Brothers lead West Ranch girls soccer from sideline
From left, West Ranch High girls soccer head coach Eric White and assistant coach Jared White are set for the start of Foothill League play. PHOTO BY Cory Rubin/The Signal

Brothers lead West Ranch girls soccer from sideline

Sibling rivalry is a tale as old as time. It’s a battle to be better than the other, but at West Ranch High, the story is quite the opposite on the pitch.

Grizzlies soccer looks to raise the bar
Golden Valley sophomore forward Jacob Davila battles a defender in a matchup with Golden Valley of Bakersfield at home. PHOTO BY CORY RUBIN / THE SIGNAL

Grizzlies soccer looks to raise the bar

The Golden Valley boys soccer team has endured a long history of losing seasons for a little more than a decade.

Taufaasau family looks to create Cowboy legacy
Canyon’s Kiki Taufaasau (3) holds on as Hart teammates Allycia Norton (22) and Leila Uribe (23) go after the ball at Hart High. She’s one of three sisters who all plan to play hoops at Canyon High. PHOTO BY DAN WATSON / THE SIGNAL

Taufaasau family looks to create Cowboy legacy

When Talia, Kiki and Aly Taufaasau were kids, they shared a joke with their dad that they had microscopic basketballs floating in their blood.

Receivers catching on quickly at West Ranch
West Ranch’s Brandon Wyre (left) and Canyon’s Reno Sifuentes fight for a pass. PHOTO BY DAN WATSON / THE SIGNAL

Receivers catching on quickly at West Ranch

West Ranch High School football set a new precedent last season, reaching the second round of the CIF-Southern Section postseason for the first time in program history.

Trinity climbs way to contender
The Trinity Classical Academy girls volleyball team celebrates a five-game win of Bishop Diego in the CIF-Southern Section Division 8 quarterfinals to advance to the program’s first-ever semifinals match. PHOTO COURTESY TRINITY CLASSICAL ACADEMY

Trinity climbs way to contender

Since taking over the Trinity Classical Academy girls volleyball program in 2016, head coach Rebecca Peluffo has cultivated a winning culture at Trinity. Centered around a philosophy of players who play for each other, the strategy has paid dividends in recent years.

Tennis roots run deep for West Ranch’s Jordyn McBride
Three-time Foothill League tennis singles champ Jordyn McBride finished her four-year varsity career at West Ranch without having ever lost a set in regular-season play. PHOTO BY DAN WATSON / THE SIGNAL

Tennis roots run deep for West Ranch’s Jordyn McBride

Since she was 18 months old, Jordyn McBride was surrounded by tennis. With a mother and a father who are both tennis coaches and an older brother who plays the sport, it was nearly unavoidable.

Rivalry sets stage for Foothill League finish
Valencia senior Jake Santos runs the ball in a Foothill League matchup with Hart at Cougar Stadium Friday night. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Rivalry sets stage for Foothill League finish

Valencia is going for its 11th straight Foothill League title and at the start of the season, it seemed like the only team standing in its way was Hart, a group led by quarterback and University of California, Berkeley, commit Zach Johnson.

Vikings, Wildcats continue tennis rivalry at the top
Valencia's Sydney Thay returns a volley in a Foothill League matchup with Hart at Valencia High School Tuesday afternoon. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Vikings, Wildcats continue tennis rivalry at the top

The Foothill League is loaded with talented girls tennis players this year, but the race to the top of the standings figures to once again be between West Ranch and Valencia.

A season of firsts in Castaic
Castaic High’s freshman football team is enjoying the ups and downs that come with starting a new program from scratch. Cory Rubin

A season of firsts in Castaic

While Santa Clarita Valley high school varsity football teams are halfway through the preleague schedule, a new freshman team is enjoying a season of firsts.

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