Put this one down in the record books. After Canyon High receiver Chris Rivas had more than 200 receiving yards prior to the horn sounding at the half, it was record watch from that point on.
Valencia came up with its second shutout of the season Friday, in a 42-0 rout of Hueneme. The Vikings went on the road to Oxnard to improve to 3-1 on the season.
Freshman Football Golden Valley 21, Oak Park 16 Jeff Coprich led the Grizzlies in rushing and scored three three touchdowns as the Golden Valley freshman won, 21-16. Included in Coprich's tallies was a 50-yard fourth quarter TD run that gave the Grizzlies their final margin of victory. The defense also played well holding the Eagles and finished the game with Alex Pleitez sacking the quarterback three times in a row. The defense also forced and ...
A 6-5 receiver is tough to defend at the National Football League level, much less in high school.
Three games into their season, many questions remained unanswered for the Hart Indians. Friday night against Claremont, Hart (2-2) went to the wire to prove they have what it takes to remain competitive in the Foothill League with a 14-7 victory.
To say Saugus is facing a tough challenge this week would be an understatement. But at this point of the game, it's to be expected. This is the exact same place the Centurions found themselves in last year - facing No. 1 seeded St. Bonaventure of Ventura in the semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoffs. The Seraphs defeated the Centurions 55-36 on Dec. 1. Saugus (9-3) will play the Seraphs (11-1) at 7:30 ...
For the most part, Valencia's performance against Burroughs bore little resemblance to its opening-game dominance.
Two down, one to go. Santa Clarita Christian has already knocked out the No. 2, Windward and No. 3-ranked team, Avalon, in the CIF-Southern Section Division I 8-man football playoffs. Now the team has its sights set on taking out Heritage League mate and No. 1-ranked perennial powerhouse Faith Baptist in the finals. SCCS will take on the Contenders tonight at Harry Welch Stadium at 7 p.m. The Cardinals lost 46-32 to the Contenders on ...
When Rich Bahr got the call he was going to be the head coach for Saugus' junior varsity football team in 2005, he immediately went into recruitment mode.
One night after surviving a physical battle against Taft, the Saugus girls basketball team found much less resistance from Nordhoff.
With Valencia's top two singles players battling the flu, Valencia struggled for a while but held on to beat Hart on Thursday, 11-7.
Varsity girls volleyball Saugus 3, Canyon 0 Saugus won its Foothill League opener on Thursday, defeating Canyon decisively in a straight-set victory. The Centurions beat the Cowboys, 25-9, 25-12, 25-15. "We made it a point to come out strong," Saugus head coach Zach Ambrose said. Katie Estes finished with 20 kills, nine digs and two blocks. Estes came up just short of her season-high of 24 kills. Jaclyn Clark finished with 13 kills and eight ...
After nearly four full seasons and 34 games playing home games at Canyon High School and around the Southland, Golden Valley High School will finally get to play its first ever home game. Add the fact that it's Homecoming, and the Grizzlies have a nice historic game.
At the volleyball match on Thursday night, the Valencia Vikings kept the lead against the Hart Indians in all three sets, 25-19, 25-15, 25-15. "The match tonight was very good," said Valencia Coach Ray Sanchez, "We did a great team effort today. I'm very happy."
A three-game losing streak can be prevented by West Ranch tonight, in a game against Glendora at Valencia High School. The Wildcats will be playing a team that went 5-0 in the Sierra League (9-3 overall) last season and advanced to the CIF-SS Division I quarterfinals.
Third place in the Foothill League seems like a distant memory for the Hart Indians.
The Valencia Vikings football team punished the Saugus Centurions 45-8 on Friday at Canyon High School to break its semifinal curse and reach a CIF championship game for the first time since 2004.
If the Trinity Classical Academy Knights 8-man football team hopes to capture the CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man Championship tonight against Joshua Springs, historical trends will have to be broken.
There's a notion in sports that goes: It's not always the best team that wins in the playoffs, it's the hottest team.
Three months ago, it wouldn't have been so surprising to see the Hart Indians football team playing in a semifinal playoff game.
The word is swagger.
If it weren't for Jourdan Nguyen, Justin Son wouldn't be playing tonight for the Valencia Vikings in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division semifinals.
In 2010, Spencer Klehn led a talented freshmen class that entered Trinity Classical Academy with the unique opportunity to help build a football program that would go as far as bright-eyed and inexperienced 14-year-old kids could take it.
Where Hart High's offensive line was packed with experience last year and full of confidence, the unit is in many ways the opposite of that this season.
The Trinity Classical Academy CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man football game was rescheduled to Saturday night, the school announced on Tuesday.
Golden Valley head football coach Robert Fisher decided it was time for a change.
As the Simi Valley High girls cross country team was being crowned CIF champions on Saturday at Mt. San Antonio College, the Saugus girls were finishing up their cool down jog.
It's safe to say Valencia's duo of Tina Inchalik and Remy Balmain traveled the path of most resistance on the opening day of the CIF-Southern Section girls tennis individual playoffs on Monday.
In the biggest matches and the most important situations, Valencia girls volleyball counted on its junior outside hitter Lindsey Knudsen.
WALNUT – There might be a new cross country power in the Santa Clarita Valley.