The Hart football team moved back into the No. 1 spot in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division poll after a decisive 55-14 win over Birmingham.
The Indians have won three games in a row and knocked Palmdale, which was on a bye last week, out of the top spot in the Northern Division.
The Valencia football team moved up to No. 4 after a 41-13 win over Santa Monica.
Canyon did not play last week and dropped to No. 6 after being ranked No. 1 for three weeks in a row.
The Trinity football team, 48-8 winners over Fulton Prep, remained at No. 3 in the Southern Section Division II 8-man poll.
In high school golf, the Hart girls won the second Foothill League match of the season at Elkins Ranch in Fillmore. Hart won by 13 strokes over West Ranch and Golden Valley, which tied for second place.
Hart’s Jamie Corr shot the low round of the match, a 4-over 40 on the par-36 course.
West Ranch’s Sarah Hong led her team with a 7-over 43.
Golden Valley’s Elisa Pierre shot an 8-over 44 for the Grizzlies.
In college cross country, The Master’s College men’s team won the inaugural Mustang Challenge at Central Park and the women’s team had a record-breaking day.
The Master’s College men, paced by John Gilbertson and Anthony Rizzo who finished 1-2 in the 8K race, won the meet, 30-69, over second-place Westmont.
The Master’s College’s Hannah Kellerman set a school record by winning the women’s 5K race in 17 minutes, 44.65 seconds. The Lady Mustangs were second in the meet, finishing behind Westmont.
In high school volleyball, the Hart girls reached the championship match of the Saugus tournament, but lost to Buena in two games.
The Valencia girls volleyball team finished in sixth place in the Beach City Invitational in La Jolla. Delaney Knudsen was selected to the all-tournament team.
The Vikings beat Westview, Catalina from Nevada and Rio Mesa before losing to Vista Murrieta in the quarterfinals.
In high school tennis, the Hart girls beat Golden Valley, 15-3. The Valencia girls beat Canyon, 16-2.