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.
There were some hold-your-breath moments on Friday at the CIF State Track and Field Championship prelims.
It seems like every year the Santa Clarita Valley gets to see a handful of track and field athletes accomplish incredible things.
One race, eight laps around the track. And then it's over.
Santa Clarita Christian senior Clint Ross sat in the dugout during the seventh innings of the biggest baseball game.
If you were going by the rankings and records, there's no way you would have predicted West Ranch and Los Osos to be facing off today's CIF-Southern Section Division I semifinal.
With the departure of one major quarterback and wide receiver combination, a new wave of signal callers enter the picture in 2015.
NORWALK - Most of the Santa Clarita Valley athletes were just worried about qualifying for the state finals.
The high-powered Santa Clarita Christian offense could only be contained for so long.
For four weeks, College of the Canyons football has been like a broken record.
CORONA – By the time the Valencia Vikings take the field for their Foothill League opener, Friday night's sequence of events will be a distant ...
Foothill League football teams once again proved they aren't the least bit afraid to face some serious Southern California powerhouses.
The easy part is over.
Editor's note: This is the second installment in a new weekly series called "In Case You Missed It," or ICYMI. In this article, which ...
The players and the game plan were the same.
Perhaps we saw a glimpse of what was to come when the West Ranch boys emerged ahead of Saugus at last year's Foothill League ...
Even if Saugus runs away with a 10th straight Foothill League girls title - and all indications are that it will - this is still an entertaining ...
Don't try to act like things are the same as ever at Saugus High School. Because they aren't.
One off round was all the motivation Elisa Pierre needed to get right back into the familiar confines of the winner's circle.
Long layoff. Long trip. No problem for Santa Clarita Christian football.
If there were any questions about how Valencia's new-look, young lineup would perform in Foothill League play, those questions were put to rest in ...
West Ranch football experienced a hard crash back down to earth a week ago.
The most deceiving things about both Canyon and Burbank football are their win-loss records.