Hart has never beaten Quartz Hill coach John Volk on its home field, but if the Rebels play like they did Tuesday, they won't lose many games anywhere.
The Valencia High baseball program donated nearly two dozen Christmas trees to needy families, a local firehouse and troops in Iraq.
The Valencia girls soccer team had its opportunities. Midway through the second half, the Vikings repeatedly rattled the Falcons' cage only to be turned away several times.
In cross country, often times the success of a program can be measured by its depth. By that yardstick, the Canyon High School boys cross country team was a hit Saturday, winning the Sweepstakes trophy at the Kenny Staub/John Barnes Invitational at Crescenta Valley Park.
A slight cough would not wilt a budding golf prodigy Tuesday at Woodley Lakes Golf Course in Van Nuys. In fact, neither age nor nothing else has halted Hart High freshman Kendall Dusenberry this Foothill League girls golf season.
If the No. 1-ranked Valencia girls tennis team has an Achilles heel, it could end up being its all-sophomore doubles pairs. Although very solid, powerful and fundamentally sound, at times the three doubles teams can be beat by even better tandems. The Vikings are No. 1 in the CIF-SS Division III tennis coaches' poll, which was released Monday.
In a thrilling four-set volleyball battle, Valencia defeated Saugus, 25-11, 17-25, 25-14, 25-20, on Tuesday at Valencia.
Saugus High quarterback Desi Rodriguez finished off his stellar career in grand fashion as he was given the top honor for Foothill League players. The All-Foothill League team was released Monday.
Above all else, Ryan Wolfe wants respect. Respect for himself as a great receiver. Respect for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas as a solid football program. Respect for the Runnin' Rebels as a perennial bowl threat. If the 2005 Hart graduate keeps playing like this, the rest of the Mountain West Conference will have no choice but to give it to him. Wolfe was named a first-team all-conference selection for the second time in ...
If the Saugus girls cross country team is known as a running juggernaut, what would Fayetteville-Manlius of New York be called? How about "targeted."
Reservations have been canceled. A fixture in CIF-Southern Section division title games since 1997, the Foothill League's run has ended.
Golden Valley cross country runner Seth Totten fought a losing battle Saturday morning in Walnut at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships. The junior fought the pain of a dislocated metatarsal in his right foot, but was unable to finish the five-kilometer Boys Seeded Race at Mt. San Antonio College.
Prep Football Notre Dame 52, Saugus 28 Great offense was not enough to slow down Notre Dame Prep Friday night as Saugus fell for the second week in a row. Despite outstanding performances by senior quarterback Desi Rodriguez and senior running back Ryan Zirbel, the Centurions fell 52-28 on the road against one of the toughest teams in the Southern Section. Rodriguez completed 15-of-26 passes for 149 yards and a touchdown and rushed 27 times ...
Santa Clarita Christian remained undefeated after another easy victory Friday night, this time bulldozing over Hesperia Christian. For the second week in a row, the Cardinals (4-0) dominated both sides of the ball in route to a 41-6 victory on the road.
With 38.1 seconds left in Golden Valley's first home football game ever, Camp Kilpatrick was 46 yards away from crashing the party.
With so many strong teams in the field, not much was expected from the Foothill League's three teams in the CIF-Northern Team Divisional at Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai.
The Golden Valley Grizzlies boys tennis team is in the playoffs for the first time in school history.
People used to tell Christy LeDuff that her son had a gift.
It sure looks like something's missing.
For the first time since March 27, the Canyon Cowboys baseball team sits alone in first place of the Foothill League.
Something didn't feel quite right about the Hart Indians being up six runs on the West Ranch Wildcats on Friday at West Ranch High.
The Foothill League boys tennis prelims is usually an event of little surprise.
This Foothill League continues to be the wackiest in one respect and the most competitive in another respect in recent memory.
The Canyon Cowboys have been involved in a lot of wild games in recent weeks in Foothill League play.
Not often in baseball does the winning team combine for less hits than the opposition, while also having its starting pitcher allow more earned runs than the losing team's starting pitcher.