It was a surprising breakout season for the Santa Clarita Blue Heat in just its second year of existence.
It doesn't really matter what level of golf it is, it's every man for himself.
The summer is seen as an offseason or a break for some athletes.
Quality club volleyball isn't just a novelty in the Santa Clarita Valley anymore.
Trinity Classical Academy Athletic Director Matt Dixon has a lot on his plate.
She's already competed in two U.S. Women's Open tournaments. She's No. 8 in the American Junior Golf Association Polo rankings and has five top 5 finishes in AJGA tournaments this year.
Editor's note: This is the first in a series of Q&As The Signal is conducting with every Santa Clarita Valley sports program's athletic director. The purpose of it is to give you, our readers, an insight to the athletic issues at each school and to also get you more familiarized with the athletic programs, who is running the school's athletic programs and what their opinions are.
Former Santa Clarita Christian School running back Collin Keoshian is still waiting to play his first down of college football.
Chrissy Madgwick has spent a good portion of the summer at Lake Hughes in the northern part of the Angeles National Forest.
All the Santa Clarita Blue Heat wanted to do was control the tempo, gain the momentum and secure a playoff spot.
All-Star week isn't only taking place in Phoenix - at least not for Minor League Baseball.
They might have to learn how to play more zone coverage than man-to-man on defense. They'll most likely have to open up the passing game a lot more rather than relying so much on the ground attack.
ANAHEIM - It would be difficult to draw up a better scenario for the Los Angeles Angels heading into the All-Star break.
They don't get to play under the label of "professional hockey," but that's not such a bad thing.
It takes the drama out of a race when it's over in the first third of the contest.
All of a sudden West Ranch boys golf is looking vulnerable.
All they wanted to do was get into the playoffs.
Can you consider one nonwinning year a drought?
Sunday will be a memorable day for Valencia graduate Alison Lee for a lot of different reasons.
Canyon High senior Cole Mears has always considered himself a utility player.
This is a good time of year for College of the Canyons softball.
For track and field coaches, it's always a balancing act between worrying about winning team competitions and figuring out how to keep their best athletes ready for the end of the season.
Saugus boys volleyball isn't going away quietly after falling short to Valencia earlier in the week.
A lot of weight was on the shoulders of a select number of athletes for Golden Valley girls track and field.