No team deserved to lose on Hart High School's baseball field on Wednesday.
On a day with no records broken and no real surprising results, both the Canyon and Golden Valley swim teams came out of Wednesday's meet feeling like progress was made.
The goal on Wednesday was simple for Valencia baseball.
The West Ranch Wildcats entered Wednesday's clash with the Canyon Cowboys hoping to finish off the first stretch of Foothill League play with a victory to stay within one game of first place in the league.
Golden Valley was quick to find its new head boys basketball coach and it found a familiar one.
The Valencia Vikings boys and girls swim teams congregated near the pool at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center, waiting for the results of the afternoon's meet with Hart Tuesday.
The Canyon boys volleyball team is holding itself to a high standard this season.
As one Foothill League boys golf coach put it, now onto big boy golf.
A theme is appearing in Foothill League boys tennis.
The West Ranch softball team beat Chaminade of West Hills by 11 runs on March 7.
We've been fortunate in our six years of doing the SCV Hoops Finale that on each occasion, special stories have come out.
It was all fun and games in the first half of the Signal's sixth annual SCV Hoops Finale on Saturday evening.
Golden Valley's Keilani Conner was playing with a purpose from the beginning of Saturday night's SCV Hoops Finale girls game at Valencia High School.
Sometimes you have to win in ugly fashion in the Foothill League, and that's exactly how West Ranch baseball head coach Casey Burrill felt after seeing his Wildcats defeat the Saugus Centurions 6-5 on Friday at Saugus High School.
As if recent Saugus High graduate Abbey Weitzeil hadn't left enough of an imprint on Santa Clarita Valley swim entering her senior year - what with three-straight All-SCV Girls Swimmer of the Year awards and two national high school records - she saved her best for last.
When asked about Cole Cogswell's legacy as a Hart High boys swimmer, all Hart head coach Steve Neale said at first was "wow."
This year's CIF-Southern Section Division II champion in the girls discus toss didn't even know the proper technique for the event a year ago.
When it came to big track and field meets, there was a pretty regular crowd that gathered around the shot put ring.
In the year of the pitcher in the Santa Clarita Valley, a shortstop is the 2015 All-Santa Clarita Valley Baseball Player of the Year.
Sunday's Shane & Brock Vereen Playmaker Football Camp at Valencia High is sold out and cannot take walk-ups.
Davey Woodland thought he and Parker McBride would have a good freshman campaign as West Ranch's No. 1 boys tennis doubles team. He thought they'd compete with every other school's No. 1 team and win two out of three sets in any given match.
Chad LeDuff had won two-straight Foothill League singles titles and lost just one league set over his three years of varsity play entering this season.
The reason why Santa Clarita Christian's Richard Min kept playing football even when times were tough was simple. His mother told him to.
You get the sense recent Saugus graduate Abbey Weitzeil knows she's headed for perpetually bigger and better things in the world of swim by the calmness with which she approaches races on a world stage.
Longtime Santa Clarita Valley Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon's final appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point was West Ranch graduate and baseball player Hayden Cook.
Editor's note: Today marks the sixth in a series in which we recognize athletes from the local high schools who have proven that success isn't just measured by what one does on a field.
A memorable spring season for Santa Clarita Valley sports was given an exclamation point as the CIF-Southern Section honored some of the area's best athletes with All-CIF nods in baseball, softball and boys volleyball.
Editor's note: Today marks the fifth in a series in which we recognize athletes from the local high schools who have proven that success isn't just measured by what one does on a field.
Editor's note: Today marks the fourth in a series in which we recognize athletes from the local high schools who have proven that success isn't just measured by what one does on a field.