With the Foothill League focused on a matchup of heavyweights, the Hart Indians and Valencia Vikings girls soccer programs battling it out to a 1-1 draw on Friday night, it might have been easy to miss just how crazy of an evening it was.
There's always that one moment when everything starts to click.
Neither Valencia, nor Hart girls soccer was willing to change its attacking philosophy on Friday night at Valencia High School - and that made for a wild matchup of the top two teams in the Foothill League.
And the roll continues.
The College of the Canyons women's basketball team knew it was taking on a depleted Citrus College squad on Saturday evening at College of the Canyons.
The West Ranch girls soccer team did almost everything right during the first half on Friday afternoon.
With one of its top scorers, Lewis Stallworth, lying on the ground holding his ankle, and down nine points on the road to Saugus, the Hart High boys basketball team wasn't willing to roll over.
The Valencia girls soccer had a golden opportunity to start the Foothill League season with a momentum-building win over three-time defending league champion Saugus on Tuesday afternoon at Saugus High in both teams league openers.
Saugus girls soccer is used to setting new benchmarks for the next year's squad to eclipse.
Last year may not have played out quite like Saugus' perfect 10-0 league run the previous season, but it sure ended in familiar fashion.
Valencia's doubles lineup was undoubtedly the best in the Foothill League this season, and the Vikings' No. 1 team of Tina Inchalik and Ashley Keith didn't disappoint in their leading role.
It's hard to grasp just how good Golden Valley's Rebecca Ho has been over the course of her four-year varsity career until you stop and look at the numbers.
Lewis Stallworth scored a game-high 22 points, including 10 in the third quarter, to help the Hart boys basketball team pull away from Glendale, 72-56, in the championship game of its own Hart Holiday Classic at Hart High School on Saturday.
The Hart girls soccer team may have finally hit its stride.
With high winds and a slick field, the conditions were hardly ideal for the Hart girls soccer team in the opening day of the Hart Soccer Showcase.