It was one first-year varsity quarterback leading a young team against the other.
We've detailed the 2011-12 athletics seasons of each and every school in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The long list of local products in the minor leagues just got a little bit longer.
Another Foothill Leaguer collected a statewide baseball honors this week as ESPNHS.com released its list of top prep baseball players for the 2012 season.
The 2011-12 year of athletics at The Master's College was highlighted mostly by the prowess of the cross country and track and field programs.
Ironically, the best example of John Gilbertson's desire as an athlete can be summed up by what he might consider to be a failure.
Holly Kopp went out on top.
Coming off a difficult five-game roadtrip, the Santa Clarita Blue Heat didn't get the kind of homecoming it sought on Sunday.
It's hard to narrow it all down to a single theme for Santa Clarita Christian School.
Though he didn't spend all four years of high school at Santa Clarita Christian School, Chad Latch was easily one of the most well-known and well-liked students on campus.
Christina Keoshian had a name that was well known before she arrived at Santa Clarita Christian.
As decorated as the Hart High School gym already is, the few banners added during the 2011-12 athletic season aren't going to take up a whole lot of real estate.
Usually, the easiest way to spot the best athletes is to pay attention to which ones keep popping up all over the place.
Though technically Kelsey Steck is Hart's Female Athlete of the Year for the 2011-12 school year, the honor may have a lot to do with the entirety of her high school career.
After bursting onto the scene at West Ranch this season, Jagger Rusconi was named as the state's top freshman baseball player by Cal-Hi Sports.
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.