Less than two weeks ago, Valencia lost handily to El Dorado of Placentia in the Redondo Power Classic Tournament.
Saugus' Jaclyn Clark did everything she could to keep her team alive Thursday night.
Canyon and Golden Valley are in very different situations at this point in the football season.
Valencia girls volleyball hasn't lost in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division IA playoffs since 2005.
Coming into the 2010 season, West Ranch head girls volleyball coach Nate Sparks knew his team was young.
The College of the Canyons defense knew it would have to contain the elusive Ventura College quarterback to have a chance to win the game.
College of the Canyons football is predicated on two principles - attitude and effort.
It's nothing spectacular, but it works for Saugus.
Valencia had already assured itself at least a share of a ninth straight Foothill League championship in girls volleyball.
Saugus closed out its 2010 regular season with authority, topping the Golden Valley Grizzlies in three games Thursday night at Saugus High School.
The Valencia girls volleyball team knew better than to take an improved Golden Valley team for granted.
Saugus still has a chance to win at least a share of the Foothill League girls volleyball title.
The alarm goes off. The clock shows 6:30 a.m.
There were just too many errors for College of the Canyons to overcome Saturday night at Cougar Stadium.
A major reason for College of the Canyons football's two-game winning streak is its improved ability to hold onto the ball.
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.