Jeremy Kimmer isn't a big fan of labels. The Canyon High junior would prefer to be known as a Jack of all trades and a master of none, as the saying goes. Ironic, since he'll compete today in the CIF-Southern Section Masters Meet at Cerritos College. He qualified for the event by leaping a school record height of 6 feet, 9 inches in the high jump to finish second among all Southern Section competitors ...
When A.J. Work last left Idaho as a high school baseball player, he was just a wide-eyed kid trying to figure out how he was going to compete with the "big boys."
West Ranch Wildcat Julia Lombardi hit the ball into center field for what appeared to the final out of the softball team's season.
One of the best runners in Golden Valley High School history just finished his four-year career at the school.
Scott Drootin didn't guide the Golden Valley Grizzlies baseball team to any championships, but he built up the program in many other ways.
When Canyon High football head coach Rich Gutierrez thought of the idea of hosting a passing tournament in the spring, his goal was to get some top level football programs involved.
Was it the traditional display of dominance for the Foothill League? Not exactly. But Saturday's CIF-Southern Section Track and Field Championships provided a fair share of success and drama for Santa Clarita Valley athletes at Mt. San Antonio College. Though no Foothill League athlete won an individual CIF championship, eight competitors from five different schools qualified for the CIF-Southern Section Masters Meet, which will take place on Friday at Cerritos College and will determine which ...
One year later, Tim White wasn't going to let anyone get in his way of a state championship.
Clusters of runners whiz by every couple of minutes. Coaches stand with stopwatches in hand, once in awhile barking out times and instructions. The area surrounding this 400-meter long oval track is crawling with athletes. Some are running, some jumping and others stretching or warming up. This, in general terms, is where Golden Valley freshman Azaria Hill grew up. It's where she and her brother and sister used to hang out while their mom was ...
After facing one of the best high school baseball teams in the nation, Valencia Vikings head coach Jared Snyder spelled it out in no uncertain terms. "They're that good," Snyder said. His Vikings lost 7-1 to the Harvard-Westlake Wolverines, Baseball America's No. 2 ranked team in the country, in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs on Thursday at Harvard-Westlake. Snyder continued his thought, "We had a chance in ...
Tanner Skabelund helped lead his West Ranch Wildcats volleyball team to new heights across the last two years. Skabelund now has a new accomplishment of his own - Foothill League Boys Volleyball Player of the Year. The league's coaches chose the senior outside hitter as the league's top player after West Ranch finished the season as Foothill League champions with a perfect 10-0 league record. It was West Ranch's first league title in program ...
In its first playoff appearance in team history, Albert Einstein Academy baseball didn't get any breaks.
The bats may be coming around just in time for Valencia Vikings baseball. Patient and effective hitting put Valencia in front early and an A.J. Balta grand slam put the game out of reach as the Vikings beat the Westlake Warriors 11-2 on Tuesday in a CIF-Southern Section Division I wild-card matchup at Valencia High School. "We saw the pitches we wanted and we hit them," said Balta, who started for the first time in ...
One break of serve here, another tough bounce there, and that was enough to prevent the Valencia Vikings boys tennis team from moving on in the postseason.
College of the Canyons golf head coach Gary Peterson still vividly remembers when his men's golf team won its first state championship 20 years ago.
The West Ranch Wildcats continued their unbeaten start to Foothill League play with a 3-1 victory over Saugus on Thursday at Saugus High.
Be careful about what you think you know.
This was the game circled on College of the Canyons' calendar.
SANTA MONICA - The Hart Indians faced another challenge on Friday night, and they didn't flinch.
Valencia girls volleyball marched into Golden Valley's gym, played three efficient games and then quickly shuffled out.
Neither team was going to come out of Tuesday's Foothill League girls volleyball opener with style points.
If the strength of the Foothill League were to be based solely on the number of returning starters, it would be a rough year for girls volleyball in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Whenever times get tough, Haley Lind's mom always reminds her of that winter in Colorado Springs.
SHERMAN OAKS - This was a Canyon Cowboys team with a lot of momentum headed into Friday night's marquee matchup against a state power.
Valencia High junior baseball player Devin Davis verbally committed to Loyola Marymount University this week, his father Darrell confirmed.
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.