With a chance to clinch at least a share of its 10th Foothill League title in 11 years, the Valencia girls volleyball team turned to a pair of sisters to get the job done.
A state championship team, All-Conference and All-State athletes, and a long-time softball coach will all be honored by College of the Canyons during the school's 2013 Hall of Fame induction ceremony, the school announced Wednesday.
The College of the Canyons women's soccer team entered its Tuesday match with L.A. Valley looking to continue what has already been a stellar season for the Western State Conference, South Division defending champions.
When her emotional match with Hart's Proyfon Lohaphaisan ended Tuesday, Valencia senior Brigitta Benitez fell to her knees in joy.
It was do or die for Valencia girls tennis on Tuesday afternoon at Valencia High School if it had any hope of winning a Foothill League title.
The Master's College's John Gilbertson extended his undefeated season on Saturday, winning the competitive Bronco Invitational at Santa Clara University with an eight-mile time of 23 minutes, 40.3 seconds - a personal best.
The two teams at the top of the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division poll, Hart and Palmdale high schools, continued to separate themselves from the pack this week, as Hart defeated West Ranch 49-6 and Palmdale took care of Quartz Hill 41-3.
It was as flawless of a performance as a high school team could hope for. The Hart High football team opened up its game against West Ranch with a 76-yard kickoff return by Austin Murillo deep into Wildcats' territory before scoring the game's opening touchdown on a 3-yard carry by junior Connor Wingenroth. It was the first of seven straight possessions that resulted in touchdowns, as the Indians controlled every aspect of the game in ...
Sandwiched between a match last Thursday's match with Saugus and next Tuesday's contest with Hart, CIF-Southern Section Division I-A No. 6 Valencia had what can be characterized as a classic trap game when it traveled to take on upstart Canyon on Thursday night.
The rivalry between West Ranch and Valencia girls tennis looked a little but different when the two met at Valencia High School on Wednesday afternoon.
The three ranked Foothill League teams in action last week ran through all the possible outcomes, with a convincing win, a close loss, and an odd tie.
SIMI VALLEY - When Golden Valley running back Leon Jacobs rumbled 76 yards for a go-ahead touchdown in the second quarter, it looked like it might be the spark plug the Grizzlies needed to upset Simi Valley on Friday night at Simi Valley High School.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Valencia girls volleyball team wasn't playing the part of the defending champion in its Foothill League opener.
"There's nothing like finding out your 11-year-old son has cancer," Dave Koppenhaver says. "That was the worst thing I've ever heard."
The inaugural Mustang Challenge cross country race hosted by The Master's College at Central Park in Saugus on Saturday afternoon went off about as well as the Mustangs could have hoped.
West Ranch High Student Ashlyn Matheus still can't run - but she can certainly ride.
The USA Swimming Open Water National Championships concluded Sunday with the men's and women's 5K races at lower Castaic Lake.
Saugus Centurions softball is going to be looking back at this one for a while.
The West Ranch Wildcats softball team did their part first - then they received a little help from an unlikely ally 67 miles away.
When Jonathan Morsch's high school swimming career came to an end on Saturday, it was the culmination of 11 years of swimming - an 11-year venture that took Morsch from swimming out of necessity to swimming because he was one of the best the Santa Clarita Valley had to offer.
In its first season since moving up from the Heritage League to the more competitive Liberty League, the Trinity Knights softball team accomplished a lot by making the postseason.
The Valencia Vikings softball team certainly had its chances to advance to the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I postseason.
The West Ranch Wildcats boys lacrosse team couldn't have dreamt of a more dramatic ending to its inaugural season.
As soon as Abbey Weitzeil touched the wall in the 100-yard freestyle for her second individual CIF title of the day, the Saugus sophomore spun around to check the results on the board.
The College of the Canyons Cougars baseball team couldn't find an answer for Saddleback College Gauchos pitcher Evan Manarino on Friday.
For the Hart Indians boys tennis team, the cause was rather simple.
The Valencia Vikings continue on. For the first time since 2008 - when Valencia advanced to the quarterfinals of CIF-Southern Section Division I - the Vikings have made it past the second round. This time around, the Vikings play in Division II, and on Friday afternoon Valencia defeated the Temple City Rams 12-6 at Temple City High School. "The guys are stoked. They were really happy," said Valencia head coach Annie Kellogg. "I still had ...