Division consideration time of 1 minute 32.96 seconds.
The effort beat a team from Hart, which finished second.
"It was the first time in the last three years that Hart has not
swept the relays," Burbank Coach Adam Wright said.
Davis had a fine meet, as he finished second in the 200 freestyle
(1:51.35) and was third in the 100 freestyle in 50.24.
Other top finishers were: Simonian in 200 individual medley
(third; 2:07.93) -- earning a CIF consideration time -- and the 100
butterfly (third; 57.12), and Soo Ho Park in the 200 freestyle
(fourth; 1:55.88) and the 500 freestyle (fifth; 5:25.77).
For Burroughs, Ian Ortega swam a CIF consideration time in the 100
butterfly, finishing second in 56.69.
Foothill League final: The Burroughs swimmers had some fine
efforts Thursday in the event at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center.
Olga Sepa swam CIF Southern Section Division I consideration times
with a fourth-place finish in the 100 freestyle in 55.9 seconds and a
third-place effort in the 200 individual medley in 2:16.14.
Sepa -- who already qualified for the postseason in the 100
backstroke -- teamed up with Caitlin Howison, Val Dutra and Audrey
Akcasu to qualify in the 200 freestyle relay, as the Indians came in
third in 1:46.63.
For Burbank, Stacy Hishinuma placed sixth in the 200 freestyle in
2:10.15, and set a school record in the 100 backstroke, as she
finished third in 1:05.94.
Howison placed third in the 100 butterfly in 1:06.42.
Foothill League final: Neither Burroughs or Burbank qualified
their teams for Monday's CIF Southern Section Northern Team
The Indians and Bulldogs also didn't qualify any individuals for
In the league final Thursday at Harding Golf Course, David Cape of
Hart was named the most valuable player, as he shot an even-par
two-day total of 144.
The two-day final champion was Hart's Joe Greiner, who fired a
three-under-par 139. The other qualifier is Tony Pauling of Hart, who
had a 145.
Burroughs' Jeff Looby shot a 150, Ray Batarina had a 162, Austin
Radaker had a 158 and Paul Lundquist had a 160.
In the fifth league match Wednesday, Hart won the event to capture
the team championship at the Wilson Golf Course.
Valencia finises second in league, Saugus is third, Burroughs is
fourth, Canyon is fifth and Burbank is sixth.
David Cape won low-medalist honors, shooting a three-under-par 69.
For Burroughs, Looby had a 72, Radaker, Batarina and Lundquist had
78s, Troy Fleiner had an 83 and Mitchell Johnson had an 84.
For Burbank, Con O'Connor shot an 81, Jon Goglia had an 85, Dan
Park had an 87, Ben Lees had a 91 and Andy Mouron had a 95.