In a sea of standout track and field athletes, Delano Howell of Hart was one who stood out.
It was a hot, long, tiring day. And that was just the coaches talking. Fighting fatigue, after playing 17 games in five days, and injuries to two of their top three wide receivers, Valencia found enough energy to stage a comeback and beat Crescenta Valley 32-12, for the Hart Passing Tournament Championship Wednesday at College of the Canyons. The Vikings were down 12-0, early before senior quarterback Dominick Solley started slinging it out to his ...
Redemption is sweet. When Jack Zapala entered his senior tennis season, his goal was to not lose a single set in the Foothill League. Last season, he was almost perfect in league but as the old adage goes­ - almost doesn't count. His lone set loss came to Hart's Otto DeGreiff. DeGreiff graduated and Zapala's dominance resonated throughout the league, this season. He was successful in attaining his goal. The lanky Zapala was undefeated as ...
A curve ball was thrown and there was no hitter at the plate. This wasn't a baseball game. It was the Foothill League tennis prelims. Valencia's No. 1 and No. 2 singles players, Jack Zapala and Tyler Gottshall, entered into the doubles draw. For most, this meant the singles draw was up for grabs and everyone else was playing for second in doubles. Two players, though, were up for the challenge. Teammates Cameron Phillips and ...
Darren Sholes and Spenser Souza have been in a quarterback battle for the past seven years.
Hart High will be well-known in Omaha, Neb. this summer. While former Indian Steve Susdorf and his Fresno State Bulldogs played the role of Cinderella in the College World Series, Hart swimmer Jordan Danny looks to fulfill a life long dream of her own in the Cornhusker State. On Friday, Danny and her family boarded an airplane in route to Omaha where she is vying for a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. Danny is ...
For a kid who barely made the swim team as a freshman, Nick Korth has come a long way. Korth was among a bevy of talented swimmers in the Foothill League this season. Korth, however, exceeded many expectations, including his own. For two seasons Korth flew under the radar. Just a piece to the Hart puzzle. This season, Korth battled to the Indians forefront setting new personal records and breaking old school ones. For the ...
You would have to believe that Johnny MacArthur's 2008 high school golf season began on May 31.
For the third straight summer and fourth time in the past five passing league seasons, Valencia reached the finals of the Air Assault Bonita Passing League Tournament.
With the fall season just a few months away, Saugus and Valencia girls varsity basketball teams are already making preparations for what could be a very competitive season in the Foothill League.
After winning the Air Assault Passing Tournament in both of the past two seasons and three of the past four times, Valencia High School is off to another great start in trying to win this year's tournament.
Both Saugus and Valencia had good enough days at the Girls Varsity Saugus Summer Tournament. In the second games, Saugus beat Red Mesa, 72-64. Centurions Nicole Hicks scored 26 points. Amanda Scholl added 13 points, Kaylyn Martin had 12 points. Valencia won its game over Chaminade, 57-49. Jenny Lentz scored 18 points and Lindsey Hill had 11 points for the Vikings. Starla Wright added 18 points. Viewpark beat Hart, 72-53. Indian players Briana Fitchpatrick had ...
Football teams across the Foothill League will be competing in passing tournaments this weekend.
Chris Printz had a tough time sleeping this spring. After his Golden Valley boys basketball team went 0-10 in the Foothill League, the blame crept to the head coach's doorstop. He can sleep a little easier now, following the Grizzlies' 4-1 run in the War on the Floor Tournament that culminated in their 64-59 win over Clovis East on Tuesday to win the Silver Championship. "Last year we were a very young team," Printz said. ...
When you've got a cannon for an arm like Jordan Adamczyk, passing league can be a whole lot of fun.
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.
VENTURA - Even when the bounces don't go in favor of the Saugus Centurions, they're still finding ways to win.