It's almost as if there was a sense of peace for Jeff Hallman this season. Now the ex-head coach of the Saugus High boys basketball team, the 49-year-old, as expected, downplays it. The assumption, though, comes from appearance and sound. Hallman, who resigned as Centurions head coach Tuesday, paced the sidelines in 2007-08 with a greater amount of calm. Smiles were more abundant and positivity more prevalent. Not that they all weren't there before, but ...
The boss got two weeks notice. You readerfolk unfortunately are going to have to settle for three days.
Richard Nixon, without even giving two-weeks notice, quit his job as United States president in 1974.
In the last two years, the Santa Clarita Valley has become more familiar with the sport of cycling due to the Amgen Tour of California's stops here.
Four rings, then a voice message. "Hi, you've reached Sean. Leave me a message, I'll get back to you as soon as I can." It's been a common occurrence this boys basketball season. Call West Ranch head coach Sean LeGaux, get four rings and a voice mail. It's either him being understandably busy or him brushing off the phone call. If it's the latter, it's also understandable. LeGaux hasn't been too happy with us. We've ...
Soccer parents of the Santa Clarita Valley, it's time you and I had a little chat. Sometimes your behavior at your kids' games is ... Ridiculous? Disturbing? Over the top? Most of it falls somewhere in there. Before we go any further, I'll give you full disclosure here: I played for a Gold-level club team, and I was a three-year varsity player in high school. Two of those years I was the starting sweeper. Not ...
There were times during the 2007-08 basketball season that referees would walk up to fourth-year Canyon head freshman coach John Williams, look at his team and ask: "Is this all you've got?"
As you can probably tell from my photo, I'm 5-foot-10. An inch or so taller if I'm wearing shoes.
In a couple of months, parking spots around the Hart High School campus are going to become hard to come by.
Goodbye, Augusta National.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - If you're tiring of Tiger Woods and The Masters controversy that seems to swirl around him like the winds of Amen Corner, try some Brandt Snedeker.
If Thursday was a birdie-fest, Friday struck Augusta National like an angry cat.
When you come to Augusta National for the week of The Masters, there are virtual certainties.
It's time to confess. I love predictions. For whatever reason, reading opinions on why a future outcome will happen based on convoluted thoughts fascinates me.
I write you from Amen Corner.
AUGUSTA, Ga. - It's like Augusta National got a shoulder rub.
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