As a child, your potential seems limitless.
Daniel Lee is not an average 16-year-old.
A pair of local athletes pulled down prestigious honors in Reno, Nev. last week as Jasmine Hall and Ted Glasnow both won gold medals at the AAU West Coast Junior Olympics.
Ben Jarvis stood on the side of the pool.
They come from all over.
A million things go through an athlete's mind when his or her playing career faces mortality.
Do I keep trying to play? Do I give it up? What's next?
Monday's Los Angeles Marathon will be a triumph against athletic odds for many individuals, but there may be no group which represents the ability to overcome obstacles more than a team of handicapped people that are slated to finish the event thanks to the help of the Center of Rehabilitative Enhancement (C.O.R.E.) and Together Each Other Achieves More (T.E.A.M.) Rise Above.
On May 25 at 1 p.m, approximately 15 individuals who have sustained debilitating injuries will gather at Fifth Street and Flower Street and walk across the finish line at the Los ...
The Signal will soon provide local youth and adult sports leagues a new outlet for submitting and publishing their game results, news and photos in print and online in the Santa Clarita Valley's only daily newspaper and most-visited news Web site.
You can almost alter the saying to: "The family that referees together, stays together?"
It sounds right for one family, at least.
On a Friday night at the Powerhouse Gym in Santa Clarita, Marsalis Ellison is working up a sweat.
The 16-year-old student at Blair High School of Pasadena is practicing his footwork by executing the same crossover dribble and pull-up jumper until it becomes natural.
The Canyon Country U-12 girls soccer team became the first team at any level in the city's history to advance to the AYSO state finals by winning the 32 team, section 10 tournament in Bakersfield on Feb. 28 and March 1.
The Highlighters earned the right to head to Davis with three other regional representatives for the final four on March 28.
Since their first season in 2001-2002, the Western States Hockey League franchise in Valencia has not advanced past the first round of the Western Division playoffs.
Reality television might be coming to the Santa Clarita Valley's athletic scene.
Fifteen year-old Santa Clarita United Blazers striker Courtney Proctor continued playing beyond her years last week, scoring a goal for the United States U-17 team versus Germany during an exhibition in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
"This is only the beginning for her," said United Blazers head coach Clint Greenwood. "The evaluations from her coaches were very positive."
Youth rugby is no longer just a new fad in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The U-10 Santa Clarita Tigers took second place in the seventh Annual Invitational Youth Rugby Tournament in Fullerton in late January, and the U-12 team grabbed third place out of 12 teams in its tourney.