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SPORTS
September 22, 2007
•  WHEN : 7 p.m. today. •  WHERE : Memorial Field. •  RECORDS : The Guards are 2-1; the Eagles are 0-2. •  LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff lost to Flintridge Prep, 21-14; Marshall lost to Pasadena Poly, 39-20. •  OUTLOOK : The Guards will be looking to rebound after suffering their first loss of the season last week against Flintridge Prep. Bell-Jeff will be facing a Marshall team that has had its troubles this season.
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NEWS
February 26, 2000
Andrew Kushner NORTH HOLLYWOOD -- After winning its first playoff game in school history, the Providence High girls' basketball team was hoping it could keep rolling along aginst Santa Ana Calvary Chapel High in the quarterfinals of the CIF Division IVA playoffs. However, Calvary Chapel proved to be too much for the Pioneers to handle, as they outscored Providence by 29 points in the first three quarters to run away with a 49-33 win Thursday at Oakwood High in North Hollywood.
NEWS
February 3, 2001
Karen S. Kim BURBANK -- When Cecelia "Ceci" Stratford's boyfriend suggested in 1975 that she start taking flying lessons, he probably didn't figure that her love for flying would last much longer than her love for him. "I started taking flying lessons, and I got hooked," Stratford said. "I broke up with him, but I stuck with the flying." Since then, the 57-year-old Burbank resident has been flying recreationally with a private pilot's license over most of the Western United States and has owned her own plane for 15 years.
NEWS
September 17, 2003
BURBANK VS. WEST HILLS CHAMINDAE WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Memorial Field at Burroughs High. RECORDS: The Bulldogs are 1-0; the Eagles are 0-1. LAST WEEK: Burbank defeated La Canada, 28-0; Chaminade lost to Simi Valley Royal, 32-7. OUTLOOK: Probably the most important thing Burbank took away from last week's opening-season victory was a big boost of confidence. After a slow start in the first half, the Bulldogs pumped up their offense in the second half and easily turned back the Spartans.
SPORTS
By Emin Avakian, Special to the Leader | September 10, 2010
WEST HILLS — It took less than 30 seconds for Burbank High quarterback Adam Colman to find Jose Rodriguez in stride for an 80-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, that was the lone bright spot on offense Friday night in a nonleague game against host Chaminade, which dominated both sides of the ball en route to a 37-6 victory. The Eagles (1-0) — ranked No. 3 in the CIF Southern Section Western Division — brushed off the touchdown by the Bulldogs — No. 1 in the Southeast Division — with one of their own less than two minutes later, and had already put up 30 on the scoreboard before Colman and Rodriguez prevented the shutout.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | May 23, 2007
BURBANK — The college baseball careers of seniors Kyle Williams and Mike Diaz have been extended — for at least a couple of more games. The Burroughs High graduates, who play for Cal State Los Angeles, are members of a team that won two big games last weekend to advance to the NCAA Division II Baseball Championship. The event, which takes place in Montgomery, Ala., will begin with first-round games on Friday. The Golden Eagles (43-15-1) will open play in Bracket One against Tampa (49-10)
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | September 15, 2007
WEST HILLS — For the first half Friday it its nonleague game against Chaminade High, Burbank looked like a world-beater, as the Bulldogs were poised to pull off one of the biggest upsets in program history. Using a swarming defense, some trickery and inventive play-calling, the Bulldogs came out in the opening minutes and smacked the Eagles right between the eyes. Although Burbank held a seven-point lead against its ranked opponent after two quarters, the Bulldogs sputtered in the second half, opening the door for Chaminade.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | May 13, 2006
BURBANK ? The Providence High boys' volleyball team was hoping to vie for the Liberty League championship this season. However, the Pioneers couldn't have imagined that they would end up with a third-place league finish, leaving them with a road match against a league champion in the postseason. Despite their disappointing regular-season finish, the Pioneers are determined to do well in CIF Southern Section Division V competition, and hopefully make a deep playoff run. Providence took a giant step in achieving that goal Friday when it dismantled host Pilibos, 25-11, 26-24, 25-12, in an opening-round match that took 54 minutes.
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