It was a quiet week for College of the Canyons athletic programs, with only the men's and women's basketball teams in action.
The Canyon boys basketball team got off to a hot start this season, winning its first seven games and advancing to the championship game of the Canyon Classic on Saturday.
Facing its toughest test of the season, The Master's College men's basketball tallied an upset of National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics No. 15 Biola early in the week before taking on a top-flight NCAA Division II program in No. 14 Cal Poly Pomona to close the week.
In its first game since defeating No. 15 Biola on Tuesday The Master's College men's basketball team had reason to worry about having a let down when it hosted Central Bible College of Springfield, Mo., on Friday at Bross Gym.
The Saugus girls soccer team seems to have picked up right where it left off. Coming off back-to-back Foothill League titles - including a perfect 10-0 run through the league last season - the Centurions defeated Ventura High 7-0 on Thursday afternoon at Saugus High to remain undefeated on the season. Using a combination of size and strength, the Centurions had the better of the opportunities throughout the game, and finally broke through with the ...
The Golden Valley girls soccer team is trying to turn things around after finishing in last place in the Foothill League last season.
Valencia entered the second day of the Canyon Classic on Wednesday night at Canyon High School looking to continue its undefeated start to the season.
It may still be early in the girls basketball season, but this year's Golden Valley squad is starting to open some eyes.
Implementing new schemes and adding wrinkles to an offense or defense during the season is common practice for any basketball team.
After winning the CIF State Cross Country Championship on Nov. 26, the Saugus girls and Golden Valley boys traveled to Portland, Ore. on Saturday to take part in the Nike Cross Nationals against some of the top competition from around the country.
In its own gym, on its own floor, in its own tournament, the Valencia girls basketball team wasn't about to lose on back-to-back nights.
After rolling through their first two games of the Valencia High Five Classic with an average margin of victory of 34.5 points, the Valencia girls basketball team ran into the aggressive defense of Royal High in a semifinal matchup Friday night at Valencia High School. The Vikings turned the ball over on back–to-back possessions with the score tied at 56 and under 30 seconds remaining, leading to four Royal points and a 60-56 Valencia loss. ...
This early in the season, first-year Hart High boys soccer coach Adonay Jovel is still trying to figure out what he has on a team that lost many of its starters off last season's Foothill League runner-up squad.
After finishing last season in third place and as the only Foothill League team to defeat league champion Canyon, the Saugus girls basketball team enters the 2011-12 season with sky-high expectations.
The Hart girls soccer team controlled most of its match against Thousand Oaks on Tuesday at Hart High, maintaining possession and producing the better scoring opportunities throughout.
It was quite the Foothill League opener for reigning All-Santa Clarita Valley Player of the Year Kylie Sorenson on Tuesday afternoon.
There's no secret who should win the Foothill League title this season.
Ask your typical high school freshman where they want to attend college and you'll be lucky to get an answer.
USA Softball player and University of Oklahoma catcher Jessica Shults has another option for her post-collegiate career. The Hart graduate was selected fifth overall by the USSSA Pride of the National Pro Fastpitch softball league this week. She would join Valencia High graduate Jordan Taylor as the only Santa Clarita Valley products currently playing in the league. Taylor, coincidentally, is also on the Pride's roster. Shults would also join currently Oklahoma teammate, and arguably the ...
Diving isn't exactly a team sport.
With their backs up against a wall from nearly the beginning, the Hart Indians never stopped battling.
The Hart Indians swim team didn't waste much time flexing its muscle in opening up the Foothill League season.
The Canyon Cowboys baseball team stuck to its script on Wednesday afternoon. Once again, Canyon's bats got hot early and the Cowboys jumped out to an early lead en route to a 9-4 victory over the Saugus Centurions at Canyon High School. Canyon (7-3 overall, 2-1 Foothill League) was aggressive from the start, scoring four first-inning runs to put Saugus in an early hole. Canyon starting pitcher Max Weinstein held up his end as well, ...