Last year, Hart boys soccer was a work in progress.
Canyon boys basketball was getting tired of watching other teams celebrate at its expense.
Imagine a scenario where Valencia boys soccer is playing for a chance at a Foothill League title.
So far, Canyon girls basketball has only had one close call.
The Master's College women's basketball proved it can come back against a difficult conference opponent.
All it took was one missed free throw.
Canyon boys soccer can't seem to find itself in the right place at the right time.
Santa Clarita Christian girls basketball knew it had a challenging task ahead of it.
It was there for the taking.
Sometimes, you just have to get lucky.
At least the effort was there.
Enough was enough.
The pollsters have paid plenty of attention to College of Canyons women's basketball.
Saugus just played the first of three straight away games against Foothill League opponents.
This time, it was the offense that carried College of the Canyons men's basketball.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer team beat Tarbut V'Torah 4-0 on Saturday night in a CIF-Southern Section Division VII quarterfinal game at College of the Canyons.
The Master's College women's basketball is right where it wants to be at this point in the season.
At this point in the playoffs, nothing comes easy.
Nothing was going to get in the way of the Trinity Classical Academy Knights boys basketball team against the Laguna Blanca Owls of Santa Barbara in the CIF-Southern Section Division VI semifinals.
This year, Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer has put together the ideal formula.
While showing off her scrapes and bruises collected during the soccer game she just played, Hart senior Destinney Duron summed it up nicely.
It doesn't seem like anything can faze this Hart High boys soccer team.
As historical wins go, this one won't go into the ultra-dramatic category.
Even in the good years, College of the Canyons baseball takes a little bit of time to hit its stride.
This isn't a situation Greg Herrick is used to, nor is it something he likes very much.
College of the Canyons sophomore Keke Mathews gave herself somewhat of a New Year's resolution at the start of 2014.
The biggest message Golden Valley girls basketball head coach Kerri Garland tried to convey to her team was how good they were.
Hart girls soccer wasn't about to be pushed around on its home field in the playoffs.
Here was the reward for Albert Einstein Academy boys basketball.
All it took was one goal to calm all the playoff nerves.