Hart forced three Saugus turnovers in the first half Friday and scored with each possession.
The Golden Valley football team has had enough.
Even without a couple of its top runners, the Saugus girls cross country team maintained its stranglehold on the Foothill League at Thursday's second league meet.
Thursday night's girls volleyball match between Hart and Saugus began with a message of hope and determination.
With improved doubles play, West Ranch girls tennis showed all-around depth in a 13-5 win over Hart on Thursday.
After a dominating run through its pre-league schedule, Valencia football established itself as the front-runner for this season's Foothill League crown.
The sense of urgency begins.
At the beginning of the season, many Hart High football players got an earful from fellow students doubting the program.
When Saugus girls volleyball hosts Hart at 6:45 p.m. today, it will be more than another important Foothill League matchup between the Centurions and the Indians.
Foothill League football spent years setting a standard in the state of California.
When one arrives at a Foothill League girls golf match, the first question that pops up is: What accomplishment did Hart High achieve today?
The West Ranch girls volleyball team is talented enough to overcome a number of mishaps over the course of a volleyball match.
Valencia got everything it could handle from Saugus in a five-set match Tuesday, but the Centurions couldn't overcome their own mistakes and the Vikings won 3-2 at Valencia High.
Valencia High graduate and California's all-time prep passing yardage leader Michael Herrick had the best game of his collegiate football career last Saturday.
As Foothill League play begins, the intensity is going to increase. Every play and possession will be magnified.
Time off can give players a chance to recuperate.
All of a sudden West Ranch boys golf is looking vulnerable.
The Valencia Vikings might have been overlooked heading into the Foothill League season, but the two-time defending champion West Ranch Wildcats weren't going to do any overlooking of their own on Tuesday afternoon at West Ranch High School.
Hart High graduate and former The Master's College star Jerry Owens was suspended for 50 games last week from the Liga Mexicana de Beisbol for violating the league's drug policy.
It's not entirely uncommon for a club swimmer to see their high school team as something secondary; a break from the grind of a club season, but ultimately just that - a break.