The Santa Clarita Blue Heat women’s soccer team left no doubt against the Victoria Highlanders in a United Soccer League W-League game over the weekend.
The Blue Heat shut out the Highlanders, 6-0, at Valencia High School to win their second game of the season and even their record at 2-2.
The Blue Heat took a 3-0 lead in the first half on goals by Rachel Nuzzolese, Laura Luis and Ana Borges. Six different players scored for the Blue Heat.
The next game for the Blue Heat is on the road against the Colorado Rapids on Thursday.
The Santa Clarita Storm men’s soccer team tied the Boca Escape, 1-1, in a National Premier League Soccer game at Golden Valley High School.
The Storm took a 1-0 lead in the first half on a goal by Alex Harlley.
The Escape tied the score with a goal in the second half.
The Storm sit in second place in the Southern Conference with a 5-2-2 record. Their next game is on the road against the winless Arizona Monsoons on Saturday.
In college baseball, the UCLA Bruins will play Stony Brook is the first game of the NCAA College World Series on Friday in Omaha, Neb.
The second-seeded Bruins have a pair of Hart High grads, Trevor Brown and Pat Valaika, and a Valencia grad, Shane Zeile, on their roster.
Arizona plays Florida State in Game 2 of the College World Series. Kent State faces Arkansas in Game 3 and South Carolina plays top-seeded Florida.
In the major leagues, the Angels took Game 1 of the Freeway Series against the Dodgers, 3-2. Albert Pujols broke a 2-2 tie in the ninth inning with a broken-bat RBI single.
Game 2 of the Freeway Series is tonight at Dodger Stadium. Listen to the game on AM 1220, KHTS. The first pitch is at 7:10.
And finally in hockey, the Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup championship in franchise history. The Kings took an early lead and beat the Devils, 6-1, in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
The Kings scored three power-play goals in the first period and built a four-goal lead early in the second period.
Jeff Carter scored twice. Trevor Lewis scored two goals as well and the Kings ended a 44-year drought in the NHL playoffs.
Kings goalie Jonathan Quick, who set a franchise record with three shutouts and was 16-4 in the playoffs, was selected as the Conn Smythe trophy winner, the most valuable player in the Stanley Cup Finals.