Two football players from Valencia will continue their playing careers after choosing colleges on national signing day.
Linebacker Ryan Gorman, the Southern Section Northern Division co-defensive player of the year, is headed to the University of San Diego.
Teammate and defensive lineman Billy Shipman chose Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
They join Canyon quarterback Jonathan Jerozal and running back Max Archuleta who also made their official commitments to colleges. Jerozal is going to Stetson University in Florida. Archuleta will play for Yale.
West Ranch running back Jeff Coprich is going to Cal.
Gabe Woullard, a Valencia High grad and linebacker who has been playing at Pierce College, committed to East Carolina.
In college basketball, the College of the Canyons women won their fourth game in a row, 86-66, over Citurs College.
Angelica Sahagun scored 26 points for COC. Bev Weaver, who missed three weeks with a neck injury, scored 13 points and had nine steals.
The COC men lost to Citrus, 87-82. Rafael Love scored 19 points and was one of five players from COC in double figures.
In high school soccer, the Trinity boys shut out Westmark, 6-0, and snapped a three-game losing streak.
Daniel Stratton scored a hat trick with three goals. Rafael Castro, Caleb Wilson and James Almeida also scored for Trinity.
In hockey, the Kings got a last-second goal from Drew Doughty and beat the Columbus Blue Jackets, 3-2.
Doughty scored a power-play goal with one secone left in the game. Dustin Penner and Justin Williams also scored for the Kings.