For each of the past three seasons, the Valencia girls tennis team has reached the Division III finals of the CIF-Southern Section Girls Team Tennis Playoffs.
In each of his previous 19 seasons, Mike Herrington has led the Indians past the first round of the CIF-Southern Section playoffs.
One way to measure a team's ability is by the opponents it has faced. If that's how you want to measure Ventura High, then Valencia football has a tough matchup in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoffs. Currently ranked No. 7 in the Northern Division poll, the Vikings will take on the Channel League's Cougars at 7 p.m. tonight at Dr. Paul A. Priesz Stadium. The Cougars finished second in league ...
Anne Susdorf stayed undefeated at 15-0 in her matches this season, helping the Hart High School girls tennis team defeat Buena on Thursday in a tiebreaker.
Hart's 29-6 loss to Palmdale last Friday was not how the Indians anticipated kicking off the season.
The Valencia girls' tennis team won in convincing fashion over Oxnard High Thursday, sweeping in both singles and doubles play.f
He was completely suited up. His No. 15 jersey and shoulder pads draped over his weakened, thin body. His green and gold pants were tied at the waist. He took a teammate's hands and walked to the center of the football field. In a roped off area at Harry Welch Stadium, his family stood up to cheer for him - crying tears of joy. It was Oct. 17. That night, Canyon High senior kicker Nate ...
The rock keeps on rolling. The Valencia's girls tennis team, the No. 2 seed in the CIF-Southern Section Division III playoffs, has advanced to the semifinal round with a 12-6 win over South Pasadena on Wednesday. After two straight days on the road, the Vikings return home today to face Martin Luther King High of Riverside, the Big VIII League's No. 1 finisher, at 2 p.m. This was the second straight season Valencia has knocked ...
Except for 13 service errors Wednesday, the West Ranch girls volleyball team beat up on Knight in three sets.
Playing against a girls volleyball team that has lost only twice all season is tough enough.
As the No. 2 overall seed in the CIF-Southern Section Division III Girls Team Tennis Playoffs, Valencia is supposed to be a dominating force.
West Ranch put on a hitting clinic in a three-set, non-league girls volleyball victory over Crescenta Valley Tuesday night in Stevenson Ranch.
The Indians defeated Chaminade at Vista Valencia, a par-33 course, on Tuesday 179-260. Brenna Carlson finished first with a 32. Nikki Prichard and Kendall Dusenberry shot a 33. Amanda Corr shot a 36 while Jacque Draina finished with a 45. Hart improves its record to 4-0 and will face West Ranch at Woodley on Thursday. VARSITY GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Saugus 3. Bell Jeff 0 The Centurions swept Bell Jeff, 25-10, 25-15, 25-11, on Tuesday evening. ...
Her words tell you exactly how she felt Monday. "Today was pretty much the worst day of my life," said Hart High golfer Amanda Corr.
Shelby LeDuff couldn't hide her emotions. She cried in the arms of a teammate after the Valencia girls volleyball team lost in the CIF-Southern Section Division I-A quarterfinals to Santa Barbara on Monday night. It would be the last time, LeDuff, a senior outside hitter, would play in the Vikings' gym, in the Vikings uniform, with her Vikings teammates.
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.