Granada Hills Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Granada Hills, CA

  • Friday Sep 12 | via LA Daily News 

    Football roundup: Harvard-Westlake football beats Gr...

    It was going to come down to which team made a crucial mistake first, and Narbonne made a costly one late in the fourth quarter. The Gauchos were ready to resume a shootout game against Alemany when it got the ball with 5:46 remaining, but lost a fumble on a snap and watched Alemany put the game away with two more scores to hand Narbonne a 51-30 nonleague loss Friday night.


  • Wednesday Sep 10 | via LA Daily News 

    Girls tennis preview: Campbell Hall High School, Har...

    Granada hills Sarah Nuno is a three-time individual L.A. City Section champion -- twice in singles and once in doubles -- who is one of the top returners in the area this year. Photo by Gene Blevins/LA DailyNews ¬ Although Peninsula and University appear to be the favorites to produce a rematch of last year's championship, history favors Campbell Hall making an appearance at Claremont Club in November.


  • Wednesday Sep 3 | via LA Daily News 

    Chatter: CIF selects nominees for fall All-Century team

    In recognition of its 100th anniversary, CIF has released its list of nominees for the fall All-Century team, with the honorees announced in November, in addition to being acknowledged at state and regional championship events during the fall. Camarillo receiver Jake Maulhardt, Birmingham running back Milton Knox, Hart quarterback Sean Norton, Harvard-Westlake tennis player Hilary Barte and Wolverines volleyball standout Courtney Schultz, along with Hoover distance runner Anita Siraki were the area athletes recognized from 2000 to the present.


  • Wednesday Sep 3 | via San Fernando Sun 

    Highlanders Have Things to Figure Out New Coaching S...

    Problem solvers - The play of wide receiver Sean Onwaualu and quarterback Ramon Johnson, both seniors, will help determine Granada Hill's 2014 success. The final horn sounded, the sweaty and tired players trudged off the field and the first game for Granada Hills in 2014 ended, leaving Coach Tim Frost with one thought.


Granada Hills High Schools

Granada Hills Charter High (10535 Zelzah Avenue)
John F. Kennedy High (11254 Gothic Avenue)
North Valley Charter Academy (16551 Rinaldi Street)