Valencia quarterback Sean Murphy is one of nine players from the Foothill League to earn spots on the All-CIF Southern Section Northern Division football team.
Malik Townsend, a receiver on the Valencia football team, joined Murphy on the offensive team. Vikings linebacker Anthony Costleigh and defensive back Tedric Thompson were selected to the defensive team.
Hart had three players on the All-CIF team. Trent Irwin was selected as a receiver and Connor WIngenroth earned a spot as a utility player. Austin Murillo made the team as a defensive back.
Two players from Canyon were selected, offensive lineman Juan Rodriguez and record-setting receiver Drew Wolitarsky.
In high school basketball, the Hart boys dropped to No. 2 in the CIF Southern Section Division 3AAA poll after losing to West Ranch and beating Saugus in overtime.
Tustin moved up to No. 1 and knocked Hart out of the top spot in the Division 3AAA rankings.
West Ranch held steady at No. 2 in the Southern Section Division 1A poll. Santa Monica is No. 1.
The Canyon boys moved into the top 10 in the Division 2AA poll. The Cowboys are No. 10.
The Trinity boys basketball team is No. 4 in the Division 6 poll.
The Santa Clarita Christian boys team is No. 14 in Division 5A.
On the girls side, Canyon is ranked No. 4 in Division 2AA. Cajon is No. 1.
The Valencia girls come in at No. 12 in Division 1AA. The Saugus girls are No. 14 Division 2A.
In high school soccer, the Saugus girls maintained their hold on No. 2 in the Division 2 rankings despite losing their first game of the season to Hart on Friday.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls are ranked No. 4 in the Division 7 poll.
The Hart boys soccer team dropped to No. 9 in the Division 4 poll.
In college basketball, The Master’s College women, ranked No. 8 in the NAIA, beat Arizona Christian University, 100-47, in a Golden State Athletic Conference game. The Lady Mustangs are undefeated at 15-0.
The Master’s College men’s basketball team lost to Arizona Christian, 84-69.
The College of the Canyons men’s basketball team beat Citrus College, 81-77, in overtime.
The College of the Canyons women’s team also beat Citrus, 68-54.
In the NBA, the Clippers, playing without injured Chris Paul, crushed the Memphis Grizzlies, 99-73. Matt Barnes and Jamal Crawford each scored 16 points to lead the Clippers.
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