As torrential rain pounded the Santa Clarita Valley, the boys and girls Foothill League soccer matches were postponed until Monday.
The College of the Canyons men's basketball team took on Santa Monica College Wednesday, a squad that had a big height advantage on the Cougars.
The Centurions played two halves of pounding, physical basketball with the Canyon boys basketball team.
Facing one of the Foothill League's best frontcourts, the Canyon girls basketball team needed everything its backcourt could muster.
When the season started, College of the Canyons women's basketball head coach Greg Herrick didn't build anyone up with lofty expectations.
Two teams loaded with seniors and Foothill League-championship plans got a reminder of just how tough it will be to take the girls basketball title.
With a matchup of two of Foothill League's most prolific scorers - Lonnie Jackson for Valencia and Martin Flowers for West Ranch – Friday night promised to be a scoring marathon in Valencia's gym.
West Ranch senior Erin Ruiz knows how to score.
For three quarters, the Hart girls basketball team stifled Valencia with its full-court pressure.
Graduations and departures have left things shaken up at the top of Foothill League girls basketball.
Every girls basketball coach in the Foothill League knows who she is.
Canyon striker Mohammed Roknipour likes to dream big.
Collin Keoshian has done it again.
The Valencia High Vikings have won eight straight league titles because head coach Annie Kellogg builds all-around teams.
Could it have been any more competitive at the top of the Foothill League this year?