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2013-14 SCCS Year in Review

Posted: July 1, 2014 10:47 p.m.
Updated: July 1, 2014 10:47 p.m.

Santa Clarita Christian softball/volleyball/soccer player Kimberly Curry is the school's Female Athlete of the Year.

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The Santa Clarita Christian School athletic programs have been on the rise in the last few years and the 2013-2014 season might have been the best so far.

Multiple teams made deep runs into the postseason, some going the furthest they’ve ever been.

The boys basketball team made it to the CIF-Southern Section Division VA Championship, its first in school history.

The Heritage League champs may have lost to Renaissance Academy 58-32 in the title game, but their 21 wins this season was a new high for the program. And their second-round appearance in the CIF State Division V playoffs was another program first.

SCCS Male Athlete of the Year Kamron Carroll was named the to the All-CIF Division VA first team and was also Heritage League co-MVP.

The Cardinals’ head coach James Mosley was named the Heritage League Coach of the Year and Phillip Webb, Masyn Parker and Chris Collins were all named to the All-Heritage League first team.

The girls soccer team achieved another school first this year, making it to their first CIF-SS Division VII playoff semifinal. Junior Lauren Gallagher was named the Liberty League co-MVP after leading the Southern Section with 46 goals and 117 points.

And the last and probably most exciting first from SCCS was the inaugural season from the school’s swim team.

Freshman Victoria Kirshner won the CIF-SS Division IV championship in the 100-yard backstroke with a time of 59.57 seconds and came in second in the 100 freestyle.

The Cardinals’ baseball team also made a deep run into the postseason this year, making it into the CIF-SS Division VII quarterfinal before losing 10-7 to Riverside Prep.

Head coach Garrick Moss was named the Heritage League Coach of the Year, freshman Noah Dent was an All-CIF Division VII first team selection and the Heritage League’s MVP.

The team went a perfect 9-0 in league play and finished 20-2 overall. The Cardinals were heavy with underclassmen and had only one senior so, with most of the team coming back next year, the Cardinals are primed to make another deep playoff run.

The SCCS softball team was nearly as dominant, going 8-0 in league play and making it to the wild-card round of the CIF-SS Division VII playoffs.

Sophomore pitcher Shelby Boswell won her All-Heritage League MVP honors on top of being named to the All-CIF Division VII first team.

The girls volleyball team went 6-0 in Heritage League play and claimed a league title before making it to the CIF-SS Division VAA quarterfinals and falling 3-2 to Mammoth.

Female Athlete of the Year Kimberly Curry was named to the All-Heritage League first team and joined by Alli Acosta.

Kylie Brown was named the Heritage League Player of the Year and head coach Darcy Brown was the coach of the Year.

The team finished 14-5-1 overall.

The football team also made a quick postseason appearance in its third year as an 11-man football team, losing in the first round of the CIF-SS Northeast Division 49-12 to Mission Prep.

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