Bellarmine-Jefferson d. Hoover, 25-17, 25-11, 25-14: The Guards rolled to an easy nonleague win Thursday at home.
Mariah Bankhead paced Bell-Jeff with nine kills to go along with two blocks. Teammate Taryn Nelson added three kills and 14 digs, Brianna Hillo had five kills and Amanda Malloof tallied 14 assists.
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Burbank 21, San Marino 8: The Bulldogs came on in the final three quarters to earn a nonleague victory Tuesday afternoon at home.
The Titans only trailed, 5-2, after one quarter, but saw their deficit grow to 11-4 at halftime and then 16-7 after three quarters.
Burbank's David Nazanan led the Bulldogs with nine goals.
Burroughs 18, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 7: Daniel Mairena tallied seven goals Tuesday to pace the Indians to a nonleague win at home.
Kevin Ueno added four goals and Casey Ueno had three for Burroughs. In goal, Dillon Weigand made 11 saves.
Burbank: Bulldogs sophomore Irene Maemura is off to a successful start of the season, capturing medalist honors in three of Burbank's last four matches.
In a nonleague contest Thursday against Golden Valley at Hansen Dam Golf Course, Maemura wasn't the medalist but she still turned in a strong effort, finishing with a three-over-par 40. Teammate Tess Apinchapong had a 43 and Alexis Poche had a 56.
Facing West Ranch in a nonleague match Wednesday at Vista Valencia Golf Course, Maemura fired an even-par 33 for the lowest score of the contest. Apinchapong had a 44, Alexis Poche had a 55, Susie Miller had a 69 and Caitlin McGrath had a 61.
Against West Ranch Tuesday at Hansen Dam Golf Course, Maemura shot a one-under-par 35 to win medalist honors. Apinchapong had a 43 and Poche improved by 13 strokes from the day before to end with a 58.
Burbank faced Canyon on Aug. 28 in a nonleague match at De Bell Golf Club. Maemura earned medalist honors by firing a one-under-par 36. Apinchapong had a 49.
Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they lost all four matches.