Every angle of sports is covered these days.
Mike Herrington still remembers even the minor details of that mid-December evening in 2003.
As long as sports have been around, there have been ways to tweak things just enough to gain a slight edge on opponents.
It's the elephant in the living room. Or maybe it's the vicious, angry bull in the living room.
Since 2001, The Master's College has been part of arguably one of the most dominant sports conferences in the country at its level.
It seems like only a few weeks ago that girls volleyball competition was in full swing.
When John Torres helped create the Santa Clarita Youth Sports Association in 2006, his vision was to expand the area's youth football scene.
William S. Hart baseball teams are raking in the championships these days.
It was a surprising breakout season for the Santa Clarita Blue Heat in just its second year of existence.
It doesn't really matter what level of golf it is, it's every man for himself.
The summer is seen as an offseason or a break for some athletes.
Quality club volleyball isn't just a novelty in the Santa Clarita Valley anymore.
Trinity Classical Academy Athletic Director Matt Dixon has a lot on his plate.
She's already competed in two U.S. Women's Open tournaments. She's No. 8 in the American Junior Golf Association Polo rankings and has five top 5 finishes in AJGA tournaments this year.
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of Q&As The Signal is conducting with every Santa Clarita Valley sports program's athletic director. The purpose of it is to give you, our readers, an insight to the athletic issues at each school and to also get you more familiarized with the athletic programs, who is running the school's athletic programs and what their opinions are.
With her adrenaline pumping, Santa Clarita Christian sophomore Shelby Boswell felt like she could keep pitching all day long.
Foothill League football teams can say goodbye to the Northern Division.
A group of young, late arrivals to Canyon varsity softball has injected new life into the team.
The team playoffs have not been kind to the Foothill League lately.
On paper, Tuesday looked like a rough day for Foothill League boys volleyball teams.
Everything seems to go right for Canyon and Golden Valley track and field this year.
Welcome to stage one of the high school track and field postseason.
This is uncharted waters for Santa Clarita Christian.
An up-and-down season for the Valencia Vikings boys tennis team finished with an up-and-down day.
Valencia boys volleyball showed a propensity for winning close matches during Foothill League play this season.
The ill-timed slump continued for The Master's College baseball on Monday.
One former College of the Canyons football player was selected over the weekend in the NFL Draft and two more were picked up on Monday as NFL free agents.
Usually, coaches try their best to be politically correct when talking to reporters.
The group of girls who anchor Golden Valley's successful track and field team aren't looking for anyone's congratulations.
Among all the chaos of the Foothill League track and field finals, there was a big moment which was somewhat lost in the shuffle.