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December 8, 1999
Jeff Tully BURBANK HIGH -- Two years ago, a 13-year-old Moah Chang followed her father to the golf course to watch him play a round. "When I saw him playing I thought that the sport looked fun, so I started playing," said the Burbank High sophomore. That was when Chang, 15, began an obsession with the sport that has brought her success with the first-year Bulldog program. "I play every day now," Chang said in a matter-of-fact way. "It was hard at first learning the sport, but now it's fun," All of Chang's hard work has seemed to have paid off, as she has turned into a talented golfer for the Bulldogs during their inaugural season.
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NEWS
May 1, 2002
Karen S. Kim NORTHWEST DISTRICT -- It was May 25, 1957, when the Everly Brothers, just 18 and 20, first began carving a name for themselves by breaking into the top music charts with the hit "Bye Bye Love." But now Phil Everly, 63, is making a different kind of name for himself through his Burbank-based business, Everly Music Co. The company -- which manufactures and distributes guitar accessories, including picks, strings and cables -- started out of the Everly home about seven years ago. Since then, the business has grown and now ships to retailers all over the world, Everly said.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | February 18, 2009
Mike Kodama is a coach who embraces statistics. As the head boys? soccer coach at Burroughs High for more than two decades, Kodama keeps track of a variety of numbers pertaining to his teams. From fairly ordinary statistics like goals, goalkeeper saves and shots, he even has his stat-keepers keep track of things like minutes played. ?Most of the time he knows more than I do about how many minutes I?ve played in a game,? Burroughs senior midfielder/defender Gilen Guenther said.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | November 22, 2008
Western Nelson is the first to admit that he might not have put as much effort as he should have into his cross-country training prior to his senior season. Although he earned a spot on the varsity team as a sophomore and junior, he said he didn’t have the complete focus it takes to be among the elite runners in the Southern Section. However, this year, he has been able to channel his energy and concentrate a lot more on his running. That has translated into a successful senior season for Nelson.
NEWS
April 20, 2005
It crossed Jeff Buddenbohn's mind that his offensive production might plummet, so he braced himself. Some athletes might have complained or refused to accept a new responsibility when asked to switch positions. That wasn't so for Buddenbohn, who originally made a name for himself playing the leading offensive role on star-studded St. Francis High boys' soccer teams that achieved success under heightened expectations. When the Golden Knights' defense uncharacteristically began to yield three-or-more goals in several Mission League matches during the first part of January, St. Francis Coach Glen Appels had seen enough.
ENTERTAINMENT
By By Joyce Rudolph | December 24, 2005
Glendale Centre Theatre kicks off 60th season with comedy `Cash On Delivery.'To celebrate its 60th anniversary of presenting community theater, the executive producers at Glendale Centre Theatre said they have planned a season that's packed with laughs. Kicking off the landmark year is the comedy "Cash On Delivery," opening Thursday. It's about a man who discovers a loophole in the welfare system. There will be two performances on New Year's Eve, which include gala parties, Tim Dietlein, executive producer said.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully | May 28, 2009
They have known one another since they were 7 years old. On the tennis court, they have played against one another in junior tournaments and played alongside one another as teammates on the Burroughs High boys’ squad. However, if Trevor Campbell and Robert Henry had ever played as doubles partners before this season is apparently open to debate. “Robert said that we played one time before a long time ago in a tournament,” said Campbell, a junior. “But I don’t remember that.
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