There were several new faces at this year's Foothill League prelims on Wednesday, but by the end of two rounds, the singles bracket looked a lot like last year - minus the Vikings.
It wasn't the Valencia girls volleyball team's strongest effort.
Valencia's tennis programs weren't an overnight success.
Santa Clarita Christian football kept the scorekeeper busy on Saturday.
He had to constantly get up, stand on a table and then reach up to hang points on the visitors' side, as the Cardinals routed Los Angeles Lutheran 54-6 at First Lutheran High School.
Valencia finished off its eighth consecutive season with at least a share of the Foothill League crown with a 17-1 win at Valencia High on Thursday.
The golf accolades continue to pile up for Valencia freshman Alison Lee.
During the first half-mile of her race, struggling to get over the flu, Saugus' Kaylin Mahoney got knocked down and then "trampled" by a swarm of runners on Mt. San Antonio College's cross country course Saturday.
The Foothill League girls tennis season just got another surprise.
It wasn't exactly David vs. Goliath, but a tennis giant definitely took a fall.
Hart girls tennis' bid for the last guaranteed playoff spot from the Foothill League, or even a move up to second, got a nice boost with a 13-5 win at home against Canyon on Tuesday.
The Vikings girls tennis team picked a 17-1 road victory at Golden Valley on Tuesday.
Valencia High girls tennis' No. 1 doubles team is a dichotomy.
College of the Canyons running back Anthony Johnson waited all year for his opportunity, and when he finally got it, he wanted to make the most of it.
It wasn't any one moment College of the Canyons head coach Garett Tujague could name, but at some point last Saturday against Moorpark, the Cougars turned a corner.
With improved doubles play, West Ranch girls tennis showed all-around depth in a 13-5 win over Hart on Thursday.