The Santa Clarita Valley will have two host sites and two local prep teams competing in one of the state's most elite baseball tournaments this summer.
For Santa Clarita Christian, the 2012-2013 season can be boiled down to a few teams that carried the program this season.
Trinity Classical Academy finally picked up a plaque. But it wasn't the one the school was hoping for. After losing 47-40 to Rio Hondo Prep in the CIF-Southern Section Division VI championship game on March 2 in Santa Ana, the Knights collected the runner-up plaque. Their faces said it all. Dissatisfaction. For a sports program that has been building and building toward a CIF title, this was a hard pill to swallow. However, it marked ...
The sort of energy that was felt inside the West Ranch High gymnasium during January and February was unlike anything seen in the Santa Clarita Valley in recent years. With an electrifying basketball team on the court that featured two of the most talented players this valley has ever seen, West Ranch High was the place to be in the Santa Clarita Valley. It was a party every Tuesday and Friday inside a gym ...
At the end of the night there was only one Santa Clarita Valley team left standing at the Saugus Under the Lights tournament, and it was not the team many people were expecting.
It's starting to get redundant, but through the first day of the Saugus Under the Lights passing tournament, Hart High proved that it is the class of the Santa Clarita Valley seven-on-seven circuit.
Usually the Valencia High athletics story begins with what happens at the end of the school year.
The 2012-2013 season was a tale of two distinctly different themes for the Saugus High athletic program. As a whole, it was a season of unrealized potential, with a number of teams falling short of high preseason expectations. But none of that will be remembered when the archives are popped open in future years. That's because the highlight of the Saugus school year rests in three places: the cross country course, the track, and ...
The football, basketball, and baseball programs at many schools help define the overall success of the school year. On the first day of Hart High's 2012-13 school year, those sports had very real aspirations to win Foothill League championships and maybe more.
One of the Santa Clarita Valley's most creative offensive players ever has his first NCAA Division I offer.
If you scratch a little bit below the surface, what you'll find is a Golden Valley athletic program building some momentum.
For Canyon athletics, the 2012-2013 year was highlighted by a historic moment in each athletic season.
Santa Clarita Christian more than held its own with some of the top prep football programs in the Southern California
After the West Ranch Wildcats were eliminated from the postseason, Wildcats head coach Bob Shults didn't hold back his appreciation for shortstop Kylie Sorenson.
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Imagine how the Saugus Centurions football team felt?
PASO ROBLES - The Paso Robles High Bearcats held even with the Hart Indians for three quarters, but were outscored 21-0 in the fourth to fall 56-35 at War Memorial Stadium in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoffs.
ATASCADERO - The Saugus Centurions stunned the Pac-7 League champion Atascadero Greyhounds Friday in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoffs at Memorial Stadium.
Maybe the third time will be the charm for the Trinity Classical Academy football team.
With its quarterback on the sideline with an injury, the Canyon Cowboys sat first-and-goal from the West Torrance Warriors' 7-yard-line late in Friday night's CIF-Southern Section Northern Division first-round playoff clash at Canyon High School.
It's the old "the game was a lot closer than what the score indicated."
Both local CIF-Southern Section Northern Division playoff games will start at 7 p.m.
Hart High junior quarterback Brady White received a scholarship offer from Colorado State on Friday.
Of all things to cost the Valencia Vikings girls volleyball team, poor serving seemed like a long shot.
Golden Valley - the school that had little overall success in girls golf prior to last season - now has it's poster child for success.
In the face of elimination, the Santa Clarita Christian Cardinals girls volleyball team turned to its senior standout middle blocker, Allie Acosta.
It took 21 matches to happen, but the Hart Indians girls tennis team finally lost on Wednesday at Hart High School.
It didn't look pretty for the Foothill League champions in the opening round of the CIF-Southern Section Div. IA playoffs.
At least the Hart Indians girls volleyball team proved one thing on Tuesday night.
Albert Einstein Academy didn't simply win its first playoff match in school history.