Sun-Valley Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Sun-Valley, CA

  • Saturday | via LA Daily News 

    South Torrance sweeps Village Christian in CIF-SS gi...

    November 22, 2014-Photo by Tracey Roman/for the Press-Telegram South Torrance's Kori Kutsch goes up for hit as the Spartans take on the Village Christian Crusaders in the CIF 2AA Finals Saturday afternoon. NORWALK >> Having dropped just three sets throughout the entire postseason, what occurred in the CIF Southern Section Division 2AA girls volleyball finals was probably the last thing Village Christian envisioned.


  • Tuesday Nov 18 | via LA Daily News 

    Village Christian girls volleyball advances to champ...

    Leading only 11-7 during the third set in Tuesday's CIF-SS Division 2AA girls volleyball semifinal, Village Christian was still having trouble defending Brea Olinda's roll shots, which resulted in numerous kills for the Wildcats in the previous set. But after a few adjustments by head coach Bill Schnobrich, the Crusaders would go on a 14-4 run and win the third set, 25-11.


  • Monday Nov 17 | via LA Daily News 

    Selby Schnobrich looks to extend her Village Christi...

    Village Christian's Selby Schnobrich #10 reacts during their Saugus girls volleyball tournament championship game against Alta Loma at Saugus High School in Saugus Saturday, September 20, 2014. Village Christian defeated Alta Loma to win the tournament.


  • Saturday Nov 15 | via Laguna Niguel News 

    Prep football: Poly survives Servite upset bid

    The line between Long Beach Poly winning or losing its first round Pac-5 Division playoff game Friday came down to a few missed PATs. The Jackrabbits edged Servite 34-33 at Veterans Stadium despite having seemingly secure leads of 20-6 in the first half and 27-19 after three quarters.


  • Sunday Nov 9 | via Press-Telegram 

    Football: St. John Bosco, Long Beach Poly excited fo...

    The release of the CIF Southern Section football playoff brackets on Sunday officially open a postseason that's high on optimism for the Long Beach area. Five local teams find themselves in the favorable position of being in the top four of their respective divisions.