Santa Clarita Christian football has quietly been one of the most successful programs in the Santa Clarita Valley over the course of the decade.
Chuck Lyon, College of the Canyons' athletic director, has seen his fair share of good football teams during his 29 years as a coach.
In 2004, it was out with old and in with the new.
By 2000, a population boom in the Santa Clarita Valley had more than caught up with the William S. Hart Union High School District.
While J.J. Arrington would go on to play on football's biggest stage, he had some work to do when he showed up to play for College of the Canyons in the summer of 2000.
It's arguably the most remarkable tale of nothing-to-something in the history of Santa Clarita Valley sports.
The year 2001 continued to bring new milestones for Santa Clarita Valley sports.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer team was way too much for Hillcrest Christian of Granada Hills in a 12-1 Cardinals' win at Reese Field on Thursday at The Master's College.
Santa Clarita Christian boys' soccer head coach Steve Cooper is growing accustomed to pleasant surprises.
The Canyon girls soccer team didn't win or lose, but left the field frustrated after a 1-1 draw with Lancaster at Canyon High on Tuesday.
Trailing with a minute left, Valencia turned once again to Lonnie Jackson.
As Canyon forward Wesley Bartole threw down a thunderous fast-break dunk to put his team up by 18 early in the fourth quarter, Paraclete appeared deflated.
Canyon boys basketball is showing little hospitality in its own Canyon Classic.
Eastside High's basketball team doesn't seem to be able to get a break in the brackets at the Canyon Classic.
Valencia point guard Jake Kelfer took a hard foul to the floor on a fast break against Eastside High.