Santa Clarita Christian head football coach Garrick Moss summed it up in one sentence after Saturday's game.
Usually, there's a certain allure to the biggest high school cross country meet in the country.
LOS ANGELES - Animo Leadership would have had trouble keeping up with Trinity Classical Academy had they played a mistake-free game on Saturday night at Locke High School.
Sifting through all this dirty yellow laundry to find the one missing piece of information that matters is tough.
The way Valencia is playing, you'd think the Vikings were ready to win their sixth straight Foothill League title.
Unlike their first two Foothill League games of the season, the Hart Indians didn't need a second half comeback to earn a victory on Friday night at Canyon High School.
Santa Clarita Christian girls volleyball beat crosstown rival Trinity Classical Academy on Thursday 3-2 in a Heritage League match.
The Valencia High girls volleyball team lacked energy and intensity in its first two games against Saugus High Thursday night - similar to its opening games last week against Hart. But the Vikings were aware of the problem, Valencia's Lindsey Knudsen said, and they ran away with game three for a 3-0 win by scores of 25-20, 25-20 and 25-17.
There haven't been any major surprises yet in Foothill League play. But there are some trends worth keeping an eye on.
In a nearly identical match to the one the two teams played just over two weeks ago, the Valencia Vikings edged the Hart Indians 10-8 and clinched the 2014 Foothill League girls tennis title outright on their home court.
Some Santa Clarita Valley teams should win a CIF championship this fall.
Like most parents looking to buy some time to run errands or even just relax, Sylvia Watereze turned to the sporting world for twin siblings Quinterra and Quincy.
This feeling of being a frontrunner will be one Hart girls volleyball will have to get used to.
Even with head coach Chris Mansfield making significant changes to his lineup on Tuesday at Hart High School, the Indians were still able to cruise to a 16-2 win over Golden Valley.
We're starting to get into the meat of football season, which is undoubtedly going to cause some shifting CIF-Southern Section West Valley Division.
It might have seemed crazy for Trinity Classical Academy, a school of just over 120 high school students, to schedule Foothill League teams Canyon, Valencia, West Ranch and Golden Valley the past two seasons.
There was no pomp and circumstance whatsoever for Chad Phillips in his return to Canyon High School, the place where he coached for 12 successful years.
After a hard-fought loss to Canyon on Tuesday, West Ranch boys basketball head coach Shant Bicakci knew his team would need a victory against the Saugus Centurions Friday night to remain tied atop the Foothill League standings.
It was a clash of different styles on Friday at Saugus High School but in the end, neither proved superior, as the Saugus Centurions and West Ranch Wildcats played to a 1-1 draw.
If Canyon girls basketball needed a game to prove it's officially back on track, this was it.
Having a deep bench may not guarantee the Hart Indians boys basketball team back-to-back Foothill League championships, but it can sure get them close.
It was the Saugus High boys soccer team's turn to steal a tie from West Ranch on Friday at West Ranch High.
The offers for Valencia High football star Jay Jay Wilson have arrived in droves.
We've put a lot of focus on the Foothill League basketball teams in the last couple of weeks - and rightfully so with how competitive it has been on the boys' side.
Maybe it's something in the water at Hart High School.
It sure didn't take long for Canyon boys basketball to resolve its issues.
With just seconds on the clock, it seemed the Canyon Cowboys and West Ranch Wildcats would play to a draw in Tuesday's Foothill League girls soccer bout at West Ranch High School.
It wasn't realistic to expect Valencia girls basketball to match its first-half output in the second half of Tuesday's game against Golden Valley at Valencia High.
There's been an obvious trend in the Foothill league this year.
What seemingly was a ho-hum 72-50 Valencia boys basketball win over Golden Valley on Tuesday at Valencia High could be viewed as so much more.