All-Star week isn't only taking place in Phoenix - at least not for Minor League Baseball.
They might have to learn how to play more zone coverage than man-to-man on defense. They'll most likely have to open up the passing game a lot more rather than relying so much on the ground attack.
ANAHEIM - It would be difficult to draw up a better scenario for the Los Angeles Angels heading into the All-Star break.
They don't get to play under the label of "professional hockey," but that's not such a bad thing.
It takes the drama out of a race when it's over in the first third of the contest. According to The Signal's scoring system, Saugus had done enough to win 2010-11 Program of the Year by Nov. 27, 2010. That's the day the girls cross country team won its nearly unthinkable fifth straight CIF state championship. And after all the season's results were in, Saugus' cross country accomplishments (both boys and girls teams) alone gave ...
It usually starts with a weight room session in the morning. After a short break, it's off to an afternoon practice, followed by a game or a camp in the evening. Go home, go to bed and repeat the same process five to six times a week. That basically describes the summer schedule of several multi-sport athletes in the Santa Clarita Valley. "I have a good time with it. Sometimes it gets hard," said Canyon ...
Some of the elite volleyball players in the Santa Clarita Valley will get a chance to call themselves true national champions.
The road is never easy for The Master's College when it comes to competition in the Golden State Athletic Conference.
Making it to a CIF-Southern Section division quarterfinal or semifinal is becoming a common story for the Vikings.
For Canyon High School, most of its athletic success this past year came in just a handful of sports.
It was a tennis season seemingly devoid of a dominant singles player in the Foothill League.
It was impressive enough to go undefeated in Foothill League competition, but to do it against teams stocked with talent was remarkable.
Some teams view it as a glorified practice. Others see it as an opportunity to learn how to win. Either way, the first day of the 2011 Saugus Under the Lights Passing Tournament on Friday was a chance for all six Foothill League football teams to get a glimpse of their skill positions against some of the best talent in the area. Each team played three games and Golden Valley was the only one to ...
On a team like perennial Foothill League champion Valencia, the concentration of talent is always thicker.
More than three weeks have passed since West Ranch graduate J.J. Holen's high school golf career ended.
West Ranch football went out of its way to put an emphasis on passing the ball more this year.
VENTURA - Even when the bounces don't go in favor of the Saugus Centurions, they're still finding ways to win.
Things aren't going to suddenly turn around over night for Canyon girls tennis.
Three solid, consistent games is all any coach can ask for of a volleyball team.
In 2011, Golden Valley girls golf was just trying to prove it wasn't a doormat in the Foothill League.
By simply not playing Hart and Canyon survived what was an otherwise tough week for some of the top football teams in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division.
MISSION VIEJO - It's tough to rattle this College of the Canyons team.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights already had sizeable challenge in front of them in facing a CIF-Southern Section 8-man power on Friday.
Two former Saugus High stars established themselves as College of the Canyons' next cross country headliners on Friday.