The spring sports are off to a good start at College of the Canyons.
It's going to be a busy weekend for Santa Clarita Valley prep basketball teams.
The Master's College baseball returned to a national tournament last season, qualifying for the National Christian College Athletic Association World Series in Mason, Ohio.
On the same court once home to the most dominant Foothill League girls basketball program, the new powerhouse once again asserted itself.
Canyon point guard Coley Apsay calmly sank a pair of free throws with 30 seconds left, then backed up to midcourt and let out a yell of triumph and relief.
The automatic playoff spots in Foothill League boys and girls basketball have already been filled.
It seems as though Canyon's Clay Kasdorf can do no wrong on the basketball court these days.
Tempers flared between Hart and Valencia midway through the fourth quarter of a tight game.
In three days, the West Ranch girls basketball team had one of the biggest turnarounds one can imagine.
With a 15-point lead on one of the worst teams in the Golden State Athletic Conference, The Master's College's men's basketball team seemed to be in good shape.
Before Friday's game against league-leading West Ranch, Canyon head coach Chad Phillips told forward Clay Kasdorf to have the game of his life.
College of the Canyons and Citrus College were tied in the Western State Conference, South Division standings entering Wednesday's game.
It's been said that the 3-point shot is the great equalizer in basketball.
Is Myles Franklin the best freshman basketball player Tom Kelly has ever coached?
The West Ranch Wildcats have never been atop Foothill League boys basketball this late in the season.