Just two years into her high school golf career, Hart's Amanda Corr has gone through two year-end battles.
A trio of Hart girls, still relying on each other for motivation, and one Saugus golfer advanced to the next round of the CIF-Southern Section girls golf playoffs after shooting qualifying scores Monday at Soule Park Golf Club in Ojai at the Northern Individual Regional.
Amanda Corr, Nikki Prichard and Kendall Dusenberry of Hart and Tiara Wells of Saugus will all compete in Thursday's CIF-Southern Section Individual Final and WSCGA Qualifier - the second of a five-part individual playoffs that ends at the State Championship Nov. 18.
Shelby LeDuff isn't a follower.
Shelby LeDuff is a leader.
An act of Providence took away just enough steam out of the Santa Clarita Christian football team Saturday against the No. 1 eight-man team in the country, Faith Baptist in Canoga Park.
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Seth Totten hates pink.The ribbon that holds his state medal is pink.
Upon arrival from Oregon, Kaylin Mahoney made her way off the flight and through the airport in a wheelchair.
"Today I know what real strength is…and it has little to do with my muscles. Rather, it is all about my mental strength. Your body can be weak and broken down while your mind is still sharp in what you think, feel, and believe." – David Stroud in his college application essay
As the clocked ticked down and the horn sounded, Valencia fans rushed onto the field in celebration, shouting expletives at the Hart crowd.
Three times, Canyon quarterback Jordan Adamczyk found the same receiving target for touchdowns -
On Halloween night, the only thing scarier than the holiday itself was the play of the Centurions.
Saugus devastated Golden Valley Friday night on the campus of College of the Canyons, improving its league record to 3-0 by a score of 42-7.
There are 317 runners who all have the same opportunity Sunday in the Santa Clarita Marathon in Valencia.
The chance is big - qualify for this year's Boston Marathon.
In the brief history of West Ranch tennis, including the past three seasons in the Foothill League, the Wildcats had never finished above third place.
Valencia (6-1, 2-0) vs. Hart (3-4, 1-1)
There has been little doubt this girls golf season as to where the top spots from the Foothill League would come from - be it team or individual.
Somehow, after five drama-filled chaotic weeks, we have arrived at the conclusion of another Foothill League winter season.
The Canyon High Cowboys entered Tuesday night's game as favorites over Saugus.
The seniors for the West Ranch Wildcats basketball team made their senior night one to remember.
The Valencia girls basketball team took a beating on Friday against Canyon and took some late hits from Hart on Tuesday, as the game got physical late.
When Hart girls soccer player Sophie Cortes retrieved the ball for teammate Destinney Duron, she gave her a look.
Across the past three years, the Hart High boys soccer team could easily be considered the Foothill League's best team never to win a league title.
Things weren't always this rosy at Hart High School.
The Hart Indians baseball program will hold its annual alumni game this Saturday, and as part of the festivities will induct its latest class to the Hart Baseball Wall of Fame.
Niko Nuyda was there when Canyon soccer was a powerhouse in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Quietly, one of the best rivalries in Santa Clarita Valley sports has been building up for years.
Fair and even competition brings out the best in everyone, but it's taken for granted how hard it is to plan accordingly at the high school level.
Sophie Cortes is hard to spot when the Hart Indians girls soccer team takes the field.
This is West Ranch's M.O. this year, and more often than not the Wildcats are winning because or in spite of it.
It was a completely different game than last time.
On Friday, Hart boys soccer played like a team that wanted to make sure no one could catch up in the Foothill League.