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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | November 27, 2012
BURBANK HIGH - It might have been just the first game of the season, but the Burbank High girls' soccer team looked to be in mid-season form Tuesday against Monrovia The Bulldogs used crisp passing and sustained offensive pressure to completely frustrate the Wildcats. In addition, Burbank out hustled, continually won balls and was definitely the speedier team on the field. As a result, the Bulldogs were able to roll to a 6-2 nonleague victory at home. Burbank was bolstered by a fine performance from junior Dakota Briseno, who tallied a natural hat trick, with all three of her goals coming before the half-way point of the first half.
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By Gabriel Rizk | January 9, 2010
GLENDALE — Speed of play and an overall level of experience were the dominant factors in the Burroughs High girls’ soccer team’s 7-0 Pacific League victory over Glendale at Moyse Field on Friday afternoon. Quite simply, the Indians had both — in abundance — and the Nitros didn’t. Junior midfielder Hallie White, in just her second match of the season back from injury, scored a hat trick for the Indians, who also got a pair of goals from junior forward Amy Lopez.
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February 11, 2014
GIRLS' SOCCER Burbank 5, Glendale 0 : Clarissa Guerrero had a hat trick to pace the Bulldogs to a Pacific League victory on the road Tuesday. Melanie Tirado and Michelle Morales also tallied goals for Burbank (11-4-3, 9-3-1 in league). Burroughs 8, Muir 0 : The Indians were able to roll to an easy victory on the road Tuesday in a Pacific League contest. Seven players scored goals for Burroughs (8-9-2, 7-4-2 in league). Indians goalkeeper Taylor Bailey recorded her eighth shutout of the season.
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By By Hamlet Nalbandyan | December 10, 2005
HamletGIRLS' SOCCER: Burbank senior collects three goals and an assist in leading her team to 6-0 victory on the road. GLENDALE -- If anything, the Hoover High girls' soccer team had an opportunity to really practice its defense. Because, in Wednesday's nonleague match against visiting Burbank, that's about all the Tornadoes did. The Bulldogs spent most of the 80-minute match in Hoover's end, which explains their 6-0 victory against the up-and-coming Tornadoes. Burbank (2-2-1)
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 9, 2013
BURBANK - There were two contests in one taking place during Pacific League girls' soccer action at Burroughs Memorial Field on Wednesday afternoon. The first revolved around a brutish game in which both teams combined for three cards, two ejections, two warnings against the crowd and a physical level of play that perhaps neither the Bulldogs or Indians were aptly prepared. The second and most important, revolving around simple wins and losses and league standing, was perhaps lost in the above interference, as host Burroughs, which, behind a hat trick from junior striker Emma Pineiro, was victorious versus Pasadena, 4-0. “It was definitely a physical game and some of my girls are not used to that stuff,” Burroughs second-year Coach Eddie Garcia said.
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December 19, 2009
BOYS’ SOCCER Burbank 3, Glendale 0 : Jeffrey Earle notched his second hat trick in as many matches Friday to lead the Bulldogs to a Pacific League win on the road. The win keeps the Bulldogs (2-0) undefeated in league, as they have outscored league opponents, 6-0. Burbank 3, Muir 0 : Jeffrey Earle scored a hat trick for the Bulldogs to lead them to a win Wednesday in a Pacific League opener for both teams at Burbank.   GIRLS’ SOCCER Burroughs 7, Muir 0 : Tatiana Rizzotti and Haley O’Brien scored two goals each Friday to power the Indians to a Pacific League win at Memorial Field.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 22, 2013
BURBANK - A first half of frustration gave way to a second-half goal-scoring flurry for the Burbank High girls' soccer team Tuesday afternoon. Senior forward Maddie Carlborg led the charge for host Burbank, as the striker finished with a hat trick and had a foot in each goal, as Burbank responded with four unanswered scores en route to a 4-1 victory over Pasadena in Pacific League play. With the win, Burbank (11-6-1 overall, 6-1-1 in league) remained close with Arcadia (6-1-1)
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By Nathan Cambridge | February 7, 2013
GLENDALE - With a win against visiting Trinity Classical Academy in Heritage League play, the Providence High Pioneers could literally live up to their name and deliver the school its first boys' soccer league championship, and along with it, their first berth in the postseason. On Thursday at Sartoris Field at Glendale college, the Pioneers finished blazing their trail to that title with a convincing 3-1 victory to become the undefeated Heritage League champions. “It's great,” Providence Coach Kordo Doski said.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | December 27, 2013
GLENDALE - What could have very easily been labeled as a forgettable Friday was instead differently interpreted by Burroughs High first-year girls' soccer Coach Brady Riggs. His Indians struggled in both their matches of opening pool play action of the Los Tacos Holiday Festival Tournament at the Glendale Sports Complex, including dropping the afternoon contest, 5-0, versus Royal on a day in which the squad was outscored, 8-0. Yet, there wasn't much disappointment afterward, only some reflection.
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January 31, 2012
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Villanova Prep 46, Providence 27 : The Pioneers fell behind early and couldn't dig their way out in suffering a nonleague loss at home. Villanova is ranked No. 2 and Providence is tied for third in CIF Southern Section Division IV-AA. Providence (18-4) was outscored, 9-0, in the first quarter and trailed at the half, 17-10. The Pioneers were also outscored in the fourth quarter, 12-4. The team was eight-for-59 shooting. Bea Benedicto paced Providence with 13 points Teammate Catherine Saint added six points and Katia Dabbaghian had four steals.
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February 11, 2014
GIRLS' SOCCER Burbank 5, Glendale 0 : Clarissa Guerrero had a hat trick to pace the Bulldogs to a Pacific League victory on the road Tuesday. Melanie Tirado and Michelle Morales also tallied goals for Burbank (11-4-3, 9-3-1 in league). Burroughs 8, Muir 0 : The Indians were able to roll to an easy victory on the road Tuesday in a Pacific League contest. Seven players scored goals for Burroughs (8-9-2, 7-4-2 in league). Indians goalkeeper Taylor Bailey recorded her eighth shutout of the season.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | December 27, 2013
GLENDALE - What could have very easily been labeled as a forgettable Friday was instead differently interpreted by Burroughs High first-year girls' soccer Coach Brady Riggs. His Indians struggled in both their matches of opening pool play action of the Los Tacos Holiday Festival Tournament at the Glendale Sports Complex, including dropping the afternoon contest, 5-0, versus Royal on a day in which the squad was outscored, 8-0. Yet, there wasn't much disappointment afterward, only some reflection.
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By Nathan Cambridge | February 7, 2013
GLENDALE - With a win against visiting Trinity Classical Academy in Heritage League play, the Providence High Pioneers could literally live up to their name and deliver the school its first boys' soccer league championship, and along with it, their first berth in the postseason. On Thursday at Sartoris Field at Glendale college, the Pioneers finished blazing their trail to that title with a convincing 3-1 victory to become the undefeated Heritage League champions. “It's great,” Providence Coach Kordo Doski said.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 22, 2013
BURBANK - A first half of frustration gave way to a second-half goal-scoring flurry for the Burbank High girls' soccer team Tuesday afternoon. Senior forward Maddie Carlborg led the charge for host Burbank, as the striker finished with a hat trick and had a foot in each goal, as Burbank responded with four unanswered scores en route to a 4-1 victory over Pasadena in Pacific League play. With the win, Burbank (11-6-1 overall, 6-1-1 in league) remained close with Arcadia (6-1-1)
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 9, 2013
BURBANK - There were two contests in one taking place during Pacific League girls' soccer action at Burroughs Memorial Field on Wednesday afternoon. The first revolved around a brutish game in which both teams combined for three cards, two ejections, two warnings against the crowd and a physical level of play that perhaps neither the Bulldogs or Indians were aptly prepared. The second and most important, revolving around simple wins and losses and league standing, was perhaps lost in the above interference, as host Burroughs, which, behind a hat trick from junior striker Emma Pineiro, was victorious versus Pasadena, 4-0. “It was definitely a physical game and some of my girls are not used to that stuff,” Burroughs second-year Coach Eddie Garcia said.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | November 27, 2012
BURBANK HIGH - It might have been just the first game of the season, but the Burbank High girls' soccer team looked to be in mid-season form Tuesday against Monrovia The Bulldogs used crisp passing and sustained offensive pressure to completely frustrate the Wildcats. In addition, Burbank out hustled, continually won balls and was definitely the speedier team on the field. As a result, the Bulldogs were able to roll to a 6-2 nonleague victory at home. Burbank was bolstered by a fine performance from junior Dakota Briseno, who tallied a natural hat trick, with all three of her goals coming before the half-way point of the first half.
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BY JEFF TULLY, jeff.tully@latimes.com | February 10, 2012
BURBANK HIGH - Francisco Baez has done his share of damage in the Pacific League this season. Baez, a senior midfielder for the Burroughs High boys' soccer team, has helped lead the Indians to resurgence in the second half of league play. The speedy player's talents were on display once again Thursday in a league contest against host Burbank. Baez tallied a natural hat trick to propel the Indians to a 4-0 cross-town rivalry win against the Bulldogs. It was Baez' third hat trick in league this season.
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January 31, 2012
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Villanova Prep 46, Providence 27 : The Pioneers fell behind early and couldn't dig their way out in suffering a nonleague loss at home. Villanova is ranked No. 2 and Providence is tied for third in CIF Southern Section Division IV-AA. Providence (18-4) was outscored, 9-0, in the first quarter and trailed at the half, 17-10. The Pioneers were also outscored in the fourth quarter, 12-4. The team was eight-for-59 shooting. Bea Benedicto paced Providence with 13 points Teammate Catherine Saint added six points and Katia Dabbaghian had four steals.
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By Gabriel Rizk | January 9, 2010
GLENDALE — Speed of play and an overall level of experience were the dominant factors in the Burroughs High girls’ soccer team’s 7-0 Pacific League victory over Glendale at Moyse Field on Friday afternoon. Quite simply, the Indians had both — in abundance — and the Nitros didn’t. Junior midfielder Hallie White, in just her second match of the season back from injury, scored a hat trick for the Indians, who also got a pair of goals from junior forward Amy Lopez.
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December 19, 2009
BOYS’ SOCCER Burbank 3, Glendale 0 : Jeffrey Earle notched his second hat trick in as many matches Friday to lead the Bulldogs to a Pacific League win on the road. The win keeps the Bulldogs (2-0) undefeated in league, as they have outscored league opponents, 6-0. Burbank 3, Muir 0 : Jeffrey Earle scored a hat trick for the Bulldogs to lead them to a win Wednesday in a Pacific League opener for both teams at Burbank.   GIRLS’ SOCCER Burroughs 7, Muir 0 : Tatiana Rizzotti and Haley O’Brien scored two goals each Friday to power the Indians to a Pacific League win at Memorial Field.
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