There wasn't anything special about what Hart boys volleyball did on Wednesday.
Even the experienced teams need a grace period sometimes.
Even for the most casual of volleyball fans, it's enough to impress.
In non-conference play, The Master's College baseball team looked promising despite its youth.
California teams aren't known for fielding good hockey teams, much less winning championships.
For most of the non-conference season, College of the Canyons softball had been shuffling around its wealth of young players, testing different lineups and positions.
Santa Clarita Christian's baseball team has plenty of early season rust to shake off.
According to head coach Chris Cota, College of the Canyons baseball isn't where it needs to be this season.
The last time Troy Neiman remembers having this much fun playing baseball, he was 12 years old.
It's far too early to start speculating about league titles and CIF competitions, but based on Saturday's track and field meet, the Foothill League has plenty of capable athletes.
First-year Golden Valley softball head coach Hugo Castillo spent an extra few minutes talking to his team after Friday's game.
In its final game before the opening of Western State Conference, South Division play, College of the Canyons baseball had one issue in mind.
The Master's College men's basketball won its last three games of the regular season to earn a spot in the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament.
The Master's College women's basketball team hoped to undo the poor finish it had to the regular season.
If the season for Hart boys soccer could be summed up in one game, Friday's contest would have been a good one to watch.
Valencia graduate Jonathan Chang is right in the thick of things after one day at the U.S. Amateur Championship on Monday in Johns Creek, Ga.
The Foothill League's wealth of experience was on display over the weekend at the Foothill Invitational girls volleyball tournament.
The third annual Foothill Invitational girls volleyball tournament wrapped up on Sunday in the Santa Clarita Valley.
When Steven Borden first signed his letter of intent for the University of Kentucky football team in December 2012, he wasn't rated by any major recruiting websites.
It figures that it would take until the very last hole and one of the top amateur players in the world to finally stop Alison Lee's momentum.
Earlier in the week, Valencia graduate Alison Lee talked about how valuable it was simply to make par at the difficult Nassau Country Club for the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
Valencia graduate Alison Lee made it clear early on Wednesday she wasn't going to suffer an upset early in the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
We've handed out the awards for the season that was across all high school sports.
If Saugus High swimmer Abbey Weitzeil wants to make it to the Olympics some day, her performance on Wednesday indicates she's on the right track.
Step one is over, and Alison Lee passed it with flying colors on Tuesday at the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
If Alison Lee's goal is to replicate her impressive performance from last year's U.S. Women's Amateur Championship, she's off to a good start this year.
In Santa Clarita, he was Leon the Phenom.
Kyle Ensing's volleyball prowess is now spanning the globe.
The offseason is over and training camp is officially in session for all 32 teams in the National Football League.
This season has been a learning experience for two local golfers.