Valencia boys basketball was away from the Santa Clarita Valley in the preleague season just long enough for people to forget about it.
It doesn't seem to matter how opponents try to game plan against West Ranch boys basketball.
Canyon girls basketball has been the best team in the Foothill League over the last three-plus seasons and this year the Cowboys are again a title favorite.
For a few brief minutes, West Ranch boys soccer was pushed. The Wildcats didn't let it get to them though, which is part of the reason they've started off Foothill League play so well. Senior Wade McMillon recorded a hat trick, including two insurance goals late, to help West Ranch pull away from Saugus 5-2 on Tuesday at West Ranch High School. "I think we still have work to do," McMillon said of his team's ...
And the roll continues. After entering Tuesday's tilt with Golden Valley on an eight game winning streak, the Hart girls soccer team won its ninth game in a row, 3-0, over the Grizzlies at Hart High. The Indians controlled the field for much of the contest, with Golden Valley playing a defensive-minded style. Hart (9-2-5 overall, 3-0 Foothill League) pressured from the start, breaking through in the 24th minute on a header by Michaela Rickard ...
Led by Lewis Stallworth's 21 points, Hart defeated Golden Valley 74-64 in a hard fought and competitive game Tuesday at Golden Valley High.
From her New York City room, 2012 All-Santa Clarita Valley and Foothill League player of the year Megan Dawe can remember the faces she made.
The Foothill League was filled with potent offenses in football this season, and the CIF voters took notice.
When he was a freshman, Jesus Fernandez remembers his coach yelling at him for passing the soccer ball backward.
One by one, Valencia boys soccer head coach Tony Scalercio peeled off nearly all layers of winter clothing.
In a game that went down to the final seconds, Valencia fought off a pesky Golden Valley team and pulled out a 65-61 victory Friday at Valencia High.
The West Ranch girls soccer team did almost everything right during the first half on Friday afternoon.
A lot of things had to go right for Canyon boys basketball to defeat West Ranch on Friday night at Canyon High.
West Ranch power forward Hannah Green single-handedly makes the Wildcats a defensive team and Canyon girls basketball knew she was coming.
With one of its top scorers, Lewis Stallworth, lying on the ground holding his ankle, and down nine points on the road to Saugus, the Hart High boys basketball team wasn't willing to roll over.
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.
Hart and Valencia boys tennis both took care of business on Thursday.
After suffering a heart-breaking loss to West Ranch in the previous match, the Hart Indians boys volleyball beat the Saugus Centurions 3-0 Thursday at Hart High School.
What was supposed to be a significant battle between the reigning champion Hart boys and up-and-coming Valencia turned out to be on the anticlimactic side.