The past few seasons of Foothill League girls tennis have been dominated by one matchup: Valencia vs. West Ranch.
When West Ranch sophomore Julia Lynch arrived as a freshman last season, it was understandable that she felt like she'd have a few years to get accustomed to high school tennis.
Hart head coach Chris Mansfield couldn't remember the last time his team won the Valencia Fall Brawl.
A big second half for Desert College of Palm Desert was too much for the Cougars to overcome, as COC lost its third straight game to open the season.
Cade Apsay threw for 329 yards on 17-of-28 passing attempts with four touchdowns and two interceptions as the Canyon offense once again tried to make up for a struggling defense.
Among the books and computers in the Saugus High School library on Thursday evening was a collection of a different sorts - a collection of "the golden age of Saugus athletics," as cross country head coach Rene Paragas put it.
The three-headed singles attack projected to carry the Hart girls tennis team to Foothill League success this season made itself known on Tuesday afternoon.
As Major League baseball continues on toward October, the minor league affiliate are already in full playoff mode.
WEST HILLS - For nearly three quarters, Valencia responded to every bit of adversity thrown its way by host Chaminade High of West Hills on Friday night.
The Valencia girls volleyball team didn't waste any time scheduling its first big test of the season, hosting Division IAA power Dos Pueblos in its season opener at Valencia High School on Thursday night.
There was plenty of shake-up in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division rankings this week, but one thing stayed the same: the Foothill League sits at the top.
By Jon Stein Signal Staff Writer It's fitting that Canyons game against Central Section foe Clovis West came down to one defensive stop. After all, the two offense had been trading touchdowns for almost four quarters and defensive stops were becoming scarcer by the minute. With the game hanGing in the balance, the Golden Eagles moved deep into Cowboys' territory with under a minute left and Canyon up eight points. This time, Canyon came through ...
There's not a lot of tradition in Golden Valley football history. The program is still in search of its first Foothill League victory and sports an 11-59 all-time record. But things started to turn around last season, if not on the scoreboard, in a renewed commitment to playing team football. And while the team may have lost its leading passer, Reid Soliman, rusher, Earl Johnson, and receiver, Isa Bey, there are plenty of pieces left ...
New uniforms and a few new helmets may seem like only superficial changes for the Golden Valley football team, but they're part of a bigger movement on head coach Robert Fisher's squad.
MOORPARK - West Ranch did little to address some of the questions that have nagged it during the offseason in its season opener on Friday night at Moorpark High, the most glaring of which was if the Wildcats could establish a more balanced offense.
The Hart swim team, which has won 30 of the past 31 league titles, looks poised to win it again.
The Valencia Vikings doubles team of Chris Pope and Cameron Braun rose to the top at Saturday's Spring Smash at Valencia High School.
For the West Ranch Wildcats boys volleyball team, it all starts with the serve.
Three fastballs, three home runs.
Things got interesting on Saturday afternoon, as the College of the Canyons Cougars baseball team watched as the L.A. Valley Monarchs continued to close the gap on them throughout the afternoon.
Hart head swim coach Steve Neale isn't sure the last time both his boys varsity and girls varsity teams lost on the same day.
There are familiar sights this spring on weekday afternoons at West Ranch High School.
It's been a rough start for West Ranch Wildcats boys tennis in 2013.
The Valencia Vikings boys tennis team got a slight reprieve from what has been a demanding early season schedule in a 13-5 victory over the visiting Camarillo Scorpions on Tuesday afternoon at Valencia High School.
SANTA ANA - It was a plan the Trinity Classical Academy Knights had stuck with all season long - attack the basket and good things will happen.
Last season's All-Santa Clarita Valley girls hoops player of the year, Megan Dawe, is adding to her hardware in college.
The College of the Canyons women's basketball team was in trouble from the beginning on Friday night in the second round of the Southern California Regional playoffs against Long Beach City College.
He's the storm.
Scorer, distributor, decision-maker.