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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | October 2, 2009
SIMI VALLEY — Maybe practice is overrated. Despite not practicing for a week because of unhealthful conditions caused by the nearby brush fires, the Burbank High football team didn’t look like it needed the extra work in Friday’s season opener. The Bulldogs pounded host Simi Valley for 301 yards rushing, en route to a dominating 32-6 nonleague victory that gave Burbank first-year Coach Hector Valencia plenty of reason to smile. “It was nice how the kids put it together,” said Valencia, a Burbank graduate and former player.
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By Seth Amitin | October 6, 2007
MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burbank High football team had to wait five games to finally play at home. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, the homecoming was not what they had hoped for. Burbank turned the ball over six times and lost to Pasadena, 48-18, Thursday in a Pacific League game at Memorial Field. The loss drops Burbank to 5-0 (0-2 in league). Despite the lopsided score, the game wasn’t so one-sided early on. Burbank held a 6-0 lead and everything looked to be heading in its favor.
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By Kristopher Wayne | November 15, 2008
SUN VALLEY — Bellarmine- Jefferson High come up short. Something had to give Friday night when the Guards met St. Geneveive at Poly High with the Santa Fe League championship on the line. Coming in with identical records, the table was set for the Guards to win their second consecutive league title, and their third crown in four years. However, St. Geneveive had other ideas, confusing Bell-Jeff with a spread-option offense spearheaded by dual-threat junior quarterback Christopher Navarro,who lead the Valiants to a 24-12 win to steal the title from Bell- Jeff.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 28, 2012
MEMORIAL FIELD - Hector Valencia's message to the Burbank High football team was clear after its Friday night game with Arcadia. The Bulldogs coach warned his team the rest of the Pacific League would take notice of what happened at Memorial Field, and would likely be gunning for them when they heard how they marched the ball down the field offensively and shut down the Apaches defensively en route to a 41-20 victory to improve to 3-2, 2-0 in...
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | September 15, 2011
CANYON COUNTRY - At least the Burroughs High football team has some time to relax now. After three grueling nonleague games to start out the season - and three losses - the Indians have a bye next week and don't return to action until Sept. 30 when they open Pacific League play at Pasadena. Burroughs' latest setback came Thursday night when they were defeated by Hart, 24-13, at Canyon Country Canyon High. Burroughs also lost to Saugus to open the season, as well as Canyon Country Canyon last week.
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By Jeff Tully | October 3, 2013
BURBANK - Opposing football teams have had trouble keeping up with the Burbank High offense this season. PHOTOS: Burbank vs. Pasadena football The Bulldogs run a hurry-up offense and the players run up to the line of scrimmage to try to get plays off within five seconds. That formula has served Burbank well so far. In a Pacific League game Thursday against Pasadena, the visiting Bulldogs got a taste of just how difficult it is to get set up to try and contain the high octane offensive attack.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | October 2, 2009
SIMI VALLEY — Maybe practice is overrated. Despite not practicing for a week because of unhealthful conditions caused by the nearby brush fires, the Burbank High football team didn’t look like it needed the extra work in Friday’s season opener. The Bulldogs pounded host Simi Valley for 301 yards rushing, en route to a dominating 32-6 nonleague victory that gave Burbank first-year Coach Hector Valencia plenty of reason to smile. “It was nice how the kids put it together,” said Valencia, a Burbank graduate and former player.
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