It would have been easy for the Canyon girls soccer team to give up, down two goals after a half without being able to find the back of the net.
Maybe people don't know what to expect of Golden Valley boys basketball. At least that's what first-year Grizzlies head coach Al Vanhook reasoned as to why the crowd was so sparse Friday night during Golden Valley's home opener. What people missed was a game where a young Golden Valley led throughout the majority and defeated San Marino 62-50 - this despite the Grizzlies up-and-down play. Golden Valley (3-6) had 12 different players score during the ...
Valencia High baseball player A.J. Balta has been selected to play in a prestigious U.S.-Japan series.
The journey to Fresno can sometimes start long before high school. In a valley filled with some of the most decorated high school cross country programs in the state of California, at least a portion of that success can be traced back to some of the area's thriving youth programs. At the high school level, the Santa Clarita Valley has prospered in the sport for decades. In all, SCV high schools have combined to win ...
Hart High senior golfer and 2012 Foothill League Most Valuable Player Jamie Corr said she has wanted to attend Cal Poly San Luis Obispo since she was a seventh grader.
Controlling the match throughout, Valencia girls soccer beat Viewpoint of Calabasas 3-0 Wednesday at Valencia High School.
Culver City's been quite a test for Hart boys basketball the last two seasons. Two games, two Centaur buzzer beaters, one Hart victory. The Indians kept their undefeated run through preleague competition intact, surviving a regulation buzzer beater Wednesday night at Hart High to defeat Culver City 82-78 in overtime. Hart (10-0) presented every obstacle to itself - poor free-throw shooting, lesser games from its two key players, lots of turnovers, getting bullied on the ...
West Ranch High School has chosen former JV and freshman football coach Jan Miller Jr. as its new varsity football head coach, the school's athletic director Cassandra Perez confirmed Wednesday.
A group of no more than eight kids grab and slap and pull toward the back of a mixed martial arts gymnasium and training center.
Leon Jacobs came into the 2012 prep football season as a curiosity. This time next year he'll be a college football player. The Golden Valley senior verbally committed to play football at Fresno State, accepting a scholarship offer Monday night. He was recruited as a linebacker. Jacobs transferred to Golden Valley from Bishop Montgomery of Torrance this summer. The 17-year-old hadn't played football since his freshman year and was a basketball star at Bishop Montgomery. ...
For most of the first half, Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball showed how young it is. After that, the team showed how good it can be. The Cardinals surged late in the first half and didn't look back in a 72-58 win over Frazier Mountain of Lebec on Monday at The Master's College. "We ran all the plays that we needed to run, and that's it," said SCCS forward Phillip Webb. "We were just trying ...
It wouldn't be inaccurate to say Santa Clarita public charter school Albert Einstein Academy's athletics program rose from the ashes of the demise of Montclair Prep.
Despite finishing the 2011-12 regular season as arguably the hottest team in the Foothill League, and starting out this season with an impressive record against quality competition, the Valencia girls soccer team remains unranked in the CIF-Southern Section Division II poll and is still looking to garner some respect.
Santa Clarita Christian was going to restart its girls basketball program no matter the circumstances.
Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball head coach James Mosley knew he had a few players with big-time potential.
Proving again that it could be any team's day in the Foothill League, the West Ranch Wildcats knocked off the Saugus Centurions 13-6 on Wednesday.
The Saugus Centurions swim team had some highlights at Wednesday's meet with Valencia at Santa Clarita Aquatics Center, but in the end it was the Valencia Vikings who swept the day, 95-75 in girls and 113-55 in boys.
No surprise and surprise.
Time after frustrating time, the Canyon Cowboys couldn't budge a runner in from scoring position against the Valencia Vikings on Wednesday at Valencia High.
One of the best compliments one could pay a golfer is calling their game "boring."
Last season, West Ranch won its fifth straight Foothill League championship.
The way coaches throw around the label "leader" makes it lose its impact.
West Ranch High's Hannah Green and Canyon High's Alia McCoy used to scrimmage together during their days playing travel ball.
Quite simply, it was Kevin Harris' night in the smaller picture.
Canyon Cowboys head baseball coach Adam Schulhofer can't be swayed away from his one-game-at-a-time thinking.
So much for the possibility of a frontrunner emerging early in the Foothill League.
The West Ranch Wildcats didn't panic after losing their first two Foothill League games.
The most unstable coaching jobs in the Santa Clarita Valley over the last couple of years took steps toward stability on Friday.
By Cary Osborne