It's hard to call the high school careers of Alia McCoy and Jaya Schultz anything else.
The Saugus Centurions girls basketball team may have led for nearly the entire night, but it sure bided its time before closing the door on the visiting Golden Valley Grizzlies.
One by one, as West Ranch Wildcats seniors exited the game late in the fourth quarter at West Ranch High, they kissed the school logo at center court.
When McKinley Kane showed up to Thursday's girls soccer match between her Hart Indians and the host Canyon Cowboys, she was surprised when Hart head coach Justin Lundin told her she was ineligible to play because she had reportedly missed a class earlier in the day.
Saugus knew it couldn't afford an upset-loss to Golden Valley on Thursday afternoon if it had any hopes of making the postseason.
The Hart Indians came into Foothill League play as the hottest team in boys soccer.
With as rich of an athletic history as the Valencia Vikings have had in so many other sports, somehow a Foothill League boys soccer championship has eluded the program all this time.
It's no secret Golden Valley Grizzlies girls soccer has struggled over the years. Multiple coaches, multiple losing seasons and only last place finishes. Slowly, though, things are starting to change. And it's being done with girls like senior Gabby Lopez, a four-year varsity player who has continually taken one for the team. "She was one of the players as soon as we got going, I looked at her and said I can work around her, ...
Valencia High senior safety and four-year varsity starter Tedric Thompson decided not to go to the school where his brother and friend play.
For the Valencia Vikings and Canyon Cowboys girls basketball teams, it's simple. If each team wins it splits the Foothill League title.
It all comes down to this. With one game remaining in the Foothill League boys soccer season, the Valencia Vikings and West Ranch Wildcats remain separated by a single point. Both teams missed an opportunity on Tuesday, with West Ranch drawing 1-1 with the Golden Valley Grizzlies and Valencia drawing 1-1 with the Hart Indians. As a result, West Ranch enters today's matchup with 22 points to the Vikings' 21. The two teams play today ...
Hart High baseball will honor former stars Steve Susdorf, class of 2004, and Jason Edwards, class of 1989, at its annual alumni game on Saturday.
Valencia High senior safety and four-year varsity starter Tedric Thompson confirmed to The Signal this morning that he has accepted a scholarship offer from the University of Colorado.
Golden Valley Grizzlies boys soccer didn't get a lot of breaks to go its way this season.
In a way, one could say Canyon Cowboys boys basketball shot itself in the foot on Tuesday night by not taking advantage of second chances.
The Hart Indians had to do something to stop the oncoming locomotive that is Valencia Vikings boys tennis.
The Saugus Centurions looked determined to put the West Ranch Wildcats title celebration on hold for at least one more game.
Former Hart High pitcher Zachary Hanks has officially committed to play baseball at New Mexico State University next season. The senior will receive a scholarship to play for the college.
Saugus High senior and Canyons aquatics swimmer Tara Olson will continue her swimming career in college next season.
Veteran Santa Clarita Valley basketball coach Greg Hayes' scheduled return trip to North Korea this summer has been canceled, he told The Signal this week.
Five years, 133 games, 486 runs.
For the second time in a week, a West Ranch baseball player has committed to Sonoma State University.
On March 21, James Chevious experienced his first Foothill League win as a Golden Valley Grizzly.
If you find yourself in first place of the Foothill League, take note.
A sign of a good team is its ability to withstand adversity.
After watching Valencia's top starting pitcher J.D. Busfield pitch the Vikings back into a share of first place in the Foothill League standings on Wednesday, it was time for West Ranch's ace to respond.
Entering the final event of the day, the Golden Valley boys track and field team trailed Canyon by five points and needed a win in the 4x400-meter relay to salvage a tie.
It's been a rough start to Foothill League play for the preleague favorite Saugus Centurions, who entered Thursday's game with the Canyon Cowboys at 1-2 in league.