The local Pikes competitive team posted outstanding scores and brought home a first-place Level 4 team award in the first-ever competitive meet hosted by Gymnastics Unlimited.
The Santa Clarita Valley got a look at the future of its football programs on Saturday afternoon, and the future looks bright.
Three local teams won titles as the 2008 Pacific Youth Football League Super Bowl was held at Cougar Stadium on the campus of College of the Canyons.
Between the high school and college programs around the area, the Santa Clarita Valley has seen a lot of success in sports.
Special Olympics-Santa Clarita and Velocity Sports Performance hosted the inaugural Corporate Combine Challenge to raise funds for SCV Athletes Sunday. Four teams made up of locals were challenged in four events - 40-yard dash, 5-10-5 Pro Agility Shuttle, Powerball Throw, and vertical jump - in front of NFL coaches and scouts.
Two former teammates from the 2006 State Champion Canyon football team faced off on Saturday.
Hart Alumni 2008 Basketball Game
College Women's Volleyball
2008 Canyon Basketball Hall of Fame
In a move that is no surprise, Saugus football pulled ahead of Valencia in the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division polls after its 31-24 win on Friday.
Nearly two dozen members of the local Pikes competitive gymnastics team have qualified to compete in the state gymnastics meet after posting outstanding scores in the Southern California Sectionals meet in Ventura on Oct. 25-26.
A new quarterback will be at the helm of one of the top community college football teams in the country.
Five feet away is not a safe distance.
As you all know by now, I had a pretty good week last week.
A flag football league for special needs athletes has been a big hit for local youth players.