Problems. That's what College of the Canyons wide receiver Mario Wright and defensive back Josh Gibbs present to opponents.
At a party in the Santa Clarita Valley and at a college some 3,000 miles plus away, two discussions mirrored each other.
With the opening kickoff of the college football season on the horizon, many local products are getting ready to hit the gridiron.
The first football game for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, isn't until Sept. 5, but already 2005 Hart High graduate and senior Rebel wide receiver Ryan Wolfe is raking in honors.
Saugus graduate Nick Delio shot a 2-under 69 Sunday to finish tied for eighth at the Southern California Golf Association Amateur Championship at Wilshire Country Club.
Tiffany Huff's offseason has been about recovery.
On Nov. 7, Michael Herrick will finally realize his dream.
When The Master's College men's basketball team loses players such as Ryan Zamroz, Jeremy Haggerty and Matt Sowa, people take notice.
The College of the Canyons always has high expectations.
The sign on the office door reads: "Cougar Strength, Championships Start Here."
Umpiring has been a passion of Chuck Lyon's since he was in junior high school when he first learned the ins and outs of calling a game.
Back then it was more about finding a way to earn a few extra dollars over the summer, but Lyon has stayed in blue ever since, climbing the ranks from Little League to high school to Community College and all the way through the college levels.
It appears that more awards are in order.
It was almost indescribable.
On Thursday at 8 p.m. in Oklahoma City, Okla., Saugus graduate and University of Arizona sophomore second baseman Victoria Kemp took the field for the Wildcats against the Florida Gators to begin the 2009 Women's College World Series.
There was almost a bitterness in his voice.
Valencia High graduate Madison Shipman may have already begun her professional softball career with the USSSA Pride, but that hasn't stopped others from continuing to award her collegiate excellence.
Valencia graduate Alison Lee helped the United States claim the Curtis Cup victory Sunday, beating Great Britain and Ireland at St. Louis Country Club.