Trinity Classical Academy baseball made school history at every step of its run to the CIF-Southern Section Division VII quarterfinals. Friday it just ran into too tall of a task.
Valencia High baseball started with a bang Friday in its first CIF-Southern Section Division I quarterfinal appearance since 2008.
For six innings Santa Clarita Christian baseball rode an age-old recipe for playoff success. Left-hander Noah Dent dominated on the mound, the Cardinals played solid defense and they came up with clutch hits.
Chad LeDuff could've walked away from the CIF-Southern Section Individual Sectionals on Thursday empty-handed and still have been remembered as one of the Santa Clarita Valley's best boys tennis players ever.
Clint Ross regularly slides out of bed and turns on baseball highlights, maybe a clip of David Ortiz launching a home run out of Fenway Park or Clayton Kershaw punching out a batter with an arching curve.
Success in sports, generally, is often predicated on knowing your opponent - their strengths, weaknesses, tendencies and oddities.
A groundbreaking season for Albert Einstein Academy softball came to an end Tuesday at Centinela Park in Inglewood.
It's difficult to choose what to highlight first.
The question of whether or not Valencia boys volleyball is back as a dominant force in CIF-Southern Section Division II volleyball doesn't have a yes or no answer.
NORWALK - The scene didn't feel right.
It's a little after 8 a.m., and Keeley Walsh is striding the last few feet of the Hollywood Half Marathon before a gaggle of onlookers.
Two goals were realized Tuesday.
One of the greatest high school sports careers in Santa Clarita Valley history ended over the weekend at the Riverside Aquatics Complex.
RIVERSIDE--Some retiring sports stars have taken season-long goodbye tours. Abbey Weitzeil's farewell to high school swim, however, has been a brilliant flash.
You could've watched the strong play of Chad LeDuff or Valencia's doubles to see how tough Vikings boys tennis played the CIF-Southern Section Division II's No. 2 seed.
The Santa Clarita Valley was represented in three divisions and with one top ranked team in the CIF-Southern Section preseason girls volleyball rankings, released Monday.
Santa Clarita Christian football did a little - actually a lot - of everything in its 54-0 win over Blair High of Pasadena in its season opener ...
A West Ranch senior quarterback was the star of the show against San Marcos of Santa Barbara for the second straight year on opening night.
The likely face of Foothill League girls swimming this coming spring took fifth place on Wednesday in the women's 50-meter breaststroke final at the ...
The U.S.A. finally met its match Friday.
A help wanted poster may have been appropriate. But it didn't prove to be necessary.
The most prominent player on The Master's College men's basketball team last season is taking his career overseas.
The advice was meant as motivation.
Fall means college sports, and the Santa Clarita Valley's two local colleges are about ready to get underway in football, cross country, soccer, golf ...
All signs point to the Santa Clarita Valley hosting a second CIF-sanctioned girls lacrosse varsity team this spring.
A Stevenson Ranch resident kicked a Brazilian fighter in the head twice to snag a gold medal at an international karate competition last summer in ...
Arizona State University football players like their new teammates from the Santa Clarita Valley.
A recent Saugus High graduate expected to play a lot when he traveled to Europe to compete for the Lithuanian National Baseball Team this summer.
BURBANK - Sometimes there's no avoiding the cliche story line. Because sometimes it is the story line.