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Pioneers set marks

April 24, 2010


Providence in Delpic League Meet: Four school records were broken Thursday in the meet at Santa Monica City College.

Marylin Petrov finished first and set new marks in the girls’ 100 meters (12.69 seconds) and the 100 hurdles (16.71).

Jaii Jiang finished second and set a new record in the girls’ 1,600 (6:01) and Adam Petys was third in the boys’ 1,600 in a record-breaking time of 4:55. Jiang also won the 3,200 (13.03).

Burroughs vs. Arcadia: The Indians dropped both portions of the Pacific League meet Thursday at Memorial Field.

While the boys’ fell, 83-53, the girls also lost, 87-48.

On the boys’ side, Devin Rojas was a double winner, taking the 100 meters (11.4 seconds) and the 200 (23.2). Other winners included the 4x100 relay team of Matt Volland, Rojas, Bo Faunce and Ariel Larios (45.4), Danny Garcia in the 110 hurdles (17.8), Austin Allen in the pole vault (14 feet), Alejandro Rosas in the 300 hurdles (43.4) and Larios, Volland, Devin Rojas and Allen in the 4x400 relay.


On the girls’ side, Paris Vaughn was a double winner in the 200 (27.3) and the long jump (15-2) and Daniela Salinas took the 100 hurdles (17.5) and the 300 hurdles (49.6). Shannon Kermah won the triple jump (34-8).


Burbank 24, Muir 1: The Bulldogs improved to 10-10, 4-3 with the Pacific League victory Friday on the road.

The game was called after five innings because of the 10-run mercy rule.

Daniel Starkand got the win, striking out three in four innings. Stanford-bound Lonnie Kauppila came in relief to pitch the fifth inning.

McCauley Taylor blasted a two-run home run for his fifth of the season. Teammate Ramy Hariz had two doubles, scored three runs and knocked in a run.

The Bulldogs jumped on the Mustangs early, scoring seven runs in the first inning. They added nine runs in a big third inning in the 17-hit effort.

Arcadia 6, Burbank 1: The Bulldogs couldn’t hold on to an early lead Thursday in a Pacific League loss at home.

Burbank took a 1-0 lead in the first inning, but the Apaches erased the lead with two runs in the third. They added four run in the seventh.

Dylan Mersola had two singles and Lonnie Kauppila, Brandon Zepada and David Goldberg had singles for Burbank.

Pacific Palisades 7, Burbank 3: Despite a two-for-three effort by Brandon Zepeda, the Bulldogs fell Wednesday in a nonleague game on the road.

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