Meet records fell and plenty of medals were handed out to both Canyon and Golden Valley track and field athletes on Saturday in the Santa Clarita Valley Track Invitational.
Hitting isn't something Valencia baseball teams have struggled with recently. Against the tough pitching of Alemany High of Mission Hills, the young Vikings couldn't even get a run across. Despite a strong outing from Valencia starter J.D. Busfield, Alemany won 1-0 on Thursday in the semifinal round of the Easton Tournament at Valencia High School. "Those types of games can go either way," Busfield said. "It just comes down to who makes a play when ...
It was almost the perfect start to the 2012 season for Valencia boys volleyball. But what appeared to be an easy win over CIF-Southern Section Division I seventh-ranked Thousand Oaks turned into a 3-2 loss on Wednesday at Valencia High School. After winning the first two games 25-20, 25-23 Vikings couldn't close out the third game, nor could they recapture momentum. Thousand Oaks won the next three games 26-24, 25-19 and 15-12 to beat Valencia, ...
Canyon boys volleyball may be replacing the loss of a handful of key seniors from last year.
After finishing up a promising non-conference portion of the season, The Master's College baseball is carrying the momentum into Golden State Athletic Conference play.
The College of the Canyons women's basketball team had to put together a historic run at the end of the season just to get into the playoffs.
The first few weeks of the season for Hart baseball is going to involve a lot of lineup shuffling and tweaking of the starting rotation.
Years from now, this season will be used as motivation for future College of the Canyons women's basketball players.
Megan Dawe did just enough to become Saugus High's all-time career scoring leader in girls basketball on Wednesday.
West Ranch did just about everything it could muster to rally back against highly-ranked Paramount boys soccer team.
PACIFIC PALISADES - In the Los Angeles area's premier annual golf tournament, not even Hollywood could have scripted as much drama and as many plot twists as Sunday's final round of the Northern Trust Open.
The simplest plan can often be the most effective. In the case of Saugus girls basketball, that meant relying on its usual go-to players and cashing in on a clear height advantage over the opposing Claremont Wolfpack. The strategy went off without a hitch, and the Centurions beat Claremont 57-29 in Saturday night's first-round CIF-Southern Section Division IIA playoff game on Saturday night. "It's nice to get an easy first-round game," said Saugus head coach ...
The season was marked with highs and lows for West Ranch girls basketball. The team couldn't quite find enough points to get past Pacifica High of Oxnard Saturday at Pacifica High School, where the Wildcats lost 53-44 in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division IA playoffs. West Ranch kept the game close most of the way though, but offensive struggles in the third quarter and turnovers plagued it in the end. Unfortunately for ...
Former Valencia High golfer Max Homa helped the University of California, Berkeley men's golf team win its third tournament of the year this week in Kahuku, Hawaii.
A year ago, Santa Clarita Christian School made history by winning its first playoff game in girls soccer.