High School Sports Weekly Recap

By On January 9, 2015

The Indians won the crosstown match, 10-5, over the Bulldogs (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The Indians won the crosstown match, 10-5, over the Bulldogs (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Girls Water Polo

Burroughs 10 Burbank 5

Dominique Silva scored five goals as the Indians took command early en route to the crosstown rivalry win. Gwen Turla added three goals in the second period to spark Burroughs to a 4-1 halftime lead. Lala Herpetian of Burbank led the Bulldogs with three goals. Indians’ goalie Kate Wilke had 17 saves and blocked a penalty shot as well.

“The girls came out hard from the beginning and were motivated to come home with the win for our first league game,” Burroughs coach Jacob Cook said. “It was especially important because it was our rivalry game against Burbank High School. I couldn’t be happier with the team.”

Burroughs 14 Pasadena 6

Monrovia 14 Burbank 5

Burbank 8 Hoover 6

Burbank 7 Glendale 4

Boys Basketball

Muir 63 Burroughs 59 (see story)

Steven Hubbell scored 20 points and Chris Hovasapian added 17 for the Indians.

Glendale 56 Burbank 53

Mike Woods scored 15 for the Bulldogs.

Burroughs 64 Arcadia 62

The Indians got a nice road win behind the efforts of Angelo Solis (15 points including 10 in the 4th quarter and 11 rebounds), Steven Hubbell (15 pts and 4 assists), David Schwer (15 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists), and Jakob Davis (13 points and 6 rebounds).

Hoover 67 Burbank 53

Ben Chavez scored 14 points while Ellie Hanno and Mike Woods contributed 13 points apiece for the Bulldogs.

Pasadena 57 Burroughs 34

David Schwer 9 points, Jakob Davis 8, Angelo Solis 7

Crescenta Valley 78 Burbank 59

Burroughs 73 Crescenta Valley 53

The Indians bounced back from a two game losing streak with a dominant performance against the Falcons. David Schwer scored 21 points; Steven Hubbell had 14 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists; Angelo Solis added 13 points and 12 rebounds and Chris Hovasapian had 11 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals.

Muir 50 Burbank 34

Tied at 29 with 2:59 left in the third quarter, the Mustangs went on a 9-0 run to end the period and capture the league victory.

Burbank 54 Arcadia 53 (see story)

Ellie Hanno scored 17 points while Mike Woods and Ben Chavez each added 12 points apiece as the Bulldogs won their opening game in league.

Glendale 64 Burroughs 58 (2 OT)

Jakob Davis scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds; Steven Hubbell added 14 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists and Chris Hovasapian had 12 for the Indians in the double overtime loss.

Pasadena 52 Burroughs 50

The Bulldogs finished the game on a 7-0 run to snatch the victory away from the Indians. Steven Hubbell led JBHS with 15 points, David Schwer added 14 and Chris Hovasapian and Jakob Davis each had 8 points.

Girls Basketball

Burroughs 55 Muir 5

Jordan Meltzer scored 10 points for the Indians.

Glendale 52 Burbank 46

Ana Tsybaeva scored 20 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the Bulldogs.

Burroughs 53 Arcadia 49

The Indians survived another scare to win their 14th game in a row. The No. 3 ranked team in CIF Div. 1-A were led by Davina Del Castillo who scored 11 of her 12 points in the second half to go along with 6 rebounds and 4 steals. Sienna Brown had a big evening with 11 points and 12 rebounds. Chloe Takeuchi and Brooke Radcliff each had 9 points. Delaney Nicol had 6 points and 4 rebounds and knocked down two crucial free throws to ice the game with the Indians up 51-49 with one second left.

Burbank 47 Hoover 30

Yazzy Sa’dullah scored 12 points to lead the Bulldogs

Burroughs 67 Pasadena 24

Melissa Garcia 10 points, Chloe Takeuchi 9, Sienna Brown 9

Crescenta Valley 43 Burbank 27

Burroughs 48 Crescenta Valley 44 (OT)

Davina Del Castillo scored 15 points and made four crucial free throws late in regulation to force overtime for the Indians. Del Castillo had a monster game with 15 rebounds, 6 steals and 5 assists. Abbey Ibarra had 9 points, 6 rebounds and 4 steals. Delaney Nicol had two game changing steals and 4 points in overtime. JBHS has won 12 consecutive games and 17 straight in league dating back to last season.

Burbank 60 Muir 23

Ana Tsybaeva scored 15 points and grabbed 7 rebounds; Ani Temurian had 11 points and 8 steals as the Bulldogs coasted to an easy win.

Burroughs 51 Glendale 41

Sienna Brown scored 10 points to go along with 9 rebounds and 5 steals; Davina Del Castillo contributed 8 points and 7 rebounds; Chloe Takeuchi added 8 points for the Indians.

Burroughs 65 Pasadena 45

Chloe Takeuchi scored a career-high 15 points for the defending league champion Indians. Sienna Brown had 11 points and 17 rebounds and Abbey Ibarra added 7 points and 10 rebounds. Delaney Nicol contributed 7 points and 4 assists.

Arcadia 42 Burbank 30

Yazzy Sa’dullah scored 13 points to go along with 8 rebounds in the loss.

Boys Soccer

Burroughs 4 Muir 1

V.J. Salazar scored two goals for the Indians.

Glendale 5 Burbank 0

Arcadia 1 Burroughs 0

Burbank 4 Hoover 1

Kenneth Rovira scored 2 goals for BHS

Burroughs 1 Pasadena 1

David Campos scored the lone goal for the Indians

Burbank 1 Crescenta Valley 0

Omar Ibnoujala scored the winning goal for the Bulldogs

Burroughs 1 Crescenta Valley 0

Andres Aguilar scored the winning goal for the Indians with 22 minutes left in the contest.

Muir 3 Burbank 0

Glendale 3 Burroughs 1

Arcadia 3 Burbank 0

Girls Soccer

Burbank 4 Glendale 0

The Bulldogs posted their 4th consecutive shutout.

Burroughs 6 Muir 0

With all three captains out and several other starters down with the flu, eight JV and Soph/Frosh players played the majority of the game as the Indians controlled possession and dictated play. Senior defender Jaymie Olea was the player of the game scoring her first ever varsity goal and adding an assist. JBHS goes to 3-2 in league having allowed only three goals in its last five games.

Burbank 4 Hoover 0

Arcadia 1 Burroughs 0

For the second straight time, JBHS came up a goal short against Arcadia. Like last season it was a set piece, this time on a long throw in that led to the only goal of the game midway through the second half. The Indians had a couple great chances, the best coming on a Brianna Castillo corner headed just outside the far post by Kristin Masuzumi. Sophomore Bella Nava was the JBHS player of the game at outside back.

Burbank 2 Crescenta Valley 0

Kira Bochard scored two goals for the Bulldogs

Burroughs 2 Pasadena 0

Both goals came in the second half, the first by junior Camila Franco and the second by junior Daisy Castaneda. The defense was lead by senior captain Kristin Masuzumi and sophomore Delila Varela. Emily Orsatt recorded her second shutout as a varsity keeper.

Burbank 12 Muir 0

Crescenta Valley 2 Burroughs 1

Anna Kasper scored the lone goal for the Indians.

Burroughs 1 Glendale 0

On the backs of a strong performance on defense led by senior captain Kristin Masuzumi and sophomore Delilah Varela, Burroughs had its first shutout of the season. The lone goal came on a breakaway from junior Camila Franco on a pass Brianna Castillo. JBHS didn’t make the most of numerous chances that included six corner kicks and several chances in the box that would have put the game out of reach.

Arcadia 3 Burbank 1

 

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