The Valencia girls tennis team cruised to another Foothill League title last week - their seventh straight.
Two months of passing league, numerous practices under 100-degree heat and seemingly endless bursts at tackling dummies and blocking sleds have come down to this.
Watching the intensity of Tuesday's girls volleyball match between Saugus and West Ranch, one would get the feeling that it was already the CIF-Southern Section Girls Volleyball Tournament. While the postseason is not until Tuesday, Saugus' five-set win in the highly competitive Foothill League sure felt like the playoffs.
Varsity Girls Volleyball Hart 3, Canyon 0 The Hart girls volleyball team defeated Canyon on the road 25-17, 28-26, 28-26. Breena Beckett led the Indians with 10 kills. She also contributed four blocks. Casey David had 17 assists, four kills and two aces. Hart (13-13, 4-5) plays Saugus on Thursday. College Women's Volleyball COC 3, Glendale 0 The College of the Canyons women's volleyball team defeated Glendale 25-18, 25-18, 25-22 Tuesday. Lauren Wells made 15 ...
Senior Night for the Valencia girls volleyball team comes once a year. It seems clinching league titles has become as regular. The Vikings celebrated their seventh-straight Foothill League title on Tuesday evening with a 25-18, 25-15, 25-12 sweep of Golden Valley.
The CIF Southern Section preseason football polls have been released, and three Foothill League teams are in the northern division's top ten.
Girls basketball coaches can look at West Ranch High School for a possible job. The West Ranch High School girls basketball program has two openings. One is for a junior varsity head coaching opening, the other is for a freshman opening. Candidates should exhibit effective communication skills, display professional demeanor in representing an education institution, demonstrate outstanding organizational skills and is highly qualified to teach basketball to high school students. Those interested can call assistant ...
Welcome to the first episode of THE SCV Sports Show, where our sports reporters bring you an inside look at high school sports in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Canyon High will host a blood drive today for senior football kicker Nate Sparks. Sparks was diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia, or AML, in July. AML is a fast growing cancer of the blood and bone marrow. The blood drive will be held from 8 a.m to 2 p.m. in Canyon's gym with Kaiser staff on hand. On Monday, 40 varsity football players and students participated in a blood donation at Kaiser Permanente in Woodland ...
One of the best high school teams in the nation resides right here in the Santa Clarita Valley.
West Ranch baseball players and teammates Mitchell Thompson and Casey Watkins were selected to the 2008 Dodger Elite Team.
Eric White is trying to maintain a winning tradition as the new head coach of the Canyon High School varsity girls soccer team.
Everything about this year's Olympic Games seems to be about making a statement. The opening ceremony was bigger than ever. Michael Phelps is setting world records left and right. Oh and the USA softball team is making its presence known too. The squad broke an Olympic record for most runs scored in a game by a single team in its 11-0 defeat over Venezuela. Putting a hand in the record setting performance was Canyon High ...
For high school seniors, the thought of entering the "real world" may seem quite daunting.
Sporting army fatigues with the words "Midnight Maneuvers" written on them while leaping through the air Thursday, the Golden Valley football team made history just by stepping onto the field.
The West Ranch Wildcats had to battle to the very last game of the regular season to win their second straight Foothill League baseball title.
The West Ranch Wildcats softball team did their part first - then they received a little help from an unlikely ally 67 miles away.
Hart High School's highly touted offensive duo has significant college offers on the table.
When Jonathan Morsch's high school swimming career came to an end on Saturday, it was the culmination of 11 years of swimming - an 11-year venture that took Morsch from swimming out of necessity to swimming because he was one of the best the Santa Clarita Valley had to offer.
In its first season since moving up from the Heritage League to the more competitive Liberty League, the Trinity Knights softball team accomplished a lot by making the postseason.
In its first playoff appearance in team history, Albert Einstein Academy baseball didn't get any breaks.
A young Santa Clarita Christian softball team came into last week a win away from a Liberty League championship.
The Valencia Vikings softball team certainly had its chances to advance to the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I postseason.
The bats may be coming around just in time for Valencia Vikings baseball. Patient and effective hitting put Valencia in front early and an A.J. Balta grand slam put the game out of reach as the Vikings beat the Westlake Warriors 11-2 on Tuesday in a CIF-Southern Section Division I wild-card matchup at Valencia High School. "We saw the pitches we wanted and we hit them," said Balta, who started for the first time in ...
There's one word for it - shock.
One break of serve here, another tough bounce there, and that was enough to prevent the Valencia Vikings boys tennis team from moving on in the postseason.
Coming into the 2013 softball season, there was a lot of hope within the Santa Clarita Valley that come playoff time, a Foothill League team could make a run.
For one of the most competitive baseball seasons in Santa Clarita Valley prep history, the area gets no rewards in the CIF-Southern Section playoffs.