Golden Valley welcomes veteran Ronald Allen as new girls’ basketball coach 

News release  Golden Valley High School has announced the appointment of Ronald Allen as the new head coach of the Lady Grizzlies girls’ basketball team.   Born and raised in the Los Angeles, Allen’s journey in the sport began on the courts of Artesia High School, where he honed his skills. His dpassion for the game led him to the University of

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,

Joshua Clark. Courtesy photo.

After redshirt year, COC athlete keeps going 

News release  College of the Canyons football student-athlete Joshua Clark knows a thing or two about stepping up.   Clark, who is graduating from the college on May 31 with a

SCV alums light up COC and LA Mission baseball 

Over 30 Santa Clarita Valley alumni took the field last week in the College of the Canyons baseball home matchup with the LA Mission Eagles.  Twenty-nine former Foothill League stars

COC softball shuts out AVC  

College of the Canyons pitcher Nichole Muro came in clutch on Tuesday looking for her first shutout of the season.  Muro was key in the Cougars’ 4-0 win over the

Gillespie memorialized at COC 

College of the Canyons assistant baseball coach Len Mohney took to the podium and spoke about the late great coach Mike Gillespie.   “I once heard a person dies twice,” Mohney

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The Cube hosting West Coast Hockey Conference playoffs

Compiled from news releases  The Cube is scheduled this week to host the four-day playoffs for the West Coast Hockey Conference, featuring 10 different universities from across California and Arizona —

COC women’s basketball beats West LA  

 After a monster first half from point guard Aaliyah Garcia, College of the Canyons women’s basketball needed its other stars to shine.  Garcia was hounded with double and triple teams

Canyons guard Aaliyah Garcia drives to the basket against Palomar forward Dayvis Key. Habeba Mostafa / The Signal

COC women’s hoops takes down Palomar 

College of the Canyons women’s basketball had its hands full in Friday’s non-conference matchup with the visiting Palomar Comets.  Palomar had the better record, more size and stronger numbers but

Jonah El-Farra (42) of College of the Canyons drives over Mt. San Antonio College defender Nick Hopkins (10) in the first half at College of the Canyons on Friday, 122923. Dan Watson/The Signal

Canyons hoops drops Holiday Classic finals game 

College of the Canyons men’s basketball was knocked back into the loss column after dropping the Cougar Holiday Classic championship game to the Mount San Antonio College Mounties on Friday. 

Hart alumna wins NCAA soccer championship 

Hart High alumna Jensen Shrout and Point Loma Sea Lions women’s soccer had one of the most remarkable NCAA Division 2 women’s soccer tournaments in recent years.  The Sea Lions

COC hoops comeback falls short against Cypress 

College of the Canyons men’s basketball fell just short in its home non-league loss to the Cypress College Chargers.  Cypress won the game, 66-61, after holding off multiple big runs