It was a back-and forth-affair between the Saugus and Nipomo boys soccer teams in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division III playoffs at Nipomo High.
It may have been one game, but it was the culmination of so much more. The West Ranch girls soccer team entered the season with one goal - reach the playoffs for the first time in program history. And on Wednesday afternoon at Huntington Beach High School, they realized that goal. Even though that first playoff game ended in a 2-1 loss to Huntington Beach in the wild-card round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I ...
The Master's College women's basketball team was locked in a tight, back-and-forth affair with Westmont College for 40 minutes on Tuesday night at Bross Gym.
The Valencia girls soccer team may not be celebrating a league championship, but that may not matter when the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs start on Friday.
The Saugus girls soccer team faced more than its fair share of adversity this season, as it searched for a third straight Foothill League title.
In a matter of hours Tuesday, four Foothill League girls soccer teams saw their fates swing in wildly different directions. The day started off with West Ranch and Saugus battling to a 1-1 draw, opening up a golden opportunity for Hart to take control of the league title race with a win later in the day over Valencia. The Indians entered the day in a first-place tie with the Centurions. West Ranch took the field ...
After playing an emotionally charged match earlier in the league season, the sequel between the Saugus and West Ranch girls soccer teams lived up to the original.
Kendall Moskal didn't realize it at the time, but there was more than a victory on the line when she stepped up to the penalty spot to take her team's final penalty kick against nationally ranked Flintridge Sacred Heart on Dec. 28.
When it was all said and done, players from both the Valencia and Saugus girls soccer teams looked as though they didn't know whether to smile or cry.
This sort of thing seems to run in the family. One day after his brother Michael scored three goals in a win for the Trinity Classical Academy boys soccer team, Daniel Stratton scored the last three goals of the game to lead Santa Clarita Christian past Pacifica Christian of Santa Monica 6-0 in a Heritage League contest on Thursday afternoon at Canyon Country Park. And it wasn't even the only hat trick of the game. ...
The Trinity Classical Academy boys soccer team did everything but score a goal during the first 20 minutes against a rebuilding Westmark of Encino squad.
In its first game since taking sole possession of first place in the Foothill League, the West Ranch boys basketball team came out in the first quarter on Friday like a team determined not to look past last-place Golden Valley.
For 73 minutes on Tuesday, it was a cruel afternoon for the Hart girls soccer team. The Indians dominated the run of play, but were staring at a one-goal deficit with seven minutes remaining. The opponent was a Saugus team that carried a 20-game Foothill League unbeaten streak into the match. The Centurions wouldn't leave with it. Hart's turmoil turned to triumph. Thanks to an own goal and a header by freshman Jenny Chavez, Hart ...
Like most kids, Alex Pacheco would wake up in the morning, head off to school and return home.
It was a day of surprises on both the hardwood and the soccer pitch on Friday, as both Canyon's boys and girls basketball teams fell to Saugus.
Scorer, distributor, decision-maker.
By Jon Stein
A year ago, the Trinity Knights boys basketball team knew it had something special in a crop of seven incoming freshman.