Valencia boys tennis fell behind early and couldn't swing its way out of trouble in a 12-6 loss to Harvard-Westlake School of North Hollywood on Thursday at Valencia High.
The Valencia boys tennis team took advantage of a less-than-full-strength Thousand Oaks High squad and notched a 14-4 win in the middle of a three-game home stretch at Valencia High on Wednesday. The Vikings' doubles pairs, led by the No. 1 team Dalton Ullman and Tayven Townsend, didn't drop a set as Valencia earned all nine available set points.
The Saugus softball team got the start it wanted in a 6-4 win over Stockdale High of Bakersfield at Saugus High on Tuesday.
According to College of the Canyons women's head basketball coach Greg Herrick, this is the most important time of the year. And both Cougar hoops teams are entrenched in it.
The Valencia boys tennis team took its first trip to the 26th annual California High School Tennis Classic at Buchanan High School in Clovis over the weekend. Given how things turned out, the Vikings will probably be planning a return visit next year.
After rough seasons that saw The Master's College's men's and women's basketball teams fall short of national-tournament aspirations, both squads are already gearing up for next year. Both teams fell in the quarterfinals of their respective Golden State Athletic Conference's postseason tournaments - the men's team lost 80-56 at Azusa Pacific on March 1, and the women's team fell 81-56 to Biola in La Mirada on March 3.
The rain delayed The Master's College baseball team on Saturday, but the Mustangs' defense held off Vanguard College for a 3-2 win at Reese Field.
The College of the Canyons baseball team may have unlimited potential with its swing. Unfortunately for the Cougars, they proved there is still work to be done with the glove in a six-error, 9-4 loss to Allan Hancock on Friday at COC. Hancock loaded the bases with a four-run lead in the top of the eighth, and three Cougar errors brought in four runners to put the game out of reach for COC. The Cougars' ...
Just about everyone has endured a few restless nights of sleep every now and then. It could be anxiety before a big test that keeps your mind spinning well after it should be in rest mode. Or maybe it's the grief from a personal loss that has you sad and distracted as you try to drift off. "It's something about being in a dark bedroom, and the mind starts going over all the problems we ...
AZUSA - The Master's College men's basketball team found out just how hard it is to beat a squad three times in a season on Thursday in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament. Despite two previous wins, the Mustangs' woes on offense resulted in an 80-56 loss to Azusa Pacific University in Azusa.
Through 18 years and 12 Western State Conference titles, College of the Canyons head women's basketball coach Greg Herrick has churned out some of the state's best players. Most of them have been point guards.
The Master's College senior forward Dean Hadley has one goal for tonight's game against Azusa Pacific University in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Tournament. It's just not what one might think.
Saugus boys volleyball couldn't have asked for a better start to 2010, earning a three-game sweep of Lancaster at Saugus High 25-13, 25-17, 25-20 on Tuesday in both teams' season opener.
Canyon boys soccer head coach Khris Savage has to laugh when he hears kids in his classes describe his sport as "you guys just kicking the ball around."
There isn't much about Santa Clarita Valley sports that doesn't bring back a fond memory or two for Dody Garcia.