At the start of the season, College of the Canyons women's basketball head coach Greg Herrick was confident his team could duplicate its Western State Conference success from last season.
Whether you're describing Saugus' performance Wednesday or its season as a whole, one thing's for sure.
The College of the Canyons' Justin Smith scored a game high 25 points, but the sophomore forward's effort weren't enough as the Cougars lost 92-84 to Citrus College (17-3, 1-0) on Wednesday night at College of the Canyons in the Western State Conference opener.
The writing was on the wall a year ago. Only a freshman, she was already competing with the league's elite.
Is blood thicker than water? Twin sisters, Emily and Clarice Fraczek have the answer. Despite success with fellow sophomores Amanda Jansson and Eunice Pack for much of the season, the two struck gold when paired together. Need proof? The sophomores beat Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks' No. 1 tandem of Corey Berman and Olivia Arroyo 8-2 to win the 2008 Fall Brawl Tournament, then beat West Ranch sisters Gavelyn and Lena Poonnapatam to win the ...
Just two years into her high school golf career, Hart's Amanda Corr has gone through two year-end battles.
A trio of Hart girls, still relying on each other for motivation, and one Saugus golfer advanced to the next round of the CIF-Southern Section girls golf playoffs after shooting qualifying scores Monday at Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai at the Northern Individual Regional. Amanda Corr, Nikki Prichard and Kendall Dusenberry of Hart and Tiara Wells of Saugus will all compete in Thursday's CIF-Southern Section Individual Final and WSCGA Qualifier - the second of ...
Shelby LeDuff isn't a follower. Shelby LeDuff is a leader. And in 2008 she proved it. She led the Valencia girls volleyball team to a seventh-straight Foothill League title. She led the Vikings team in the kills category. She was voted a team captain in her senior season. And the Foothill League coaches named her the Most Valuable Player. Fittingly enough, the 5-foot-11-inch LeDuff can add All-Santa Clarita Valley Girls Volleyball Player of the Year ...
An act of Providence took away just enough steam out of the Santa Clarita Christian football team Saturday against the No. 1 eight-man team in the country, Faith Baptist in Canoga Park.
College Women's Soccer Point Loma Nazarene 2, The Master's 0 Sierra Goff took three shots, two on goal, but no one from The Master's was able to score as Point Loma rolled on to victory, the shutout preserved by two separate goalkeepers. Cissy Butler and Wendy Espejel each played flawless halves in net. Point Loma received goals from Tomie Graham and Jennifer Tan and racked up 13 total shots. The loss drops The Master's to ...
Seth Totten hates pink.The ribbon that holds his state medal is pink. What bothers him is that there is a different color that holds the medal for first place. That's the ribbon he wants. Totten hates the predictions. Pundits said his Golden Valley boys cross country team wouldn't amount to much this season. So those predictions are posted on his bedroom door along with other published articles of doubt. All that negativity is joined with ...
Upon arrival from Oregon, Kaylin Mahoney made her way off the flight and through the airport in a wheelchair.
"Today I know what real strength is…and it has little to do with my muscles. Rather, it is all about my mental strength. Your body can be weak and broken down while your mind is still sharp in what you think, feel, and believe." – David Stroud in his college application essay
As the clocked ticked down and the horn sounded, Valencia fans rushed onto the field in celebration, shouting expletives at the Hart crowd.
Three times, Canyon quarterback Jordan Adamczyk found the same receiving target for touchdowns -
Canyon (3-0) at Notre Dame (3-1)
The Canyon High girls cross country team continued its impressive season with an upset over seven-time defending Foothill League and state champion Saugus team.
It was over almost as quickly as it began for the Valencia girls tennis team on Thursday afternoon at Golden Valley High School.
Golden Valley girls golf really is the front-runner for the Foothill League title.
Somewhere, there's a young athlete looking at Abigail Frankian and thinking, "I hope to be like her some day."
The blueprint worked to perfection for the Hart Indians girls tennis team in its Foothill League opener on Tuesday afternoon.
The biggest change in this week's CIF-Southern section Northern Division poll was a result of West Ranch's 20-9 loss to Thousand Oaks.
There's an interesting dynamic in the Foothill League this season.
Tennis doubles partners are generally pretty close - the idea being that off-the-court chemistry leads to on-the-court success.
West Ranch football went out of its way to put an emphasis on passing the ball more this year.
Coming off their first varsity victory in school history last week, the Albert Einstein Academy Rockets were hoping to double that total on Saturday when they traveled to take on the Calvary Chapel Grizzlies in Downey.
Five turnovers on Trinity Classical Academy football's first five possessions spelled disaster.
Four straight subpar offensive drives to start the game and a 13-point deficit made Valencia High School's long trip to Righetti High of Santa Maria appear to be a waste early on.