With a stunning tie in the regular season finale against Saugus High one season ago, the West Ranch girls soccer team ruined the Centurions' playoff chances.
The Saugus boys soccer team needed two things to happen coming into its final game of the season Thursday against West Ranch.
With tonight in mind, the Golden Valley High girls basketball team ordered its first-ever batch of what-will-you-miss-the-most cards.
Maybe it's exactly what to expect from the Hart-Canyon rivalry. Neither team budges, even when second place and playoff seedings are on the line. On Thursday night at College of the Canyons in the Foothill League finale, the Indians led for 23 minutes of the first half and 39 minutes of the second. It still left one minute. Off a corner kick by Jessica Tondreau in the final minute of the game, the Cowboys' Milan ...
It was early last week that Phil Lopez was saying his Golden Valley boys soccer team had the talent to score three or four goals a game.
National signing day marks an aloha of sorts as many high school and junior college athletes are making their farewells and hellos official.
Canyon boys basketball head coach Chad Phillips' plan made sense. It just backfired. At times in Wednesday's game, the coach decided to go box-and-one defense on West Ranch's 3-point specialist Beau Martin, and sometimes even on David Franklin. Martin never scored in the game, but it looked like he passed on 3-point touches to everyone else on the Wildcats. West Ranch dropped a school-record 14 treys on the Cowboys, nullifying a game-high 30 points from ...
Amanda Reyes said the Canyon girls basketball team knew all along they would win. But make no mistake about it, the Cowboys survived a scare by West Ranch, a team that hadn't won a Foothill League contest coming into Wednesday. Canyon scored just two baskets from the floor in the final frame but defeated the Wildcats 49-44 at West Ranch High. Brooke Lemar scored a team-high 17 points for Canyon. The Cowboys (14-12, 5-4) ran ...
Lost in the shuffle of one wild finish and a Foothill League championship being crowned Tuesday night was another wild finish that involved another team that could share that crown.
It was not the ideal situation. The Canyon girls soccer team was without its sweeper Milan Cabrera, who received two yellow cards in a game against West Ranch on Feb. 1. Her sister, Malaya, another starting defender, was at an Olympic Development Program showcase in Florida. Cowboys head coach Keeli Paden had to use a quartet of defenders that had never played as a group together this season Tuesday, facing Valencia in a game that ...
The Canyon High boys soccer team is alone at the top of the Foothill League for the time being.
Four graduated starters. One retired head coach. Three wins in the first nine games of the year.
The Saugus High girls soccer team now finds itself in a place no Centurions girls soccer team has ever been before.
It's been a long time since 1983. Saugus High boys basketball head coach Jeff Hallman was a personnel supervisor at Six Flags Magic Mountain and Michael Cassio wasn't even born yet. But after a controversial call and two of the clutchest free throws by Cassio with time expired, the Centurions are closer to their first league title since Duran Duran was fashionable. Saugus defeated Canyon at the Cowboys' Brickhouse 54-53 Tuesday, maintaining a first place ...
It was the 64th minute between the Saugus and Hart girls soccer teams, with first place on the line. Centurions midfielder Brielle Slepicoff unleashed a cross to the opposite side of the field and Shelby Searcy simply whiffed on close-range shot at the back door.
The Saugus Centurions football team not only wanted to make a statement to their opponent on Friday night, but do everything it could to boost its resume for a potential playoff spot.
At 4:15 p.m. the Canyon (Anaheim) Comanches girls' tennis team was up 7-3 and cruising in its CIF-Southern Section Division II second round playoff match against the Valencia Vikings.
The Hart Indians girls' tennis team did what it had to to keep its postseason aspirations alive on Thursday, defeating Villa Park 11-7 in a hard fought contest to advance to the third round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs.
Put this one up with all the other Canyon-Hart epics.
Go crazy Viking nation. You deserve it.
All Santa Clarita Christian football can do now is hope.
The Saugus boys cross country team is starting to sound like its girls counterparts.
Today, Canyon High School and Hart High School meet for the 46th time on a football field.
There were a couple of clutch points on Thursday in Golden Valley sophomore Elisa Pierre's day that led her to advancing to the WSCGA Foundation Tournament/Southern California championship.
High school football may have been born in the Santa Clarita Valley in 1948 when Hart High School played the area's first varsity football game. But it came of age in 1983.
The Valencia Vikings girls tennis team defeated a tough but overmatched Poly of Pasadena team 13-5 in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II girls playoffs on Wednesday afternoon.
The Hart Indians girls tennis team continued its dominant run through the 2013 season with a 14-4 win over Chadwick in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II playoffs on Wednesday at Hart.
After last week's surprising win for Hart girls volleyball, an automatic playoff spot was all but assured.
Saugus girls tennis took a step in the right direction this season.
When it comes to the postseason, West Ranch girls tennis is going to lean on the same players that got it to this point.