When the Boys & Girls Club of Venice Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) team won the Junior RBI World Series at Minneapolis' Target Field last Thursday, a little bit of Santa Clarita was part of it.
Originally under the umbrella of the crosstown Santa Clarita Youth Sports Association Wildcats, the SCYSA Grizzles youth football program broke away to become an independent team about three years ago.
The Canyon Country Outlaws are in the process of rebranding.
The Santa Clarita Youth Sports Association Wildcats began eight years ago as an organization with one main goal - to make the game of football both fun and safer for the valley's youth.
The oldest youth football program in the Santa Clarita Valley, the Santa Clarita Valley Athletic Association Warriors, is entering its 47th year of existence.
The Santa Clarita Vikings dared to be different.
The emergence of the Spartan football program sprung up from the roots of another local program.
Canyons Aquatics Swim Club, based in Valencia, will host an Open Water Junior Olympics event at Castaic Lake on Monday.
If you've ever flipped to ESPN during an afternoon in August, it's likely you've come across the Little League World Series, held each year in Williamsport, Pa.
Even some of the coaches and parents in the community didn't realize a state championship existed for the American Youth Soccer Organization.
In girls U10 play this weekend the Black Ninjas beat the Green Dragons 3-0. Goals were scored by Isabelle, Hannah & Cassidy. Desiree & Camille provided strong defense.
The Bantam Redskins won over the Palmdale Falcons in a great game on Oct. 27. The Redskins won 38-22. The team played incredible and really rallied around each other in the wake of a couple of injuries.
Monticello Preparatory School's Golf team took first place in The Santa Clarita Valley Private Schools League Annual Fall Golf Tournament.
Learning to ice skate and play hockey can be a difficult process for anybody, but imagine going through that process with a developmental disability.
Joe Iannolo can't play baseball with his son anymore.
The west side of the Santa Clarita Valley will once again have Little League baseball in 2015.
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