By Haley Sawyer for The Signal SCV Saugus football coach Jason Bornn appreciated everything the Los Angeles Rams gave him. A suite on the field for himself and his wife for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals was nice and so was the money and swag from Gatorade for the Centurions’ program. But when Jason ... Read More
By Mason Nesbitt for The Signal Saugus High quarterback Nathan Eldridge said before the season he believed the Centurions could be just as explosive on offense as in 2016. Saturday, his arm and legs backed up his lips. Eldridge threw for three touchdowns and ran for another in a 25-21 road win ... Read More
On Saturday, April 25, eight members of the Saugus Football Team participated in the 5th Annual Navy SEAL Invitational with 10 other teams. The event consisted of several events designed to challenge both physically and mentally the athletes who participated. Our young men completed the mission and did so with tremendous enthusiasm and pride. Pictured ... Read More
By Patrick McHugh March 18, 2015 Nearly 5,000 Pacific Ocean miles and four time zones separate Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California and Tafuna High School in American Samoa. Despite the distance, however, the shared love of the sport of football has united the two schools. In one of ... Read More
Make sure you stop by the Spiritwear table this Friday (Sept. 5th) to purchase your white shirts for our “White Out” game against Buena next week! This will be your only chance to purchase before we hit the road for our first away game on Sept. 12th. GO SAUGUS!!
By Dan Watson Signal Photo Editor Ahead of the upcoming SCV high school football season, Saugus nabbed a victory — by winning the 5th annual SCV Burrito Bowl. The competition involves each school nominating five players from Canyon, Golden Valley, Hart, Saugus, Valencia and West Ranch high schools see which team can down a 4-foot-long burrito ... Read More
By Matt Lechuga Signal Staff Writer Saugus head football coach Jason Bornn isn’t worried about stopping the high-powered offenses in the Foothill League. For now, he wants to get his defense some game-time experience. “I think that’s the biggest thing. We have don’t have a lot of guys who have in-game experience,” he said. “We ... Read More
By Matt Lechuga Signal Staff Writer Last Friday the Saugus football team took a trip to the Naval Special Warfare Training Center in Coronado where Navy SEALs go for Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training. This was the third year the Centurions made the trip to Coronado and head coach Jason Bornn likes how the SEALs pushes ... Read More
Come on out this Friday and Saturday to Central Park in Saugus for some high-flying, 7-on-7 passing tournament action at the Saugus Football 12th Annual Under-the-Lights summer passing tournament. We will have 24 varsity teams and 16 JV teams competing throughout the 2 days with plenty of exciting match ups. Varsity pool play begins at ... Read More
Either Saugus or Valencia will likely clinch an unexpected piece of the title By Cary OsborneSignal Sports Editor Two teams who came into the season as unlikely Foothill League champions are each a win away from the title. And both teams meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. at College of the Canyons when Valencia (5-4, 3-1) ... Read More
After running past West Ranch, Saugus will play for piece of Foothill title By Jon SteinSignal Staff Write The Saugus Centurions nearly used every weapon in their possession on Friday night when they took on West Ranch at College of the Canyons. Saugus used its bruising rushing attack to build an early lead and mixed ... Read More
Saugus makes less miscues than Golden Valley in ugly victory By Jon SteinSignal Staff Writer There’s no other way to put it — it was an odd night of football on Friday night at Canyon High between Golden Valley and Saugus highs.
Saugus takes advantage of Indians’ special teams’ problems By Joey GulinoSignal Assistant Sports Editor After 30 minutes of scoreless football, it came down to which team would make the first big mistake.Hart did. The Indians made two, actually. And Saugus didn’t let them go to waste. The Centurions struck for a pair of third-quarter touchdowns ... Read More