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October 2, 2009
BELL-JEFF VS. FRAZIER MOUNTAIN   WHEN : 7 p.m. today.   WHERE : Memorial Field (Burroughs High).   RECORDS : The Guards are 2-1; the Falcons are 2-0.   LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff lost to Malibu, 20-18; Frazier Mountain defeated Desert Christian, 49-9.   OUTLOOK : The Guards, who opened the season with two impressive wins, will be looking to rebound after falling last week for the first time this season. Frazier Mountain can put points on the board, as the team has scored 84 points in two games.
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March 27, 2004
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD Saugus 83, Burroughs, 53: The Indians won six events Thursday in their Foothill League opener on the road. Thomas Kyle was first in the 100 (11.2 seconds) and second in the 200 (23.5) and Matt Patterson was first in the triple jump (41 feet) and second in the 400 (53.8). GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD Saugus 91, Burroughs 44: Karina Passi was a triple winner Thursday in the Indians' Foothill League opener on the road. Passi won the 100 hurdles (17.5 seconds)
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By Emin Avakian | October 7, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD? Brenden Alferez proved to the Bellarmine-Jefferson High coaching staff that the football team now has two capable quarterbacks. With starting quarterback Philip Diaz still recovering from a concussion sustained in the previous week?s game against Frazier Mountain, Alferez got the start for the Guards in Saturday night?s nonleague contest against Crean Lutheran South at Memorial Field. Alferez delivered by completing eight of 11 passes for 139 yards and three touchdowns in a 47-0 victory.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | May 17, 2013
BURBANK - Having proven to be one of the elite teams in CIF Southern Section Division VII over the last several seasons, the Bellarmine-Jefferson softball team is looking to put its mark on Division VI. The Guards reached the Division VIII championship contest the past two seasons before being moved up this year. PHOTOS: Bell-Jeff vs. Frazier Mountain softball Bell-Jeff passed its first postseason test Thursday, as Monique Landini came within a double of recording a cycle to help the second-seeded Guards register a 10-1 home victory against Frazier Mountain in an opening-round contest at Gross Park.
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By Emin Avakian | October 2, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD — Bellarmine- Jefferson High football Coach Rolando Aguirre found out some things about his team Saturday night. He found out that his offense goes nowhere without starting quarterback Philip Diaz, who had to be taken to the hospital after suffering an injury early in the Guards’ nonleague contest with Frazier Mountain. And it didn’t help matters when running back Alex Davidians injured his ankle, turning him into a non-factor. “I lost my starting quarterback and my starting running back, so we had to change the game plan,” said Aguirre, after a 52-14 loss at Memorial Field.
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By Jeff Tully | October 1, 2008
BURBANK — Daniel Radoccia didn’t begin the season as the starting quarterback for the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football team. However, the senior might have proven he is a worthy first-stringer following a big performance Friday on the road. Although Radoccia only completed four passes, most of them came on big-yardage plays, as Bell-Jeff came from behind to earn a 20-19 nonleague victory against Frazier Mountain. “Radoccia came up for us big time,” Guards Coach Rolando Aguirre said.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | May 17, 2013
BURBANK - Having proven to be one of the elite teams in CIF Southern Section Division VII over the last several seasons, the Bellarmine-Jefferson softball team is looking to put its mark on Division VI. The Guards reached the Division VIII championship contest the past two seasons before being moved up this year. PHOTOS: Bell-Jeff vs. Frazier Mountain softball Bell-Jeff passed its first postseason test Thursday, as Monique Landini came within a double of recording a cycle to help the second-seeded Guards register a 10-1 home victory against Frazier Mountain in an opening-round contest at Gross Park.
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By Emin Avakian | October 7, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD? Brenden Alferez proved to the Bellarmine-Jefferson High coaching staff that the football team now has two capable quarterbacks. With starting quarterback Philip Diaz still recovering from a concussion sustained in the previous week?s game against Frazier Mountain, Alferez got the start for the Guards in Saturday night?s nonleague contest against Crean Lutheran South at Memorial Field. Alferez delivered by completing eight of 11 passes for 139 yards and three touchdowns in a 47-0 victory.
SPORTS
October 2, 2009
BELL-JEFF VS. FRAZIER MOUNTAIN   WHEN : 7 p.m. today.   WHERE : Memorial Field (Burroughs High).   RECORDS : The Guards are 2-1; the Falcons are 2-0.   LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff lost to Malibu, 20-18; Frazier Mountain defeated Desert Christian, 49-9.   OUTLOOK : The Guards, who opened the season with two impressive wins, will be looking to rebound after falling last week for the first time this season. Frazier Mountain can put points on the board, as the team has scored 84 points in two games.
SPORTS
By Emin Avakian | October 2, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD — Bellarmine- Jefferson High football Coach Rolando Aguirre found out some things about his team Saturday night. He found out that his offense goes nowhere without starting quarterback Philip Diaz, who had to be taken to the hospital after suffering an injury early in the Guards’ nonleague contest with Frazier Mountain. And it didn’t help matters when running back Alex Davidians injured his ankle, turning him into a non-factor. “I lost my starting quarterback and my starting running back, so we had to change the game plan,” said Aguirre, after a 52-14 loss at Memorial Field.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | October 1, 2008
BURBANK — Daniel Radoccia didn’t begin the season as the starting quarterback for the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football team. However, the senior might have proven he is a worthy first-stringer following a big performance Friday on the road. Although Radoccia only completed four passes, most of them came on big-yardage plays, as Bell-Jeff came from behind to earn a 20-19 nonleague victory against Frazier Mountain. “Radoccia came up for us big time,” Guards Coach Rolando Aguirre said.
NEWS
March 27, 2004
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD Saugus 83, Burroughs, 53: The Indians won six events Thursday in their Foothill League opener on the road. Thomas Kyle was first in the 100 (11.2 seconds) and second in the 200 (23.5) and Matt Patterson was first in the triple jump (41 feet) and second in the 400 (53.8). GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD Saugus 91, Burroughs 44: Karina Passi was a triple winner Thursday in the Indians' Foothill League opener on the road. Passi won the 100 hurdles (17.5 seconds)
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