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NEWS
January 12, 2005
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Valencia 60, Burbank 59: The Bulldogs had a chance to win the Foothill League game Tuesday night on he road, but they couldn't get their final shot to fall, as the Vikings came from behind to win. "Our girls really played tough," said Burbank Coach Paul Kim, whose team is 13-6, 1-1 in league. "I really thought we were going to win it, but we couldn't get the last basket." Valencia's Dayvionne Weathersby scored the game-winning basket with just under 10 seconds remaining.
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NEWS
December 6, 2003
Jeff Tully Just four games into the season, the Burbank High boys' basketball team can take solace in the fact that it already has more wins than it had a year ago. The Bulldogs had a chance to double their wins on Friday in the consolation championship game of their own 35th annual Bulldog Tip-Off Classic. However, Burbank fell behind early and lost to Agoura, 66-40. The loss comes a day after the Bulldogs (1-3) got their first win of the season, as they defeated San Gabriel Gabrielino, 69-53, in a consolation-round game.
NEWS
September 14, 2002
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan This is what high school football is all about. Intense, nail-baiting moments. Teenagers playing for pride and bragging rights. Coaches drawing up schemes and strategizing against an opponent's strengths and weaknesses. The La Canada-Burbank season-opening nonleague contest Friday had all that -- and a lot more. The Bulldogs staged a fourth-quarter rally, driving the length of the field to score with 49 seconds left to ensure a 14-10 victory at Memorial Field.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | November 8, 2008
MEMORIAL FIELD — It was a game the Burbank High football team had to win. There was no holding back for the Bulldogs in their contest against Arcadia on Friday. The locals went into the Pacific League well aware of the obvious scenario: lose and kiss the postseason good-bye. Sparked by a touchdown in final two minutes of the game and three interceptions by Cody Cardenaz, Burbank came back to stake a 29-22 victory at Memorial Field. “This was a big game, no doubt,” said Cardenaz, who also scored a touchdown on a 12-yard pass.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | October 17, 2007
BURBANK HIGH — When a team gives its opponent multiple man-advantage opportunities, often it will suffer the consequences. The Glendale High boys’ water polo team found out the hard way Tuesday afternoon while competing against host Burbank in a key Pacific League match. Burbank capitalized on five of seven man-advantages chances to record a 13-9 victory. The Bulldogs (8-11, 3-2 in league) also killed off five Glendale advantage chances — including a two-man disadvantage midway through the first quarter — to go up one match on the Nitros (6-9, 2-3)
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | March 21, 2007
MCCAMBRIDGE PARK — Following its defeat in the teams' early-season nonleague meeting a year ago, the Crescenta Valley High softball team couldn't wait for its rematch with Burbank. Evidently, the feeling was not mutual on the part of the Bulldogs. Burbank looked lost at the plate against Falcons pitcher Kali Cancelosi, and after a couple of rough innings in the field, the Bulldogs' body language suggested they wished they were elsewhere. The result was a 16-1 mercy-rule-shortened, five-inning Pacific League victory for Crescenta Valley at Burbank's McCambridge Park.
SPORTS
By Dylan Kruse | February 6, 2008
BURBANK HIGH — The Glendale High girls’ water polo team has made a habit of stirring fourth-quarter comebacks this season, and Burbank was well aware of that, having weathered one earlier in the season. So, when the Nitros pulled to within a goal midway through the fourth period of Tuesday’s Pacific League Tournament semifinal contest, the Bulldogs didn’t panic. Instead, host Burbank went to its workhorse, Paula Moren, for a clutch goal and held on down the stretch for a 9-6 victory against Glendale.
SPORTS
By By Rick Assad | February 8, 2006
RickBOYS' BASKETBALL: In a night that honored former Burbank title teams, Burroughs comes out on losing end of Foothill League game, 64-51.BURBANK HIGH -- Burbank High boys' basketball fans had reason to celebrate Tuesday night -- twice. Not only did the host Bulldogs defeat cross-town rival Burroughs in a Foothill League game, 64-51, but the school's faithful were treated to a halftime event that honored the 1965 and '67 league-champion squads. Although they are not headed to the playoffs, Burbank and senior Arno Mardyan can take solace in the fact they defeated the Indians, who are headed to the CIF Southern Section postseason The 5-foot-7 Mardyan dropped in a game-best 24 points, handed off four assists and had three steals.
SPORTS
By By Jeff Tully | January 28, 2006
tullyGIRLS' WATER POLO: After sluggish first half, Burbank comes back strongly in second to topple visiting Burroughs, 13-6, in an Almont League match. BURBANK HIGH -- Many from Burbank and Burroughs highs were surprised that the Bulldogs held just a two-goal halftime lead in their Almont League cross-town rivalry match. The Indian program was shaken up when its coach left after the start of the season, and the players have shown tremendous perseverance, learning a new system from a new coach.
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