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    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 13, 2014

    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.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 12, 2014

    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.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 11, 2014

    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.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 10, 2014

    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.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 09, 2014

    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.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 06, 2014

    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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    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 05, 2014

    In college baseball, The Master’s College was ranked No. 20 in the final NAIA national poll.

    The Mustangs finished the season with a 35-18 record and dropped six spots after making an early exit in the NAIA national baseball tournament.

    Steve Karkenny from The Master’s College was selected to the NAIA All America team.

    The junior outfielder hit .373 with six home runs and a team-high 45 RBIs. He also stole 28 bases and scored 45 runs.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 04, 2014

    In baseball, Dana Eveland, who played at College of the Canyons, made his first appearance in the major leagues in more than a year on Monday.

    Eveland pitched 2/3 of a inning in relief against the Phillies. He came in with two runners on in the eighth inning and preserved a four-run lead for the Mets.

    Eveland spent the 2013 season pitching in South Korea. The Mets are the eighth major league team Eveland has played on.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 03, 2014

    Golden Valley’s Jonathan Kang shot a 7-over 79 in the CIF/SCGA Southern California Championship at Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena and fell short of advancing to the state tournament.

    He finished in a tie for 67th place at Brookside. Sage Kasaga of Murrieta Valley won the Southern California championship with a 4-under 68. The cut to qualify for the state tournament was even par.

    Kang had five bogeys and a double bogey. He birdied only one hole.

    Kang is the first boys golfer from Golden Valley to reach the CIF/SCGA Southern California Championship.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update June 2, 2014

    In high school track and field, three athletes from the Foothill League will compete in the CIF State track and field meet in Clovis.

    Brian Zabilski from Saugus qualified in the 3,200. Brett Molster from Canyon will compete in the high jump. Nathan Bultman from West Ranch qualified in the shot put.

    Zabilski broke the Saugus school record in the 3,200 in 8 minutes, 59.98 seconds. He finished in third place in his Masters Meet race.

    Molster cleared 6 feet, 7 inches and finished in third place at the Masters Meet. The top jumpers cleared 6 feet, 9 inches.