It was an eventful day on the field and in the gym for Foothill League soccer and basketball teams on Friday.
Two of the four teams tied for first place in the Golden State Athletic Conference standings played a back-and-forth game through the first 36 minutes on Saturday night at Bross Gym.
The formula is becoming all too familiar to Foothill League boys basketball teams.
Two of the nation's top ranked teams played an emotional, physical, game on Friday that even bordered on the rough side.
Trinity Classical Academy hasn't been forced to win many close games this season.
At first it looked like a runaway victory for College of the Canyons' men's basketball.
The Canyon and West Ranch boys soccer teams entered their match on Tuesday looking to take sole possession of first place in the Foothill League.
By Jon Stein
For a few minutes on Tuesday night, the Hart High boys basketball team was being outworked and outhustled by Golden Valley at Hart High School.
In a match up of two teams looking for their first Foothill League win of the season, the Hart girls soccer team got on the board early and held on for a 3-1 victory over Golden Valley on Tuesday afternoon at Golden Valley High School.
The Vanguard College men's basketball team erased a 10-point second-half deficit and took advantage of poor free-throw shooting from The Master's College to defeat the Mustangs 80-76 in overtime.
Canyon High School is the place to be on Tuesday.
Angie Weiner scored two goals for the Saugus High girls soccer team and the Centurions extended their Foothill League unbeaten streak to 16 games with a 2-1 victory over Hart on Friday afternoon at Hart High School.
If it isn't broken, why fix it?
The Santa Clarita Christian boys soccer team couldn't overcome goals in the first and second halves by Milken Community High School of Los Angeles and lost 2-1 on Thursday afternoon at Canyon Country Park.