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November 2, 2002
Jeff Tully For Burbank High girls' tennis Coach Larry Lambert, he said he still thinks his Bulldog squad is the best team in the Foothill League. He holds to that opinion even after Burbank defeated Saugus, 15-3, at the Burbank Tennis Center to finish third in league. "I really think we were the best team in the league this season and we should have won the championship," said Lambert, whose team failed to win the title for the first time in four seasons.
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BY EMIN EVAKIAN | July 17, 2012
BURROUGHS HIGH - With its summer league season dwindling down, the Burbank girls' basketball team is looking to finish strong in hopes of repeating last year's memorable, and record-breaking, run. And with four starters returning, Coach Bruce Breeden is optimistic that his team will be ready for another fine campaign. Not looking too far ahead, though, Tuesday afternoon's tilt with Saugus in the team's latest summer league game at Burroughs High saw the Bulldogs play to a sloppy in the first half before putting it together in the second half en route to a 40-24 victory.
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October 16, 2002
Jeff Tully BURROUGHS AT SAUGUS WHEN: 7:30 p.m. WHERE: College of the Canyons. RECORDS: The Indians are 3-2; the Centurions are 1-4. LAST WEEK: Burroughs lost to Crescenta Valley, 13-12; Saugus defeated St. Francis, 31-16. OUTLOOK: When it comes to landing a spot in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, this is a game the Indians will likely have to win. The Foothill League opener should be a measuring stick for Burroughs, which has played well during nonleague action.
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November 6, 2004
Jeff Tully The last thing Burroughs High football Coach Keith Knoop wanted was for his team to be winless in the Foothill League heading into the final game of the season. However, with a tough 21-17 league loss Friday in the waning seconds against Saugus at Memorial Field, that is just what the Indians are facing in their season finale next week. After being dominated by the Burroughs defense all game, the Centurions were able to pull out the victory on a touchdown with five seconds left.
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November 3, 2004
BURBANK VS. HART WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Thursday. WHERE: College of the Canyons in Valencia. RECORDS: The Bulldogs are 3-5, 0-3 in league; the Indians are 5-3, 2-1. LAST WEEK: Burbank lost to Saugus, 34-7; Hart lost to Valencia, 29-10. OUTLOOK:Burbank gets the unlucky draw to have to face Hart after the Indians had their worst Foothill League outing in 13 seasons last week. The loss to Valencia gave Hart its first league loss since 1990, snapped the team's 65-game league win streak and likely knocked the Indians out of winning their 14th straight league championship.
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October 27, 2004
BURBANK VS. SAUGUS WHEN: 7:30 p.m. Thursday. WHERE: College of the Canyons in Valencia. RECORDS: The Bulldogs are 3-4, 0-2 in league; the Centurions are 4-3, 0-2 LAST WEEK: Burbank lost to Valencia, 35-7; Saugus lost to Canyon, 28-26. OUTLOOK: Time is running out for Burbank if it hopes to secure one of three guaranteed CIF Southern Section Division II playoff spots from the Foothill League. In fact, to do so, the Bulldogs would have to run the table the rest of the season, beating not only the Centurions, but powerhouse Hart, Nov. 4, and cross-town rival Burroughs, Nov. 12. However, there is a chance the fourth-place team from league could get an at-large berth into the postseason.
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By By Rick Assad | November 5, 2005
RickFOOTBALL: Indians come back but can't topple Saugus in a 22-14 league loss on the road.VALENCIA -- After eight games, the Burroughs High football team had a losing record, but would have found itself in postseason contention with a favorable bounce here and there Friday night. In a Foothill League game against Saugus at College of the Canyons, once again key penalties hurt the Indians, who could have applied for a CIF Southern Section Division II at-large berth with a win against Saugus and a victory Thursday against Burbank.
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January 25, 2003
GIRLS' WATER POLO Bell Gardens 22, Burbank 12: The Bulldogs received four goals from Jessica Ullo on Thursday in an Almont League match at Burroughs High. "They were just better than we were," said Burbank Coach John Abdou, whose team is playing in the Oxnard Tournament today. Burbank (7-4, 2-2 in league) remains in third place in league. Bell Gardens is ranked 10th in CIF Southern Section Division I. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Saugus 62, Burroughs 30: The Centurions prevented the Indians from posting their first Foothill League win of the season Tuesday by defeating Burroughs at home.
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BY EMIN EVAKIAN | July 17, 2012
BURROUGHS HIGH - With its summer league season dwindling down, the Burbank girls' basketball team is looking to finish strong in hopes of repeating last year's memorable, and record-breaking, run. And with four starters returning, Coach Bruce Breeden is optimistic that his team will be ready for another fine campaign. Not looking too far ahead, though, Tuesday afternoon's tilt with Saugus in the team's latest summer league game at Burroughs High saw the Bulldogs play to a sloppy in the first half before putting it together in the second half en route to a 40-24 victory.
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By Cary Osborne, Special to the Leader | September 1, 2011
CANYON COUNTRY — Burroughs senior running back Zander Anding was a one-man gang for the Burroughs High football team all Thursday night against Saugus High at Canyon High. In the nonleague Zero Week game, Anding scored on carries of 72 and 66 yards and added an 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown with 10:32 to play in the fourth quarter. But one mistake changed the complexion of the game. Saugus cornerback Scott Hamilton jarred the ball out of Anding's hands with 2:59 remaining in the fourth quarter.
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By Jeremy Curtis, Special to the Leader | June 15, 2011
BURBANK HIGH — It's seldom that a game ends this way. It's rare that such a scenario even presents itself at all. There were two outs in the bottom of the seventh — and final — inning. The Burbank High baseball team managed a comeback rally against visiting Saugus, tying the game at 4 moments earlier. The right-handed Harrison Hernandez, a junior third baseman, who fittingly wears No. 44, stepped into the batter's box for the Bulldogs, with runners on second and third.
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By Emin Avakian, Special to the Leader | February 20, 2011
BURBANK — The Burroughs High girls' basketball squad is headed to the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 2-AA playoffs. Powered by a suffocating defense that surrendered just one field goal in the first half, the Indians will now meet Inglewood in the quarters after getting by Saugus, 52-34, at Burroughs Saturday night. "Our defense was solid," said Indians Coach Vicky Oganyan, A Glendale High graduate, who has now guided the team to the furthest its been during her seven-year run at the helm.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | September 3, 2010
VALENCIA — Trying to get his team prepared for its attempt to win its second straight Pacific League championship, Burroughs High football Coach Keith Knoop scheduled a challenging nonleague schedule. In consecutive weeks the Indians take on Saugus, Canyon and Hart, running a gauntlet of former Foothill League foes. What makes the trio of games even more difficult for the locals is that they have to play them all on the road. Burroughs opened the season Friday with a nonleague Zero Week game against the Centurions at College of the Canyons.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | August 17, 2010
The three area high school football teams will get an early start to their seasons this year. For the first time, Burbank, Burroughs and Bellarmine-Jefferson highs will partake in Zero Week games. That means competition will begin in just 16 days for the Indians and Bulldogs — who open on Sept. 3 — and in 17 days for the Guards — who open on Sept. 4. The majority of teams in the Southern Section will begin their seasons with games the following week. The locals will be participating in a handful of so-called early games played in the Southern Section.
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By Jeff Tully | February 16, 2008
BURBANK — For years, Burroughs and Saugus did battle with one another as members of the Foothill League. However, when the Indians moved to the Pacific League two seasons ago, the teams’ league rivalry cooled off. Burroughs and Saugus renewed that rivalry Friday in a first-round game of the CIF Southern Section Division IIA playoffs. Unfortunately for the Indians, they weren’t able to topple their former league mates, losing, 72-53, at Saugus High. It was a quick exit for the Indians (13-14)
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By Jeff Tully | December 8, 2007
LA CAÑADA HIGH — Goalkeeper Alex Escobar has been nothing short of hot this season for the Burroughs High boys’ soccer team. In the team’s first three matches, Escobar posted three shutouts and the Indians were victorious in their three contests. Unfortunately for Escobar, he gave up a goal Friday against Saugus in a semifinal match of the 16th annual Ralph Brandt Tournament. However, he made up for it big time. Escobar stopped two Centurions attempts in a shootout, as Burroughs earned a 1-1 (3-2 in the shootout)
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December 5, 2007
GIRLS? SOCCER Burbank 1, La Cañada 0 : The Bulldogs made the most of their season opener Monday, defeating the Spartans in the first round of the Duarte Tournament at Durate High. Burbank?s Kristina Amela scored in the 31st minute on an assist from Natalie Burns for the lone goals of the contest. It was the first lost for the Spartans (3-1). ? BOYS? SOCCER Burroughs 1, North Hollywood 0 : Junior forward Cameron Collier scored the winning goal on an assist from Luis Felix to pace the Indians to a pool-play win Saturday in the 16th annual Ralph Brandt Tournament at Memorial Field.
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By Grant Gordon | April 19, 2006
McCAMBRIDGE PARK ? Fortunes have definitely turned the wrong way for the Burbank High softball team. Five days from a nailbiting one-run loss to archrival Burroughs, Burbank saw the other end of the losing spectrum, as it lost to visiting Saugus via the mercy-rule in five innings, 10-0, in Tuesday afternoon's Foothill League game at McCambridge Park. "I don't think the Burbank team showed up today," said Bulldog Coach Jana Kovar, whose team fell to 11-3, 1-2 in league and has now lost consecutive games after an 11-1 start.
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