Hart High point guard Myles Franklin drove to the hoop late in the fourth quarter only to be knocked on his back by a Cerritos High defender.
LOS ALAMITOS - The Valencia boys basketball team took its four-point loss to the Los Alamitos Griffins on Tuesday extremely hard.
Several players on the Hart girls soccer team have been here before.
The Canyon girls soccer team had done it before, and in the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs, it needed to do it again.
It didn't seem to matter what the West Ranch boys basketball team did on Tuesday night.
Trinity Classical Academy boys basketball head coach Jeremy Haggerty put it plainly when he talked about senior player Ryan Brooks.
The most dominant basketball team in the Santa Clarita Valley was, well, dominant on Saturday night. And the Valencia Vikings weren't necessarily that sharp either.
Plenty of strides have been made this season for Santa Clarita Christian girls basketball.
Although Hart girls basketball had convincingly defeated the Moorpark Musketeers to open their regular season back in December, head coach Terra Palmer did not want her team to be overconfident when the Indians took the floor against the same opponent on Saturday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division IIA playoffs.
Saugus girls basketball overcame the odds once after the regular season ended. It couldn't do it a second time.
All season long the Golden Valley girls basketball team has lived off its success late in games.
It wasn't the flashiest win of the season for the Canyon girls basketball team, but you won't hear the team complaining.
The top-seeded Hart Indians received quite the scare from Santa Paula in the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Division IV boys soccer playoffs on Friday.
For so many years, Valencia's basketball's staple has been its transition offense.
On paper, it seemed like the Hart boys basketball team cruised in the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Division IIA playoffs.
A groundbreaking season for Albert Einstein Academy softball came to an end Tuesday at Centinela Park in Inglewood.
The Trinity Classical Academy baseball team entered postseason play last week with two things going against it - it had never won a playoff game and it ended the regular season on a five-game losing streak.
The Santa Clarita Christian baseball team is doing everything it can to show how easy playoff baseball can be.
As difficult as the challenge was a few days earlier, Valencia boys volleyball had an even bigger task ahead of it on Tuesday.
An April victory over Pacifica gave Valencia softball hope when the No. 2 seeded Mariners came to the Vikings' home field on Tuesday for a CIF-Southern Section Division I second-round game at Valencia High School.
Chase Wheatcroft was the perfect representation of what Saugus baseball has been all about this postseason.
CALABASAS - Which start was better - Hart's CIF-Southern Section Division I opening-round two-hit shutout by Jack Ralston on Thursday or its second-round one-hitter by Paul Richan on Tuesday?
The second round has not been so kind to the West Ranch softball program in recent seasons, as the Wildcats have seen their season end there in three of the past four years.
It's difficult to choose what to highlight first.
Five Loyola High School students sat on the fifth and final row of wooden benches behind home plate during last Thursday's CIF-Southern Section Division I first-round baseball playoff game.
So how did a day that began so badly for Golden Valley turn into such a glorious finish at Saturday's CIF-Southern Section track and field finals?
The question of whether or not Valencia boys volleyball is back as a dominant force in CIF-Southern Section Division II volleyball doesn't have a yes or no answer.
NORWALK - Golden Valley senior Nikaela Harris got the historic day started for Golden Valley.
NORWALK - The scene didn't feel right.
What a difference two years and two players make.