Canyon High sophomore Alyssa Aguilar told herself she was going to score.
The Foothill League girls soccer standings are tight.
It was the Saugus High boys soccer team's turn to steal a tie from West Ranch on Friday at West Ranch High.
With all the talk about the Hart High boys soccer team's defense, it's easy to miss that its offense has been - if not as spectacular - at least as steady.
The buzzer sounded, ending the Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball team's hope of a CIF title on March 8, 2014.
The Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball team hadn't been tested much this season entering its Heritage League opener against Guidance Charter Thursday night.
The Saugus High boys soccer team completely controlled the first half against Golden Valley on Tuesday.
A month from now, the 2015 Foothill League girls soccer season may be remembered for two things.
The Master's College men's basketball team could hardly miss from three-point range Wednesday night.
A glance around Mike Barry's Newhall apartment shows two things.
Anyone who braved a local mall parking lot during the last two weeks of 2014 can attest to the frenzied busyness of the holidays.
Hart and Valencia boys soccer players and coaches talked mostly about rivalry and energy after the teams played a physical Hart Soccer Showcase championship game on Monday.
The Saugus High boys basketball team won its first two games in the Hart Holiday Classic with relative ease last week.
Editor's note: This is one of a series of stories about issues that will be in the forefront in 2015.
Fourth-grader Ryan Lucero got so wrapped up in his shoe collection drive he momentarily forgot he'd just turned a year older.
Santa Clarita Christian forward Chris Collins is going to be a Mustang.
College of the Canyons softball is down.
Valencia baseball dispelled any notion it was a listless bunch content sliding out of playoff contention Friday.
They'd done it.
Cliche or not, the Valencia boys swim team saved its best for last Thursday at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
Hopefully fans of The Master's College baseball team arrived at TMC before the second inning Thursday.
The Foothill League is chock-full full of stellar starting pitching - so much so that the reigning Foothill League Pitcher of the Year could get lost in the shuffle.
Amanda Doyle paces at shortstop. She kicks at the dirt. She bends down to brush the dust with her hand.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are off to a 9-6 start. And the team's first baseman Adrian Gonzalez has belted five home runs with a .434 batting average.
There's nothing particularly funny about a 9-2-5-6 triple play ending an inning after you've loaded the bases - especially not when you're in a tight race for one of the Foothill League's three precious playoff bids.
When a three-time defending Foothill League champion remains the only unbeaten team in league play after three games, it's hardly a stretch to call it a frontrunner.
A man offered Jeffrey Morrow a swivel chair.
Both the Saugus and Golden Valley girls track and field teams scrambled to steal any points they could in a mad dash for the driver's seat in the Foothill League.
In a Foothill swim meet between a program building and a program already on top, West Ranch continued to build and Valencia continued to reign.
The separation between one All-Santa Clarita Valley Player of the Year candidate and another can be razor thin.