Pioneers have power surge

April 22, 2009


Providence 18, Animo 3: The Pioneers had a fine offensive output Monday to earn the nonleague victory.

Providence also received a fine effort from pitcher Bronwyn Stewart, who tossed a three-hitter, striking out eight and walking two.

On offense, the team was paced by Michelle Longtain, who had two hits, drove in three runs and scored twice.

Ariane Lebrillo had an RBI, three stolen bases and scored three times, Caitie Guttry had two RBI and scored twice and Emily Guerrero had two RBI.


Burbank 10, Hoover 0: Megan Schafer came up big Tuesday for the Bulldogs in leading them to a Pacific League win at Hoover in a game that was called after five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule.

Schafer got the win in the circle, striking out three. She also went four for four at the plate.

Burroughs 6, Arcadia 3: Pitcher Quinn Rodriguez went the distance Tuesday, striking out six, to lead the Indians to a Pacific League victory at Arcadia.

Katie Budrick had two hits, Lizzy Peters and Angela Parker drove in two runs each and Brittni Spear scored two runs for Burroughs.


Burbank 14, Muir 1: The Bulldogs dominated the Pacific League game Friday on the road.

Chris Mott pitched the first three innings and left the game with a 6-1 lead. Brian Herrera pitched in middle relief and Chase Mersola threw the last three innings and recorded five strikeouts. The three combined to hurl a three-hitter.

Brandon Dawson and Mott each had run-scoring doubles, Spencer Montan had two singles and drove in a run and Greg Koll was two for three with a walk.

Burbank had eight hits in the game.


Burbank vs. Glendale: The Bulldogs swept Tuesday’s Pacific League meet on the road, winning, 105-65, on the boys’ side and winning, 97-72, on the girls’ side.

James Berman paced the boys, winning the 200- and 500-meter races (no times available).

For the girls, Sara Puranan won the 50 freestyle (28.40 seconds).

Burbank Leader Articles Burbank Leader Articles