It's quite common to hear an athlete talk about how much she loves the sport she plays.
The coaching staff at Saugus just kept waiting for it to happen. There he was, well over 6 feet tall by the time was a freshman in high school. He came from an athletic and supportive family. He was a hard worker, had good grades, the whole kit and caboodle. Saugus senior Jacob Dawe had the perfect makeup of a good basketball player all along, and his coaches knew it was only a matter of ...
Canyon High senior Drew Wolitarsky, a record-breaking wide receiver, made his official verbal commitment to the University of Minnesota on Sunday evening, his father John confirmed.
If Friday night proved anything, it was that no one has any idea how things are going to turn out in the `Foothill League's four winter sports.
Golden Valley running back Leon Jacobs verbally committed to the University of Wisconsin while on an official visit to the school Saturday, he confirmed to The Signal.
Valencia Vikings boys basketball is a team that preaches chemistry and playing team ball.
The Canyon Cowboys girls basketball team began the second half of the Foothill League season in the best possible way, running through an overmatched Golden Valley Grizzlies squad in a 78-28 blowout win on Friday night at Canyon.
In a game that was largely emotional and at times downright chaotic, Canyon Cowboys boys basketball did the little things that the Golden Valley Grizzlies couldn't, winning 56-43 on Friday night at Canyon High behind a number of critical free throws down the stretch.
West Ranch Wildcats girls basketball almost gave the Hart Indians their biggest win in two years.
There's nothing like beating your league rival to heal all the wounds of a painful loss earlier in the week.
The Valencia Vikings girls soccer program has made it clear that it's goal is to win the Foothill League.
We'll never know who's better head-to-head this season - Hart Indians boys basketball or the West Ranch Wildcats.
Every Valencia girls basketball game since the winter of 2009, there has been an antithesis in the gymnasium.
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.
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.
Decisions, decisions, decisions and decisions.