Santa Clarita Christian Notches Double Hat Tricks Against Pacifica Christian
Santa Clarita Christian’s Daniel Stratton and Chad Latch each recorded hat tricks in a 6-0 shutout over Pacifica Christian.
Latch scored the first three goals for Santa Clarita Christian. Stratton knocked in the last three goals of the game.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls doubled up on Pacifica, 4-2. Freshman Lauren Gallagher scored two goals and leads the team in scoring.
Tiffany Shroyer and Yara Wahba scored the other goals for Santa Clarita Christian.
In high school basketball, the Santa Clarita Christian boys beat Faith Baptist, 62-59, behind a career night from Tiko Moore. He scored 30 points and had 12 rebounds.
The Trinity boys beat Concordia West, 58-36. James Brooks scored 19 points, had 16 rebounds and five blocks for Trinity. Spencer Klehn also recorded a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds.
It’s a busy night of high school basketball with a match-up of the top two teams in the Foothill League.
The West Ranch boys will look to stay on top of the Foothill League standings at home against Canyon. That last time these two teams met, Canyon beat West Ranch, 56-52.
The Saugus boys are on the road and play at Valencia. The Hart boys travel to play Golden Valley.
On the girls side, Canyon plays West Ranch. Saugus is at Valencia and Hart plays at Golden Valley.
The high school soccer season is getting interesting. The Hart girls, fresh off snapping the 20-game Foothill League winning streak of Saugus, are home for a game against Golden Valley.
The Saugus girls are on the road and play Valencia. The West Ranch girls travel to Canyon.
On the boys side, Canyon is at West Ranch, Saugus is home for a game against Valencia and Hart is at Golden Valley.
In hockey, the Kings start a six-game road trip tonight against the St. Louis Blues.
The Kings have won two games in a row and are coming off a controversial, 3-2, win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Wednesday night.
Listen to the game tonight between the Kings and Blues on AM 1220, KHTS. The puck drops at 5.
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