The Valencia Vikings were forced to shuffle some things around after last year's graduations left question marks on both the singles and doubles sides of the team.
When you lose two of the Santa Clarita Valley's top girls volleyball players, it's hard not to say you're rebuilding.
Three decades after the Canyon Cowboys won the school's first CIF title, former head coach Harry Welch and members of the 1983 CIF Northwestern Conference championship team reunited on the Cowboys' field Saturday at Canyon High School.
Prior to Saturday night's Canyon Cowboys game against visiting Clovis West, the high school honored its first CIF championship team during the pregame coin flip at Canyon High.
The Albert Einstein Academy Rockets football team may not have picked up a win in its first-ever varsity football game on Friday night, but the 82-22 loss at Frazier Mountain High (1-0) was still a milestone for the upstart program.
What started as a small, one-off fundraiser for the Canyon cross country program has blossomed 25-years later into the program's most anticipated recreational event.
Last season, Santa Clarita Christian football was nearly there.
CORONA - It was the best of times and the worst of times for the Hart Indians on the road at Santiago of Corona on Friday night.
Like most teams in the Foothill League, the Valencia Vikings junior varsity squad tries to replicate the somewhat-complicated schemes of its varsity counterpart as much as possible.
There's still a bitter taste in the mouths of the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals this season.
There will be a familiar name on the field for the Hart freshman team this season, and like his older brother, he'll be playing on both sides of the ball.
Hart High junior varsity head coach Dan Cota believes he has a quarterback and running back that could have success at the varsity level right away.
"Maniac." "Scary." "Crazy." "Nuts." "Beast."
From Major Leaguers to rookies, to All-Stars and guys watching their stock slip, the Santa Clarita Valley is well represented in Major and Minor League Baseball in 2013.
Today marks the second in a five-day series in which The Signal looks at the influence of money in our sports.