Hart boys volleyball has many different formulas for success.
Alec Schlossman had every reason not to play volleyball.
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.
The best way to explain how an athlete can qualify as exciting is to define the term - and not simply in a dictionary sense.
It's become expected of Valencia athletics to stand among the top of the Santa Clarita Valley.
The evil empire is back.
The writing was on the wall for UCLA golfer and Valencia High graduate Alison Lee.
LOS ANGELES - Trevor Bauer insisted he didn't feel any different while pitching at the home of his favorite childhood baseball team for the first time.
When it comes to athletics, College of the Canyons takes a lot of pride in being one of the top community college programs in California.
Oh, how little things have changed in the last six months.
Natalie Rodriguez was one hundredth of a second short of winning her first Foothill League track and field title this year.
Even after the single most impressive moment of the season for any Foothill League athlete, Nathan Bultman didn't go home satisfied.
It's already been a busy summer for Valencia's Devin Davis.
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.