In high school baseball, two players from Valencia High were selected to the Louisville Slugger All America Team.
Keston Hiura is on the first team and Devin Davis is on the second team.
Hiura hit 14 home runs, the most in the state and sixth in the nation according to Max Preps.com. He hit .500 with 30 RBIs and scored 43 runs.
Hiura is headed to UC Irvine in the fall.
Davis hit .427 with five home runs and drove in a team-high 33 runs.
He will continue his baseball career at Loyola Marymount University.
The Master’s College added a couple runners to its track and field and cross country teams.
Andrew Sanchez will join the track team. He was on the College of the Canyons team and ran for the Village Christian track team in high school.
He holds the school record in the 400 at Village Christian and was on the COC team in 2013.
The Santa Clarita Blue Heat women’s soccer team shut out the Sedona FC Strikers, 3-0, in a USL W-League game.
The Blue Heat scored all three goals in the first half.
The first goal came on an own goal by the Strikers in the fifth minute. Celina Minissian made it 2-0 with a goal in the 12th minute.
Hannah Sanders gave the Blue Heat a 3-0 lead in the 20th minute.
The Blue Heat evened their record at 3-3. Their next game is against the Seattle Sounders on the road on Sunday.
Start spreading the news. The Los Angeles Kings are Stanley Cup champions again.
The Kings beat the New York Rangers, 3-2 in double overtime, in Game 5 at Staples Center. The Kings won the series, 4-1.
In college soccer, The Master’s College added a couple players to its roster for the fall season.
Scott Landon and Kipp Barnes will play for The Master’s College men’s soccer team.
Landon played at Granada Hills High School and LA Mission College before transferring to The Master’s College. He was also on the Santa Clarita Storm club team.
Barnes is from Cincinnati and played for the Calvary Christian School.
In college track and field, Canyon High graduate Chris Low won his heat race in the 800 meters at the NCAA Division I Outdoor championships in Oregon.
Low, who won a state championship in the 800 at College of the Canyons, won his semifinals race in 1 minute, 48.34 seconds.
The Long Beach State junior is the No. 3 seed in the 800 meters final. Mississippi State’s Brandon McBride is the No. 1 seed. He won his heat race in 1 minute, 48.09 seconds.
In soccer, the Santa Clarita Blue Heat split a pair of games over the weekend.
The Blue Heat beat the Colorado Storm, 2-1, scoring both goals in the second half.
But the Blue Heat were shut out, 2-0, by the Bay Area Breeze in the following game.
In high school track and field, Nathan Bultman from West Ranch was sixth in the shot put at the CIF State meet in Clovis.
His throw of 58 feet, 10 ½ inches came on his second of six attempts. He received an All-State medal for his efforts at the meet.
Brian Zabilski from Saugus was 12th in the 3,200 in 9 minutes, 4.64 seconds.
In baseball, seven players who played in high school or college in the Santa Clarita Valley were selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year player draft.
Valencia High graduate and UCLA junior Shane Zeile was the first player from the Santa Clarita Valley selected. He went in the fifth round to the Detroit Tigers.
Zeile, the nephew of former Dodger and Hart High graduate Todd Zeile, won an NCAA national championship as the starting catcher for UCLA.
The Santa Clarita Blue Heat women’s soccer team takes on the Colorado Storm tonight at The Master’s College.
The Blue Heat are 1-2 after the first three games of the season.
The Storm is 0-2 and looking for its first win of the season.
Kickoff is at 6.
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