Golden Valley had one weapon. Saugus had three.
Two Hart High boys soccer players have locked down their college choices.
In the final game of its toughest Foothill League stretch of the season, Valencia boys volleyball was at its best.
Coming off a big week at the plate, The Master's College catcher and Hart High graduate Bryan Lucas was named the Golden State Athletic Conference Player of the Week on Monday.
It was the sixth inning when that dreaded moment came.
West Ranch took an unusual path to becoming Foothill League champions this year.
Nearing the end of a nine-game stretch in a span of just eight days, The Master's College baseball has had to reach down the depth chart.
Saugus boys volleyball head coach Barry Nua makes no bones about which players he builds his team around.
As far as pitching goes, Saturday was just about as good as it gets for The Master's College.
In a non-league affair on Friday, Santa Clarita Christian School baseball had a point to prove.
Now is the time to be hitting a stride.
Saugus baseball doesn't have a reputation as the best hitting team in the Foothill League, nor the best pitching.
Valencia High School junior Alison Lee has already won two tournaments this year.
One fact became clear about Valencia boys volleyball on Tuesday.
It started so well for The Master's College baseball. Just two weeks ago, the team was 20-6 and near the top of the Golden State Athletic Conference standings. A sudden seven-game losing streak has put TMC right in the middle of a cluster for fourth, fifth and sixth place in conference.
This is when everyone can take a step back and take a breath.
There was no reason for the defending league champions to panic after a loss last week.
Christian Ware-Berry says he always tries to picture himself making the biggest shots with all the pressure on.
This is technically Max Homa's rookie season as a professional golfer.
That coveted first Foothill League win of the season can sometimes be the toughest one.
Saugus Centurions goalkeeper Noah Maynard was happy to declare his feelings after an emotional Foothill League win.
Early in his life, there wasn't much consistency in Dalibor Nonkovic's life.
After a long, thought-out process and a long, successful high school career, Connor Wingenroth has finally decided where he'll continue his football endeavors.