Tuesday was a good day for Valencia Vikings soccer on the boys and girls side. Both teams came into the day at second place in the Foothill League, and both came out of it in first. But that's only a few of the major story lines going on here at the halfway mark of the winter league season. Boys With five games in the books and five to play, the league title race appears to ...
Before the Foothill League season started, the first game was circled on the calendar as the marquee boys basketball matchup of the season.
Football season may be in the distance, but honors keep coming for Santa Clarita Valley athletes.
There's one thing West Ranch has been lacking this season, and it almost came back to bite the Wildcats on Tuesday at Valencia High.
The Saugus Centurions boys basketball team knows its backs are up against the wall after a slow start to the Foothill League season.
When his team tied with the Hart Indians on Friday, Valencia Vikings girls soccer head coach Sean O'Connell said everyone would have to wait and see who blinked first.
The way the Valencia Vikings boys soccer team is playing defense these days, all they need is one goal.
If the Valencia Vikings girls basketball team needed a scare sometime in Foothill League play, it came on Tuesday.
West Ranch defensive lineman Jake Lambirth has verbally committed to play football for Cornell University.
The last time Valencia girls soccer won a Foothill League title, senior Lindsay Bos could only watch.
While the Valencia Vikings boys basketball team saw its undefeated start to the Foothill League season come to an end on Friday night, the girls team was doing just the opposite. Sandra Ikeora was dominant for the Vikings in a 67-42 victory over the rival Hart Indians, scoring 24 points and pulling down 12 rebounds, while teammate Kalia Summerlin added 18 points and dished out five assists. "(Ikeora's) the key. We've been telling her ...
With the Foothill League focused on a matchup of heavyweights, the Hart Indians and Valencia Vikings girls soccer programs battling it out to a 1-1 draw on Friday night, it might have been easy to miss just how crazy of an evening it was.
There's always that one moment when everything starts to click.
Saugus High School baseball player Nick Warren has committed to play baseball for Fresno State University, according to Saugus head coach John Maggiora.
Instead of practicing earlier this week, Saugus boys soccer held a team meeting following a third straight Foothill League loss.
The West Ranch Wildcats completed a season sweep through Foothill League play on Tuesday with a 3-1 win over the Valencia Vikings by scores of 22-25, 25-18, 25-17 and 26-24 at West Ranch High School.
The Foothill League was thrown a curve ball on Tuesday, and Valencia was one of the beneficiaries.
All the focus was on the track at Tuesday's Foothill League track and field prelims at Valencia High School. Qualifying heats were held for seven varsity events in both boys and girls on Tuesday, all of which were running events. Finals for the field events will be held on Friday at Valencia, along with the rest of the league finals. In the meantime, the stage has been set for some tight competition in multiple events ...
It's been a while, but on Thursday the Foothill League Finals boys meet is far from a sure thing.
Every team has to have its role players.
It was the bottom of the seventh inning.
If it appeared that the West Ranch Wildcats took the Golden Valley Grizzlies lightly to start the game, that message changed midway through the third inning.
It's almost as if the baseball gods wanted to test the Saugus Centurions.
The Valencia Vikings baseball team has lost five of their last seven Foothill League games.
There's hope at Golden Valley.
Two undefeated Foothill League track and field teams. One winner-take-all meet.
Holding a lead in the seventh inning against the Valencia Vikings is something the Saugus Centurions remember well.
West Ranch boys golfer Joey Downey would have really had to have a blow-up round on Wednesday at TPC Valencia in the sixth and final Foothill League match to not win the league's Most Valuable Player.