PACIFIC PALISADES - In the Los Angeles area's premier annual golf tournament, not even Hollywood could have scripted as much drama and as many plot twists as Sunday's final round of the Northern Trust Open.
The simplest plan can often be the most effective.
The season was marked with highs and lows for West Ranch girls basketball.
Former Valencia High golfer Max Homa helped the University of California, Berkeley men's golf team win its third tournament of the year this week in Kahuku, Hawaii.
A year ago, Santa Clarita Christian School made history by winning its first playoff game in girls soccer.
PACIFIC PALISADES - Each time one of Jason Gore's putts just wouldn't quite drop into the hole, he cringed and clutched the bill of his cap.
Against a tall, athletic team like Inglewood High, Saugus boys basketball had to rely on executing its offense and slowing down the tempo.
Not much more could have been asked of Hart girls soccer.
For most of the game, West Ranch boys soccer controlled the midfield and held the backline.
Hart boys soccer has overachieved all year long.
PACIFIC PALISADES - He tweeted, he came, and now it's time for him to conquer.
No matter how bad things looked, Santa Clarita Christian School boys basketball kept fighting right down to the last game.
COMPTON - It started with a miscue at the end of the first half and it ended with another at the end of the second.
In a game with such a small margin of error, College of the Canyons baseball could be dangerously close to reviving its rich tradition.
West Ranch didn't get this far without a few close calls and without having to overcome a few bumps in the road.
All of a sudden West Ranch boys golf is looking vulnerable.