We're having the same debate that a lot of others are having.
It has been two years since Santa Clarita Christian basketball player Davion Cotterell moved to the United States from the Cayman Islands, and life continues to take its turns.
Last season, the Saugus girls soccer team won the CIF-Southern Section Division II championship but failed to win the Foothill League.
Foothill League boys and girls basketball had surprises this season.
After clinching a share of the Foothill League championship Tuesday, Canyon boys soccer head coach Khris Savage said the Cowboys didn't want to share it.
Canyon boys basketball got the win it needed, but not the results it hoped for in a 68-60 win over West Ranch on the road Thursday.
The Cowboys were hoping that both Golden Valley and Valencia would lose Thursday, which would have given Canyon a shot at a three-way Foothill League championship.
It's the only one of its kind, and earlier this week, Golden Valley High School's only Foothill League championship plaque was brought into the boys basketball team's locker room as a gentle reminder.
Thursday's first half was an emphatic punctuation mark on how Valencia has played the last six games.
The senior classes for West Ranch and Canyon have seen their share of turmoil.
From the first day of practice, Saugus girls soccer has held the mantle of team-to-beat.
With only one game left in the regular season, "clinch" is officially the word of the day.
Nothing was going to stand in the way of Valencia's Foothill League championship hopes on Tuesday.
Going into its game against West Ranch on Tuesday night, the Golden Valley boys basketball team was in a three-way tie for first place in the Foothill League with Canyon and Valencia.
Saugus had a chance to win last Friday, but came up short in the final seconds.
There was only one thing that eluded Saugus girls soccer in its CIF-Southern Section Division II championship season a year ago.
With so much attention being paid to Saugus' Abbey Weitzeil, it's hard to blame anyone who may not have noticed a freshman doing spectacular things over at Valencia.
Last year the Santa Clarita Christian baseball team was booted from the postseason by Riverside Christian.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Blame was never an option.
Golden Valley sophomore Jonathan Kang helped extend what has been a yearlong barrage of milestones for the school's golfing program.
One of Major League Baseball's biggest stories last week was Valencia High graduate and Detroit Tigers infielder Danny Worth pitching twice and displaying an impressive knuckleball.
It's been one of those anything-you-can-do-I-can-do-better seasons for Valencia junior Kyle Ensing.
A year ago it all looked like the tide was shifting among the local high school volleyball scene.
There are no more.
NORWALK – The Santa Clarita Valley's CIF title drought – if you can call it that – is over in track and field.
The headliner for Saugus softball all season has been in the pitcher's circle.
The Santa Clarita Valley has a pretty good track record at the CIF-Southern Section track and field finals – forgive the pun.
Just when it appeared the ghosts of the Valencia's postseason past were looming over Valencia High on Friday, the fears of the Viking faithful were abruptly put to rest.
The end of the era could have been at the plate with Nick Valaika up in the bottom of the seventh inning and his Hart Indians down six runs to Orange Lutheran in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs on Friday.
Valencia High School could only hold off construction of its new turf field for so long.
The Santa Clarita Christian baseball team has to be wondering when it will get a real test this season.