As Canyon goalkeeper Robert Nudya made his way off the field after a boys soccer matchup against West Ranch, he just couldn't hold back his emotions.
While Valencia and Canyon boys soccer remained gridlocked, the top two teams in the Foothill League further distanced themselves from the field.
Valencia boys basketball may have lost the game, but it made another addition to an already deep roster on Friday night.
Uriel Rodriguez couldn't stand to watch his team lose last year. Well, it wasn't his team at the time. He was sitting out that season, his junior year. All he could do is watch from the stands at Hart High School as the soccer team played out an 0-9-1 season in the Foothill League. "I would go to the game and I would see them losing and that would get me to want to play," ...
It's not just that it keeps winning, the Saugus girls basketball team keeps winning in different ways.
Saugus boys basketball applied just enough pressure. In a game where it led by as many as 13 points, Saugus brought the defense up higher and higher, and Hart couldn't make enough plays in the half-court. The Centurions survived Hart's second-half run to win 49-46 Friday night at Saugus High. Saugus led by as many as 13 points in the second quarter, but the Indians crept back into the game and took a late lead ...
The Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer did what it came so close to doing in recent years.
On Tuesday, Saugus girls basketball put on a game-finishing clinic and in turn pulled off the upset of the Foothill League season.
Canyon boys basketball hadn't forgotten what happened just over two weeks ago. It had to watch Saugus celebrate after beating Canyon on its home floor. In a reversal of fortune, it was a jubilant group of Cowboys fans filling center court after a convincing 67-45 win over the Centurions Tuesday night at Saugus High. Canyon moved into second place outright in the Foothill League with the win, breaking a tie with Saugus. Yet Cowboys head ...
So far this season, West Ranch boys soccer is the only team that hasn't lost to Hart in Foothill League play.
College of the Canyons men's basketball didn't want a letdown after defeating the state's No. 6-ranked Citrus on Wednesday.
As the second half of Foothill League play opened for the slate of winter sports, a few things can be pointed out.
For the first three quarters, it was anyone's game. In the fourth quarter, Valencia girls basketball outshot, outrebounded and outplayed West Ranch. The Vikings' efforts helped them overcome a cold-shooting night to take a 58-38 victory over the reeling Wildcats Friday at Valencia High School. Though it was a closer game than the final score indicated, Valencia was clearly the more composed team in a physical second half. While West Ranch, which has lost three ...
By now, Foothill League teams know Valencia boys basketball likes to play physical. That physicality reached a boiling point on Friday night, which nearly cost the Vikings a win. Nearly - but not quite, and the Vikings walked off the court with a 67-61 victory over West Ranch at Valencia High School. But that wasn't before five players were ejected and an array of technical fouls were issued. With 3:51 left on the clock, Valencia ...
Wins rarely come easy in the Golden State Athletic Conference. For The Master's College women's basketball, an easy win is a welcome reprieve. And the Mustangs' 85-49 victory over San Diego Christian on Thursday at Bross Gym was just what the doctor ordered. "It's great to get a win like that," said TMC head coach Dan Waldeck. "Especially in these last couple weeks, we've been getting better." After snapping a four-game losing streak with a ...
All three athletes had their separate reasons for taking the paths they took.
Even some of the coaches and parents in the community didn't realize a state championship existed for the American Youth Soccer Organization.
It wasn't the win itself, it was the reaction that said it all.
Call it a soft opening to the Santa Clarita Valley prep swim season.
Ideally, The Master's College women's basketball team would have liked to head into the NAIA National Tournament with a little bit of momentum.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer team dominated the Omega League from start to finish.
Not even a broken nose could stop Valencia Vikings senior Jake Veiga from playing.