Normally, Valencia Vikings boys soccer is content with sitting on a one-goal lead and playing defense.
It doesn't appear anyone is slowing down Valencia Vikings girls soccer lately. This Friday may very well be the last chance to stop the Vikings from winning their first Foothill League title since 2009. That's when Valencia takes on the league second-place Canyon Cowboys at 5 p.m. at Canyon High. "Our approach is we want to run the table," said Valencia head coach Sean O'Connell. "We know there's not a team that outplayed us yet ...
After losing its first three Foothill League games and allowing 12 goals along the way, the Saugus Centurions boys soccer team took it personally.
All you've got to do with the West Ranch Wildcats boys basketball team is give them a little time.
The coaching staff at Saugus just kept waiting for it to happen. There he was, well over 6 feet tall by the time was a freshman in high school. He came from an athletic and supportive family. He was a hard worker, had good grades, the whole kit and caboodle. Saugus senior Jacob Dawe had the perfect makeup of a good basketball player all along, and his coaches knew it was only a matter of ...
Canyon High senior Drew Wolitarsky, a record-breaking wide receiver, made his official verbal commitment to the University of Minnesota on Sunday evening, his father John confirmed.
Valencia Vikings boys basketball is a team that preaches chemistry and playing team ball.
There's nothing like beating your league rival to heal all the wounds of a painful loss earlier in the week.
Tuesday was a good day for Valencia Vikings soccer on the boys and girls side. Both teams came into the day at second place in the Foothill League, and both came out of it in first. But that's only a few of the major story lines going on here at the halfway mark of the winter league season. Boys With five games in the books and five to play, the league title race appears to ...
The way the Valencia Vikings boys soccer team is playing defense these days, all they need is one goal.
Timing has been everything for College of the Canyons sophomore Jaylen Bland. For better or worse, it took a lot of strange twists and surprises for him to end up in a Cougars uniform. After enduring a frustrating freshman year of college basketball, it was actually an old high school rival who played a big part in bringing Bland back to the Los Angeles area where he used to live. "I ...
Instead of practicing earlier this week, Saugus boys soccer held a team meeting following a third straight Foothill League loss.
Whether or not this game could be considered a must-win for Saugus boys basketball, the Centurions certainly played like it.
If Hart girls soccer is the hottest team in the Foothill League, Valencia gets the title of most consistent.
The theme of anyone coming up big on any given night has spilled over to the conference season for College of the Canyons men's basketball.
Tanner Skabelund grew up in an environment that demanded a lot.
It's hard to figure out which team has more pressure on it.
Saugus Centurions baseball took one of the more stressful routes to victory.
Even before the NFL free agency period began, a few blockbuster deals were already made, according to reports around the league.
All the other schools that tried to recruit Jacqui Marshall were aggressive and almost pushy.
Toward the end of last season, Hart High boys volleyball was playing at a high level and showing signs of vast improvement from earlier in the year.
For a while, it looked like College of the Canyons men's basketball was going to keep this ride going.
With a new head coach coming in at the last minute and a young team trying to recover from graduation losses, Golden Valley boys volleyball has its work cut out this season.
Canyon boys volleyball is a team trying to develop trust among one another.
Don't close the book on this season just yet.
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.