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October 10, 2009
BELL-JEFF VS. SILVER VALLEY ? ? WHEN : 7 p.m. today. ? WHERE : Memorial Field (Burroughs High). ? RECORDS : The Guards are 3-2; the Trojans are 0-4. ? LAST WEEK : Bell-Jeff defeated Crean Lutheran South, 47-0; Silver Valley lost to Xavier Prep, 41-12. ? OUTLOOK : This is the second game in a row the Guards will face a team that has yet to chalk up a win this season. Silver Valley has had its share of problems on offense, as it averages just eight points a game.
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By Jeff Tully | April 29, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD — If everything goes right, Tuesday’s Burbank-Burroughs track meet was the last rivalry contest run on the old dirt track at Memorial Field. “That’s what they told us last year,” Indians Coach John Peebles said. With construction underway at Burbank, and if everything goes according to plan, its new all-weather track is expected to be completed in time for next season. Burroughs’ new facility is expected to follow, as both schools will eventually have new synthetic tracks.
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February 11, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burroughs High boys’ soccer team had to defeat Muir Tuesday if it wanted to stay in the running to win its second straight Pacific League title. That’s just what the Indians did, winning, 4-0, at Memorial Field. “We finally played 80 minutes of soccer,” Indians Coach Mike Kodama said. The victory kept Burroughs (12-6-6, 7-2-1 in league for 18 points), in first place, one point ahead of Pasadena and Crescenta Valley. The Indians received goals from Luis Felix, Michael Solano, Derek Olson and Gilen Guenther.
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By Jeff Tully | January 17, 2009
MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burbank High girls’ soccer team had relied on its defense a great deal this season. Although the Bulldogs have their share of fine scoring threats, it is their defense that has caused problems for opponents on more than a few occasions. Burroughs experienced that defensive muscle first hand Friday, as the Bulldogs kept the Indians from mounting any legitimate scoring threats in notching a 2-0 Pacific League win at Memorial Field. The Burbank (11-4, 5-1)
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By Jeff Tully | December 20, 2008
MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burroughs High girls’ soccer team will head into its winter break a little happier after its performance Friday. Hoover, on the other hand, will likely start its vacation on a less joyful note. After a lackluster start for both teams, the Indians were able to pump up their intensity in the second half to earn a 5-1 Pacific League victory at Memorial Field. Burroughs Coach Elias Garcia’s team will be off for the holidays and won’t play again until Jan. 7 in a league match against Glendale.
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By Kristopher Wayne | December 3, 2008
MEMORIAL FIELD — Fresh off its first CIF Southern Section playoff win since 1954, the Bellermine-Jefferson football team was looking to make a little more history against Linfield Christian. However, the Bell-Jeff offense couldn’t find its rhythm Saturday in a Northeast Division quarterfinal game. Luckily for the Guards, their defense kept them in the game early, but it found itself on the field for long stretches of the second half, as the Lions ended Bell-Jeff’s season with a 26-0 victory at Memorial Field.
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By Jeff Tully | November 29, 2008
MEMORIAL FIELD — The Burbank High football team was trying to notch its second straight stunning postseason victory in as many weeks. For more than three quarters Friday, it looked as if the Bulldogs were well on their way to accomplishing that monumental feat. However, turnovers and penalties finally caught up to Burbank in the fourth quarter, as West Covina scored 28 unanswered points late in the game to earn a 49-28 CIF Southern Section Southeast Division quarterfinal win at Memorial Field.
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By JEFF TULLY | November 15, 2008
It has served as a field of dreams for many football players and coaches for six decades. It has also been a place where more than a few nightmares were realized. Since the 1940s, Memorial Field on the campus of Burroughs High has served as the home venue for the Indians, as well as Burbank High. In recent years, even Bellarmine-Jefferson has called its cozy confines home. Every November, the field is also the site of the ongoing cross-town rivalry contest between the two schools.
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By Charles Rich | November 1, 2008
MEMORIAL FIELD — The Hoover and Burbank high footballs teams were even for one quarter during their Pacific League contest at Burroughs High on Thursday night. After that, Burbank broke the stalemate while scoring at will the rest of the game on offense and defense. In need of a victory to get back into the playoff picture, Burbank rolled to a 55-0 win. The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Bulldogs (4-4, 2-3 in league). Hoover saw its losing skid swell to 18 by dropping to 0-8, 0-5. Burbank, which entered the game in fifth place in league and one game behind Arcadia, Burroughs and Glendale, got a pair of rushing touchdowns from sophomore running back Ulises Ochoa to get back into the postseason hunt with two games remaining in the regular season.
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