The motto for Albert Einstein Academy football seems to be, "make it work." And no matter what hand the team is dealt, that's exactly what the AEA Rockets do. The Santa Clarita Valley's newest prep football team is preparing to embark on its maiden voyage as an 11-man varsity team. And it is doing so with just 20 players on the roster, a makeshift practice field and, as of the moment, no home field. "I ...
Taking so many steps in the last couple of years still hasn't resulted in the ultimate prize for the Trinity Classical Academy football team.
There are five, count them, five players on the Trinity Classical Academy roster of 18 who played football at the organized youth level prior to coming to high school.
Last season, Santa Clarita Christian football was nearly there. Nearly good enough to compete for a San Joaquin League title and maybe, just maybe, a run in the CIF-Northeast Division playoffs. Their quarterback was in a similar place - nearly there, but still a little bit raw. Now, in his second full season as the Cardinals' starter, junior Jonathan Saavedra is ready to lead an SCCS team that feels like it has turned the corner ...
The Santa Clarita Christian football team scored on plays of 66 and 58 yards over the final two drives of their season opening contest against Chadwick High School of Palos Verdes. The only problem was that those two scores accounted for the Cardinals only offensive output of the night and it proved to be too little, too late, as they fell by a score of 26-14 at Canyon High School on Saturday night.
CALABASAS - In the first half, the Saugus Centurion football team looked like the inexperienced group from 2012.
A lot has been made of first-year head coach Jan Miller and the culture change at West Ranch and, at least for the moment, the Miller era seems to be off to a fast start.
CORONA - It was the best of times and the worst of times for the Hart Indians on the road at Santiago of Corona on Friday night.
Golden Valley Grizzlies head football coach Robert Fisher was candid following his team's season-opening 34-28 victory over the Granada Hills Charter High School Highlanders at Canyon High School on Friday night.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE - Need evidence that this Canyon football defense was sick of being maligned last season?
For the previews on the rest of the Foothill League, as well as playe and coach polls, predictions, schedules and more, pick up a copy of Friday's edition of The Signal Newspaper.
Valencia does anything it can to teach its freshman class how to run a passing attack - even if it may cost the team a chance at winning every once in awhile.
Like most teams in the Foothill League, the Valencia Vikings junior varsity squad tries to replicate the somewhat-complicated schemes of its varsity counterpart as much as possible.
The proliferation of the spread offense in the Santa Clarita Valley dates back to the 1990s when Hart High School annually had one of the state's most prolific offenses.
There's still a bitter taste in the mouths of the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals this season.
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?
It wasn't even close - an 18-0 victory for the Saugus girls tennis team on Tuesday at Saugus High over the Alemany Warriors. And though the gauntlet part of the schedule is ahead, four wins in a week to start the season is doing a world of confidence-building for a young Centurions team. "They've experienced more success than what they've expected," said first-year head coach Ken Jeffris. "They're starting to believe in themselves. Winning will ...
When you lose two of the Santa Clarita Valley's top girls volleyball players, it's hard not to say you're rebuilding. But as the Valencia Vikings girls volleyball team showed on Tuesday night against the traditionally strong Notre Dame Academy Regal Gryphons in a 3-2 win, rebuilding doesn't mean the Vikings won't be competitive in 2013. "We are a very young team. There's a lot of learning, but everyone is working really hard," said outside hitter ...
No one can say the Foothill League isn't getting respect, at least from the CIF pollsters.
Hart High quarterback Brady White was selected as the U.S. Army All-American Bowl High School Player of the Week on Monday.
The Valencia Vikings varsity girls tennis team won the Division II championships at the prestigious 2013 California Tennis Classic in Clovis during the weekend, beating Arroyo Grande 7-5 in set tiebreaker after the teams played to 3-3 tie in the final.