[KHTS] The Saugus Softball girls are expected to host their second annual “Knock Out A Cure” event this October.
More than 60 girls from Saugus High School are expected to attend the event, scheduled for Oct. 1, from 5 p.m.- 9 p.m. at the William S. Hart Baseball & Softball Complex.
[KHTS] – The West Ranch softball team won the consolation championship at the Best of the West tournament. The Wildcats beat Saugus, 9-5, in the consolation championship game.
Lauren Lindvall went 2-for-4, hit a home run and drove in four runs for West Ranch.
The Wildcats shut out King High, 1-0,...
[KHTS] – The Saugus High School Girl’s Softball team will be holding their first Knock Out A Cure Hit-A-Thon fundraiser on Thursday, October 17.
“I am a four year cancer survivor,” said Misty Fitzgerald, a Saugus Softball parent and an organizer of the event. “I have always been involved...
The Saugus softball team won a pair of games in the Santiago Spring Fling Tournament over the weekend.
The Centurions beat Etiwanda, 4-3 in eight innings, and Colton 4-2.
Mariah Lopez went the distance in the circle, striking out 11, for Saugus against Etiwanda. She also hit a home run and was 2-for-3.
Nicole Joseph went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and game-winning 3-run home run.
SCVTV started its telecast of Foothill League softball and baseball with one of the most thrilling softball games in recent history.
Nicole Joseph’s walk-off 3-run home run in the bottom of the seventh lifted the...
The Saugus softball team beat Pacifica, 3-2, and won the consolation championship at the Best of the West tournament.
Alyssa Rodriguez drove in the go-ahead run for Saugus in the sixth inning. Her double scored Kaela Morrow.
Rachel Shotzbarger hit a two-run home run for the Centurions in the first inning.
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A backyard butcher is behind bars and dozens of rescued animals are taken to The Gentle Barn; Deputies arrest one and bust drug house in Tesoro; Deputies discover 42 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop on Interstate 5.
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Smoke from a brush fire dubbed the Martindale Fire in Bouquet Canyon near the Bouquet Reservoir was visible from areas in the Santa Clarita Valley shortly after the blaze broke out Monday afternoon, quickly burning 200 acres and threatening structures.
The global COVID-19 death toll surpassed 1 million Monday afternoon, a grim milestone in a pandemic that caught much of the world unprepared for a health crisis and left economies reeling, convulsed politics and fundamentally altered the world.
Newhall resident Daniel Bradley, a Vietnam veteran and Gold Star son, had the chance to fly to Washington, D.C., to attend a reception at the White House Sunday to honor Gold Star families and their loved ones who’ve died in service.
Senator Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, advocating for the thousands of constituents still in the queue waiting for their unemployment benefits, is urging Governor Gavin Newsom to rethink a two-week pause on new EDD claims.
William S. Hart Union High School District officials announced Sunday Santa Clarita Valley public junior highs and high schools will not reopen in October, pushing the potential timeline for partial reopening to Nov. 13.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Friday 34 new deaths and 1,401 new cases of COVID-19, with 6,048 total cases in the Santa Clarita Valley, while Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital reported its 24th COVID-related death to date.
With temperatures in parts of Los Angeles County expected to rise into the triple digits, various public facilities located throughout the County, including Stevenson Ranch Library, will serve as Emergency Cooling Centers.
Foster youth in Santa Clarita have a new, dedicated place to study and receive homework help and tutoring. The local Fostering Youth Independence (FYI) organization has created The Study Place in response to the transition to online learning due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
As part of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond’s Education to End Hate initiative, California school districts and charter schools have begun applying for mini-grants now available to support educator training in the areas of anti-racism and bias.