Rookie driver R.J. Johnson of Canyon Country won his first career race Saturday night, in the King Taco
Former Hart pitcher Michael Montgomery, who was drafted No. 36 by the Kansas City Royals in June's Major League Baseball draft, was named the top prospect in the Arizona League by Baseball America.
An impromptu stop at an outlet center in Lake Elsinore led to the theft of an invaluable shotgun owned by four-time Olympian Kim Rhode.
Valencia baseball player Dylan Jones earned a scholarship to the University of Oregon.
Her brand new Olympic silver medal is bound to look like her two golds.
Maybe it was Muhammad Ali who started it, but boxing has gone with braggadocios as much as peanut butter has gone with jelly.
Add another accolade to Michael Montgomery's résumé.
After qualifying first and starting sixth Saturday night, Valencia race truck driver Connor Cantrell finished seventh at Irwindale Speedway.
BEIJING - American racers Mike Day and Kyle Bennett gave the crowd a great introduction to the sport, with Day winning the time trial and each of his three quarterfinal heats and Bennett advancing but also dislocating his left shoulder in a wreck on his final heat.
BEIJING (AP) - One more for gold. One more before goodbye.
By Roman Veytsman
After the teaming of the success of DeLong Racing with the resources of Tri-Signal Integration, 20-year-old Rich DeLong III is having the best year of his four-year racing career.
Even though he did not win Saturday's King Taco Super Trucks race at Toyota Irwindale Speedway, Connor Cantrell worked for every foot, mile-per-hour and place he earned.
As Jordan Danny's plane landed in Omaha, Neb. on July 4 for the U.S. Olympic swim trials, rain clouds hovered.
NEW YORK - Tuesday became Wednesday in New York City.
Former Saugus High School and University of Virginia standout Shasta Fisher was selected 29th overall by the Washington Spirit of the National Women's Soccer League, and will now head to the nation's capital to continue her accomplished career.
Valencia graduate Shane Vereen highlights a group of three players with Santa Clarita Valley ties who are connected with NFL teams still alive in the playoffs.