[KHTS] – The College of the Canyons women’s volleyball team lost to El Camino College, 3-1.
The Lady Cougars won the first game, then lost the next three.
Serena LeDuff led COC with 12 kills and 27 digs. Jordan Carter had 34 assists.
In high school volleyball, the Trinity Classical Academy girls...
Two players from the Foothill League were selected to the All-CIF girls volleyball team.
Hart senior libero Katie Baker and Valencia senior outside hitter Delaney Knudsen earned spots on the Southern Section Division 1A team.
Haley DeSales from La Salle was the Division 1A player of the year.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls volleyball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VAA playoffs.
The Cardinals eliminated Upland Christian in five games in a second-round playoff match.
Lette Blake led Santa Clarita Christian with 11 kills, nine digs and 17 assists....
The Hart girls volleyball team has a habit of winning matches with a little hiccup in the middle. It was no different in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs against Moorpark.
Hart won in four games, 25-13, 23-25, 25-9, 25-21, and advanced to the second round of playoffs...
The Saugus girls volleyball team advanced in the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs by sweeping Simi Valley in the wild-card round.
Hannah Nua had a team-high 23 kills in the match for Saugus. Ashley Guthrie recorded 31 assists.
The Centurions will play La Salle, the No. 2 seeded team in the Division...
Four teams from the Foothill League will be playing in the CIF Southern Section Division 1-A playoffs beginning Monday.
League champion Valencia plays host to Flintridge Sacred Heart (Mission No. 3), Hart is at home against Moorpark (Mormonte No. 3) and West Ranch is on the road to Louisville (Mission...
The Saugus girls volleyball team won the Crescenta Valley Tournament with a two-game sweep over Alta Loma in the championship match.
Hannah Nua was selected as the tournament MVP. Ashley Guthrie and Julianna Dole earned spots on the all-tournament team.
The Saugus girls went 5-0 in the tournament.
Golden Valley freshman Elisa Pierre and Hart’s Jamie Corr advanced to the CIF Southern Section girls golf final.
Pierre shot a 2-over 74 in the Northern Regional at River Ridge Golf Course in Oxnard to make the cut for the Southern Section final. Corr was one shot back, at 3-over 75. The cut was 78.
None of the three Foothill League girls golf teams advanced in the CIF Southern Section Central Division playoffs. West Ranch, the league champion, shot 460 and was eighth out of 22 teams in the Central Division playoffs at Los Serranos Golf and Country Club in Chino Hills. The top-four teams advanced...
The West Ranch girls volleyball team did something no other team in the Foothill League has done.
The Wildcats beat Valencia in four games and moved into a first place tie in the Foothill League standings.
Valencia entered the match with an undefeated record in league play. West Ranch was tied for second...
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William S. Hart Union High School District governing board members Wednesday discussed a potential March 29 start date for junior high and high school in-person instruction, provided the number of L.A. County COVID-19 cases continues to decline.
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