We used a headline for our Foothill League girls soccer preview that read: "Last team standing."
Snowboarder Marisa Watkins of Valencia won two medals at the Special Olympics Winter World Games in Boise, Idaho this week, including a gold.
After Golden Valley finished winless in the Foothill League last season, a league title seemed distant.
Entering Tuesday, three teams were tied atop the Foothill League girls soccer standings. Thanks to Canyon forward Elvia Contreras' goal in the 53rd minute at Harry Welch Stadium, Saugus has been eliminated from title contention. After a brief skirmish in front of the net, the Centurions defense attempted to clear the ball, but Contreras was in the right place at the right time to volley it home. There was nothing Saugus goalkeeper Bianca Lorenz could ...
Hart's hopes of sharing the Foothill League boys basketball title are still alive after a grueling 60-53 overtime win against West Ranch Tuesday.
Golden Valley held its Senior Day on Tuesday. Valencia was not a gracious guest. The Vikings blanked Golden Valley 4-0, which sets up a huge showdown Thursday between the Grizzlies (8-5-4, 3-3-3) and West Ranch. The game will likely determine who earns the third and final playoff spot in the Foothill League. Golden Valley head coach Phil Lopez hopes his team is more ready to play. "Unfortunately, we picked the worst day to have our ...
Hold that thought. The Saugus girls basketball team was hoping to win the Foothill League title on its home floor Tuesday, but Canyon had other ideas. The Cowboys (6-19, 5-4) rolled into Saugus and put the defensive clamps on the first-place Centurions (14-11, 7-2) while using an attacking offense to take out the Foothill League leaders 60-53 Tuesday night. With Valencia's 72-39 victory over Golden Valley Tuesday, the two teams are now tied for the ...
The Canyon boys soccer team may have clinched the Foothill League crown on Saturday, but after Tuesday's play there was one team in the league with less losses than the champion.
Despite the Canyon boys basketball team being 1-7 in the Foothill League heading into Tuesday's game against Saugus, the Cowboys' head coach had one goal for his team.
After a tumultuous season that has centered around controversy, the Hart girls basketball team made lasting memory that all the Indian players can cherish.
Coming into the season, Canyon senior quarterback Jordan Adamczyk was not on anyone's radar. But 2,622 yards and 26 touchdowns later, Adamczyk found himself at the top of all the Foothill League's passing statistics and has now committed to play at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.
We've reached the final week of Foothill League play and still noting is decided in girls soccer. Saugus, Valencia and Canyon are still tied atop the league standings.
Saugus High fashions itself as having a blue-collar athletic program. But being the underdog or being overshadowed rubbed Saugus girls basketball player Gabrielle Conn the wrong way.
The Foothill League has its first winter champion. Canyon boys soccer clinched the 2008-09 league championship Saturday, and the Cowboys didn't even have to play.
On Friday night at Valencia High, the two most important points of the night were scored seconds into the game. Returning to the court was senior David Stroud - cancer survivor and inspiration to his family, friends and community.
Terry Tamura has always been a talented running back.
Well that didn't take long.
The Hart High Indians have already been getting plenty of attention this season for their explosive offense.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights already had sizeable challenge in front of them in facing a CIF-Southern Section 8-man power on Friday.
It was a frustrating two weeks for Santa Clarita Christian football, as the Cardinals dropped their first two games of the season.
PALMDALE - The Knight Hawks football team made several key plays in the second half on Thursday night against the West Ranch Wildcats.
PALMDALE - Football games aren't won in the first half, but they can definitely be lost in that span.
Two straight shootout wins by Santa Clarita Valley football teams over a state power in a six-day span was a bit too much to ask on Thursday at Valencia High.
After a wild week of football last Friday, with Valencia upending CIF-Southern Section Northern Division No. 2 Palmdale, Hart outlasting state-power Chaminade and Canyon pitching a shutout, what can today provide?