Ethan Marshall's backyard has been converted into a year-round volleyball court.
It's beyond the point where Hart baseball is simply on fire.
Though it wasn't a big surprise that the Saugus girls track and field team took care of business against Hart on Thursday, it still called for at least a brief celebration.
Valencia Vikings boys golf is the most on-fire team in the Foothill League.
It's clear that Valencia boys volleyball won't have a cakewalk in the last half of Foothill League play.
It's become a relative certainty in the last 15 years that Valencia will rule the roost when it comes to Foothill League boys volleyball.
Golden Valley senior Nikaela Harris is so ahead of the curve, sometimes she doesn't even understand it.
In track and field circles, the old saying is that records are meant to be broken.
There are a lot of reasons why Hart baseball has turned things around so dramatically since the start of Foothill League play.
It's been a while since Canyon boys volleyball was a real contender for a Foothill League title.
We're exactly halfway through the Foothill League boys golf season, and we're no closer to revealing a potential team champion.
It's difficult to quantify the value of a defensive player in soccer.
West Ranch boys lacrosse head coach Mike Borsos decided to design a trophy this year for the unofficial Foothill League championship in one of this area's fastest growing sports.
Put a piano in front of him, and he'll play a few notes. Put a math puzzle in front of him, he'll solve it.
It may be early in the track and field season, but the Foothill League may be back in a big way.
It's assumed that the period between 2006-2012 for Saugus girls cross country is considered a dynasty.
A few years ago, Kyle Ensing made a deal with a friend of his.
It was hard for J.J. Holen to think of one shot or one moment that really cost him at Monday's U.S. Amateur Championship Sectional Qualifying event at TPC Valencia.
It wasn't just about what Miles Fallin did this year.
This could have been a year of what-could-have-beens for West Ranch.
No other program has defined a school across the last decade the way cross country has done so with Saugus.
Simply put, girls ruled for Golden Valley athletics in the 2014-15 school year.
The term "generational talent" shouldn't be thrown around very often.
This year's CIF-Southern Section Division II champion in the girls discus toss didn't even know the proper technique for the event a year ago.
When it came to big track and field meets, there was a pretty regular crowd that gathered around the shot put ring.
The reason why Santa Clarita Christian's Richard Min kept playing football even when times were tough was simple. His mother told him to.
A memorable spring season for Santa Clarita Valley sports was given an exclamation point as the CIF-Southern Section honored some of the area's best athletes with All-CIF nods in baseball, softball and boys volleyball.
Editor's note: Today marks the fourth 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.
This year's U.S. Open will be devoid of Santa Clarita Valley prep products.
West Ranch High thrower Nathan Bultman has done nothing but break records and set new standards in the track and field arena.