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February 4, 2006
TullyGIRLS' WATER POLO Burroughs 12, Alhambra 4: The Indians received a fine effort from senior Liz Seward Wednesday in recording an Almont League win at home. Seward scored six goals and teammate Bailey Porter had three, Karissa Peltier had two and Casey Pillar had one. In goal, Carly Delaplane made 10 saves. BOYS' BASKETBALL Hart 69, Burroughs 68: Burroughs (18-5, 4-3 in league) dropped to third place in the Foothill League with a home loss Tuesday. Valencia 70, Burbank 55: The Bulldogs (8-15, 2-5)
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April 18, 2009
BURBANK HIGH SCHOOL CHEER WINS COMPETITION The Burbank High School cheer squad, made up of 20 girls, traveled to Anaheim March 28 and 29 with hopes of qualifying for the finals in the 2009 USA National Cheer competition. Not only did they qualify, but they took first place. This is the first time Burbank High School has won the event. This year?s cheer squad members are Madison Blakey, Lacey Cabrera, Erine Robles, Cristina Robbins, Alyssa Stage, Erika Alarcon, Elyssa Alarcon, Cassie Wright, Becca Wright, Moriah Heizer, Rachel Lampert, Hayley Taylor, Danielle Pendleton, Michelle Fager, Sophie Irwin, Jane Davis, Paige Laurent, Devin Rhodriquez, Candice Abrignani and Ashley Sarquiz.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | August 2, 2013
There is really no easy way to connect the dots linking the two sports Liz Seward has chosen to pursue in her life. And the sports couldn't be more different. When Seward, 25, graduated from Burroughs High in 2006, she was a decorated water polo player, earning first-team All-Area and all-league accolades. But after graduating from UC Irvine, she has decided to go in a completely different direction. Instead of using her talents in the pool, Seward now competes internationally in the martial art of sumo.
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June 19, 2004
Less than a minute after being dispatched, Burbank Police officers stopped three men who allegedly broke into Circuit City early Friday. The men arrested on suspicion of burglary and possessing a stolen Dodge van are Alfonso Fitzgerald, 37, of Compton; Stanley Seward, 48, of Los Angeles; and Clarence McNeil, 52, of Compton. A witness saw the suspects driving two vehicles behind the electronics retail store, 401 N. 1st St., and called 911 about 2:20 a.m., Sgt. Jay Jette said.
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January 31, 2001
Lolita Harper HILLSIDE DISTRICT -- They clapped, stomped, sang and shook their groove thangs. And although the toddlers in the Kindermusik program at Burbank First United Methodist Church are still mastering their coordination and speaking skills, the tuneful tots proved Monday that they can shake maracas with the best of them. For Zahra Beihold of Glendale and her 2-year-old daughter, Emily, a previous class was so beneficial they enrolled for a second session.
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April 21, 2001
Karen S. Kim BURBANK -- Winners in the Burbank Public Library's Teen Poetry Contest were honored at the City Council meeting April 3. Twelve poets were chosen from the 430 contest entries. Winners received Barnes & Noble gift certificates. In the high school category, Daniel Garcia won first prize for "Salvation's Fools," Adrianne Tarazon took second place for "Latinos" and Tanya Saluk won third prize for "The Moment." Jennifer Syck, Mike Kendall and Peri Litvak received honorable mentions for their poems.
SPORTS
January 28, 2006
TullyGIRLS' BASKETBALL Providence 57, Holy Martyrs 29: The Pioneers remained in first place and undefeated in the Liberty League with a win Tuesday on the road. Providence is 15-5, 7-0 in league. It was the first loss in league for Holy Martyrs (15-5, 7-1) The Pioneers -- ranked No. 11 in CIF Southern Section Division IVAA -- were able to play well despite having their best player and leading scorer, Vanessa Amran, on the bench for most of the first half. Amran collected two fouls in the opening two minutes.
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By By Jeff Tully | February 15, 2006
tullyBurroughs doesn't have enough to knock off Dana Hills in 14-4 wild-card loss.BURBANK -- It was an accomplishment for the Burroughs High girls' water polo team just to make the CIF Southern Section Division I postseason. The team's coach stepped down early into the season and the Indians were afforded only a handful of nonleague matches, which gave them little experience prior to Almont League play. Although Burroughs was defeated, 14-4, Tuesday in a wild-card match at Dana Hills -- ending its season -- Coach Carlos Ponce has nothing but praise for a group of players who have come together as a team.
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By Nalea J. Ko | December 6, 2008
More than 2,000 students have attended the Burbank Nursery School since its 1958 inception, but the school?s core values have remained the same. A small gathering of teachers, students and former students helped celebrate the school?s 50th anniversary Friday. Administrators explained that the school?s strict curriculum of creative arts, dramatic play and playground time distinguishes it from other academic institutions. ?We have stuck to the original philosophy, which is we are a play-based program.
NEWS
January 17, 2004
Jeff Tully It's no secret the Burroughs High girls' water polo team has had trouble handling Bell Gardens in the past. Heading into Thursday's Almont League match at Burroughs, the Indians had never defeated the Lancers, who have won four CIF Southern Section Division III championships and cranked out outstanding athletes like Stanford and Team USA member Brenda Villa, along with Patty Cardenas, Alex Lopez and...
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | August 2, 2013
There is really no easy way to connect the dots linking the two sports Liz Seward has chosen to pursue in her life. And the sports couldn't be more different. When Seward, 25, graduated from Burroughs High in 2006, she was a decorated water polo player, earning first-team All-Area and all-league accolades. But after graduating from UC Irvine, she has decided to go in a completely different direction. Instead of using her talents in the pool, Seward now competes internationally in the martial art of sumo.
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April 18, 2009
BURBANK HIGH SCHOOL CHEER WINS COMPETITION The Burbank High School cheer squad, made up of 20 girls, traveled to Anaheim March 28 and 29 with hopes of qualifying for the finals in the 2009 USA National Cheer competition. Not only did they qualify, but they took first place. This is the first time Burbank High School has won the event. This year?s cheer squad members are Madison Blakey, Lacey Cabrera, Erine Robles, Cristina Robbins, Alyssa Stage, Erika Alarcon, Elyssa Alarcon, Cassie Wright, Becca Wright, Moriah Heizer, Rachel Lampert, Hayley Taylor, Danielle Pendleton, Michelle Fager, Sophie Irwin, Jane Davis, Paige Laurent, Devin Rhodriquez, Candice Abrignani and Ashley Sarquiz.
SPORTS
February 4, 2006
TullyGIRLS' WATER POLO Burroughs 12, Alhambra 4: The Indians received a fine effort from senior Liz Seward Wednesday in recording an Almont League win at home. Seward scored six goals and teammate Bailey Porter had three, Karissa Peltier had two and Casey Pillar had one. In goal, Carly Delaplane made 10 saves. BOYS' BASKETBALL Hart 69, Burroughs 68: Burroughs (18-5, 4-3 in league) dropped to third place in the Foothill League with a home loss Tuesday. Valencia 70, Burbank 55: The Bulldogs (8-15, 2-5)
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