SCV boys’ volleyball season roundup 

The high school boys’ volleyball season officially wrapped up last weekend, concluding the longest local season ever.  West Ranch took down Valencia in the Division 4 title match, while also

2 Cowboys come home as state track champions 

It’s been 20 years since a single Canyon Cowboy returned home as a track and field state champion. However, Canyon welcomed home two champions this weekend after the state meet

Trinity seniors Jordan Hahn (left), Katelyn Waugh (center) and Emma Schaaf (right) pose after signing their national letters of intent on signing day. Photo Courtesy of Trinity Athletics.

Trinity sends off senior trio in signing day 

Trinity Classical Academy honored three exceptional Knights last week as the school hosted its spring signing day.  Emma Schaaf, Katelyn Waugh and Jordan Hahn all signed their letters of intent

Softball season roundup 

Softball in the Santa Clarita Valley is all wrapped up, with Valencia having repeated as Foothill League champions while nearly every other team saw program milestones.   Here are the 2024

Local track standouts head to state 

Over a dozen local athletes will be heading to the CIF track and field state meet this weekend after punching their tickets at the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet on

Golden Valley alum Ravenell a Raven 

Multiple injuries, playing in Division 2 football and a flip of his college staff could not stop Golden Valley alumnus Cameron “CJ” Ravenell from reaching his dreams.  Ravenell, a 6-foot,

Hart announces Brad Meza as new baseball coach 

Hart baseball will remain in familiar hands following longtime coach Jim Ozella’s retirement.  The school announced Ozella’s replacement, Brad Meza, on Monday in a press release, three days after the

Hart golf advances to state qualifier 

Hart Indians boys’ golf has been steady all year, so coach Steve Lindberg knew his guys were ready for the challenges of the postseason.  Hart finished eighth overall in the

Hart baseball on to QFs, beats Newport Harbor  

Hart baseball just keeps showing it can win tight games when it matters most.   The Indians (23-5) will return to the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals after beating the hosting Newport