There was little doubt who the most intimidating player in the Foothill League was this season.
Special Olympics Southern California is partnering with Hoops of Hope to host the inaugural Shoot-a-thon on Saturday at Noon at the City of Santa Clarita Sports Complex.
By a unanimous vote, the Foothill League's appeals before the CIF-Southern Section Playoff Groupings Appeals Committee against the section office's proposed baseball and girls tennis playoff groupings were rejected by the seven-person panel on Wednesday at the CIF-SS office in Los Alamitos.
For all its accomplishments in the water, it remains one of the most unrecognized sports in the Foothill League.
At the inaugural Santa Clarita Valley Invitational, the Hart High swim team continued to bolster its status as the valley's top program, as it took first place in the team standings in both boys and girls competition.
Valencia baseball's contest on Saturday afternoon with Rocklin High School in its second game of the Anaheim Lions Tournament may have been better categorized as a friendly game.
The Foothill League has submitted formal appeals to the CIF-Southern Section office on behalf of two sports - girls tennis and baseball - after receiving the proposed playoff groupings for the 2012 through 2014 seasons on March 9.
In some ways, every high school swimmer is alone. When a swimmer steps up and prepares to enter the water, the individual nature of the sport is as present as ever. But then, the swimmers reach the other end of the pool. And as they prepare to flip around and head back toward the start, the sounds of cheering teammates make it clear - high school swimming is a team sport. But for Trinity Classical ...
Five local swimmers have been selected to USA Swimming Select Camps, including former Hart swimmer Konrad Antoniuk and current Hart swimmer Tamara Santoyo.
The goal is always to rest injured players, hoping they heal in time for the next match. But on Thursday afternoon, West Ranch and Hart boys tennis needed their players to heal on the court. And in a match that came down to the final round on Thursday afternoon, West Ranch held off Hart to win 10-8 and take sole possession of second place in the Foothill League at Hart High. Baron Von Kessler, who ...
Saugus freshman Abbey Weitzeil's Foothill League record-breaking swim in the 100-yard freestyle highlighted the Centurions' sweep of Canyon High on Wednesday afternoon at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center.
The Hart swim team didn't take part in any preseason dual meets before beginning the Foothill League season by defeating Canyon last week.
After exploding for 11 runs in an 11-0 victory in the first game of a doubleheader with Pete Knight High School of Palmdale, the Canyon High softball team may have been hoping it saved some runs after a 4-2 loss the second game.
Before either team could focus on making a run at reigning Foothill League champion Hart High this season, the Valencia and West Ranch swim teams had to prove they could beat each other when the two squads opened their league seasons Tuesday at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center.
The race for a Foothill League title in boys swimming will likely play out the same way it has for the last 16 years - with Hart High finishing on top.
There's an interesting dynamic in the Foothill League this season.
Tennis doubles partners are generally pretty close - the idea being that off-the-court chemistry leads to on-the-court success.
Coming off their first varsity victory in school history last week, the Albert Einstein Academy Rockets were hoping to double that total on Saturday when they traveled to take on the Calvary Chapel Grizzlies in Downey.
The Golden Valley Grizzlies knew they had to stop Agoura running back Sean Bahr on Thursday night at Canyon High School.
The Hart Indians girls tennis team took two important steps during its Wednesday afternoon match with Calabasas at Hart High School.
Hart senior girls soccer player Sophie Cortes has committed to play for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
The Canyon Cowboys girls volleyball team struggled to get things going offensively in a 3-0 loss to the Burbank Bulldogs on Tuesday evening at Canyon High.
Terry Tamura has always been a talented running back.
The College of the Canyons fall season is in full spring, and many sports are seeing success from Santa Clarita Valley high school graduates.
Well that didn't take long.
The Hart High Indians have already been getting plenty of attention this season for their explosive offense.
It was a frustrating two weeks for Santa Clarita Christian football, as the Cardinals dropped their first two games of the season.
The Master's College's 2013-14 fall athletic season is in full swing and many teams are finding early success.