By Jon Stein Signal Staff Writer The Golden Valley football team saw ups and downs on both sides of the ball last season - but if there was one unit that significantly held the Grizzlies back, it was on the offensive line. "Last year, (running back Earl Johnson) had to do it by himself," said returning lineman Adam Garcia. "He didn't have a whole lot of support on the offensive line and games are won ...
It's never easy replacing your star athlete - and it's even harder when that athlete was an NCAA Division I quality player.
Organizing a tournament for 22 high school girls volleyball teams isn't an easy feat, but with the exception of one minor set back, day one of the inaugural Foothill Invitational volleyball tournament went off without a hitch at three locations across the valley Friday.
Amy Moore has never been to the Great Britain. But she has certainly gained an appreciation for the country in which many in her family - including her father - were born. This summer, the Valencia High graduate suited up for team Great Britain during international softball competition, and the University of the Pacific catcher, who will start her senior year in the fall, set herself up for many more years of international service. Playing ...
Valencia tennis athletes are used to getting plenty of recognition over the years, and this year was no different with the Vikings rolling through the Foothill League to win their seventh straight league title.
Golden Valley may have had its struggles during the regular season in 2012, but so far this summer, things couldn't be going any better.
Former Valencia slugger Trey Williams, once projected as a first-round pick in the 2012 MLB First-Year Player Draft, has decided to decommit from Pepperdine University and instead attend College of the Canyons, Cougars head baseball coach Chris Cota confirmed Thursday.
The Master's College athletics department has decided to make changes to its program offerings heading into the 2012-13 school year.
Sitting down at TPC Valencia golf course on Friday, it didn't take long to recognize that Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore is a man comfortable with where he is in life.
Offense has been a struggle for the Canyon High baseball team this summer, and Thursday afternoon's Valley Invitational Baseball League regular-season finale against Kennedy High was no different.
From quarterback to kicker to slot receiver? Talk about the road less traveled. That, though, is exactly what former Hart High signal caller C.J. Reyes is up to at Idaho State University. The walk-on turned partial-scholarship athlete will be the starting punter this season, but a desire for more playing time convinced the red-shirt sophomore to approach a new coach about playing a new position. "I asked (head coach Mike Kramer) if I could start ...
College of the Canyons product Dana Eveland's attempt at a relief role with the Baltimore Orioles has come to an end, at least for now.
An estimated 1,000 skateboarding fans are expected to turn out to the Santa Clarita Skatepark on Saturday for the kick off of the Birdhouse Left Coast Tour, featuring legendary skateboarder Tony Hawk and his Birdhouse team.
After using two officials for basketball games during league play in 2011, the Foothill League has voted to adopt three-person crews for all league boys basketball games in 2012, according to league secretary Dody Garcia.
It's never too early to start thinking about football. Calpreps.com, a website which analysis and assigns power rankings to every high school football team in California, has released its updated power rankings for 2012. According to the site, Hart is the cream of the Foothill crop, posting a 44.5 ranking. Canyon follows with a 42.3, Valencia is third with a 38.1, West Ranch is fourth with a 22.6, Saugus has a 13.4 and Golden Valley ...
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.