Jenna Kelly made the Saugus High softball team's first home game on campus in four years an awfully memorable one.
Saturday was an up-and-down day for the West Ranch softball team. Or maybe, it would be more appropriate to call it a down-and-up day. The Wildcats opened up their season in the Hart tournament, losing by a dozen runs but returned in the afternoon to rout San Fernando 8-0 at Central Park. The game was called after five innings due to the mercy rule. "They were just on," said West Ranch head coach Cassandra Perez. ...
Hart pitcher Destiny Rodino gave up only two hits to Highland pitcher Aryn Feickert's six. The second hit off Rodino just came at a really bad time. The two pitchers didn't budge through the regulation seven innings, but the Highland softball teamm won 1-0 Saturday in an eighth-inning tiebreaker at Central Park in the Hart tournament. After winning 3-1 against Calabasas in the first game of the day, Hart's loss dropped the Indians to 1-1 ...
The Saugus High girls cross country team and former Valencia High pitcher Jordan Taylor are among finalists for 710 ESPN Southern California Sports Awards.
The plan was simple for the Hart High baseball team in its season opener on Friday. "We looked a little rusty in our scrimmage games last week," said pitcher Michael Montgomery. "We wanted to come out here and do the opposite of what we had done (last week)." The Indians shook the rust off quickly against Agoura at home, scoring five runs in the first inning which was enough for a 7-2 win in the ...
PLAYER OF THE YEAR BRIELLE SLEPICOFF • SAUGUS • Senior FIRST TEAM MALAYA CABRERA • CANYON • FRESHMAN MILAN CABRERA • CANYON • JUNIOR MARINA CONSTANTINOU • SAUGUS • Senior SARINA COUTIN • HART • SENIOR DEE CLEGG • CANYON• SENIOR JAMIE MOLACEK • SAUGUS • SOPHOMORE LINDSAY MILLS • HART • SENIOR ALYSSA MORSE • VALENCIA • JUNIOR ERIN ORTEGA • SAUGUS • JUNIOR ALYSSA TRIANA • VALENCIA• SOPHOMORE GINA TUMASONE • WEST RANCH ...
The votes are in from the Foothill League coaches. The 2008 season's final standings follow:
AGOURA - The Hart girls soccer team's mettle on Friday could be summed up in forward Lindsay Mills.
SAN BERNARDINO - With 75 seconds remaining Friday night against the Arroyo Valley High boys basketball team, it was the Valencia side of the bleachers standing, smiling and belting out a chorus of nah-nah-nah-nah-nahs.
The Hart High girls basketball team will have to settle for its share of a seventh consecutive Foothill League title.
In the end, it all came down good goalkeeping and nerves of steel. And in the final two plays Wednesday in the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs it was the Laguna Hills girls soccer team, on its home field, that had the edge in both departments over the Saugus. But just barely. After 80 minutes of regulation, 40 minutes of overtime and seven rounds of penalty kicks on Wednesday, it is ...
After going nearly two full games - more than 145 minutes of action - without a goal against Quartz Hill, the Hart High girls soccer team finally broke through.
TORRANCE - Two players do not normally win a game for a team, but when two players stand at 6-foot-6 and the opposing team's starting center is out with an injury, it could make for a long night.
For a stretch, it looked the No. 1 seed didn't make it anywhere near the West Ranch High gym on Tuesday night.
A tie-breaking 3-pointer by John Otavka with 2.1 seconds remaining has the Valencia High boys basketball team in the CIF quarterfinals for the first time since 1998.
Since 2005, Valencia has enjoyed enormous success without winning a CIF championship.
History is great and all, and there's a lot between Valencia and Hart.
Tina Inchalik and Remy Balmain's exciting run through the CIF girls tennis individual playoffs came to an end on Wednesday, as the duo fell victim to the No. 2 overall seeded pairing of Devon Jack and Madeline Gundawidjaja from San Marino High 6-4, 6-1 in the round of 16 in Seal Beach.
How will history judge Hart High senior Connor Wingenroth?
The conversation turns to Jake Wallace on Tuesday afternoon during championship week inside the Valencia High physical education office.
Tickets are on sale at Valencia High School and Hart High School for Friday's CIF-Southern Section Northern Division championship game between Valencia and Hart.
Valencia's duo of Tina Inchalik and Remy Balmain entered CIF individual playoffs having only played together a handful of times.
While the Hart Indians have gathered headlines for their gaudy, and at times, record-breaking offensive performances, there's another big element to this team bound for a CIF-Southern Section Northern Division championship game this Friday against Valencia.
Valencia High junior Jay Jay Wilson will not be able to play in Friday's CIF-Southern Section Northern Division championship game against Hart after the officials from the game turned down an appeal from Valencia High Athletic Director Brian Stiman.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights football team's 2013 run to a CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man Championship was both improbable and inevitable.
The writing was on the wall all season for Saugus girls cross country.
Last week, both the Mustangs' men's and women's basketball teams put forward productive outings. Mustang volleyball looks to make a strong postseason run starting this Tuesday.
For a 10-minute span in the third quarter of Saturday night's CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man Championship, the Trinity Classical Academy Knights football team put forth its most complete effort of the 2013 season - and walked off the field at Valencia High School with a title because of it.
FRESNO – The term "Saugus dynasty" has been given new meaning.
The Saugus boys cross country team won its first ever CIF state championship, while the girls' streak of state titles is over.