The West Ranch boys basketball team shocked first-place Canyon with a 57-52 win Tuesday night.
Sophomore Dave Harris scored 13 points and hit four 3-pointers for West Ranch, which handed Canyon its first league loss of the season.
Wesley Bartole scored 17 points and had six rebounds for Canyon.
The Golden Valley boys routed Hart, 79-48. Trevor Wiseman scored 20 points for Golden Valley. Roman Delgado scored a team-high 16 points for Hart.
Valencia’s Lonnie Jackson exploded for 33 points in his team’s 74-48 win over Saugus. Brad Buchignani scored nine points for Saugus.
On the girls side, Canyon handed West Ranch its first Foothill League loss, 49-45, behind 13 points from Brooke LeMar. Erin Ruiz scored 16 points to lead West Ranch.
Valencia beat Saugus, 58-45. Jordan Oster scored 12 points to lead Saugus.
Hart beat Golden Valley, 58-12. Melissa Boscarino scored 12 points for Hart.
In high school soccer, the Canyon and West Ranch girls played to a 1-1 draw. Lizet Pachecho gave West Ranch a 1-0 lead early in the second half. But Malaya Cabrera scored the game-tying goal for Canyon later in the second half.
The Santa Clarita Christian girls soccer team shut out Providence, 8-0. Kayla Gale scored two goals and set the school record for goals in her career with 79. Amanda Doty and Jennifer Fullarton each scored two goals against Providence. Madison Utley and Mary Koler scored one goal apiece for Santa Clarita Christian. Carli Broadbent earned the shutout in goal.
The College of the Canyons ice hockey team got a goal and two assists from Alex Brodestsky in a 7-0 win over Northern Arizona. Next up for COC is Cal State Northridge in a game that will decide the Pacific Coast Hockey Association champion. COC is the top-ranked team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Pacific Region. CSUN is No. 2. The game is Friday night at Valley Ice in Panorama City at 8.
The Master’s College women’s basketball team beat Fresno Pacific, 76-59. Three players scored in double digits for The Master’s College. Erica Inge, Jenna Reed and Brook Bekendam each scored 11 points.
The Master’s College men lost to Fresno Pacific, 67-61. Raphael Harris scored a team-high 14 points for The Master’s College.
The Lakers got a much-needed win over the Washington Wizards, 115-103, and evened their road record to 2-2. Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol each scored 26 points for the Lakers.
The Kings scored three second-period goals in a 5-3 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Dustin Brown recorded three assists and Ryan Smyth scored the eventual game-winner in the second period.
The Dodgers added a pair of reliable veterans to their roster, signing infielder Ronnie Belliard and catcher Brad Ausmus to one-year contracts.