The Canyon High boys basketball team lost a key player, but won its game against Poly of Sun Valley, 66-48, in the Canyon Classic tournament.
Clay Kasdorf, Canyon’s top scorer, injured his ankle in the first quarter against Poly and had to sit out the rest of the game.
Coley Apsay and Darnel Haggerty picked up their injured teammate. Apsay scored 20 points, hitting three 3-pointers, and Haggerty had 18 points and eight rebounds.
The West Ranch boys basketball team romped over Panorama, 82-36, in the Canyon Classic. Justin Ballenger scored 20 points, 17 in the second half.
The Saugus boys basketball team beat St. Bonaventure, 75-61, in the Oak Park Tournament. Jeremy Gatewood scored 25 points for Saugus.
The Hart girls basketball team beat Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 52-40, behind a game-high 16 points from Madyson Stately.
The Saugus girls beat Channel Islands, 53-33, in the Gold Coast Classic tournament at Rio Mesa. Megan Dawe and Kim Smither each scored 11 points for Saugus.
The West Ranch girls beat Rio Mesa, 76-31, in the Gold Coast Classic tournament. Michele Ariama scored 14 points for West Ranch.
The Valencia boys soccer team shut out Alemany, 1-0. Kyle Johnson scored the lone goal of the game in the first half.
The Hart boys soccer team beat Quartz Hill, 4-0. Loy Mueller, Uriel Rodriguez, Sammy Reyes and Carlos Jaimes scored for Hart.
The West Ranch boys soccer team beat Aracdia, 3-2. Brandon Dooley, Ashton Kolander and Cody Klop scored goals for West Ranch.
The West Ranch girls soccer team tied Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 1-1. Junior Kylee MacArthur gave West Ranch a 1-0 lead with a goal in the first half. Notre Dame tied the game with a goal just before halftime.
The Valencia Flyers ice hockey team will look to snap a 10-game losing streak on Friday night against the Fresno Monsters at the Ice Station in Valencia.
The Flyers lost to the Long Beach Bombers, 5-4, in double overtime last Friday night.
The Flyers will have three games against Fresno this weekend, all at the Ice Station. Friday and Saturday night’s games start at 7:15. Sunday’s game is at 1.
It looks like Russell Martin and the Dodgers are about to part ways. The Dodgers have been courting free-agent catcher Dioner Navarro of the Tampa Bay Rays. If the Dodgers sign Navarro, it would mean Martin, who is also a free agent and two-time All-Star for the Dodgers, would be out of a job in Los Angeles.
Navarro and Rod Barrajas would most likely split time as the catcher for the Dodgers. Navarro, a one-time Dodger who was traded to the Rays to make room for Martin four years ago, hit .194 with one home run and seven RBIs for the Rays last year. Navarro also spent time in the minor leagues before being recalled to the Rays for the playoff stretch.
The Lakers beat the Clippers, 87-86, on a last-second shot by Derek Fisher. The Clippers had a five-point lead with under a minute to play. Kobe Bryant scored 24 points, four of them in the final minute of the game.
The Clippers had a one-point lead with 15 seconds to play. Fisher drove through the lane and made a layup as time expired.
The Kings are home tonight at Staples Center after a long layoff. The Kings take on the Calgary Flames. The Kings are coming off a 3-2 overtime win over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday. The Flames are coming off a 4-2 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday night.
Listen to the game tonight at 7:30 on AM 1220, KHTS.