Valley got a look at the future of its football programs on Saturday afternoon, and the future looks bright.
Three local teams won titles as the 2008 Pacific Youth Football League Super Bowl was held at Cougar Stadium on the campus of College of the Canyons.
Lancaster made just a couple more plays down the stretch Friday to defeat Canyon 58-53 in the semifinals of the Canyon Classic at Canyon High.
Valencia played a strong second half during an opening-night win at the Canyon Classic, and then played well in the first half to win again Thursday.
Canyon pressures the basketball everywhere on the court – and the strategy is even more effective when the opponent is out of control in the first place.
Newbury Park capitalized almost every time Valencia had a defensive lapse Thursday evening.