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May 5, 2001
Tony Solorzano OLIVE PARK -- The first time the Burroughs and Hart softball teams hooked up for a Foothill League game, the school from Santa Clarita barely escaped with a one-run win. Thursday, Hart, which was nationally ranked and is the No. 3 team in CIF Southern Section Division II, had a little easier time, coming away with a 4-1 win. Hart pitcher Casey Pickard scattered four hits in picking up the ...
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June 30, 2001
Sang Lee GLENDALE -- Many fans probably strolled out of Glendale's Stengel Field on scratching their heads. They might have thought they went to see a baseball game, but instead, witnissed one of the most evocative and perplexing events since the recent U.S. presidential election. But this time, there were no recount. St. Francis won the Mickey Mantle League game Thursday, 13-12, in the bottom of the seventh inning when Drew Nance crossed home plate courtesy of a Billy Pinkerton base hit. But as the run was being scored, there were no Golden Knights greeting Nance's arrival.
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June 20, 2001
Sang Lee RESEDA -- For one sticky-hot afternoon, the Burroughs' baseball team finally cooled off. The Indian sluggers stepped into the field at Cleveland High having won four straight Valley Invitational League games in which they scored 39 runs. But on Sunday, somehow the unassuming Cavalier pitching staff found a way to silence Burroughs' bats. And before they knew it, the Indians were in a pitchers' battle, resulting in a 1-0 win. Gladly stepping up to the challenge were the Indian aces: Mike Diaz, Bryan Sheehey and Mike Silva, who did well.
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July 11, 2001
Sang Lee SUN VALLEY -- Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball Coach Eli Essa and assistant Roger Normile studied film of Harvard-Westlake High preceding its Village Christian Summer League game with the dominant squad. The coaches watched the mistakes other teams made against Harvard-Westlake and used the knowledge to create a special game plan that would help slow down the mighty Wolverines. But when the game began something happened that Essa and Normile could not predict: their team forgot everything it had worked on. The sudden lapse resulted in a 69-25 victory Monday for Harvard-Westlake, which improved its record to 22-3.
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July 11, 2001
Sang Lee SUN VALLEY -- It might become a running theme throughout the 2001-2002 season for Providence High's boys' basketball team, that it will live and die by the long ball. Monday night's convincing 55-37 victory against Flintridge Prep at Village Christian School was one of the better days for Providence this summer. The Pioneers were deadly from long range, as they shot nine for 21 from beyond the three-point line in a Village Christian Summer League game.
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April 30, 2005
Jeff Tully Burroughs High came into Friday's Foothill League game with rival Burbank with a depleted baseball team. The Indians suited up just 12 players, and had to call up two athletes from lower-level teams to fill out the squad. Despite the disadvantage, Burroughs still managed to defeat the Bulldogs, 5-4, earning a win at home. -- BOX SCORE -- -- Burbank 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 -- 4 7 6 Burroughs 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 5 4 2 -- -- Burbank IP R ER H BB K M. Sarabia 6 5 4 4 6 8 -- -- Burroughs IP R ER H BB K Collard 7 5 3 7 3 13 -- -- WP - Collard (5-5)
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February 26, 2003
Jim Riggio PROVIDENCE HIGH -- Meeting team goals is something the Providence High girls' basketball team has focused on this season. The Pioneers accomplished one goal by notching 20 victories, and another by winning only the second CIF Southern Section playoff game in the program's history. However, getting past the second round of the Division IVAA playoffs was one task the Pioneers could not accomplish, as they were defeated, 62-27, Saturday by Cerritos Valley Christian at Providence High.
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February 22, 2003
Jeff Tully With just one postseason victory in the history of the program, the Providence High girls' basketball team didn't have an impressive track record in the CIF Southern Section playoffs. However, led by a seasoned core of seniors, the Pioneers pushed history aside Thursday and defeated Ventura St. Bonaventure, 50-43, in a Division IVAA opening-round game at Providence. The Pioneers will play at 7:30 tonight in a second-round game at home.
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July 10, 2002
Sang Lee It was an epic battle of mini proportions. Burbank's 9- and 10-year-old All-Star Team was featured in an opening-round clash with Tujunga in a Little League District 16 Tournament game that featured a little of everything. There were hits aplenty Monday, wild pickles, unfortunate errors and enough drama to make most big league games look tame. But after the score went back and forth and the dust finally cleared at Tujunga Field, the Burbank players could wipe off the dirt from their uniforms with pride after a 9-7 loss to two-time champions.
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December 5, 2001
Garrett Uribe PROVIDENCE HIGH -- When Rolling Hills Prep sophomore Curtus Allen opened the game's with a thundering slam-dunk, the Providence High boys' basketball team knew it was in for a tussle. Picking up the gauntlet, the Pioneers held the Huskies back for more than three quarters before a Rolling Hills rush did them in, 68-55, in the final game of the Paul Sutton Tip-Off Classic Saturday at Providence High. "Despite losing, I think we rose to the challenge," Providence co-coach Paolo Velasco said.
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