Eastside High School knows it has its work cut out for it tonight when West Ranch travels to face the Lions at Antelope Valley High School at 7 p.m.
It would have been easy for the Valencia girls volleyball team to wilt under the pressure of a fifth game.
There's an old adage in sports that says, "If you want to be the best, you have to beat the best."
Fall sports are underway for The Master's College, and already, the Mustangs have had plenty of highlights. The men's soccer team pulled an upset over National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics No. 21 Texas-Brownsville in head coach Jim Rickard's 250th career victory. The men's and women's cross country teams have performed well at the start and the women's soccer team has shown its No. 6 ranking is deserved.
If the Palmdale Falcons were overlooking Hart High entering Friday night's match up at College of the Canyons, they sure weren't overlooking them for long.
The Hart football team didn't dwell very long on its 35-21 loss Sept. 2 to Tesoro High.
For two-and-a-half quarters, Trinity Classical Academy put on a clinic in how to let a team stick around.
Golden Valley girls tennis knows improvement is a process.
It's time to see how far the Cardinals have come.
The Canyon Cowboys girls tennis team is trying to do more than win matches this season.
Early on, it looked like the story of College of the Canyons' season opener against Antelope Valley College would be a defensive battle.
The Simi Valley defense did little wrong Friday night, while the Golden Valley defensive side struggled from the onset, as the Pioneers defeated the Grizzlies 45-14 at Canyon High School.
Major League Baseball rosters expanded from 25 to 40 players for all 30 teams on Thursday, and a couple of players with local ties will be making the trip up to the big leagues.
If the Valencia freshman football team struggles this season, it won't be for lack of depth.
The Valencia junior varsity football team has a lot to live up to after going 9-1 last season and winning the Foothill League.