One of the first questions a Santa Clarita Valley swim fan is likely to ask in light of next week's U.S. Olympic trials is this: Is Saugus High graduate Abbey Weitzeil going to the 2016 Rio Olympics?
Jeremy Haggerty received the texts before every game during the 2014-2015 season.
The only thing more surprising than the Cleveland Cavaliers rallying in the NBA Finals to end the city's notorious title drought was the fact that a 23-year-old candy bar eaten afterward "tasted a lot better" than expected.
Valencia High swim coach Kathy Rosenast could have gone on for hours about recent graduate Kevin Dai: his numerous Foothill League titles, his all-time league record, his otherworldly GPA and admittance to Harvard University.
Surprise was a common reaction to this year's All-CIF Southern Section teams. Not that the athletes in question were shocked about being honored, but in the 20-odd days since a Santa Clarita Valley team last played a spring game, the awards were, well, easy to forget about.
Valencia and Hart high football are now in different CIF-Southern Section playoff divisions. There's a Foothill League team in Division 2, there's one in Division 7 and another in Division 9.
The idea that teachers are those who can't do isn't fair to those who do and teach and continue to do.
Asked whether his excitement for Shane & Brock Vereen's Playmaker Football Camp had waned at all entering year three, Shane Vereen, a Valencia High graduate and New York Giants running back, gave a definitive answer.
Golden Valley High graduate Taylor Statham and Saugus High grad Jawhar Purdy have played against each other at nearly every level: high school, prep school, college.
Athletic trainer Josh Masmela attended to a Hart High football player with a broken nose, then rushed off to help with a baseball injury, then made his way to treat a softball player.
Hart High football was a different team with a healthy Nick Moore at quarterback last year.
Coaches forecast the 2016 MLB First-Year Player Draft as a quiet year for players with ties to the Santa Clarita Valley.
The then-Tampa Bay Devil Rays took a tall right-hander from the Santa Clarita Valley in the 16th round of the 2000 June Amateur Draft. It's safe to say Hart High graduate James Shields worked out pretty well.
Having just been to baseball's sacred cathedral, having walked Yawkey Way with its hot-dog hawkers and gameday program peddlers, having seen a ball rise up, up, up over the gargantuan green wall, I return from Boston with not just a commemorative cap and T-shirt, but with a public service announcement.
At least one player with ties to Valencia High School has been taken in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft every year since 2004.
The incumbent and the trendy title pick finally took the same courts Thursday at West Ranch High.
A parabolic shot from the top of the 18-yard box didn't dictate the rest of Wednesday's women's soccer game at The Master ...
West Ranch girls tennis coach Dina McBride said all the right things after her team's match at Hart High on Tuesday: The Wildcats didn ...
Three things have become almost a given over the last several weeks of high school football in the Santa Clarita Valley.
YORBA LINDA- The throaty cheer rose from the visitors' bleachers in the second quarter of a game still hanging in the balance.
Valencia High girls volleyball hinted that its season might be turning around earlier this week with a win over Oxnard High.
The Valencia High girls volleyball team has an equipment closet, one filled with nets and balls and an assortment of other gear.
Saugus High girls tennis coach Ken Jeffris said his team's loss to Canyon High in last season's Foothill League finale left a bad ...
The landscape of Foothill League girls tennis undertook a seismic shift over the offseason.
In Nicole Alvarez's mind, her mom and tennis are inseparable.
A wry smile spread across Marquise Brown's face.
Golden Valley football coach Dan Kelley doesn't believe the Grizzlies' shiny new CIF top-10 ranking put his team on Crescenta Valley High's radar.
Golden Valley girls tennis didn't waste any time pulling away from Chatsworth High on Thursday at home.
When Paraclete High of Lancaster hired Dean Herrington as its head football coach over the offseason, Hart High suddenly needed a game for its schedule.
As impressive as Canyon High's 34-27 win over Burbank High last week was, the Cowboys weren't even at full strength.