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Santa Clarita Sports

Santa Clarita Sports News

KHTS AM 1220 delivers Santa Clarita sports and Santa Clarita High School Sports news!

AM 1220 KHTS delivers the best in high school, college, and professional sports. We broadcast high school football and basketball games, College of the Canyons football, and we are the local radio affiliate for the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Los Angeles Kings. You can also hear the latest news from Nascar, on Nascar today, Monday thru Friday at 6:10pm.

Tim HaddockAnd be sure to tune in every weekday morning between 6-10 a.m. when KHTS delivers all the Santa Clarita High School, College and professional sports scores and stories with Tim Haddock's Hometown Sports Report.

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Santa Clarita Sports

    Rick Monday Inducted To So Cal Broadcasters Hall Of Fame

    Former outfielder will also be honored this month by Society of St. Vincent De Paul.

    Kings Lose 6-3

    On Saturday evening, the LA Kings lost to the New Jersey Devils 6-3.You can hear the next Kings game, Tuesday at 3:30pm, when they will take on the New York Rangers LIVE on KHTS.

    Saugus Gets Victory Over Grizzlies

    The Saugus Centurion Boys Varsity Basketball team knocked off the Golden Valley Grizzlies 64-45, in a game heard on KHTS Friday night. In other local action, West Ranch defeated Valencia 57-55 and Canyon defeated Hart 70-56.

    Be sure to tune in to KHTS on Tuesday night beginning at 6:15pm, when you can hear Hart take on West Ranch.

    Kings Win 3-1

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    Hometown Sports Report 1-31-08

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    The Hart Indians boy’s soccer team created a three-way tie atop league standings, defeating Saugus 3-2.  The Indians and Centurions are now tied with Canyon at the top with just three games left.


    College of the Canyon’s women’s basketball got a big win over Glendale last night, 72-50.  The men’s team was not so fortunate, loosing 76-60.