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January 15, 2005
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Burbank High girls' water polo Coach John Abdou didn't say his team was fortunate to win Thursday's nonleague contest against Crescenta Valley, but he knew his squad could have easily lost if it wasn't for three Falcon lapses. The Bulldogs escaped with a 9-8 victory at home, thanks in part, to CV missing three point-blank shots in the second half. With the Falcons (5-5) trailing by one in the waning seconds of the third quarter, they had a breakaway.
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NEWS
March 24, 2001
Tony Solorzano BURBANK TENNIS CENTER -- The streak lives. The Burbank boys' tennis team opened the Foothill League portion of its season with wits 104th straight league win, posting a 14-4 victory over Canyon Thursday. The win at the Burbank Tennis Center begins the Bulldogs' quest for their 14th straight league championship. Considering the Bulldogs (6-1) were without a doubles team and one of their top singles players, first-year Coach Steve Starleaf was pleased with the result.
NEWS
January 14, 2004
Jeff Tully The Burbank High girls' water team knew what to expect Tuesday when it took on visiting Alhambra Mark Keppel in the Almont League opener for both teams. The Bulldogs met the Aztecs on Dec. 4 in the first round of the Pico Rivera El Rancho Tournament and Burbank came away with a shutout. The outcome was the same in the second meeting, as the Bulldogs dominated the match and rolled to a 20-2 victory at Burroughs High. "Since we beat [Mark Keppel]
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | September 17, 2011
TORRANCE — It appeared the Burbank High football team had a tough struggle awaiting it Friday evening in a nonleague game at host South Torrance. The Spartans not only came into the contest ranked No. 2 in the CIF Southern Section Northwest Division, but the program is coming off a 2010 season in which it advanced to the division championship game. The Bulldogs braced for a challenging fight in their final nonleague game of the season and were up for the task, keeping step with South Torrance and even holding a lead late in the fourth quarter.
SPORTS
BY EDGAR MELIK-STEPANYAN | October 9, 2012
ARCADIA - Well, at least the Burbank High girls' tennis team won the final set of its match against host Arcadia on Tuesday. The Bulldogs cheered when the No. 1 doubles team of Dana Gibson and Veronica Mendoza won a tiebreaker against the Apaches' No. 3 duo, ending the match and sending both teams packing to go home. Prior to the final set, however, the Bulldogs did not have much to cheer about. That's because Arcadia proved once again that it has no rival in the Pacific League.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | January 13, 2010
BURBANK HIGH — Hoover High boys’ soccer Coach Kevin Cadenas knows what it’s like to play against Burbank High. As an athlete at cross-town rival Burroughs, Cadenas played his share of contests against the Bulldogs, even going up against current Burbank Coach Frank Chavez. In a Pacific League match Monday, Cadenas — in his first season — found out what it’s like to coach against a team from his home city, as his Tornadoes played at Burbank High.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | October 15, 2008
BURBANK HIGH — Loi Phan knew his players had it in them. The Burbank High coach realized his girls’ tennis team had the talent, the brains and the desire to be successful. It was only a matter of the Bulldogs getting tougher in the mental aspect of the game. Burbank proved it might have evolved into a complete package, as it has strung together some important Pacific League wins the last few weeks. The Bulldogs drove that point home Tuesday with a convincing 13-5 victory against cross-town rival Burroughs at Burbank High.
NEWS
March 19, 2005
Jeff Tully Burbank High Coach Rich Sarquiz realizes for his team to compete in the tough Foothill League, it will have to play more consistently. Although the Bulldogs had a few struggles Thursday in a nonleague match against San Gabriel, they played well enough to notch a 208-278 victory in nine holes at De Bell Municipal Golf Course. "We have been struggling with our consistency, but we are working on it," Sarquiz said. "We play well at times, but then we struggle at other times.
NEWS
February 14, 2004
Charles Rich John Abdou doesn't want to lose his two star players. The Burbank High girls' water polo coach won't have much say when Jessica Ullo and Evelin Setaghian graduate in June. For now, he's going to use them at full force in the playoffs. Ullo and Setaghian combined to score eight goals Wednesday to lead visiting Burbank to a 15-7 Almont League victory against cross-town rival Burroughs. The Bulldogs cemented second place in league behind Montebello -- ranked No. 7 in CIF Southern Section Division I. The utility drivers made it look easy for the Bulldogs (18-8, 8-2 in league)
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