Santa Clarita Christian School spent a little more than a decade building up to juggernaut status in 8-man football in Southern California.
If you're looking for evidence of a change within the Santa Clarita Christian School football team, look first to Derek Lewis.
It doesn't seem to matter what questions you ask him about football.
It's not every year you have the school's all-time leader in passing yards and receiving yards playing at the same time together.
Justin Derpic would be the first to tell people he's not the most athletic player on the field.
It's always natural to play the name game when you're talking about a player about to reach a milestone.
A major transition is taking place within the Santa Clarita Christian football team.
It wasn't even two years ago this team was celebrating its first win in school history.
Right around this time a year ago, Hart football head coach Mike Herrington said he had never started a sophomore quarterback on opening day in all the years he'd coached there.
Max Homa had coasted through the first three days of the U.S. Amateur Championship.
Max Homa has had just one slip-up so far at the U.S. Amateur Championship.
SEATTLE (AP) - King Felix now has a crowning achievement.
Valencia High graduate Max Homa had a tougher challenge on his hands Tuesday than he did the day before.
Based on how he's played all year, it would figure that Valencia High alumnus Max Homa is off to a roaring start to the biggest amateur golf tournament of them all.
If all goes as planned, this weekend could be the start of a new trend in Santa Clarita Valley sports.
It turns out the Foothill League's Player of the Year in baseball and the state's leading home run hitter was supposed to be an All-CIF selection after all.
A big group of Santa Clarita Valley athletes made it on All-CIF lists, which were unveiled Monday by the Southern Section, but one of the biggest reveals of the day was a name that didn't show up anywhere.
A lot of coaches like to fly under the radar as much as possible.
The minute school ends for the summer, it becomes football season in the Santa Clarita Valley.
College of the Canyons head football coach Ted Iacenda doesn't lack any ambition when it comes to recruiting.
It's no wonder Valencia High School's baseball team featured such a dangerous lineup this season.
Editor's note: Today marks the fifth in a series in which we recognize athletes at the local high schools who represent their respective schools not so much by what they do on the field, but off of it. We call them "More than an athlete."
Editor's note: Today marks the second in a series in which we recognize athletes at the local high schools who represent their respective schools not so much by what they do on the field, but off of it. We call them "More than an athlete."
Though Foothill League football teams appear to be competing in a more difficult playoff division, one California football expert says that doesn't mean another championship is out of the question.
Jeff Gilkey is stepping down as co-head coach of Valencia High School's cross country and track and field programs, he confirmed last week.
It's not as if the 2014 track and field season didn't have it's highlight moments and admirable performances.
It won't go down as a day of outright glory for two local athletes.
With current and former players getting into the mix, Saturday was a big day for the College of the Canyons baseball program.
Nathan Bultman had to wait all day for his event to start.
The dates have been announced for the third annual Foothill Invitational girls volleyball tournament coming up this summer in the Santa Clarita Valley.