Saugus cross country runners Brandon and Brianna Jauregui were born two minutes apart. Brandon is the older twin, born on May 4, 1991.
Santa Clarita Christian beat Trona, 59-20, in its football season opener Friday night in Trona.
The CIF-Southern Section released the brackets Sunday for the Northern Division football playoffs. Now the second season starts and the Foothill League usually delivers.
Canyon sophomore running back Trent Hernandez broke his right clavicle on the last of his 11 carries Friday night and will be out of action for 4-6 weeks.
With her trusty Perazzi Winchester 12-gauge shotgun lodged into her right shoulder, Kimberly Rhode was a few shots from winning an Olympic gold medal in women's skeet shooting.
It was the home opener for the College of the Canyons football team, but on a deeper level, it was the Cougars delivering a lesson to Santa Barbara City College on the importance of living a balanced life. COC executed with authority and efficiency on both sides of the ball, scoring on its first play from scrimmage and relentlessly pounding the Vaqueros into submission the rest of the way. The Cougars controlled the field ...
Like a good mechanic working on an old car Saturday night, Santa Clarita Christian performed a tuneup against West Shores of Salton City, winning 53-0 at Cougar Stadium at College of the Canyons.
The Saugus girls cross country team continued their six-year run of excellence Saturday, winning its heat in the CIF-Southern Section Division II Prelims at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
SCCS 3, Lucerne Valley 2 25-23, 25-19, 24-26, 19-25, 15-13 Santa Clarita Christian School waited for the serve, needing only one point in the fifth and final game. As the serve hit the net, the Cardinals were propelled to the semifinals of the CIF-Southern Section playoffs. Leading the way for SCCS was Kristina Gibson with 11 kills, 12 digs, five aces and one block. Kaley Morrison finished with nine kills, 11 digs, five aces and ...
It's as if they couldn't wait any longer. Thus, whoever was in charge of the sound system at Cougar Stadium Friday night cued Freddie Mercury three seconds too early.
In last week's loss to Littlerock, Golden Valley's offense was inoffensive. Friday night, it took out its frustrations on Hoover High (0-1), in a 48-6 victory, setting a school record for points in a game in the process. Rushing and defensive stops were keys to victory as the Grizzlies (1-1) ran for 228 yards, including 106 from Richard Sarabia off 10 carries. Of Golden Valley's six touchdowns, four came on the ground courtesy of four ...
Riding the arm of junior quarterback Jake Bernards, as well as the legs of RB Ross Bacon, the West Ranch Wildcats got the 2008 gridiron campaign off on the right foot with a 42-26 vicotry on the road against Lancaster Friday night.
In one of the night's biggest stunners, Palmdale knocked off the Hart Indians, 29-6. With the score tied at 6, the Falcons outscored Hart 23-0 in the second half.
Thousand Oaks stunned Valencia 23-14 in its home opener at Paul Priesz Stadium. The Lancers capitalized on three interceptions to stifle the Vikings offense. Valencia quarterback Dominick Solley went down early in the first quarter and was replaced by junior Nick Moss. Moss lead the Vikings on a second-quarter scoring drive. Running back Jordan Thompson scored on a 3-yard run and the Vikings took a 7-0 lead. Moss threw his first interception on the ...
Saugus High School's Ryan Zirbel and Desi Rodriguez made enough moves to fill a dance card Friday night at Cougar Stadium on the College of the Canyons campus.
Terry Tamura has always been a talented running back.
Well that didn't take long.
The Hart High Indians have already been getting plenty of attention this season for their explosive offense.
The Trinity Classical Academy Knights already had sizeable challenge in front of them in facing a CIF-Southern Section 8-man power on Friday.
It was a frustrating two weeks for Santa Clarita Christian football, as the Cardinals dropped their first two games of the season.
PALMDALE - The Knight Hawks football team made several key plays in the second half on Thursday night against the West Ranch Wildcats.
PALMDALE - Football games aren't won in the first half, but they can definitely be lost in that span.
Two straight shootout wins by Santa Clarita Valley football teams over a state power in a six-day span was a bit too much to ask on Thursday at Valencia High.
After a wild week of football last Friday, with Valencia upending CIF-Southern Section Northern Division No. 2 Palmdale, Hart outlasting state-power Chaminade and Canyon pitching a shutout, what can today provide?
It wasn't even close - an 18-0 victory for the Saugus girls tennis team on Tuesday at Saugus High over the Alemany Warriors. And though the gauntlet part of the schedule is ahead, four wins in a week to start the season is doing a world of confidence-building for a young Centurions team. "They've experienced more success than what they've expected," said first-year head coach Ken Jeffris. "They're starting to believe in themselves. Winning will ...
When you lose two of the Santa Clarita Valley's top girls volleyball players, it's hard not to say you're rebuilding. But as the Valencia Vikings girls volleyball team showed on Tuesday night against the traditionally strong Notre Dame Academy Regal Gryphons in a 3-2 win, rebuilding doesn't mean the Vikings won't be competitive in 2013. "We are a very young team. There's a lot of learning, but everyone is working really hard," said outside hitter ...