Burroughs remains perfect

July 16, 2005


Burroughs 2, North Hollywood 1: The Indians remained unbeaten in

their won Burroughs Summer League with a win against the Huskies at

Luther Burbank Middle School.

Burroughs is 4-0-1 and is in second place behind undefeated


Against North Hollywood, Indian Hector Castillo scored in the


sixth minute, as Bryant Castillo stole the ball, dribbled down the

right side and crossed to the far post where Castillo found the net.

After the Huskies tied the score in the second half, Burroughs

came back. In the 75th minute, Carlos Navarro scored on a rebound to

give the Indians the lead. Alfonso Saenz and Rudy Nava played well in


Burroughs 1, Taft 1: The Indians earned a tie Monday in a

Burroughs Summer League match at Luther Burbank Middle School.

After Taft took the lead, Burroughs was able to even the score in

the 79th minute on a goal from Bryant Castillo.


Media City Tribe: A group of local youth teams -- 16-and-under, 14 and 10-and-under -- finished a successful season, doing well in tough

competition across the state.

The 10-and-under squad of fifth-graders finished seventh in


All three teams competed in tournaments throughout California,

including East Bay Explosion's event in the Bay Area, where the

16-and-under group placed second and the 10-and-under taking third.

The 10-and-under tem also took second in the UPG Memorial Day

weekend tournament and won the Santa Barbara Classic the week before,

going 4-0.

While the other two teams have players from across the San

Fernando Valley and Los Angeles, the 10-and-under squad is comprised

almost entirely of Burbank residents. The team includes Tenika

Capouch, Kacee Cartee, Reilly Brennan, Gabriella Piniero, Nadine

Byers, Chyna Cotangco, Hunter Rickard, Rena Tomihara, Rishonda Napier

and Marilyn Flynn.

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