The Vikings girls tennis team picked a 17-1 road victory at Golden Valley on Tuesday.
Now the Foothill League has a pair of 4-2 football teams in Hart and West Ranch to go along with 6-0 Valencia.
Valencia High girls tennis' No. 1 doubles team is a dichotomy.
Bishop Alemany High School of Mission Hills has been placed on probation for a year by the CIF-Southern Section for an advertisement that appeared in The Signal's 2009 Santa Clarita Valley Football Preview.
Delano Howell made quite a name for himself as a running back at Hart High School.
College of the Canyons running back Anthony Johnson waited all year for his opportunity, and when he finally got it, he wanted to make the most of it.
OJAI - It was quite the contradiction.
After Santa Clarita Christian football lost 48-16 to The Thacher School in Ojai Saturday, the Cardinals coaching staff threw out a bouquet of positives.
West Ranch utilized a strong effort from running back Zak Snell and a trio of defensive touchdowns to win 49-7 over Golden Valley on Friday night at Canyon High School.
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.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights boys basketball team's tough preleague schedule paid off in its opening game of Heritage League play.
Bobby Kimble sometimes tells his wife Batreace that it's funny how well things worked out by naming their youngest child "Breze."
The season after football season is in full swing - the recruiting season.
If you haven't had a chance to catch the Albert Einstein Academy Rockets varsity boys basketball team this season, you are missing out on "an exciting brand of basketball where we score a lot of points," according to Einstein head coach Greg Patterson.