There's always that one moment when everything starts to click.
Saugus High School baseball player Nick Warren has committed to play baseball for Fresno State University, according to Saugus head coach John Maggiora.
Instead of practicing earlier this week, Saugus boys soccer held a team meeting following a third straight Foothill League loss.
Neither Valencia, nor Hart girls soccer was willing to change its attacking philosophy on Friday night at Valencia High School - and that made for a wild matchup of the top two teams in the Foothill League.
Golden Valley girls basketball was determined to pick up its first Foothill League win on Friday night at West Ranch High School, and if it hadn't been for a spectacular outing by Wildcats junior guard Whitney Branham, it might have gotten it.
Whether or not this game could be considered a must-win for Saugus boys basketball, the Centurions certainly played like it.
They wouldn't admit it, but the Valencia Vikings boys basketball team knew that a win against the Hart Indians at Hart High would have put in concrete that they are a legitimate Foothill League title contender.
West Ranch's 80-57 home blowout win over an overwhelmed Golden Valley squad on Friday may not have taught anyone anything new about the Wildcats, but it certainly reinforced how good they are.
She's still trying to figure it out. Is it rehearsal, number retirement then rehearsal dinner? Is it number retirement, rehearsal then rehearsal dinner? Whatever order it will be, it will be a hectic Feb. 1 for Hart High basketball great and former WNBA player Taylor Lilley. On that day, Lilley's No. 1 will be retired in a ceremony at Hart High at halftime of the boys basketball game between Hart and Golden Valley. That same ...
In the schools' first Heritage League meeting, Trinity Classical Academy defeated Santa Clarita Christian 64-40 Thursday at SCCS.
Feb. 8, 2011 - Jan. 15, 2013. The tombstone is now set on Hart girls basketball's Foothill League winless run. For years the premier girls basketball program in the Santa Clarita Valley, the Indians have fallen on hard times, which included an 0-10 mark in 2012 in the Foothill League. On Tuesday, Hart defeated an up-and-coming Golden Valley team 53-44. The losing steak was 13 games. "It's bittersweet," said Hart head coach Terra Palmer of ...
If Hart girls soccer is the hottest team in the Foothill League, Valencia gets the title of most consistent.
Valencia boys basketball was away from the Santa Clarita Valley in the preleague season just long enough for people to forget about it.
It doesn't seem to matter how opponents try to game plan against West Ranch boys basketball.
Canyon girls basketball has been the best team in the Foothill League over the last three-plus seasons and this year the Cowboys are again a title favorite.
West Ranch Wildcats boys volleyball is on a mission this season.
With their backs up against a wall from nearly the beginning, the Hart Indians never stopped battling.
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.