While it was only the season opener for Canyon and Valencia, it seemed more like a game to determine the Foothill League championship.
West Ranch came into Friday's game on a four-game losing streak, while Golden Valley was coming off of a bye week after it won in its first game on its campus in school history.
One of the largest cross country events in Los Angeles County will take place today at Castaic Lake Recreational Area.
Varsity Girls Tennis Valencia 16, Golden Valley 2 On Thursday, Vikings No. 1 singles player Thalia Wilczynski swept 6-0, 6-0, 6-1. No. 2 Shin Jae Kim won two sets 2-6, 6-1, 6-0 and Andrea Zammit and Amanda Jannson won one set. Valencia doubles swept with Emily Fraczek and Ashely Karzin leading the way 6-0, 6-1, 6-1, followed by Clarice Fraczek and Maxine David winning, 6-1 6-2. Chelsie Dietz and Swati Shestra took two sets, 6-1, 6-1. ...
Football Valencia 5-1 (1-0) Saugus 3-3 (1-0) West Ranch 2-4 (1-0) Canyon 3-3 (0-1) Golden Valley 3-3 (0-1) Hart 2-3 (0-1) Tennis Valencia 6-0 West Ranch 5-1 Hart 4-2 Saugus 2-4 Canyon 1-5 Golden Valley 0-6 Local Schedule Today Football College of Canyons at Glendale The COC Cougars take on Gelndale at 7 p.m. Santa Clarita Christian vs. Thatcher The Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals will take on Thatcher at Canyon High School at 7 p.m.
With a young team, Saugus boys soccer head coach Seth Groller is looking for improvement more than wins and losses during their non-league schedule. If Thursday's match is any indication, his side has come a long way.
Canyon girls head basketball coach Stan Delus was telling everyone he could about The Bishop's School of San Diego before Thursday's game.
The second Foothill League football coach has resigned in less than a week. Mike Kane, the only varsity head football coach in West Ranch High's five-year history, handed in his resignation on Wednesday. On Dec. 11, Steve Pinkston resigned as Golden Valley's head football coach. Kane, 42, said he came to the conclusion that he could no longer coach because of a lack of time spent with family. "I missed a lot of it and ...
With his headband wound tight over his blonde hair, Saugus cross country runner Alec Nelson came marching toward the finish line Thursday at Central Park in record time.
Foothill League football teams have a clean slate. All the work done up until this point was simply preparation for what will be a very competitive season on the gridiron. The race for the league title begins. Recent CIF polls have three Foothill League teams in the Northern Division's top 10. Valencia ranks the highest at No. 5 with Canyon inching its way into the line-up at No. 9 and rounding out the top 10 ...
There appears to be a new rivalry brewing. Two cross-town teams on a mission for the crown.
Varsity girls volleyball West Ranch 3, Saugus 1 Alison Summers' serving made the difference in a 21-25, 25-17, 25-21, 25-17 victory, in a match featuring two of the top three teams Thursday in the Foothill League. "We didn't play to the best of our ability," West Ranch head coach Nate Sparks said. Summers won seven points with her serve in the third game to help the Wildcats (4-0 in league, 8-4 overall) pull away. She ...
When the Hart girls tennis team was on the 118 Freeway heading east, after a match on Sept. 12 at Westlake High School, they saw the aftermath of a train wreck.
Even though the league slate hasn't started yet, Foothill basketball is off to a strong start.
It looks as though there is another squad on the heels of the defending Foothill League champion Valencia girls volleyball team.
The Valencia Vikings girls volleyball team is starting to figure out how good it is.
Up two games already and possessing an early lead in the third, Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals sophomore Kylie Brown had a message for her teammates: "Do not let down, let's go!"
After back-to-back losses to the Foothill League's top teams, the West Ranch Wildcats girls tennis team proved its still among the league's upper tier.
In a contest between two teams that were clearly evenly matched, the Valencia Vikings won the battle of endurance.
Valencia junior Lindsey Knudsen took full advantage of her two extra days off from school last week as students were given Monday and Tuesday off for fall break.
The entire CIF-Southern Section Northern Division is now into league play. This is when we should start seeing some significant movement in the polls.
The Valencia Vikings girls tennis program began the second leg of the Foothill League season with a big 12-6 win over the West Ranch Wildcats at West Ranch on Monday in a make-up match for Wednesday's rain-out.
Kindly excuse anyone for calling this year's Canyon High girls cross country team a surprise.
Santa Clarita Christian football has played its fair share of tough, physical teams this season, some of them in higher divisions.
The four-time defending Foothill League champion Valencia Vikings can be content with a 38-24 win over the Saugus Centurions on Friday at College of the Canyons.
On the opening night of Foothill League football, the Golden Valley Grizzlies won a battle. But the Canyon Cowboys won the war.
The Hart Indians couldn't quite deliver a knockout punch.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights football team could say it expected to beat a highly thought of Desert Christian of Bermunda Dunes and it would be believable. But if any Knight says he expected his team to wallop the Conquerors, the CIF-Southern Section 8-man Division I No. 5 team, 48-0, then they might be fibbing. Yet the Knights not only beat the Conquerors that badly on Friday afternoon at West Ranch High, they humiliated Desert ...
Canyon did it to Golden Valley earlier this season, now the Grizzlies have done it to the Cowboys.
The West Ranch Wildcats continued their unbeaten start to Foothill League play with a 3-1 victory over Saugus on Thursday at Saugus High.