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May 22, 2010
BASEBALL Vasquez 15, Bellarmine-Jefferson 0 : The Guards had a tough time in suffering a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round loss Friday afternoon on the road. Bell-Jeff, which placed third in the Santa Fe League, finishes the season with an 11-7 record. Against the Mustangs (17-2) ? a freelance team and the No. 4 seed ? the Guards got hits from Mitch Kellogg, Patrick Haney Matt Landini and Martin Pinedo. ?We played against a very good team and a very good pitcher,?
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By Jeff Tully | June 6, 2009
BURBANK — As a three-year starter for the Crespi High baseball team, resident Austin Walker has enjoyed his share of personal accomplishments. Whether it’s earning all-league honors, delivering a big hit or coming up with a diving play in the infield to save a run, the junior is no stranger to success. However, all of his personal acclaim takes a back seat to what’s really important to the young man. “It’s really all about the team,” said Walker, a starting third baseman for the Celts.
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By Jeff Tully | February 20, 2008
BURROUGHS HIGH — When Burroughs High girls’ basketball Coach Vicky Oganyan first went to research her team’s first-round postseason opponent, she realized her Indians were in for a tough fight. Burroughs had to take on an accomplished squad in Woodbridge in the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs. But playing a talented first-round opponent is nothing new for the Indians, who have had rough draws the last three years after finishing second in league.
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By Jeff Tully | February 20, 2008
BURBANK — The Burbank High girls’ basketball team has enjoyed its share of quality victories this season. However, none was bigger than the Bulldogs’ win Saturday in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs. Burbank hit the road and came away with an impressive 50-45 victory against Riverside Poly. The win puts the Bulldogs (20-8) into a tough second-round game against Foothill today. However, Burbank will have the advantage of playing the 7:30 p.m. contest at home.
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By Charles Rich | February 23, 2008
BURBANK HIGH — They rapidly went from a six-win season to 20 with almost the same team. For the members of the Burbank High girls’ basketball team, they achieved an extra incentive: competing in the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs. Burbank saw its season conclude Wednesday night with a 63-47 home loss to fourth-seeded Foothill in a second-round contest. For the Bulldogs, who finished the campaign at 20-9 after a third-place showing in the Pacific League behind Muir and cross-town rival Burroughs, the ability to participate in the playoffs proved to be a selling point for the team’s future.
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February 21, 2004
Coach thinks team hasn't gotten respect When the CIF Southern Section Division I girls' water polo pairings were released on Monday, Burbank High Coach John Abdou was a little disappointed with his team's first-round draw. However, once Abdou got to thinking about his team's opening opponent, the more upset he got, and the more angry he became over what the coach perceived as a slap in the face to his Bulldogs in the playoffs. The Bulldogs had to travel to Santa Ana Thursday to take on No. 2-seed Foothill, a talented team with a potent offense.
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February 16, 2005
Jeff Tully In two previous appearances in the CIF Southern Section Division girls' water polo playoffs, Burbank High has failed to win a match. With 21 wins this season and a second-place finish in the Almont League -- behind powerhouse Montebello -- the Bulldogs were hoping to get a little respect in this year's postseason with a decent first-round pairing, and a chance to get a victory. However, after the pairings were released Monday, Burbank might just be called the Rodney Dangerfield of Division I. No respect.
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February 18, 2004
Jeff Tully Burbank High girls' water polo Coach John Abdou doesn't claim to be able to predict the future. However, the Bulldogs' mentor had a strong premonition about which school his team might play in the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. "I just knew that we were going to play [Santa Ana] Foothill in the first round," Abdou said. "I was thinking about it all weekend, and I would have put money on it that we were going to have to play Foothill.
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May 22, 2010
BASEBALL Vasquez 15, Bellarmine-Jefferson 0 : The Guards had a tough time in suffering a CIF Southern Section Division VI first-round loss Friday afternoon on the road. Bell-Jeff, which placed third in the Santa Fe League, finishes the season with an 11-7 record. Against the Mustangs (17-2) ? a freelance team and the No. 4 seed ? the Guards got hits from Mitch Kellogg, Patrick Haney Matt Landini and Martin Pinedo. ?We played against a very good team and a very good pitcher,?
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By Jeff Tully | June 6, 2009
BURBANK — As a three-year starter for the Crespi High baseball team, resident Austin Walker has enjoyed his share of personal accomplishments. Whether it’s earning all-league honors, delivering a big hit or coming up with a diving play in the infield to save a run, the junior is no stranger to success. However, all of his personal acclaim takes a back seat to what’s really important to the young man. “It’s really all about the team,” said Walker, a starting third baseman for the Celts.
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By Jeff Tully | February 20, 2008
BURROUGHS HIGH — When Burroughs High girls’ basketball Coach Vicky Oganyan first went to research her team’s first-round postseason opponent, she realized her Indians were in for a tough fight. Burroughs had to take on an accomplished squad in Woodbridge in the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs. But playing a talented first-round opponent is nothing new for the Indians, who have had rough draws the last three years after finishing second in league.
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