Saugus High senior golfer Tiara Wells said she was a bundle of nerves Tuesday. Stepping onto the course at Valencia Country Club, she was one of only 15 junior players selected to play alongside Champions Tour professionals for a Pro-Junior Tournament. Gary Hallberg, a three-time winner on the PGA Tour and competitor in this weekend's AT&T Champions Classic at Valencia Country Club, told her to drop her jaw. "It makes me tense," she said that ...
It's never easy being a defending national champion, but when almost the entire title-winning team graduates it makes the bull's eye on the reigning top squad's back even more cumbersome.
It's been a memorable season for Saugus senior Nicole Hicks. Hicks averaged 19.6 points per game and 3.1 steals per game, and broke the school's single-season scoring record and career steals record. The Centurions captured their second straight Foothill League title, and the coaches honored Hicks' accomplishments by voting her as the Foothill League Player of the Year. Hicks finished the season with 510 total points and passed the previous record of 447 points in ...
West Ranch High School has named Sean O'Brien as its new head football coach for the 2009 season.
Maverick Ahanmisi led Golden Valley to the Foothill League title in boys basketball this past season, the first league title of any kind in school history. He'll graduate as Golden Valley's all-time leading scorer and 3-point shooter.
Today, Saugus and Buchanan of Clovis come into the first round of the CIF-Southern California Regional Division I Girls Soccer Championships with something to prove. The Centurions (20-3-3), feeling slighted over their seeding in the tournament, are in uncharted territory.
Saugus girls soccer is set to face Buchanan High of Clovis on Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the first round of the CIF Southern California Regional Division I Championships at Buchanan High just outside of Fresno. The announcement was made on the CIF's state Web site Sunday.
After a mere five wins one year ago, West Ranch softball opened the 2009 season with two straight as Canyon, Hart, Golden Valley and the Wildcats joined 12 other teams Saturday for the first day of games in the Hart Classic Softball Tournament at Central Park in Saugus.
DOWNEY - Call it symbolic. Senior Erin Ortega lobbed a pass to junior Jamie Molacek in the 47th minute of Friday's CIF-Southern Section Division II title game. Molacek headed the ball home for the deciding goal to give the Centurions the first outright soccer championship in the history of the Santa Clarita Valley in a play that displayed the Saugus girls soccer passing of the torch at the same time as the current Centurions' flame ...
DOWNEY - It is official. Saugus is now the only school in Santa Clarita Valley history to win an outright CIF-Southern Section Division title in either boys or girls soccer. The Centurions defeated Harvard-Westlake 2-1 Friday night at Warren High in the CIF-SS Division II finals behind the play of senior captain Erin Ortega and junior Jamie Molacek. "I knew this team would go all the way," Molacek said. "The people on this team have ...
For more than a decade, Heather Pilch and Shannon Suarez have been lacing up their cleats and stepping onto the soccer field together.
You can throw out the story about Saugus finishing third in the Foothill League and making it all the way to the CIF-Southern Section Division II girls soccer final.
He was a burgundy and black blur. The cold of the ice swept with him, bringing a freezing breeze.
The Saugus girls soccer team held its team banquet Wednesday night. And the season's not even over. The Centurions scheduled the banquet long before the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs because of the availability of a facility. Now Saugus is in the championship game for the first time in school history. The Centurions will play Harvard-Westlake of North Hollywood on Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Warren High School of Downey. The game will be preceeded ...
Santa Clarita Christian scored at least 17 points in all three games of its opening match against Cate of Carpinteria Wednesday.
Third place in the Foothill League seems like a distant memory for the Hart Indians.
The Valencia Vikings football team punished the Saugus Centurions 45-8 on Friday at Canyon High School to break its semifinal curse and reach a CIF championship game for the first time since 2004.
If the Trinity Classical Academy Knights 8-man football team hopes to capture the CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man Championship tonight against Joshua Springs, historical trends will have to be broken.
There's a notion in sports that goes: It's not always the best team that wins in the playoffs, it's the hottest team.
Three months ago, it wouldn't have been so surprising to see the Hart Indians football team playing in a semifinal playoff game.
The word is swagger.
If it weren't for Jourdan Nguyen, Justin Son wouldn't be playing tonight for the Valencia Vikings in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division semifinals.
In 2010, Spencer Klehn led a talented freshmen class that entered Trinity Classical Academy with the unique opportunity to help build a football program that would go as far as bright-eyed and inexperienced 14-year-old kids could take it.
Where Hart High's offensive line was packed with experience last year and full of confidence, the unit is in many ways the opposite of that this season.
The Trinity Classical Academy CIF-Southern Section Division II 8-man football game was rescheduled to Saturday night, the school announced on Tuesday.
Golden Valley head football coach Robert Fisher decided it was time for a change.
As the Simi Valley High girls cross country team was being crowned CIF champions on Saturday at Mt. San Antonio College, the Saugus girls were finishing up their cool down jog.
It's safe to say Valencia's duo of Tina Inchalik and Remy Balmain traveled the path of most resistance on the opening day of the CIF-Southern Section girls tennis individual playoffs on Monday.
In the biggest matches and the most important situations, Valencia girls volleyball counted on its junior outside hitter Lindsey Knudsen.
WALNUT – There might be a new cross country power in the Santa Clarita Valley.