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By Jeff Tully | March 28, 2009
BURBANK — The Burroughs High baseball team was hoping to come back with some wins after taking part in the Gateway Festival tournament in Arizona. The Indians did get the victories, going 4-0 in the competition outside of Tucson. However, the squad also has something else to show for the tourney — some newfound camaraderie. “We are definitely coming back a much closer team than when we left,” Burroughs Coach Tom Crowther said. “This has been a great bonding experience for us and it has made us closer as a group.
NEWS
July 2, 2005
The following information was taken from police reports: SOUTH SAN FERNANDO DISTRICT 100 block of east Angeleno Avenue: A 36-year-old Bozeman, Mont., woman reported to police Wednesday that a pouch containing diamond earrings valued at $6,500 had been taken from a hotel room. 600 block of Main Street: An employee at a handyman business reported to police Tuesday that miscellaneous tools valued at $3,000 had been taken. MEDIA DISTRICT WEST 4200 block of Sarah Street: A 36-year-old Burbank man reported to police Thursday that his car had been broken into and a stereo valued at $250 had been taken.
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May 14, 2008
BURBANK ? The Burroughs High baseball team made a statement in its opening CIF Southern Section Division II playoff game. Pitcher Kyle Hart threw a complete game and the Indians exploded for three runs in the first inning to earn a 9-1 win against host Westminster in a wild-card game. ?I?m real proud of the way the guys came out and played [Tuesday],? Burroughs Coach Tom Crowther said. ?We hit the ball well.? The win puts Burroughs (15-11) into a first-round game at 3:15 p.m. Friday against host Vista Murrieta, the No. 3 seed.
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July 19, 2003
De Bell to host city golf championship De Bell Municipal Golf Course will be the site of the first Burbank City Amateur Golf Championship Sept. 26-28. Players will vie for $10,000 in cash and prizes. To take part in the event, players need to be established with either the Southern California Golfers' Assn., the Southern California Public Links Golf Assn. or the United States Golf Assn. The entry fee is $115 and the event will feature two divisions -- a championship flight, which is open to all ages, and a class flight, which will features players 18 and older.
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September 25, 2004
SUTTON Barry and Kathy Dantagnan of Burbank have announced the engagement of their daughter, Kristin, to Steve Sutton of Bozeman, Mont. Kristin graduated from Alemany High School, attended Loyola Marymount University, where she received her degree in psychology and completed her education at Dominican College in San Rafael, where she received her master's in educa- tion and a teaching credential. Steve is the son of Nancy Sutton of Signal Mountain, Tenn.
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 23, 2008
GLENDALE — When the Hoover High baseball team defeated Burroughs back in late March, it marked the beginning of a two-game skid that dropped the Indians under .500 in the Pacific League. With that loss far behind it, Burroughs entered Tuesday’s rematch as the hottest team in the league, having won five straight league games to claw back into a tie for second place. With Juan Aguirre’s bases-loaded walk-off single through a drawn-in infield in the bottom of the seventh, however, the Tornadoes were able to sting the Indians with another big defeat, 10-9, to sweep the season series and pull into a tie for third place with Burroughs.
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By Grant Gordon | March 22, 2008
BURROUGHS HIGH ? There was nothing pretty about Friday afternoon?s Pacific League baseball tilt between Crescenta Valley High and host Burroughs. Whether it was controversial umpiring, bad intentions or the lopsided score, it got a little ugly, as the Falcons stormed past the Indians, 16-3, in a six-inning game ended early due to the mercy rule. Crescenta Valley pounded out 17 hits en route to its fourth straight victory. Indeed, hitting was contagious for the reigning league champs.
NEWS
July 19, 2008
Matt Ashby, Crescenta Valley, Junior, Outfielder Second-team All-Pacific Leaguer hit .426 with 19 runs. ? Oscar Aguirre, Hoover, Senior, Infielder Hit .439 with 17 RBI and tallied 2.88 ERA with 65 Ks in just over 58 innings. ? Nick Bozeman, Burroughs, Junior, Utility Second-team All-Pacific League selection hit .358 with 21 runs and 20 RBI and had 2.56 ERA. ? Mark Chodas, Flintridge Prep, Senior, Infielder First-team All-Prep Leaguer hit .444 with 22 runs and 19 RBI. ?
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By Jeff Tully | March 28, 2009
BURBANK — The Burroughs High baseball team was hoping to come back with some wins after taking part in the Gateway Festival tournament in Arizona. The Indians did get the victories, going 4-0 in the competition outside of Tucson. However, the squad also has something else to show for the tourney — some newfound camaraderie. “We are definitely coming back a much closer team than when we left,” Burroughs Coach Tom Crowther said. “This has been a great bonding experience for us and it has made us closer as a group.
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