June 14, 2024


Exercise makes us healthy

A recap of recent sports results

The subsequent summaries have been presented by crew coaches and/or representatives for some of this previous week’s Santa Clarita Valley prep sports action. The Sign thanks all who submitted for assisting get the term out about regional athletes’ achievements. In the event that each groups post stories on the exact same function, the studies will be edited to mix them into one particular summary: 

Ladies Basketball: Trinity 38, Holy Martyrs 26 

Trinity Classical Academy girls varsity basketball conquer Holy Martyrs (10-1), 38-26, at home on May possibly 21.  

Lily Caddow scored 16 points, Kelly Lotz scored 12 and Katie Brown scored 10. 

— Katie Roberts, Trinity coach 

Swim: Castaic Swimmers Swimming in CIF Finals 

All Castaic Coyote girls relays along with the boys 200Y Absolutely free relay formally built the top rated 16 in Division 4 and will now swim at the CIF State Finals on Saturday. Four of the ladies and a person boy will also be competing individually. It is the to start with CIF qualification in any sport in faculty background and a big accomplishment since they only have freshmen and sophomores. 

Occasions Castaic will be competing in: 

  • Women 200 Medley Relay. 
  • Girls 200 No cost Relay. 
  • Ladies 400 Free Relay. 
  • Ladies 200 No cost (Brooke Harnish). 
  • Girls 200 IM (Delaney Cowan, Anika Mailey Sta. Maria). 
  • Women 100 Fly (Anika Mailey Sta. Maria). 
  • Girls 500 Totally free (Delaney Cowan). 
  • Women 50 Absolutely free (Leela James). 
  • Boys 50 No cost (Ricardo Baldenegro). 

— Kyle Cowan, Castaic mum or dad/volunteer 

Softball: Valencia 8, Saugus 7 
Inspite of seeing its five-run direct whittled down by the stop, Valencia nonetheless held off Saugus for an 8-7 victory on Monday. Saugus scored 4 runs in the failed comeback on a one by Caitlyn Connolly in the sixth, a single by Shae Sabedra in the seventh, an error in the seventh, and a solitary by Ashlynn Kovach in the seventh. 

Delaney Scully led Valencia to victory by driving in 4 operates.  Scully went 3-for-3 at the plate.  Scully drove in runs on a single in the 2nd and a double in the fifth. 

Saugus received on the board in the initial inning. Mckenna Gibson drove in one on a double. 

Valencia tallied 4 runs in the fifth inning. The offensive onslaught by Valencia was led by Haley Cheek and Scully, who every experienced RBIs in the inning. 

Saugus scored three runs in the seventh inning. Sabedra, Madison Campeau and Kovach each individual experienced RBIs in the big inning. 

Casey Edwards pitched Valencia to victory. The hurler went 7 innings, enabling seven operates on 10 hits and placing out 9. 

Marina Provencio took the loss for Saugus. The pitcher lasted 4 and two-thirds innings, allowing for 12 hits and 8 operates whilst placing out two. 

Valencia tallied a person property operate on the working day. Izzy Mertes had a dinger in the 1st inning. 

Valencia scattered 13 hits in the game. Scully, Addison Snyder, Cheek and Mertes all managed several hits for Valencia. Scully went 3-for-3 at the plate to direct Valencia in hits. 

— Valencia Softball via GameChanger app 

Boys Basketball: Trinity 65, Beacon Hill 59 

The Trinity Knights 10-6 (7-3) won a difficult-fought contest versus Beacon Hill of Camarillo, 65-59, in spherical 1 of the CIF Division 4A playoffs on Wednesday. Trinity was led by Nate Thomas with 16 points and 10 rebounds, with crucial contributions from Andre Salinas with 10 points and five rebounds, with Hinter Gillman adding nine points and six rebounds. Trinity now prepares for round 2 versus PILIBOS Friday night.   

— Darrell Hebert, Trinity coach 

Softball: Valencia 10, Golden Valley  

Valencia’s two pitchers did not make it possible for a solitary hit, as Valencia defeated Golden Valley 10- on Wednesday. Casey Edwards struck out the final batter to get the last out of the video game. 

Valencia fired up the offense in the initially inning. Valencia scored one particular operate when Emma Seper tripled. 

Valencia introduced two house operates on the working day. Delaney Scully experienced a extended ball in the to start with inning. Izzy Mertes had a dinger in the second inning. 

Ava Montoya was on the rubber for Valencia. She went 4 innings, allowing for zero operates on zero hits and putting out 6. 

Valencia saw the ball well, racking up nine hits in the game. Scully, Mertes and Seper each gathered multiple hits to direct Valencia. 

The first round of CIF playoffs start Thursday, June 3, for Valencia. 

— Valencia softball via GameChanger app