For Hart girls tennis, the cliché rings true: Every point matters.
Saugus experienced an up-and-down match in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section I-A playoffs Tuesday night, and in the end the Centurions came up short.
Valencia girls volleyball head coach Ray Sanchez couldn't help but laugh.
With a three-hour bus ride before its postseason opener, the Santa Clarita Christian girls volleyball team could have come out flat.
West Ranch girls volleyball advanced to the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I-A playoffs for a second straight year with a three-set win over Calvary Chapel 28-26, 25-21, 28-26 Tuesday at West Ranch.
Some league races in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division are basically over heading into the final week of the regular season.
The CIF-Southern Section released brackets Monday for girls tennis and 8-Man Football.
The ride continues.
Local girls volleyball teams now know who they'll be playing in the first round of the CIF postseason.
The Santa Clarita Christian football team entered Heritage League play with sub-.500 record, banged-up and struggling to score after a 48-0 mercy-rule loss Oct. 10 to Windward.
Not an off night from the star running back. Not a swell of penalties. Not even the defending league champions.
Nothing could keep Valencia from clinching at least a share of the Foothill League championship.
West Ranch football was right there.
Trading blows with tradition-rich Hart into the second half Friday night at Valencia High.
Something had to give as Canyon and Golden Valley football squared off in a matchup of two teams looking for their first win of the season.
Whatever was holding the Cowboys back entering the contest promptly fell by the wayside.
Just when things were starting to turn around for Saugus football, they go back the other way.
Not only are the Centurions, who have won two straight games after losing five in a row, playing highly touted Valencia tonight at 7:30 at College of the Canyons, but they have also lost their starting quarterback for the season.
Valencia girls volleyball finished off an eighth straight Foothill League championship season with a three-set win over Golden Valley on Thursday at home, 25-10, 25-16, 25-12.
The victory clinched an outright league crown for the Vikings (15-9, 9-1).
The third annual Foothill Invitational girls volleyball tournament wrapped up on Sunday in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Stevenson Ranch resident Hunter Greene could pitch USA Baseball to a gold medal in Mexico.
The pressure to raise his game at the collegiate level wore on Valencia High graduate and 2012 All-Santa Clarita Valley Golfer of the Year Jonathan Chang.
Valencia graduate Alison Lee made it clear early on Wednesday she wasn't going to suffer an upset early in the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
We've handed out the awards for the season that was across all high school sports.
If Saugus High swimmer Abbey Weitzeil wants to make it to the Olympics some day, her performance on Wednesday indicates she's on the right track.
Hart swimmer Cole Cogswell has already broken multiple records held by arguably the Santa Clarita Valley's best-ever swimmer, Anthony Ervin.
West Ranch head football head coach Jan Miller doesn't want to hear about how hot it is.
Tyler Glasnow survived the Major League Baseball Trade Deadline and is still in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization.
Kieran Tamondong and Kevin Stevens have been making major waves in the karate world even though they prefer different sides of the same coin.
Kyle Ensing's volleyball prowess is now spanning the globe.
Passing tournaments, 7-on-7s, whatever you want to call them, they're not new.
According to a source, Hart High graduate Chris Valaika has been called up by the Chicago Cubs and will be in uniform this weekend for a series in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.
Last Friday the Saugus football team took a trip to the Naval Special Warfare Training Center in Coronado where Navy SEALs go for Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training.
The Hart 9-and-under Red baseball team turned a double play at the start of the game and another at the end to win the Mustang-9 League Baseball World Series 7-2 over the North Valley 9U team.