One by one, Valencia boys soccer head coach Tony Scalercio peeled off nearly all layers of winter clothing.
The first day of Foothill League action gave teams a chance to back up their strong preleague slate.
Somehow, the two-time defending Foothill League champion West Ranch boys soccer team found a way to play the underdog card.
This is the new Valencia boys basketball. It's a smaller, quicker, grittier group than in year's past. Most importantly, the Vikings play as a team, as they did in Tuesday night's 55-50 Foothill League-opening win over Saugus at Valencia High. "You can't just guard one guy," said Valencia head coach Rocket Collins. "It's easy when you have one guy, and (opponents) key on him. It is a little bit better now." Gone are the days ...
It's not as if it's random chance that all the pieces have fallen in place for West Ranch basketball.
It was only when he spent some time away from soccer that Justice Rodrigues realized how much the sport meant to him.
The Foothill League championship has been decided on the final day of league play two years in a row in boys soccer.
At the end of the Foothill League season, there was legitimate debate about who could be considered The Signal's All-Santa Clarita Valley Male Runner of the Year.
All you needed to know about Valencia senior Delaney Knudsen could be learned by talking to her coach.
In two days, Hart boys soccer beat two Foothill League opponents, and it has now won two straight Hart Soccer Showcase championships over the last two seasons.
Even in a tournament stacked with highly ranked teams, Saugus girls soccer kept finding a way.
It only took a few seconds for Hart senior Nico Ferrero to get comfortable. Playing in just his second game this season, Ferrero scored less than a minute after being subbed into the game and eventually recorded a hat trick in Hart's 4-0 win over Canyon on Friday in the Hart Soccer Showcase at Hart High School. The victory puts the Indians (7-1-1) into the tournament final against Valencia today at 10 a.m. "It was ...
College of the Canyons men's basketball came into the season committed to taking advantage of its impressive depth.
Golden Valley boys soccer is already showing how scrappy it can be. The short-handed Grizzlies surrendered a two-goal lead in the second half, but then rallied back to score the game-winning goal with seconds to play on Thursday to win 3-2 over Arleta, capping off its first day of pool play in the Hart Soccer Showcase at Hart High. "I think we just pulled together," said Golden Valley senior Sebastian Martinez, who scored two goals ...
The last time Pierce College women's volleyball lost a match, half the team was still in high school.
West Ranch Wildcats boys volleyball is on a mission this season.
The Saugus Centurions swim team had some highlights at Wednesday's meet with Valencia at Santa Clarita Aquatics Center, but in the end it was the Valencia Vikings who swept the day, 95-75 in girls and 113-55 in boys.
Santa Clarita Valley wrestling fans, get ready for some body slams, suplexes and high-flying moves off the top rope.
West Ranch High's Hannah Green and Canyon High's Alia McCoy used to scrimmage together during their days playing travel ball.
So much for the possibility of a frontrunner emerging early in the Foothill League.
The West Ranch Wildcats didn't panic after losing their first two Foothill League games.
Tanner Skabelund grew up in an environment that demanded a lot.
It's hard to figure out which team has more pressure on it.
Saugus Centurions baseball took one of the more stressful routes to victory.
Even before the NFL free agency period began, a few blockbuster deals were already made, according to reports around the league.
All the other schools that tried to recruit Jacqui Marshall were aggressive and almost pushy.
Toward the end of last season, Hart High boys volleyball was playing at a high level and showing signs of vast improvement from earlier in the year.