On one hand, you have the future of Santa Clarita Valley girls golf with fast-rising West Ranch freshman Mack Bailey.
Santa Clarita Christian head football coach Garrick Moss summed it up in one sentence after Saturday's game.
Usually, there's a certain allure to the biggest high school cross country meet in the country.
There haven't been any major surprises yet in Foothill League play. But there are some trends worth keeping an eye on.
This feeling of being a frontrunner will be one Hart girls volleyball will have to get used to.
We're starting to get into the meat of football season, which is undoubtedly going to cause some shifting CIF-Southern Section West Valley Division.
Perhaps lost in the shuffle of Major League Baseball playoffs and the start of the National Hockey League season this month, October also marks the beginning of the 2015 PGA Tour season.
Not a lot has gone right for Albert Einstein Academy with an array of injuries and off-field issues.
Saugus Centurions girls volleyball has found its hot hand.
In theory, the Saugus boys were the best team in the Foothill League all along.
You couldn't pick a better athlete to bookend the Welker era at West Ranch High School.
In a bout between two Foothill League girls volleyball teams looking to bounce back, the Saugus Centurions were the more poised and consistent of the two on Tuesday night against West Ranch.
The only thing that wasn't completely surprising about Friday night's Foothill League rivalry game between Hart and Canyon was that the heavily favored Hart Indians eventually won.
Not much gets by Erin Indermill.
Every football team in the CIF-Southern Section West Valley Division is at least halfway through its regular season.
Over and over, coaches keep saying that this College of the Canyons men's basketball team is close to breaking through.
There was no pomp and circumstance whatsoever for Chad Phillips in his return to Canyon High School, the place where he coached for 12 successful years.
If Canyon girls basketball needed a game to prove it's officially back on track, this was it.
Maybe it's something in the water at Hart High School.
It sure didn't take long for Canyon boys basketball to resolve its issues.
You won't see Anthony Salvadori smiling too often on a soccer field.
The way the Hart boys soccer team is playing these days, no one can afford to spot the Indians a goal.
Sometimes progress has to come in baby steps.
There's nothing like a few conference losses to bring a team back down to earth.
In a Foothill League that's so evenly matched across the board, wins aren't always going to come with a lot of style points.
Five Santa Clarita Valley football players, including four from the Foothill League, were honored as All-CIF players on Tuesday with the release of the CIF-Southern Section 11-man football selections.
Valencia resident Kendall De La Vega kicked, passed and punted her way all the way to the NFL playoffs.
Golden Valley boys soccer head coach Juan Paolo has coached countless semi-pro, college and high school players through the years.
The torch keeps getting passed around the Foothill League when it comes to boys soccer.
Just six games into the season, Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball is already resembling the type of team that reached a CIF championship game a year ago.