Conventional wisdom holds that basketball teams play better at home than on the road.
The good news is 10 local basketball teams made the CIF-Southern Section postseason.
Coming into the season, Canyon girls soccer's defense was decimated by graduation losses.
We're having the same debate that a lot of others are having.
It has been two years since Santa Clarita Christian basketball player Davion Cotterell moved to the United States from the Cayman Islands, and life continues to take its turns.
Last season, the Saugus girls soccer team won the CIF-Southern Section Division II championship but failed to win the Foothill League.
Foothill League boys and girls basketball had surprises this season.
After clinching a share of the Foothill League championship Tuesday, Canyon boys soccer head coach Khris Savage said the Cowboys didn't want to share it.
Canyon boys basketball got the win it needed, but not the results it hoped for in a 68-60 win over West Ranch on the road Thursday.
The Cowboys were hoping that both Golden Valley and Valencia would lose Thursday, which would have given Canyon a shot at a three-way Foothill League championship.
It's the only one of its kind, and earlier this week, Golden Valley High School's only Foothill League championship plaque was brought into the boys basketball team's locker room as a gentle reminder.
Thursday's first half was an emphatic punctuation mark on how Valencia has played the last six games.
The senior classes for West Ranch and Canyon have seen their share of turmoil.
From the first day of practice, Saugus girls soccer has held the mantle of team-to-beat.
With only one game left in the regular season, "clinch" is officially the word of the day.
Nothing was going to stand in the way of Valencia's Foothill League championship hopes on Tuesday.
Frank and Jesse Lonsinger had been looking for a trip to take for a while.
Editor's note: Today marks the second in a series in which we recognize athletes at the local high schools who represent their respective schools not so much by what they do on the field, but off of it. We call them "More than an athlete."
Editor's note: Today marks the beginning of a series in which we recognize athletes at the local high schools who represent their respective schools not so much by what they do on the field, but off of it. We call them "More than an athlete."
Though Foothill League football teams appear to be competing in a more difficult playoff division, one California football expert says that doesn't mean another championship is out of the question.
Jeff Gilkey is stepping down as co-head coach of Valencia High School's cross country and track and field programs, he confirmed last week.
It's not as if the 2014 track and field season didn't have it's highlight moments and admirable performances.
Now that the 2014 season is officially over at both the high school and college levels, let's take a look at the highlights and a predictions for the 2015 season.
It won't go down as a day of outright glory for two local athletes.
With current and former players getting into the mix, Saturday was a big day for the College of the Canyons baseball program.
Nathan Bultman had to wait all day for his event to start.
The dates have been announced for the third annual Foothill Invitational girls volleyball tournament coming up this summer in the Santa Clarita Valley.
In a season of change, Valencia High School made another big shift on Friday by relieving longtime boys head basketball coach Rocket Collins of his duties.
One said it was a crazy day. The other said it was a long day.
The Canyon High boys tennis team will have yet another new coach starting in the 2015 season.
Valencia High graduate Alison Lee is in St. Louis today representing the United States for the 2014 Curtis Cup - a biannual event pitting the U.S. team, made up of the best amateur females in the country, against the Great Britain and Ireland teams.