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Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Basketball, Tennis and Volleyball

A recap of current sports activities outcomes. Obtained outcomes and summaries? E mail them to [email protected] 

The next summaries had been supplied by crew coaches and/or representatives for current Santa Clarita Valley prep sports activities motionThe Sign thanks all who submitted for serving to get the phrase out about native athletes’ achievements. The next summaries are introduced in chronological order of the video games’ dates. Within the occasion that each groups submit studies on the identical occasion, the studies might be edited to mix them into one abstract: 

Women Lacrosse: Valencia 21, Hart 0 

With Hart popping out of a current loss towards Saugus, and Valencia bouncing again from a postponed sport and a fierce match with West Ranch, each groups had been desperate to show themselves. 

Valencia, working towards qualifying for playoffs, ran the rating as much as a ultimate 21-0, with senior goalie Cristal Narciso going through 0 photographs on objective. Earlier than the tip of the primary half, Valencia scored 10 objectives. 

Bree Weber, a junior midfielder, propelled Valencia into fixed assault with over 11 profitable faceoffs. 

From the midfield right down to the 12, Valencia’s chemistry and willpower from gamers like Trinity Custodia (junior midfielder) and Kayla Cervantes (senior midfielder) created inventive manipulation towards Hart’s fierce protection. 

Hart’s protection was coordinated and powerful, and their goalie Chloe Zundel’s clears had been an spectacular weapon for the crew. 

“This sport, we set a variety of objectives for ourselves as a crew,” mentioned senior attacker Eliza Hernandez. “Not solely did we wish to succeed with the rating, however we needed to work on some technical issues, like transitions and shot accuracy, and with the ability to say that we met these objectives is essentially the most rewarding.” 

Added senior midfielder Sydney Malinowski: “Even with the penalties that had been known as, we stored our heads up and made transitions that set us up for some nice objectives.” 

— Eliza Hernandez, Valencia ladies lacrosse 

Softball Valencia 13, Canyon 5 

Izzy Mertes wasted no alternatives on the plate on Monday, driving in 4 on two hits to guide Valencia previous Canyon 13-5. Mertes drove in runs on a house run within the first and a single within the fifth. Addison Snyder had a dinger within the seventh inning. 

The Vikings varsity opened up scoring within the first inning, when Mertes homered on a 3-1 depend, scoring three runs. 

Valencia put up 5 runs within the fifth inning. The rally was led by singles by Emma Bramson, Mertes and Delaney Scully, a sacrifice fly by Addison Snyder, and a groundout by Emma Seper. 

Casey Edwards earned the victory within the pitcher’s circle for Valencia. The hurler allowed 12 hits and 5 runs over seven innings, hanging out seven. 

— Valencia softball through GameChanger app 

Women Soccer: West Ranch 2, Golden Valley 0 

The West Ranch ladies soccer crew beat Golden Valley 2-0 Tuesday on first-half objectives by Olivia Suarez and Kennedy Desser. The win stored West Ranch undefeated on the season at 6-0-1 and nonetheless in first place within the Foothill league with three video games remaining. The loss dropped Golden Valley to 1-5-1. 

 — Pablo Suarez, West Ranch soccer mother or father 

Boys Soccer: West Ranch 0, Golden Valley 0  

The West Ranch boys soccer crew tied Golden Valley at dwelling Tuesday, 0-0. West Ranch had a possibility to attain a objective within the second half on a penalty kick however it was stopped by the Golden Valley objective keeper. West Ranch moved to 3-2-2 on the season whereas Golden Valley moved to 1-3-3. 

— Pablo Suarez, West Ranch soccer mother or father 

Women Basketball: Santa Paula 48, Trinity 42 

Trinity Classical Academy ladies’ varsity basketball misplaced to Santa Paula Excessive College on Tuesday, 48-42. 

Main scorers for Trinity had been Olivia Leathers (12 factors), Lily Caddow (13 factors) and Katie Brown (10 factors).  

Trinity’s subsequent sport is Tuesday towards YULA at 5 p.m. 

 — Katie Roberts, Trinity ladies basketball coach 

Boys TennisSaugus 12, Canyon 6 

Saugus boys’ tennis pulled out a win in a good match towards Canyon on Monday.   

Centurion singles gamers had been capable of win all 9 units on the day. No. 1 Andrew Belcher gained two units, 6-2, 6-2, earlier than being subbed out by Gil Ninio. Ninio picked up his first singles win of the season, 6-1.  

No. 2 Mathew Tolosa continued his singles success, solely dropping two video games on the day, 6-0, 6-2, 6-0.  

No. 3 Noah Fituci additionally gained his three units by scores of 6-1, 6-2, 6-0.  

The Cowboys gained their six units on the doubles facet, proving to be a difficult opponent. Saugus was solely capable of choose up three wins in doubles from No. 2 crew Brandon Schwartz and Brandon Buenaventura, 6-2, and No. 3 crew Luke Bannerman and Ethan Jegel. Bannerman and Jegel gained one set 6-0 earlier than Jegel was subbed out for Aarya Sharma. Sharma and Bannerman grabbed one win, 6-2.  

 — Bailey Sindle, Saugus tennis coach 

Girls TennisValencia 18, Saugus 0 

Valencia continued their quest for a league title, defeating Saugus 18-0 Tuesday afternoon at Valencia Excessive College. The Vikings remained dominant all through the day, sweeping each singles and doubles.  

From Saugus coach Bailey Sindle: “Valencia has a younger crew with a variety of expertise. I don’t assume we performed dangerous at all, I feel we simply misplaced to a greater crew at this time. My ladies by no means surrender and combat each set. Despite the fact that we misplaced, I’m happy with how they performed at this time.” 

— Bailey Sindle, Saugus tennis coach 

Boys Basketball: Trinity 73, YULA 63 

Trinity beat Yeshiva of LA (YULA) 73-63 in Santa Clarita on Tuesday night time. The Knights 6-2 (4-0) began slowly however went on a run earlier than halftime and constructed up a lead of 70-45 within the fourth quarter and cruised for the win. Trinity was led by John Cervantes King with 21 factors, 9 rebounds, 7 assists and 5 steals.   Lucas Soing added 18 factors and three rebounds, and Hunter Gillman scored 17 with 5 rebounds.  

— Darrell Hebert, Trinity basketball coach 

Women Soccer: SCCS 7, Vasquez 0 

The Santa Clarita Christian Woman Cardinals had a house sport towards Vasquez on Wednesday afternoon at The Grasp’s College, and SCCS stored up their profitable streak with a 7-0 victory and improved their document to 7-0 (3-0 League). Senior Elly Edwards led the crew in scoring with a hat trick. She added an help to her 3 objectives and managed the midfield your complete sport. Briley Phelps added 2 objectives and an help, Sydney Boswell had a objective and three assists and freshman Cameron Lawson added a good looking objective and was a terrific contributor coming off an harm. Olivia Caldwell had some nice saves and was an enormous issue within the shutout.  

— Amy Boswell, SCCS crew rep 

Boys Volleyball: Hart 3, Saugus 0 

Hart, 4-0 in league play, beat Saugus in three video games on Wednesday, 25-19, 28-26 and 25-22. 

Senior outdoors hitter Jonas Moore had 16 kills and Ian Duncan had 10 kills for Hart, whereas setter Owen Douphner had 12 assists and two blocks. Libero Gunnar Hulz had 12 digs and Owen Wellins had 4 kills. 

— Kyle Schlehnerassistant Hart volleyball coach 

Softball: Valencia 11, Hart 0 

Casey Edwards shut down Hart, throwing an entire sport shutout and main Valencia to a 11-0 victory on Thursday towards Hart. 

Haley Cheek led Valencia’s offense by driving in 4 runs. Cheek went 2-for-3 on the plate. Cheek drove in runs on a house run within the second and a single within the fifth. 

Valencia tallied 5 runs within the fifth inning. Cheek, Emma Bramson, Delaney Scully and Maia Paragas powered the massive inning with RBIs. 

Edwards earned the win for Valencia. Edwards surrendered zero runs on 4 hits over 5 innings, hanging out one and strolling zero. 

Valencia smacked two dwelling runs on the day. Izzy Mertes had a four-bagger within the third inning. Cheek went for the lengthy ball within the second inning. 

Valencia tallied 16 hits within the sport. Paragas, Emma Seper, Addison Snyder, Cheek, Bramson and Scully all collected a number of hits for Valencia. Paragas led Valencia with 4 hits in 4 at bats. 

Valencia performs West Ranch Monday, Could 3, at dwelling. 

— Valencia softball through GameChanger app 

Boys Volleyball: Hart 3, Golden Valley 0 

Hart (5-0) swept Golden Valley in three video games on Thursday, 25-19, 25-16 and 25-19. 

Ian Duncan led the way in which for Hart with 17 kills and 10 digs. Setter Owen Doupher had 4 kills and 15 assists, and center Evan Valdiviezo additionally had 3 kills. 

— Kyle Schlehner, Hart assistant volleyball coach 

Softball: Saugus 4, Canyon 0 

McKenna Gibson went 3 for 3 with 2 dwelling runs and three RBI as Saugus defeated Canyon 4-0 on Thursday. Alyssa Ramirez threw a one-hit full sport shutout with 5 strikeouts. Allie Enright had 2 hits together with a double, and scored a run. Maddie Campeau had a stable sport on protection.  

Samantha Carr had the lone hit for Canyon.  

 Jerome Castaneda, Saugus assistant coach 

Boys Tennis: Saugus 16, Golden Valley 2 

Saugus boys tennis picked up their second win of the week on Wednesday, defeating Golden Valley 16-2. Golden Valley was down just a few gamers and was solely capable of area two singles and two doubles groups.  

All Saugus doubles groups had been capable of sweep their units on the day. The units had been all shut and will have gone both means.  

In singles, Golden Valley No. 1, Logan Detwiler defeated Saugus No. 1 Andrew Belcher, 6-3, and No. 3 Gil Ninio, 6-2.  

Saugus boys will tackle Valencia and Hart subsequent week to wrap up their league play.  

— Bailey Sindle, Saugus tennis coach 

Women TennisSaugus 11, Hart 7 

On a day that was reaching 100 levels, Saugus battled nearly 4 hours to defeat rival Hart 11-7. That is the primary time in a long time Saugus has claimed the third-place title within the Foothill League over Hart.  

From Saugus coach Bailey Sindle: “Each single one in all my ladies contributed at this time. We knew it could be robust, however we now have improved and went into the match centered. We knew what was at stake.” 

Saugus was capable of win seven units in singles with No. 1 Emily Christensen and No. 3 Sherry Salonga sweeping their units. The Centurions’ No. 2 Julissa Diaz additionally picked up a win earlier than being subbed out as a consequence of a medical situation.  

“I’ve three stable singles gamers this yr,” mentioned Sindle. “All of them play in a different way so it may throw off the opposite crew. As we speak they performed extraordinarily nicely and earned their wins.”  

In doubles, Saugus No. 1 crew of Brianna Cervantes and Natalie Ratzlaff swept their three units, which included a significant upset of Hart’s No. 1 doubles crew of Grace Howell and Hannah Heiber.  

No. 3 doubles Baylee Renfro and Ariane Villanueva additionally secured a win for the Centurions, defeating Hart’s No. 2 doubles crew.  

“My doubles knew they wanted to step up at this time and so they did,” Sindle mentioned. “Hart is normally very aggressive in doubles so we knew we would have liked to match that aggression and benefit from every alternative. Now we have a variety of proficient gamers and so they actually showcased what they’re able to. This was a significant milestone for the Centurions.”  

— Bailey Sindle, Saugus tennis coach 

— Extra sports activities recaps and summaries coming quickly. 

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