Canyon Boys Soccer Team Undefeated In Foothill League
The Canyon boys soccer team is putting together a perfect Foothill League season. Mohammed Roknipour scored the lone goal in Canyon's 1-0 win over Saugus.
Canyon ran its league record to an undefeated 8-0.
The Valencia boys beat Golden Valley, 3-1, behind goals from Ben Beilin, Javier Elias and Matt Peters. Valencia is a game behind Canyon at 7-1 in the Foothill League standings. Canyon and Valencia meet on Tuesday in a crucial league game.
Hart and West Ranch played to a scoreless draw.
On the girls side, the Saugus girls got two goals from Jamie Molacek in a 3-1 win over Canyon. Ysabel Padron also scored for Saugus. Devon Goff scored for Canyon late in the second half.
Hart beat West Ranch, 2-1. Kayla Kret and Katie Trevino scored for Hart.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls got shut out by Viewpoint, 2-0.
In high school basketball, the West Ranch girls beat Hart by 20, 63-43. Erin Ruiz scored 19 points and Kaylyn Tarver added 13 for West Ranch.
The Canyon girls kept pace with West Ranch in the Foothill League standings with a 65-39 win over Saugus. Canyon's Brooke LeMar scored a team-high 16 points. Canyon and West Ranch are tied for first place in the Foothill League with 7-1 records.
The Valencia boys beat Golden Valley, 65-59. Lonnie Jackson scored 13 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter. Trevor Wiseman scored a team-high 20 points for Golden Valley.
Canyon beat Saugus, 54-52, behind 15 points from Wesley Bartole. Canyon, Valencia and Golden Valley are tied with 6-2 league records with two games left to play.
West Ranch beat Hart, 72-64. Anthony Yumul scored 22 points to lead West Ranch over winless Hart.
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