At halftime of its National Christian College Athletic Association West Regional final with Hope International on Thursday night at Bross Gym, The Master's College basketball team knew there would be no tomorrow if it didn't start hitting its shots and improving its defending.
The Master's College baseball knows the importance of starting fast. "We want to start right from the get-go," said TMC head coach Monte Brooks. "We've been able to do that (this season) and it's a blessing." And in two games of a doubleheader against Golden State Athletic Conference foe San Diego Christian on Thursday, that trend continued. The Mustangs jumped out to a two-run, first-inning lead in both games en route to a 9-2 victory ...
Be patient at the plate, wait for your pitch, and drive the ball back up the middle. That was the game plan on Wednesday afternoon for the Golden Valley softball team in its contest against visiting Vasquez High at Golden Valley High School. And from the beginning, the Grizzlies stuck to the plan. Coming off three straight losses to start the season, Golden Valley used a combination of patience and pitching to earn its first ...
The difference was evident early in West Ranch softball's game with visiting Granada Hills at West Ranch High School on Tuesday afternoon.
Daniel Stratton dominated play for the Santa Clarita Christian boys soccer team this season, scoring a team-high 33 goals in 19 games.
Canyon High boys soccer striker A.J. Rochow has decided to play soccer at The Master's College, according to TMC head coach Jim Rickard.
Moorpark kept getting back up off the mat. In the second round of the Hart softball tournament on Saturday at Central Park, it seemed like no matter how hard the West Ranch softball team knocked the Musketeers around, Moorpark was ready to respond with a jab of its own. And then the Wildcats' Haley Hineman and Bailey Foster provided the perfect one-two punch that even Moorpark couldn't bounce back from, as West Ranch won 7-6 ...
At times on Saturday afternoon at the Hart varsity softball tournament, it looked like the Hart softball team was never going to stop batting.
Chipper Smith throws shutout for Cumberland Everything was working on the mound Saturday for former Golden Valley High pitcher Chipper Smith. Smith, who graduated from Golden Valley in 2007, threw a no-hitter for Cumberland University of Tennessee in a 5-0 victory over Point Park University in a seven-inning contest. It was the program's first no-hitter since 2004, and Smith was recognized as one of four Louisville Slugger National Players of the Week for his accomplishment. ...
It was a tough day for the Hart baseball team as Dos Pueblos High jumped ahead to an early lead and held off the Indians' comeback attempts, as Hart lost 8-4 in the Easton Tournament at Hart High School on Thursday afternoon.
The good news was West Ranch baseball had advanced to the semifinals of the Easton Tournament.
Valencia High graduate Max Homa was honored Thursday by the Pac-12 Conference for his play in February.
Valencia High baseball player Trey Williams has picked up another honor. The senior was named to the Baseball America 2012 Preseason High School All-America Second Team. This marks the second organization to name Williams an All-American this season, after Maxpreps.com named him one of top 30 players nationally. The Pepperdine University commit was listed as a third baseman by Baseball America and was one of nine players on the second ...
The Saugus High baseball team's season got off to a rocky start on Friday afternoon at Saugus High against Agoura - then it ended in a crash.
College of the Canyons baseball found out why Orange Coast is undefeated through the first 12 games of the season when the two met at COC on Thursday afternoon.
By Jon Stein
A year ago, the Trinity Knights boys basketball team knew it had something special in a crop of seven incoming freshman.
The West Ranch Wildcats boys soccer team felt like it left everything on the field during Thursday's CIF-Southern Section Division IV second-round matchup with the Oak Hills of Hesperia Bulldogs.
There was no question from either sideline who the better team was during Thursday's CIF-Southern Section Division II quarterfinal contest at Valencia High School.
Things changed in a hurry for Hart Indians girls soccer on Tuesday.
After playing 100 minutes of scoreless soccer and four even rounds of penalty kicks, the Valencia Vikings girls soccer team needed a save and a goal to advance to the CIF-Southern Section Division II quarterfinals.
The ball just doesn't always bounce your way - and that's exactly what happened to the Canyon Cowboys girls soccer team in their CIF-Southern Section Division II playoff game with Wilson of Long Beach on Tuesday.