By: Juliet Schlesinger & Cade Costic COVID-19 restrictions set in place in April of 2020 had local high school, college, and MLB sports activities on pause. With this, there were no practices, games or any in-person interaction actively taking place. For professional baseball scouts, livelihoods
College of the Canyons has celebrated Women’s History Month through a number of events held virtually throughout the month of March. The most recent event that took place via Zoom was “Women in Sports,” a panel of female athletes and coaches connected to COC. Chad
By Cheryl Akpenyi, Catherine Gonzalez, and Jeremy D. Thompson Bleachers will be sparsely-filled and largely silent as spectators return to watch, but not cheer for, student-athletes under guidelines announced by William S. Hart Union High School District. The Hart District announced sports will resume this
A day in the life of a student-athlete usually consists of a day full of responsibilities while juggling a personal life, student life and teammate life. To many athletes, their day being full of activities gives them strength to develop multitasking talents, and many depend
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the entire globe, especially residents in Los Angeles County. With the number of cases increasing daily, it’s hard for residents to get back to their normal lives. Because we have been enclosed in our homes, many of us have been
For many going out of state for college athletics can be a scary thing. That will not be the case for teammates Cristian Patron and McKenzie Stoehr.
After a 10-3 senior campaign Zach Van Bennekum decided to continue his football career at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).
Ryan Farr, a 3-year varsity starter at West Ranch High School will be taking his talents to California Lutheran University (Cal Luthern).
After a stellar season Ben Seymour plans to take his talents to Montana State University.
Local Santa Clarita skaters gather together in hopes of saving Valencia’s Ice Station.