The Valencia High girls basketball team means business.
The Canyon Cowboys boys basketball team may have found a light at the end of the tunnel.
The Valencia High boys basketball team survived itself again.
When Hart boys basketball lost to West Ranch in the second game of Foothill League play, Indians senior guard Myles Franklin sat down in a seat on his sideline and was speechless, with obvious emotional hurt on his face.
As the Hart boys soccer team inches closer to securing a potential second straight Foothill League title, these games only become more difficult.
The Valencia girls soccer team did everything right on Tuesday, with the exception of getting the ball past Aliyah Grubb.
Some heavy hitters made their pitches to Valencia High safety/wide receiver/running back Jay Jay Wilson.
One game completely flipped around the Foothill League girls soccer standings on Friday.
Prior to this year, the name Alexa was heard a lot on the basketball court at Canyon High.
Nothing about this situation was coordinated or planned ahead of time.
The legend of Trent Irwin grows.
If you briefly left your seat in the fourth quarter, you might have missed one of the most jaw-dropping comebacks this Foothill League season.
The Hart girls soccer team seems to have found its groove, and that's a scary proclamation for the rest of the Foothill League.
One of the last comments Hart High girls head basketball coach Terra Palmer said after a 24-point loss to Valencia on Tuesday was how hard it was going to be to beat a team three times in one season.
Hart Indians boys basketball's best player the last two games has been junior guard Charlie Masino.
When Sabrina Janes is chasing you down in a race, her feet are so loud it's almost as if you can feel her footsteps shaking the earth.
Santa Clarita Christian forward Chris Collins is going to be a Mustang.
After feeling like a game got away from them earlier in the week, the Hart Indians weren't going to let any big opportunities go to waste on Friday.
Valencia baseball dispelled any notion it was a listless bunch content sliding out of playoff contention Friday.
After throwing all seven innings in a three-hit victory over Canyon on Wednesday, Golden Valley pitcher Vinny Hill once more wanted the ball in his hands.
Valencia boys volleyball didn't become a super power in the Santa Clarita Valley by sharing league titles.
It all started with a walk.
While Thursday was a day of celebration for the Canyon boys track and field team, it was the girls team that pulled off the day's most unexpected accomplishment.
Only one thing hung in the air for Foothill League tennis this year.
Cliche or not, the Valencia boys swim team saved its best for last Thursday at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center.
West Ranch golf head coach Jeff Holen said he wasn't overly concerned with winning what he calls "the battles."
The Foothill League is chock-full full of stellar starting pitching - so much so that the reigning Foothill League Pitcher of the Year could get lost in the shuffle.
The Golden Valley baseball team didn't seem too bothered by the fact that a Foothill league title is out of reach.
With West Ranch just barely out of one of the Foothill League's three playoff spots entering Wednesday's game against Hart, the Wildcats responded in an impressive 10-4 comeback victory on the road to climb into a third-place tie with Valencia.
In a way, Tuesday's match was symbolic for West Ranch boys tennis.