Saugus girls volleyball didn't win its first Foothill League title in 10 years just to duck out in the first round of the playoffs.
It really began to sink in for Nate Sparks about a week ago.
VENTURA - Nothing has come easy this season for College of the Canyons football.
Playoffs are under way for the The Master's College fall sports, and so far, so good for at least one team - men's cross country.
After giving up a couple of big plays defensively in a loss to Hart last week, Valencia's defense took it as point of pride to avoid doing it again.
Trinity Classical Academy football might be out of its league, and not in a bad way.
Saugus High co-athletic director Jeff Hallman said he floated the idea to an old friend of taking over as the school's head track and field coach earlier this year.
It was a matchup of two teams with similar intentions.
A player like Hart High senior Brittani Elser couldn't have scripted a better finish to her high school career.
West Ranch's plan was to keep the ball away from Canyon's potent offense.
College of the Canyons has had its issues this year, but all indications show that things are about to get better.
Members of the Saugus girls volleyball team held up one finger signifying first place in the Foothill League.
Since the start of conference play, The Master's College women's soccer team has endured a lot of close losses.
The mood was generally calm and festive at Saugus High School.
College of the Canyons has finally settled on an offensive system that consistently moves the football.
All of a sudden West Ranch boys golf is looking vulnerable.