Santa Clarita Christian stole the show when it came to Santa Clarita Valley small school sports in 2014-2015.
Abbey Weitzeil is off to a record-setting start at the World University Games in Gwangju, Korea.
Recent Saugus High graduate Andrius Polikaitis will play on the Lithuanian National Baseball Team later this month when it competes for a berth in the 2016 European Baseball Championship.
As if recent Saugus High graduate Abbey Weitzeil hadn't left enough of an imprint on Santa Clarita Valley swim entering her senior year - what with three-straight All-SCV Girls Swimmer of the Year awards and two national high school records - she saved her best for last.
When asked about Cole Cogswell's legacy as a Hart High boys swimmer, all Hart head coach Steve Neale said at first was "wow."
There were a few things different about the second-annual skills camp that New York Giants running back and Valencia High graduate Shane Vereen helped put on at his alma mater on Sunday as opposed to last year's event.
Davey Woodland thought he and Parker McBride would have a good freshman campaign as West Ranch's No. 1 boys tennis doubles team. He thought they'd compete with every other school's No. 1 team and win two out of three sets in any given match.
Chad LeDuff had won two-straight Foothill League singles titles and lost just one league set over his three years of varsity play entering this season.
You get the sense recent Saugus graduate Abbey Weitzeil knows she's headed for perpetually bigger and better things in the world of swim by the calmness with which she approaches races on a world stage.
Longtime Santa Clarita Valley Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon's final appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point was West Ranch graduate and baseball player Hayden Cook.
Six collegiate baseball players with ties to the Santa Clarita Valley signed professional baseball contracts this week.
The Foothill League had three players selected to the 2015 Louisville Slugger High School All-American Team this week - two on the first team and one on the second.
Editor's note: Today marks the first in a series in which we recognize athletes from the local high schools who have proven that success isn't just measured by what one does on a field.
West Ranch junior shortstop Jessie Harper knew the Foothill League Player of the Year was going to be a Wildcat. But she was still surprised to find out which one.
The third and final day of the 2015 MLB First-Year Player Draft, rounds 11 through 40, proved to be busy and nearly all-inclusive for Santa Clarita Valley programs on Wednesday.
West Ranch's Olivia Bloome and Brittany Waugh won Thursday's rematch of the recent Fall Brawl doubles final over Saugus' Carlie Ozaki and Megan ...
You knew this story was coming.
That didn't take long.
Hart High girls tennis had both of its star singles players on the court for a full match for the first time this season on ...
St. Francis quarterback Miles Bryant shook off a Canyon rusher and hit Jasher Foster in stride for a 43-yard score that put the Golden Knights ...
The Golden Valley Grizzlies pounded Hawthorne High Thursday night for a landmark victory.
Saugus High swimming has filled its vacated head coaching position with familiar faces.
Wow, that one turned on its head.
College of the Canyons football is 3-0. That's the short of it.
PALMDALE - Valencia High exorcised any two-week-old Antelope Valley demons on the road Friday night in a 42-7 rout of Highland High of Palmdale.
Sept. 27, 2012, started something.
A good doubles team is a walking cliche.
It was a breakout Saturday.
The CIF-Southern Section will honor two Santa Clarita Valley residents and a former Signal Sports editor at its annual Champions for Character Awards Dinner later ...
Stop the presses.