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.
The mood after the Canyon High girls basketball team's first home game didn't mirror the outcome.
As you drive through the Newhall Pass on Interstate 5 into Santa Clarita, would you rather feast your eyes on scenic mountains or on housing complexes?
The CIF-Southern Section honored this week arguably the best girls volleyball player in Santa Clarita Christian history and arguably the best girls setter in Hart High history.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the fourth in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
It's hard to imagine a more exciting three days for The Master's College women's basketball team.
Much has changed for Trinity Classical Academy's winter athletic programs. The Knights' boys and girls basketball teams each have a new head coach. Boys soccer does too.
The winter sports season was good to Santa Clarita Christian School last year.
Editor's note: Monday marks the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. Today The Signal begins a seven-part series about the men and women who made the city a reality.
Trinity Classical Academy head coach Jeremy Haggerty wouldn't say earlier this week that his team could beat a Foothill League team. But he said it could hang with any of them.
The West Ranch High girls soccer team played Thousand Oaks to a halftime tie, limited the Lancers to two second half shots and managed 10 of its own.
For College of the Canyons head coach Ted Iacenda, the Cougars that made the Southern California Football Association All-Conference team for the National Division, Northern Conference represent what Canyons football is all about.
It's no secret that the Canyon boys track and field's strength is its sprinters.
Before Hart swept Saugus 105-65 (boys) and 111-59 (girls) on Wednesday, the mood was tearful. Meaningful. Quiet.
Make no mistake. When it comes to singles in Foothill League boys tennis, Valencia senior Chad LeDuff is the favorite.
As the West Ranch Wildcats pried Valencia's stranglehold off Foothill League boys tennis in 2014, the thought may have been that it was temporary. An aberration. That the Vikings' fingers would soon slide back around a title they'd owned each year from 2006 to 2013.
The Valencia High boys volleyball team was coming off an impressive showing in a highly competitive tournament last weekend - hitting its stride with Foothill League play right around the corner.
The Hart High boys and girls soccer teams mirror each other in several ways.
The Master's College sophomore Bianca Cubello snatched an errant Vanguard pass, galloped 3/4 of the court, side stepped a last second defender and laid the ball through the hoop in the first half of the Golden State Athletic Conference title game Tuesday.
At any given time, you might find College of the Canyons head men's golf coach Gary Peterson on Skype with a prospective Cougar golfer from any continent on the globe - except one.
In the last five years, four schools have left the NAIA-affiliated Golden State Athletic Conference - home of The Master's College - for the NCAA Division II PacWest Conference.
The West Ranch High boys tennis team is fresh off a groundbreaking year.
Hart sophomore Michael Valencia made - with youthful exuberance - a prediction last year.
Hart High's CIF-Southern Section Division IV boys soccer championship game against Bellflower tonight at Warren High in Downey seemingly has everything.
The Hart High boys soccer team secured its spot in the CIF-Southern Section Division IV title game with its win over Chaparral High on Tuesday.
The Master's College women's basketball team isn't in a desperate scramble to make the NAIA national tournament.
CORONA - It couldn't be. Not again.