If Tuesday night's game was any indication, the Foothill League is going to have plenty of drama this year in boys basketball.
Canyon boys soccer head coach Khris Savage couldn't wait to get started on the 2010-11 season.
Less than a year ago, Canyon received what appeared to be a tough break.
Hart struggled to gain separation from St. Bonaventure in the first half, so it did all it could do to compensate.
In the game of volleyball, there are many different types of players.
Sometimes, a rough stretch can teach a team an important lesson.
A little more than a decade ago, Ray Sanchez stood at a podium, ready to deliver a speech at a banquet honoring the retirement of former Canyon coach and athletic director Ardyce Masters.
It didn't matter which sport it was.
It seems like every year the Santa Clarita Valley turns out another handful of talented athletes who move onto the greener pastures of college and professional sports.
Saugus girls basketball appears to have found a winning combination on offense.
The men's and women's basketball teams at College of the Canyons both traveled to play in tournaments over the weekend, but neither team came out unscathed.
There was nothing particularly taxing about last Friday night's activities for Joanna Masopust.
It looked like the Saugus boys soccer team was going to escape with a win after a somewhat sloppy game.
This all began a long time ago.
Santa Clarita Christian School boys soccer knew it had a challenge on its hands playing against a team one division above it in the CIF-Southern Section.
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.
The underdog story came to an end on Thursday for Jonathan Chang.