The playoff race for the Foothill League may begin to come into focus on Monday.
Valencia boys basketball raced out to 10-point lead and didn't look back in the Vikings' 65-51 win Friday at Hart.
It was looking like a blowout, and then the Hart girls basketball team fought its way back.
With one team looking to regain momentum and another playing milestone soccer, a game between the two squads promised fireworks.
Canyon boys soccer head coach Khris Savage said the best team he's ever coached scored 17 goals in league and gave up only nine.
Golden Valley and Canyon boys basketball won't play again this season, as the teams are in different playoff divisions.
Saugus felt like it played scared in its last game - a big loss to Valencia.
Sports Illustrated was just the beginning.
Her first reaction was: "Really?"
Ralph Anumba was the first in his family to pick up a basketball and play at Valencia. Freshman Jennifer Anumba is the latest Viking from the Anumba bunch, but maybe not the last.
Now we can start to assess things.
The Santa Clarita Valley is becoming a recruiting hot spot for military academies.
Twin brothers Brian and Paul Nnaoji may look alike. They may play basketball for Canyon High School.
In what felt like a third period of a soccer game, the Saugus boys soccer team played with a sense of urgency in stoppage play that was seldom seen in the game's previous 80 minutes.
Valencia guard Lonnie Jackson spent last week frustrated by physical defense and a pair of Foothill League losses.
The accolades keep rolling in for the nation's fastest high school swimmer.
The Saugus athletics program has finally been dethroned.
It's comical to look back at what the outside world thought of Saugus boys cross country in late September.
There is a pattern to past Signal Male Athletes of the Year.
When The Signal first heard about Saugus swimmer Abbey Weitzeil, the young swimmer was barely a freshman.
Valencia High School baseball player Devin Davis got to go deep at a Major League Baseball stadium.
This was the best coached year in the last decade in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The best way to explain how an athlete can qualify as exciting is to define the term - and not simply in a dictionary sense.
It didn't take long to see something special was happening.
We've spent the last two weeks bringing you up to speed on the high, lows, and everything in between of the 2013-2014 athletic year in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The 2013-14 year was an exicting one for West Ranch marked by great individual and team performances.
It's become expected of Valencia athletics to stand among the top of the Santa Clarita Valley.
The school year may be officially over, but the awards continue to trickle in.
It may have been a bit of a down year for Saugus overall, but that doesn't mean the Centurions didn't have a good 2013-2014 year.
The evil empire is back.