Everyone knows who has the targets on their backs.
High school sports playoffs are going to look a lot different starting this fall.
Even with all the success Valencia boys soccer has already enjoyed this season, there was still one lingering item left on the checklist.
A lot changed in a two-week span for both the Saugus and West Ranch boys soccer teams.
The West Ranch Wildcats varsity boys basketball team has forfeited a Foothill League game after allowing an ineligible player to participate in competition.
Things are clicking so well for College of the Canyons women's basketball, everything seems to be simple.
Hart took control with an offensive assault, and then hung on with suffocating defense.
For the second straight game, a goal was tough to come by for Hart boys soccer.
As soon as Hart High offensive lineman Colby Pursell laid eyes on the University of Colorado, he was sold.
A matchup of two good defensive teams started like it was supposed to - a low-scoring, grind-it-out type of game.
It was as if Hart boys soccer players were taking turns firing shots at the goalkeeper and off crossbars.
Even before the first Foothill League results were tallied on Tuesday, it was already looking like a clear split was imminent in boys soccer this season.
In 80 emphatic minutes of soccer, the Valencia boys very much proved it won't have any problem translating its preleague success into Foothill League wins.
The CIF-Southern Section posted its latest prep basketball and soccer rankings on Monday afternoon, revealing several Santa Clarita Valley teams in the polls.
With as many banners as the Valencia football program has collected in the last decade-plus, it's surprising that only two Valencia quarterbacks have ever been named The Signal's All-Santa Clarita Valley Player of the Year.
It wasn't just a win the Hart boys soccer team was fighting for on Friday.
The Master's College will relieve Ken Sugarman of his duties as men's basketball head coach at the end of just his second season ...
When not a lot was going right, Canyon girls basketball did what it always does. It turned to its defense.
There's just no right answer against the Hart High boys basketball team.
The phrase written on the warm-up shirts of every Valencia High boys soccer player is the same.
Hart High kicker/punter Andrew Nielsen earned just about the highest honor there is for a high school football player in California.
No buzzer-beaters, overtimes or wild finishes this time.
It was only a few weeks ago when Valencia and West Ranch seemed like two boys basketball teams headed in opposite directions when they faced ...
It may have been the players-only meetings held earlier in the week, or it could have been the simple urgency created by the struggles in ...
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