Category: Sports

Sports / by Matt Robinson -

Canyon, Hart, Valencia show offensive power

The Canyon Cowboys and Burbank Bulldogs brought some nostalgia back to the Santa Clarita Valley in an original Foothill League matchup.

Canyon got off to a fast start as they scored on their third play from scrimmage on an Isreal Cabrera 50 yd catch and run to make it 7-0 Canyon.

Sports / by Cougar News Contributor -

The man behind Top Out Climbing Gym

Howard, or “Howie,” as he’s affectionately known around the gym, has single handedly brought together a community of climbers within Santa Clarita. He’s based his entire management of the gym around it’s slogan, “Where Climbing and Community Come Together,” and it’s clear that Top Out has a special way of bringing people together because, in just one year, it’s membership has grown to more than 400 climbers.

Sports / by Felisa Cardenas -

Spotlight: Michael Hamilton

After suffering a rotator cuff tear in his right shoulder, Santa Clarita native Michael Hamilton decided to change his dream of pursuing pro-baseball for becoming a deputy in the Sheriff’s…

Feature / by CJ Schmid -

Special Olympics to have two Santa Clarita athletes in USA Games

28 year-old Blaine palmer and 18 year-old Keegan Clark are members of the Santa Clarita chapter’s Track team for the Olympics, and have just been invited to the USA Games in New Jersey this summer. The invitation also is a preparation for the International games to be held in 2015 in the greater Los Angeles area. CJ Schmid has more.

Sports / by Tigran Martirosyan -

Behind in the Count

In statistics, we are taught that numbers tell a story, and those numbers tell it like it is, because numbers never lie. However, sometimes the numbers on the surface don’t…

Sports / by CJ Schmid -

Hart runs past Valencia, Wins CIF Title 28-21

A championship game as close as this makes it hard not to smile and could arguably make most stoic and stone-faced fans enjoy the game. However, when asked about the game and where it ranks among his favorites, Indians coach Mike Herrington simply smiled and said,”It’s definitely up there.”