MEMORIAL FIELD — On a night when Burroughs High celebrated by inducting a group into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame, the Indians football team was hoping to do a little celebrating of its own Friday with a nonleague game against North Hollywood.
It appeared Burroughs was well on its way, taking advantage of Huskies miscues early and building a two-touchdown lead by halftime.
But North Hollywood dominated the second half, scoring 19 straight points and punching in the winning touchdown with 2:07 left, leaving the Indians to ponder a 19-14 loss at Memorial Field.
The loss leaves Burroughs (0-2) still searching for its first win of the season after suffering a loss last week to Paraclete, 35-10.
"We should have beaten them, 48-0," Burroughs Coach Keith Knoop said. "We lose, 19-14, because we couldn't capitalize on situations, and we get turnovers, and we get penalties and we gave up a big pass play. You're young and it shows. We are super young. We got 30-something juniors and one sophomore."