As the season winds down for The Master's College's spring sports, it was a mixed bag of results for baseball and women's tennis this week.
She looked as comfortable as ever standing inside the circle.
It was only one inning, but it was enough for the Canyon baseball team.
The Foothill League swim finals turned out to be quite the day for freshmen.
The Saugus girls swim team may have lost its dual meet with Hart on April 18, but after Tuesday's Foothill League prelims, the league title appears up for grabs.
Another local soccer standout has made her college decision.
Coming off a wrist injury, West Ranch pitcher J.C. Cloney knew he wouldn't be on the mound for a full seven innings.
West Ranch pitcher Bailey Foster knew it was just a matter of time before her teammates put some runs on the board - after all, they've averaged 11.4 runs per game in Foothill League play.
Only one team walked away victorious, but in the end, it was a win-win when the Canyon and Golden Valley swim teams met Wednesday at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
For a little more than three minutes, the overall score didn't matter much.
In a battle of the last two undefeated Foothill League swim teams, Hart boys swim showed it had little in common with Valencia outside of its record.
West Ranch shortstop Kylie Sorenson has wanted to play softball at Stanford University nearly her entire life.
The National Federation of State High School Associations, which sets rules for high school sports, has made changes and clarifications to high school swimming rules.
After being humbled on the road earlier this week with two losses to Concordia, The Master's College baseball team needed a boost from its starting pitchers to slow down the Eagles' offense on Saturday at Reese Field.
As they say, good things come to those who wait.