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By Nathan Cambridge | March 15, 2014
BURBANK- The Burroughs High baseball team hosted Malibu, ranked No. 5 in CIF-Southern Section's Division VI, for a day-night doubleheader at Tomahawk Field on Saturday. By the end of the day, the Indians had used a combination of timely hitting, savvy play and poor Malibu defense to sweep both ends of the twin bill from the Sharks to embark on their first win streak of the young season. Game one ended in a bizarre sequence that gifted Burroughs a 5-4 win and dealt Malibu its first loss of the season before a 9-3 win in the second game.
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By Mario Aguirre, mario.aguirre@latimes.com | September 24, 2011
NORTH HOLLYWOOD — The first play from scrimmage Friday was indicative of how the rest of the evening would pan out for the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football team. The Guards surrendered a 39-yard scoring pass following a 40-yard kickoff return and they suffered a 49-12 nonleague loss to visiting Malibu at North Hollywood High. In all, Bell-Jeff (2-2) yielded three touchdowns on the first play of Malibu drives, though the latter two came with the game out of reach in the second half.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | October 5, 2012
MALIBU - Over the course of its first five games of the season, the Bellarmine-Jefferson football team has been in more than a couple of high-scoring shootouts. The Guards have had enough firepower to win a couple of them, including last week's one-point win over Pasadena Poly in which both team combined for 99 points, but on Friday, Bell-Jeff's defensive vulnerabilities caught up with it. Despite scoring four touchdowns, the Guards' offense fizzled with four turnovers and their defense was unable to pick up any of the slack against host Malibu, which established a new school scoring record at Bell-Jeff's expense in a 58-40 nonleague loss.
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By Kristopher Wynne | September 24, 2008
MALIBU — The Bellermine- Jefferson football team seemed a step or two behind their opponent on both sides of the ball against Malibu. The result was a 23-8 nonleague loss Saturday afternoon on the road. Malibu (2-0) used key Bell-Jeff (1-2) turnovers and a potent running game to keep the Guards defense on the field for long stretches throughout the game. Malibu gained 441 yards of total offense to Bell-Jeff’s 260, which proved to be the deciding factor in the game.
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April 23, 2003
Jackson Bell is the news assistant for the News-Press and Burbank Leader. After sitting through "Malibu's Most Wanted," actor Jamie Kennedy's most recent foray into frivolity, my only thought was "by whom?" The painfully unfunny story is set in the most famous and prestigious beach community in the United States, where Kennedy's "B-Rad" Gluckman, an over-privileged Jewish kid, is enamored by black hip-hop culture and has suggestively modeled himself after rapper Eminem.
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March 11, 2006
Masterani-Walland Valerie Jean Masterani of Burbank and Joseph Frank Walland of Mentor, Ohio, were married at Stauffer Chapel in Malibu. The Rev. Ronald David Beams officiated. Ginny Linenberger was the matron of honor. Serving as bridesmaids were Kristen Karanikolas, Emily Stepp, Tara Slidell, Aycan Palazoglu, Jill Stonerock, Jody Walland and Jennifer Steinberg. Hannah Crook was the flower girl. Robert Weiler Jr. was the best man. The ushers were Andrew Tuzzolino, Jacob Fuller, Darrick Linenberger, Jake Borden, Erik Johnson, Peter Sarantos and Myron Steinberg.
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October 2, 2009
BELL-JEFF VS. MALIBU     WHEN : 7 p.m. today.   WHERE : Memorial Field (Burroughs High).   RECORDS : The Guards are 2-0; the Sharks are 0-1.   LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff defeated Mountain View, 33-0; Malibu lost to Channel Islands, 17-0.   OUTLOOK : The Guards come into the game ranked No. 4 in the CIF Southern Section Northeast Division. The squad is playing the first of six straight games at Memorial Field after being on the road for its first two contests.
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September 21, 2011
BELL-JEFF VS. MALIBU WHEN : 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE : North Hollywood High. RECORDS : The Guards are 2-1; the Sharks are 1-2. LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff defeated Rosamond, 27-18; Malibu defeated St. Monica, 17-3. OUTLOOK : After a rough start in their season-opening game — a 12-8 loss to Flintridge Prep — the Guards have been able to notch two straight victories. In just two games, Bell-Jeff has been able to equal its win output of 2010, when it went 2-8. One reason for the success the last two games has been the play of junior running back Joshua Martinez , who has been on a tear.
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By Nathan Cambridge | March 15, 2014
BURBANK- The Burroughs High baseball team hosted Malibu, ranked No. 5 in CIF-Southern Section's Division VI, for a day-night doubleheader at Tomahawk Field on Saturday. By the end of the day, the Indians had used a combination of timely hitting, savvy play and poor Malibu defense to sweep both ends of the twin bill from the Sharks to embark on their first win streak of the young season. Game one ended in a bizarre sequence that gifted Burroughs a 5-4 win and dealt Malibu its first loss of the season before a 9-3 win in the second game.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | October 5, 2012
MALIBU - Over the course of its first five games of the season, the Bellarmine-Jefferson football team has been in more than a couple of high-scoring shootouts. The Guards have had enough firepower to win a couple of them, including last week's one-point win over Pasadena Poly in which both team combined for 99 points, but on Friday, Bell-Jeff's defensive vulnerabilities caught up with it. Despite scoring four touchdowns, the Guards' offense fizzled with four turnovers and their defense was unable to pick up any of the slack against host Malibu, which established a new school scoring record at Bell-Jeff's expense in a 58-40 nonleague loss.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | October 2, 2012
BURROUGHS VS. CRESCENTA VALLEY WHEN : 7 p.m. Thursday. WHERE : Moyse Field (Glendale High). RECORDS : The Indians are 1-4, 1-1 in the Pacific League; the Falcons are 3-2, 1-1. LAST WEEK : Burroughs defeated Glendale, 24-7; Crescenta Valley defeated Pasadena, 17-14. OUTLOOK : The Indians, the three-time defending Pacific League champions, will be facing a Crescenta Valley team that is coming off a big league win last week against Pasadena. The Falcons' defense played a big part in the win, holding the Bulldogs to one touchdown through almost the entire game until the Bulldogs scored their second TD with seven seconds left.
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By Mario Aguirre, mario.aguirre@latimes.com | September 24, 2011
NORTH HOLLYWOOD — The first play from scrimmage Friday was indicative of how the rest of the evening would pan out for the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football team. The Guards surrendered a 39-yard scoring pass following a 40-yard kickoff return and they suffered a 49-12 nonleague loss to visiting Malibu at North Hollywood High. In all, Bell-Jeff (2-2) yielded three touchdowns on the first play of Malibu drives, though the latter two came with the game out of reach in the second half.
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September 21, 2011
BELL-JEFF VS. MALIBU WHEN : 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE : North Hollywood High. RECORDS : The Guards are 2-1; the Sharks are 1-2. LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff defeated Rosamond, 27-18; Malibu defeated St. Monica, 17-3. OUTLOOK : After a rough start in their season-opening game — a 12-8 loss to Flintridge Prep — the Guards have been able to notch two straight victories. In just two games, Bell-Jeff has been able to equal its win output of 2010, when it went 2-8. One reason for the success the last two games has been the play of junior running back Joshua Martinez , who has been on a tear.
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By Jeremy Curtis, Special to the Leader | September 28, 2010
MALIBU — With a relatively simple offensive change, an identity was found, drives were sustained and points were put up in droves. It took four games of experimenting with different formations and players switching positions, but in Saturday's nonleague game at Malibu High, the Bellarmine-Jefferson football team found the answer to their previous anemic offensive woes. Bell-Jeff coach Rolando Aguirre dropped his double-wing and shotgun sets in favor of a traditional power-I formation package.
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By Emin Avakian | October 2, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD — If Bellarmine-Jefferson High quarterback Philip Diaz has this kind of game while battling sickness, then upcoming opponents have a lot to worry about when they face a healthier signal caller. Unfortunately, despite a fine effort, Diaz couldn’t rally the Guards to victory. Diaz led a potent air attack with 355 passing yards and three touchdown passes, but it was two key interceptions from the first-year starter that did the Guards in, as they fell to the visiting Sharks, 20-18, in a nonleague game Saturday at Memorial Field.
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October 2, 2009
BELL-JEFF VS. MALIBU     WHEN : 7 p.m. today.   WHERE : Memorial Field (Burroughs High).   RECORDS : The Guards are 2-0; the Sharks are 0-1.   LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff defeated Mountain View, 33-0; Malibu lost to Channel Islands, 17-0.   OUTLOOK : The Guards come into the game ranked No. 4 in the CIF Southern Section Northeast Division. The squad is playing the first of six straight games at Memorial Field after being on the road for its first two contests.
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