West Ranch baseball players and teammates Mitchell Thompson and Casey Watkins were selected to the 2008 Dodger Elite Team.
Eric White is trying to maintain a winning tradition as the new head coach of the Canyon High School varsity girls soccer team.
Everything about this year's Olympic Games seems to be about making a statement. The opening ceremony was bigger than ever. Michael Phelps is setting world records left and right. Oh and the USA softball team is making its presence known too. The squad broke an Olympic record for most runs scored in a game by a single team in its 11-0 defeat over Venezuela. Putting a hand in the record setting performance was Canyon High ...
For high school seniors, the thought of entering the "real world" may seem quite daunting.
Sporting army fatigues with the words "Midnight Maneuvers" written on them while leaping through the air Thursday, the Golden Valley football team made history just by stepping onto the field.
Some local history will be made right after Midnight on Thursday morning. The Golden Valley football team will hold its first practice under the lights, in a two-hour long shindig nicknamed "Midnight Maneuvers". The event is the first of its kind in recent Santa Clarita high school history. "We think it's a fun way for the kids to get out there," Golden Valley head coach Steve Pinkston said. "The kids are dying to get out ...
Summer baseball is in full effect and one local face is making his presence known. Saugus graduate and Pepperdine University incoming freshman Tyler Brubaker had a number of standout performances with his Playa Vista Orioles team. The Connie Mack 18-under baseball team, comprised of top players from the Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita, San Fernando Valley. Conejo Valley and Oxnard, finished atop the Southern California Connie Mack league with a record of 13-3. Brubaker led the ...
Half of the Hart squad pitched in the Indians loss to Chatsworth in the semifinals of the summer Valley Invitational Baseball League playoffs on Tuesday.
The good news for Valencia was it only allowed one run in the last six innings of Saturday's VIBL quarterfinal game against Chatsworth.
Valencia and Chatsworth battled through four innings before the Vikings' bats staved off elimination in the quarterfinals of the Valley Invitational Baseball League's summer tournament.
After spotting their opponent six runs in the top of the first inning Thursday, Hart's offense quickly countered - in a big way.
Valencia did not have the same luck as Hart on Thursday, in a 4-2 loss to Chatsworth in the first contest of the best-of-three VIBL quarterfinals at Chatsworth High.
Cal State Northridge student and Saugus High graduate Nick Delio is continuing his endless golfing summer.
A chorus of aluminum bats cascaded through the summer air Tuesday at Hart High's Bud Murray Field.
There's a lot of good genes on the gridiron and the diamond at Valencia. Junior wide receiver Zack Tartabull is the son of former major leaguer Danny Tartabull, but he's never tried his hand in baseball at least, at the high school level. Another junior Brock Vereen is the younger brother of former Valencia standout Shane Vereen, who now plays at California. But don't make the comparisons just yet. "Brock is a different style of ...
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.