Steve Pinkston resigned as head coach of the Golden Valley High School football program Thursday due to philosophical differences with school administration over the direction of the program.
With the end of the playoffs last week for the local high school football teams, a special SCV Prep Zone is being prepared for this week. We'll sum up the season and have some fun, too. This little project will take a bit more time, so we intend to post this week's Prep Zone video Friday evening.
Saugus (2-2) vs. Crespi (3-1) The Centurions have had a tough nonleague schedule and unfortunately, it's not going to get any easier. Saugus will face Crespi of Encino tonight at the College of the Canyons at 7:30 p.m. Crespi is currently ranked No. 3 in the CIF Pac-5 division behind powerhouses Mater Dei and No. Long Beach Poly. Crespi is expected to play for another bowl berth this season. Despite putting up huge offensive numbers ...
REGION 46 Boys under 8 Neon Knights vs. The Dragon Slayers Justin Prager tallied three times, Cameron Warr scored twice, while Sean Stiffel scored once. Stiffel did an outstanding job at offense and Justin Prager showed his determination and athletic abilities throughout the game and was the top player of the game. Lightning vs. Black Knights Robert Ferialdi scored twice goals Transformers vs. Lizards Alex Tsatryan, Owen Hand, Trenton Burke and Luis Aldeco all played ...
College men's soccer: McManus named Pac-10 Player of the Week Former Canyon High soccer player Matt McManus was named Pac-10 Player of the Week for his San Diego State Univeristy team. The redshirt junior earned his first weekly award after scoring twice in a 3-3 tie against UCLA on Sunday. The goals were McManus' second and third goals of the season and the third and fourth of his career. McManus is currently sixth in the ...
West Ranch first-year boys head soccer coach Mo Burgess said that should the team not allow any shots in a game, he would treat them to dinner.
The name on the pamphlets may have already read "Canyon Classic," but the Cowboys still made sure everyone knew whose tournament it was.
Valencia may be young, but the defending Foothill League champions still know what it takes to win.
Former Canyon quarterback Nate Longshore had a successful outing when he led the University of California Bears to a 24-14 victory over Arizona State on Saturday.
Girls Kaylin Mahoney Sophomore, Saugus Brianna Jauregui Senior, Saugus Anne Randall Senior, Saugus Stephanie Bulder Sophomore, Saugus Keri Molt Senior, Saugus Amber Murakami Junior, Saugus Courtney Wilson Senior, Saugus Boys Brandon Jauregui Senior, Saugus Seth Totten Junior, Golden Valley Alexander Nelson Junior, Saugus Anthony Pizzo Senior, Canyon Thomas McGuan Junior, Canyon Konrad Antoniuk Junior, Hart Joey Eledge Senior, Saugus
Hart has never beaten Quartz Hill coach John Volk on its home field, but if the Rebels play like they did Tuesday, they won't lose many games anywhere.
The Valencia High baseball program donated nearly two dozen Christmas trees to needy families, a local firehouse and troops in Iraq.
The Valencia girls soccer team had its opportunities. Midway through the second half, the Vikings repeatedly rattled the Falcons' cage only to be turned away several times.
In cross country, often times the success of a program can be measured by its depth. By that yardstick, the Canyon High School boys cross country team was a hit Saturday, winning the Sweepstakes trophy at the Kenny Staub/John Barnes Invitational at Crescenta Valley Park.
A slight cough would not wilt a budding golf prodigy Tuesday at Woodley Lakes Golf Course in Van Nuys. In fact, neither age nor nothing else has halted Hart High freshman Kendall Dusenberry this Foothill League girls golf season.
This one was a little more emotional than most postgame goodbyes.
Things changed in a hurry for Hart Indians girls soccer on Tuesday.
The core group of seniors on the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals girls soccer players experienced a lot through the years.
After playing 100 minutes of scoreless soccer and four even rounds of penalty kicks, the Valencia Vikings girls soccer team needed a save and a goal to advance to the CIF-Southern Section Division II quarterfinals.
The ball just doesn't always bounce your way - and that's exactly what happened to the Canyon Cowboys girls soccer team in their CIF-Southern Section Division II playoff game with Wilson of Long Beach on Tuesday.
Forget what the calendar says, spring is practically here in the world of sports.
It's a simple question with no simple answer.