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By Jeff Tully | December 10, 2008
BURBANK HIGH ? Just call the Burbank High girls? soccer team a fast starter. For the second straight season, the Bulldogs captured a tournament championship to open their season. Burbank defeated San Jacinto, 3-1, Monday to win the Norte Vista Tournament title in Riverside. In 2007, the Bulldogs won the championship of the Duarte Tournament. ?Our defense is playing real well right now,? said Burbank Coach Loi Phan, whose squad is 5-0. ?We are starting to gel as a team, and that showed in the championship.
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By Jeff Tully | May 30, 2009
BURBANK ? The local high school softball teams were knocked out of the postseason more than a week ago. Burbank, Burroughs, Bellarmine-Jefferson and Providence did all qualify for the CIF Southern Section playoffs, but the teams combined to go 0-4. Although no local teams were able to win any games in the playoffs, some area players are still enjoying a fine postseason run as members of Village Christian. Six residents have helped the Crusaders put together an impressive season, as the team advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals with a 4-0 win Thursday in a quarterfinal contest against host San Jacinto.
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May 19, 2004
Jeff Tully The Bellarmine- Jefferson High baseball team had a plan when it scheduled its nonleague games. Early in the season, the Guards played nonleague contests against Lake Isabella Kern Valley, Malibu Kilpatrick, North Hollywood Campbell Hall, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian and Acton Vasquez, schools that all qualified for the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs. It was Coach Hector Perez's philosophy that by taking on tough competition, the Guards would be ready to face the best the division had to offer in the playoffs.
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October 2, 2009
How ironic that convicted arsonist Raymond Lee Oyler was just recently sentenced to death for starting the deadly 2006 Esperanza fire that killed five U.S. Forest Service firefighters in the San Jacinto Mountains. That fire destroyed more than 50 structures, including 30-plus homes, and burned more than 61 square miles. Maybe Oyler’s death sentence itself could have deterred the unidentified Station fire arsonist if the story had received page-one placement — particularly above the fold, so it could have caught the would-be arsonist’s malevolent eye even while in the display rack, instead of the page A3 report that it actually got in the Los Angeles Times.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 19, 2010
CHINO HILLS — On the eve of the biggest round of her career, Tammy Panich didn't get much sleep. The Glendale Community College women's golfer said she slept for about five hours in between planning ahead for her final round of the California Community College Athletic Assn. Women's Golf State Championships on Tuesday. Panich shook off the lack of sleep and stepped to the forefront in the biggest moment in her career. Panich fired an even-par 74 to finish tied for first with Kayla Riede of Sacramento City College, but won in a card-off to capture the state crown at Los Serranos Country Club's North Course.
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By Robert Phipps | December 2, 2009
Life is tough. We’re all tested from time to time, especially those in positions of power. Politicians, police officers, lawyers, judges, heads of governmental departments, business leaders — even heads of churches — are regularly seen in news reports for breaches of ethics, or violations of law. On Nov. 13, the Associated Press reported that a former Louisiana congressman was sentenced to 13 years in prison for taking bribes....
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By Jeff Tully | June 6, 2007
BURBANK ? For Burbank and Burroughs highs, this past baseball season was all about breaking dry spells. For Bellarmine-Jefferson, however, the 2007 campaign involved keeping an important streak going. And as for Providence, it was a year the Pioneers would likely rather forget. With three teams advancing to the CIF Southern Section postseason, the Bulldogs, Indians and Guards put together promising seasons. With that success, the squads were able to land their share of players on the all-league teams in their respective league.
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By Jeff Tully | May 30, 2009
BURBANK ? The local high school softball teams were knocked out of the postseason more than a week ago. Burbank, Burroughs, Bellarmine-Jefferson and Providence did all qualify for the CIF Southern Section playoffs, but the teams combined to go 0-4. Although no local teams were able to win any games in the playoffs, some area players are still enjoying a fine postseason run as members of Village Christian. Six residents have helped the Crusaders put together an impressive season, as the team advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals with a 4-0 win Thursday in a quarterfinal contest against host San Jacinto.
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By Jeff Tully | December 10, 2008
BURBANK HIGH ? Just call the Burbank High girls? soccer team a fast starter. For the second straight season, the Bulldogs captured a tournament championship to open their season. Burbank defeated San Jacinto, 3-1, Monday to win the Norte Vista Tournament title in Riverside. In 2007, the Bulldogs won the championship of the Duarte Tournament. ?Our defense is playing real well right now,? said Burbank Coach Loi Phan, whose squad is 5-0. ?We are starting to gel as a team, and that showed in the championship.
NEWS
May 19, 2004
Jeff Tully The Bellarmine- Jefferson High baseball team had a plan when it scheduled its nonleague games. Early in the season, the Guards played nonleague contests against Lake Isabella Kern Valley, Malibu Kilpatrick, North Hollywood Campbell Hall, Bermuda Dunes Desert Christian and Acton Vasquez, schools that all qualified for the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs. It was Coach Hector Perez's philosophy that by taking on tough competition, the Guards would be ready to face the best the division had to offer in the playoffs.
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