In a position often unnoticed, youth sports coach Matt Halliday has been recognized as he was chosen as one of 19 national nominees for the Positive Coaching Alliance's Double-Goal Coach Award last month.
It started as a track and field training program for his kids in 2002, but six years later, Phenom Athletics president and founder David Joseph is providing training for nearly 90 Santa Clarita Valley youth athletes.
The free-throw shooting may have made the difference for the Saugus girls basketball team, as they were downed by Dana Hills High 56-41 Saturday at Saugus High.
The Hart High boys soccer team spent the majority of the season under the radar in the Foothill league, but finished the season strong with a tough win on the road over Canyon, earning the top seed in the Foothill league.
LA CRESCENTA - Finishing its final four regular-season games on the road, the Valencia High girls basketball team carried over the traveling experience into its first playoff game of the season.
The Canyon High girls soccer team took an early exit from the playoffs as it lost 2-1 to Newbury Park Wednesday at Canyon High in the wild-card round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs.
Home court advantage was not enough as the Golden Valley boys basketball team fell to Burbank 70-51 in its CIF-Southern Section Division II-AA wild-card playoff game Wednesday.
It took overtime to do it, but The Master's College men's basketball team managed to hold off Biola 62-56, snapping its four-game losing streak.
The popularity of lacrosse is growing in the Santa Clarita Valley thanks to SCV Lacrosse.
The Master's College baseball team started conference play just as it started the season, unbeaten.
The Master's College men's basketball team lost to Vanguard 87-65 Saturday extending its current losing streak to four straight games.
The Saugus boys soccer team needed two things to happen coming into its final game of the season Thursday against West Ranch.
The Canyon High boys soccer team is alone at the top of the Foothill League for the time being.
Looking for growth and exposure, several local sports organizations have announced the formation of the Santa Clarita Youth Sports Association.
The SCYSA includes youth football teams, the Santa Clarita Wildcats and Grizzlies, SCV Lacrosse, SC Youth Rugby and the Phenom Athletics, which competes in track and field.
The Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball team has gotten good use of its current 11-11 season.