It started with a few mishaps at the beginning.
The Valencia High School gym was mostly empty, and fairly quiet.
West Ranch boys volleyball is catching fire just in time.
At this point in the season, the result is all that matters.
It's been six weeks since College of the Canyons softball lost a game.
After finishing as Foothill League boys volleyball champions with a perfect 10-0 run through league play, Valencia became the league's only team to earn a home match in the first round of the playoffs this year.
It's no longer about winning league for Valencia baseball.
With one hit, Saugus softball revived its stance as a Foothill League title contender.
West Ranch put together a complete performance to come from behind and beat Canyon 6-4 on Thursday night at the William S. Hart PONY Complex.
Saugus baseball knew what was ahead in the final two weeks of Foothill League play.
On paper, West Ranch boys volleyball had nothing to play for.
College of the Canyons baseball had to grind its way just to earn a chance at a playoff game, then it had to grind once it got there.
Two years ago, the closest Zach Pearce had come to a volleyball court was watching a buddy of his play on the freshman team.
Regular seasons are just about done in most spring sports at The Master's College, but some teams are only just beginning.
Hart High graduate Delano Howell didn't hear his name called during this weekend's NFL Draft, but he'll be wearing an NFL uniform very soon.
All of a sudden West Ranch boys golf is looking vulnerable.