Hart, Canyon Boys Soccer Team Play For Foothill League Championship
The Hart and Canyon boys soccer teams will battle for the Foothill League championship today.
Hart leads the Foothill League standings with a 6-1-2 record. Canyon is one point out of first place, at 6-2-1. The two teams meet this afternoon at Hart High School in the Foothill League finale.
The West Ranch boys can secure third place in league against Valencia. The Saugus boys are at Golden Valley.
On the girls side, Saugus can wrap up the Foothill League championship with a win over last place Golden Valley.
Hart still has a shot at the league title, one point back of Saugus. But the Indians need help, an upset by Golden Valley over Saugus and at least a tie against Canyon in the Foothill League finale today.
The Valencia girls play at West Ranch.
Jesse Williams, a senior at Saugus High School and a member of the Waller’s GymJam Academy, will compete on the Sacramento State women’s gymnastics team in the fall.
Sacramento State gymnastics coach Kim Hughes said Williams is especially strong in the vault and floor routine. She was a Level 9 state champion in the vault and floor and was third in the all-around portion of the meet.
She was second in the floor at the 2011 Level 10 state meet. She finished in sixth in the vault at the Level 10 regional meet last year.
Golden Valley’s Lauren Berumdez will continue her soccer career in college at Idaho State. She was one of two athletes from Golden Valley who committed to college last week.
Alec Schlossman will play for the Harvard men’s volleyball team next season. He is the first student from Golden Valley to be accepted by Harvard.
In high school basketball, the Santa Clarita Christian boys are on the road against Milken and the Trinity Classical Academy boys travel to Hillcrest Christian.
In college baseball, The Master’s College clobbered Claremont Mudd Scripps, 17-5. Chris Talley was 4-for-6 with a home run and drove in three runs.
In hockey, the Kings are in Miami for a game against the Florida Panthers tonight. The Kings are coming off a 3-1 win over the Lightning, but have lost two of three games on their current six-game road trip.
Listen to the game between the Kings and the Panthers tonight on AM 1220, KHTS. The puck drops at 4:30.
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