In last week's loss to Littlerock, Golden Valley's offense was inoffensive. Friday night, it took out its frustrations on Hoover High (0-1), in a 48-6 victory, setting a school record for points in a game in the process. Rushing and defensive stops were keys to victory as the Grizzlies (1-1) ran for 228 yards, including 106 from Richard Sarabia off 10 carries. Of Golden Valley's six touchdowns, four came on the ground courtesy of four ...
Riding the arm of junior quarterback Jake Bernards, as well as the legs of RB Ross Bacon, the West Ranch Wildcats got the 2008 gridiron campaign off on the right foot with a 42-26 vicotry on the road against Lancaster Friday night.
In one of the night's biggest stunners, Palmdale knocked off the Hart Indians, 29-6. With the score tied at 6, the Falcons outscored Hart 23-0 in the second half.
Thousand Oaks stunned Valencia 23-14 in its home opener at Paul Priesz Stadium. The Lancers capitalized on three interceptions to stifle the Vikings offense. Valencia quarterback Dominick Solley went down early in the first quarter and was replaced by junior Nick Moss. Moss lead the Vikings on a second-quarter scoring drive. Running back Jordan Thompson scored on a 3-yard run and the Vikings took a 7-0 lead. Moss threw his first interception on the ...
Saugus High School's Ryan Zirbel and Desi Rodriguez made enough moves to fill a dance card Friday night at Cougar Stadium on the College of the Canyons campus.
GRANADA HILLS - It took all of 54 seconds to get Canyon on the scoreboard. It didn't take much longer for the game to get out of hand.
The Canyon freshman football team defeated Saugus Thursday 36-14. The win gives Canyon a 4-1 record in the Foothill League and a claim of the championship.
In Friday's edition of The Signal's sports page, a headline read "Viking frosh perfect." The headline was anything but perfect as Valencia's freshman football team had two ties in Foothill League play.
Catch, run and return. Hart running back Demitri Diamond performed what seemed to be football's version of the cycle.
West Ranch quarterback Jake Bernards hit the ground, hardly even looking at the play. Flat on his back, hands grasping his facemask, he slowly picked himself up as Valencia celebrated its interception.
The Saugus football team has always played the role of David in a league of Goliaths. The Centurions were never in conversations regarding Foothill League titles or championships. Those conversations were reserved for Hart, Canyon and Valencia. But now Saugus has stoned its way into the picture. Behind the Centurions' quest to win its first-ever outright Foothill League title is a quiet yet formidable leader. He's one of the more anonymous faces behind the success ...
One down, four to go. On its quest to make it back to the CIF-Southern Section Division III finals, the Valencia girls tennis team took care of business on day one. The Vikings defeated Santiago of Corona 16-2 on Thursday in the first round of CIF playoffs at Valencia High. A clean sweep on the doubles side aided Valencia's win. The Vikings will face the Cypress Saturday at Cypress High. Cypress defeated Bonita Thursday 9-9 ...
The promising Hart girls golf team failed to advance to the CIF State Championship Thursday - and it's not a big deal.
At this point, making it to the postseason is a long shot for Canyon. The last playoff spot in the Foothill League will likely go to Hart. A Canyon win and a Hart (4-5, 2-2) loss to Golden Valley would secure a spot for the Cowboys (5-4, 2-2), but it's unlikely that the Indians will drop their last regular season game to a league-winless Grizzlies team. But stranger things have happened. In Canyon's last game ...
Two days after West Ranch won its first-ever CIF-Southern Section team tennis playoff match in history, the Wildcats' season ended Thursday, in a blowout loss to Valencia of Placentia.
A sign of a good team is its ability to withstand adversity.
After watching Valencia's top starting pitcher J.D. Busfield pitch the Vikings back into a share of first place in the Foothill League standings on Wednesday, it was time for West Ranch's ace to respond.
Entering the final event of the day, the Golden Valley boys track and field team trailed Canyon by five points and needed a win in the 4x400-meter relay to salvage a tie.
It's been a rough start to Foothill League play for the preleague favorite Saugus Centurions, who entered Thursday's game with the Canyon Cowboys at 1-2 in league.
Hart and Valencia boys tennis both took care of business on Thursday.
After suffering a heart-breaking loss to West Ranch in the previous match, the Hart Indians boys volleyball beat the Saugus Centurions 3-0 Thursday at Hart High School.
What was supposed to be a significant battle between the reigning champion Hart boys and up-and-coming Valencia turned out to be on the anticlimactic side.
It's funny what one Foothill League victory can do.
J.D. Busfield just put Valencia Vikings baseball back in first place.
West Ranch senior side-slinging pitcher Cody Bennett has verbally committed to Sonoma State University, according to West Ranch Wildcats head coach Casey Burrill.
Five days after the dual track and field meet began between the Canyon Cowboys and Saugus Centurions girls teams, Saugus came from behind to win 69-67 on Tuesday at Saugus High School.
The Hart softball team lost three important pieces off of last season's squad in power-hitting third baseman Tracy Chandless, pitcher Blake Lewis and the confidence that comes with both.