It was fitting that West Ranch boys tennis clinch an outright Foothill League title in the manner they've played all season: totally dominant.
Ally Schultz wants to end her Hart swimming career the way she started, with a Foothill League championship.
One of the few things West Ranch boys golf head coach Jeff Holen wanted his team to do in their Foothill League closer on Tuesday was to extend their hefty overall stroke lead to secure the league title.
If you went to watch Golden Valley versus West Ranch softball on Tuesday, hopefully you packed dinner, or at least a snack to tide you over.
There's a banner that hangs in the West Ranch gym listing the years the boys volleyball team has won the Foothill League title.
The Long Beach State men's volleyball team - which features three Santa Clarita Valley products, including Hart graduate Taylor Gregory and Valencia grads Eric and Kyle Ensing - gathered in a room on Sunday morning at Walter Pyramid in Long Beach to learn its 2016 National Collegiate Men's Volleyball Championship postseason fate.
With Foothill League boys golf heading into its final league match Tuesday, team and individual frontrunners are coming to Elkins Ranch with a comfortable lead and hopes of continuing title streaks.
Editor's note: This is the latest installment of an ongoing series we introduced earlier this year called Coach's Corner, in which we feature Q&A sessions with prep and college coaches from around the Santa Clarita Valley.
It might have taken an extra day to get, but The Master's College's Monte Brooks hit a historic milestone Saturday afternoon - earning his 600th and 601st career wins at the helm of TMC's baseball team.
It definitely wasn't pretty.
It was a matter of check and checkmate.
Someone from West Ranch High's dugout hollered, "Is this guy good at leading off innings?"
Canyon track and field head coach Paul Broneer said at the beginning of the season this would be the toughest year for his then-six-time-defending Foothill League champion boys squad to repeat.
The last time the Canyon and Golden Valley boys volleyball teams saw each other, the Cowboys swept the Grizzlies.
It started out as a relatively close Foothill League dual meet between Canyon and West Ranch at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center on Thursday.
Saugus High boys and girls cross country coach Rene Paragas says he's not the same coach he used to be.
Valencia High graduate Jonathan Chang finished third Monday at the U.S. Amateur Sectional Qualifying tournament at TPC Valencia.
This is not our 2016 Santa Clarita Valley High School Football Preview. That will be in the Aug. 26 edition of The Signal.
When Valencia's Lauren Russ won The Signal's 2015 All-Santa Clarita girls volleyball Player of the Year in January, there was a reference made ...
Three more players from across the Santa Clarita Valley were recognized Friday on Cal-Hi Baseball's 36th annual All-State Baseball Teams. Two players were named ...
When we gathered around a large conference table, which has way too many chairs for just the four of us (three Signal Sports staffers and ...
Between summer and winter ball and college showcases, it seems like baseball never really ends in Southern California.
Hunter Greene will be representing the Santa Clarita Valley in the ninth annual Under Armour All-America Baseball Game on Saturday.
On one hand, the West Ranch boys teams competed hard and finished strong.
It's nearly impossible to keep track of each playoff team from Valencia High.
A total of 10 baseball and softball players with ties to the Santa Clarita Valley played their way onto the coveted Cal-Hi Sports All-State lists.
Valencia High rising senior Chase Farrell attended numerous games at Jackie Robinson Stadium growing up. Now he's on track to play there.
In the 2015-16 school year, the Saugus sports teams knew how to surge.
West Ranch High junior Timmy Josten and Valencia High junior Ben Fariss were among those honored on the Cal-Hi Sports All-State underclass baseball team Monday.
Canyon High didn't have to look far for its new varsity softball coach.