Just winning a couple games isn't enough for Canyon baseball this year.
It isn't that Hart boys volleyball isn't taking its opponents seriously.
Sometimes the best way to judge a pitcher is to based on his response when under duress.
A decade ago, Valencia boys volleyball was nothing more than an up-and-coming program at a relatively new school.
Closing in on the last few series of the season, The Master's College baseball needs to win games any way it can.
Canyon baseball had the hitting part figured out. It was just a matter of doing it with runners on base.
Everyone knew what was at stake.
The hard-fought wins can often be the most rewarding ones.
Saugus was caught by surprise, but managed to find its stride before it was too late.
When it came down to a couple of sets, the boys tennis team with more firepower at the top of the lineup held the advantage.
Everyone knows it's a part of sports.
When Fausto Arana took over the Hart boys soccer program in 2008, he knew it would take a couple of years to create a winning team.
It wasn't just Hart that had a comeback season.
His ability alone is impressive to watch on the court.
The dog days of the spring season are here.
Isidro Panduro doesn't have a gym membership.
Here's a message to all the Foothill League teams that lost on Friday night: Don't hit the panic button.
Hart High graduate Delano Howell was waive-injured by the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday, which means the Colts will place Howell on injured reserve for the entire season as long as Howell clears waivers.
The new-look Canyon Cowboys, led by a sophomore starting quarterback, didn't get a bit of mercy against one of the premier teams in California.
Sunday was a big day for one of golf's brightest young stars and another one of its best comeback stories of the year.
They're young, tough and they don't care if you don't know their names.
Saugus High senior Abbey Weitzeil took her talents to Australia this weekend, and she gets to come back with a medal at a major international swim competition.
During last week's visit to the Santa Clarita Valley, World Wrestling Entertainment executive Stephnanie McMahon addressed the question of whether or not her company fits under the umbrella of athletics.
Jeremy Haggerty tried his best to be a sponge over the past 12 years.
Trinity Classical Academy promoted assistant Jeremy Haggerty to the position of varsity head boys basketball coach on Tuesday.
Ever hear of those people who never take sick days at work?
Pain is inevitable. This is a concept that athletes across all sports seem to understand.
It's been said that if you love what you do, you never work a day in your life.
We play them, we watch them, we care deeply about them.
On TV, Stephanie McMahon plays the part of the vindictive, overbearing boss of a professional wrestling company.