If Saugus is the present cross country power, maybe Golden Valley is the future. Golden Valley will be represented by just two runners on Saturday at the CIF State Cross Country Championships at Woodward Park in Fresno. The two Grizzlies headed to state are senior Nolan Del Valle, who will run in the boys division II race, and freshman Bianca Tinoco, who set to make her state debut in girls Division II. In those same ...
It was midway through the fourth quarter at Valencia High Friday and the Vikings were trailing Palos Verdes by nine points in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division semifinals.
It's become an unofficial tradition in recent years for alumni to drop by Saugus High School the week of Thanksgiving to visit their old teammates and coaches on the girls cross country team.
For the entire season, even before the season began, Valencia's wide receiving corps and skill position players in general have been held in high regard.
There's the hammer. And there's the nail. And regardless of Valencia senior linebacker Anthony Costleigh being just 5-feet, 10-inches tall and 185 pounds, he'll hammer any nail, any size. Valencia defensive coordinator Robert Waters says he is one of the biggest hitters Valencia has ever had. "I don't know why. You have to ask him," Waters says on how a kid of his size has a fearlessness beyond that of most players who have played ...
For years, all they've heard people say is, "How about that Saugus girls cross country team?"
Prep girls tennis season still has life locally as the Valencia doubles team of Ashley Keith and Tina Inchalik advanced in the CIF-Southern Section Division II tournament on Monday.
West Ranch senior basketball player Ako Kaluna has committed to play for Northern Arizona University, becoming the first NCAA Division I basketball player from the Stevenson Ranch school.
WALNUT - Saugus High is again, without a doubt, the best cross country program in the Southern Section.
ATASCADERO - The usually prolific Canyon High offense may have finally met its match. On a rainy, slippery grass field at Atascadero High School on Friday night, Canyon could never quite get its footing - literally - as it fell short 30-14 against Atascadero in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division quarterfinals. The usually pass-heavy Cowboys (8-3-1) struggled to move the ball through the air early and the ground game wasn't enough to match the more ...
Antoine Holmes took the ball on fourth-and-short, cut to his left and with a hole ahead of him, the junior running back lost his footing and wound up flat on his back.
Trailing by 20 points at halftime, the deficit proved too big to overcome as Trinity Classical Academy lost to Joshua Springs of Yucca Valley 46-28 Friday at Valencia High in the CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man semifinals.
QUARTZ HILL - Everything was fast. From the scoring drives to the postgame speech. It was as if Valencia football was in a hurry to get to the point that has been its biggest obstacle in recent history. Valencia cruised past Quartz Hill Friday night 42-7 at Quartz Hill High in a second-round CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoff game that was never close. Now the Vikings (9-3) host Palos Verdes next Friday in the Northern ...
Anything short of a CIF championship would be a major disappointment for Saugus girls cross country, which has stood atop the CIF-Southern Section Division II rankings all season long.
Connor Wingenroth can still remember everything about the last time he stood on the field for a CIF-Southern Section championship game victory as the Hart High ball boy.
One hundred percent. Every play. Every day.
John Busfield is mostly inconspicuous among the people sitting on the block cement seating at Valencia High's baseball field.
Canyon vs. Saugus was the first meeting of Foothill League contenders this season. As it turns out, the girls meet isn't done being contended quite yet.
The meet itself wasn't particularly close, but the day certainly sent a message to Golden Valley - they're on the right path.
Coming off one of Southern California's most challenging spring break tournaments, Valencia Vikings baseball has its trap week.
Experience produced for Saugus Centurions baseball on Wednesday.
The surge back to the top continued for the defending Foothill League champion West Ranch Wildcats baseball team.
At the halfway mark in Foothill League play, Golden Valley boys tennis needed a signature win to keep realistic hopes of an automatic playoff spot alive.
Something is definitely different about the Foothill League this year in boys volleyball.