NORWALK - Cerritos quarterback Brandon Denker found a wide open Garioni Manning in the corner of the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown pass to tie the game with 42 seconds remaining to send Saturday night's contest between College of the Canyons and Cerritos to overtime at Cerritos College.
Both the men's and women's soccer teams wrapped up the regular season on Saturday, and both teams face uphill battles headed into this week's Golden State Athletic Conference tournament.
There's no other way to put it - it was an odd night of football on Friday night at Canyon High between Golden Valley and Saugus highs.
Long after their teammates had finished playing on Thursday afternoon at Valencia High, Golden Valley's top player Rebecca Ho and Valencia's No. 1 singles player Brigitta Benitez were locked in a grueling battle that capped Valencia's 14-4 victory.
The West Ranch girls tennis team completed its first undefeated regular season in school history, defeating Saugus 13-5 Thursday afternoon at West Ranch High.
When the Canyon and West Ranch football teams meet on the field tonight at Valencia High at 7 p.m., it will be a battle of two teams coming off very different games.
West Ranch wide receiver Matt Christensen hasn't received many headlines this season. While his team has racked up wins, and other teammates have received praise, Christensen has continued to fly under the radar - and he's just fine with that. "They can say and write what they want," Christensen says. "But I just work hard. If the team does well, then I'm happy and it doesn't matter about the headlines." Through the Wildcats' first seven ...
Step one is complete. The West Ranch girls tennis team clinched its first outright Foothill League title ever with a 13-5 victory over Hart on Wednesday at West Ranch High. The Wildcats (15-0 overall, 9-0 Foothill League) came out like a team on a mission, jumping out to an early 5-1 lead after one round of play that proved insurmountable for the Indians (9-6, 5-4) to overcome. "Our girls, they got a really quick start," ...
In one of its most important matches of the season, the West Ranch girls volleyball team put up strong performances early and often in a 3-1 victory over Hart High at West Ranch on Tuesday.
The Foothill League's six cross country teams traveled to Mt. San Antonio College on Saturday to take part in the 64th annual Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational.
The Master's College athletics teams tallied some big victories this week, as both the men's and women's soccer teams defeated visiting Fresno Pacific. But the story of the week came once again from the cross country teams.
Today at Cougar Stadium at 7 p.m., the College of the Canyons football team will come toe-to-toe with an Allan Hancock College squad at 7 p.m. that features an offense distinctly different from its own.
Golden Valley's quest for its first Foothill League football victory will have to wait at least one more week.
One year ago, Earl Johnson was a junior running back on the Golden Valley football team trying to earn playing time alongside talented starter Jeff Coprich.
The West Ranch girls tennis team continued its undefeated run through the Foothill League with a 12-6 victory over Golden Valley on Tuesday at Golden Valley High.
As soon as the ball reached the glove of West Ranch Wildcats first baseman Jordan Benty for the second out of a game-ending double play, the Wildcats came storming out of the dugout, dog piling in front of the mound in celebration.
The Hart Indians nearly pulled off a remarkable win over the second-place Valencia Vikings with an inexperienced pitcher in the circle.
It sure looks like something's missing.
The Foothill League was thrown a curve ball on Tuesday, and Valencia was one of the beneficiaries.
It's been a while, but on Thursday the Foothill League Finals boys meet is far from a sure thing.
Holding a lead in the seventh inning against the Valencia Vikings is something the Saugus Centurions remember well.