April 12, 2009


Burroughs 12, Hoover 2 (5 innings): The Indians (12-3, 5-1 in Pacific League) continue to roll, as they won their ninth straight game on Friday afternoon at Hoover High.

Ryne Kahikina went the distance, allowing just three hits and two unearned runs — all of them on a muddy field after the field’s automatic sprinklers turned on — while striking out seven to improve to 5-0.


John Schwer delivered the biggest blow, hitting a three-run third-inning home run to make it 4-0. Schwer scored two runs and stole a base in the game.

Sean Kahikina had two hits, a run and a stolen base, while AJ Dupree had two hits, two runs and an RBI. Erik Suarez and Kyle Hart also had two runs each, with Hart providing a two-run triple, as well.


Burroughs 10, Glendale 8: The Indians improved to 5-3 in the Pacific League with Thursday’s win, as they took eight of nine singles sets.


Burroughs 83, Hoover 48: Double-winner Danny Cruz led a balanced effort for the Indians in a Pacific League dual meet on Wednsday at Burroughs.

Cruz won the 100-meter race in 11.15 seconds and the long jump with a mark of 19 feet 9 inches. Western Nelson won the 1-mile race in 4:30.37 and Anthony Monroy took first in the 2-mile in 10:04.88, while Chris Morris won the 400 (51.44) and Josh Velandria won the 300 hurdles (41.12).

Austin Allen took first in the pole vault (13 feet) and Ronald Reyes won the high jump (5-10), as Burroughs improved to 5-0 and 3-0 in league.

Crescenta Valley 107, Burbank 19: Greg Dotson finished second in the 800 for the Bulldogs Wednesday in a Pacific League tri-meet with host Crescenta Valley and Glendale. Dotson clocked 1 minute 58 seconds to finish just behind Zack Torres (1:57.7).

The Bulldogs also suffered an 81-36 loss to Glendale.


Burroughs 108, Hoover 24: The Indians improved to 2-3 and 2-1 in league with a win in a home Pacific League dual meet on Thursday.

Monique Martinez won the 1-mile race in 5 minutes 35.56 seconds and the 800 in 2:33.14, while also competing on the winning 4x100 relay (51.56) along with Emely Garcia, Alicia Seta and Jennifer Auproux.

Taryn Campos was also a double-winner in the 400 (1:01.62) and the 200 (26.37) and Ava Elong won the shot put (29-11) and the discus (73-8 1/2 ).

Vivian Ochoa won the 2-mile in 12:39.94.

Other field victories included Kelly Bonner in the pole vault (8 feet), Paris Vaughn in the high jump (4-8) and Kiara Booker in the long jump (14-11 1/2 ).


Burroughs 10, Hoover 1: Brittni Spear finished with a double and a triple and drove in two runs Thursday to spark the Indians in a Pacific League contest.

Katie Budrick had two hits and drove in a pair of runs for Burroughs (7-6, 5-1 in league). Emily Odio also had two hits and two RBI, while Quinn Rodriguez got the win and struck out 13.

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