High School Sports Weekly Recap

By On February 10, 2015

Burbank had no answer for Arcadia on Tuesday (Photo By Edward Tovmassian)

Burbank had no answer for Arcadia on Tuesday (Photo By Edward Tovmassian)

Boys Basketball

Muir 48 Burroughs 46

David Schwer scored 17 points and Steven Hubbell added 11 as the Indians blew a late game lead and lost a tough one to the Mustangs. Trailing 46-43 with 29 seconds left, Muir knocked down a “3” and converted a subsequent Burroughs turnover into a layup with three seconds left to stun the Indians.

Glendale 55 Burbank 45

Hoover 62 Burbank 57

Ellie Hanno scored 18 points for the Bulldogs with Mike Woods and Ben Chavez each adding 11 apiece.

Burroughs 82 Arcadia 66

Chris Hovasapian scored a season-high 29 points to go along with 4 assists and 4 steals; Steven Hubbell scored 19 points and had 5 assists and 5 steals; Angelo Solis added 10 points and 7 rebounds for JBHS.

Crescenta Valley 64 Burbank 40

Burbank 62 Muir 47

Robert O’Brien scored 18 points and Ben Chavez added 15 as the Bulldogs upset the Mustangs.

Crescenta Valley 67 Burroughs 55

David Schwer scored 20 points, Steven Hubbell added 16 and Angelo Solis contributed 8 points and 7 rebounds for the Indians.

Burbank 51 Arcadia 41

The Bulldogs prevailed on the road behind 11 points from Ben Chavez and Robert O’Brien.

Glendale 76 Burroughs 68 (OT)

The Indians squandered a 22-point fourth quarter lead and lost in overtime to the Nitros despite 26 points and 5 assists from David Schwer. Steven Hubbell added 14 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists and Angelo Solis chipped in with 11 points.

Girls Basketball

Burroughs 64 Muir 33

The Indians captured a share of their 3rd consecutive league title with their 21st straight win of the season. Destiny Contreras led the way with 14 points, 6 rebounds and 6 steals. Brooke Radcliff scored 11 points and grabbed 6 rebounds; Sienna Brown had 9 points and 8 rebounds; and Marin Grote contributed 8 points and 7 rebounds.

Burbank 51 Glendale 48

Yazzy Sa’dullah scored 25 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs on the road.

Burroughs 44 Arcadia 36

Sienna Brown scored 14 points as the Lady Indians won their 20th consecutive game. Davina Del Castillo recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Burbank 39 Hoover 37

Yazzy Sa’dullah scored 17 points to lead the Lady Bulldogs.

Crescenta Valley 41 Burbank 34

Burroughs 35 Crescenta Valley 33 (see story)

Burbank 47 Muir 22

Burroughs 55 Glendale 37

The Lady Indians won their 18th straight game behind the spectacular play of Davina Del Castillo who had 25 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. Jordan Meltzer added 10 points for JBHS. Ranked #2 in CIF Div. 1A, Burroughs now travels to Crescenta Valley on Friday for a first-place showdown.

Burbank 43 Arcadia 36

Yazzy Sa’dullah scored 16 points and Ana Tsybaeva added 12 for the Lady Bulldogs.

Boys Soccer

Glendale 6 Burbank 0

Burroughs 1 Muir 1

Burbank 1 Hoover 1

Arcadia 1 Burroughs 0 (see story)

Muir 4 Burbank 2

Pasadena 1 Burroughs 0

Crescenta Valley 2 Burbank 0

Burroughs 1 Crescenta Valley 1

Andres Aguilar scored nine minutes into the game for the Indians. The Falcons tied up the game midway through the second half and almost took the lead only to be denied by a diving slide by Aguilar to keep the ball from crossing the goal line. Jordan Morgan made four saves for JBHS.

Glendale 5 Burroughs 2

Arcadia 1 Burbank 0

Girls Soccer

Burbank 3 Glendale 1

Burroughs 9 Muir 0

The JBHS girls soccer team recorded their 6th shutout of the Pacific League campaign defeating visiting Muir, 9-0. With goals from captains Kristin Masuzumi and Brianna Castillo, the Indians took an early lead they would never relinquish. The Indians also received goals from Emma Bartram, Camila Franco, Alondra Solis and freshman Catrina Villalpando.

Burbank 4 Hoover 1

Arcadia 2 Burroughs 0

The Indians had another competitive contest with the undefeated Apaches but fell short 2-0 at Arcadia. Burroughs fell behind 1-0 in the 20th minute but had several chances to equalize before the half. The score remained 0-0 until the 70th minute when the Indians got caught in a counter attack trying to tie the game and gave up the second goal.

Burroughs 4 Pasadena 0

On the strength of two goals by junior Jasmine Valdez, the Indians secured their 5th win and 5th shutout of the season at Pasadena. Junior Brianna Castillo and sophomore Mireya Gonzalez both scored in the second half to put the game out of reach.

Crescenta Valley 2 Burbank 1

Crescenta Valley 2 Burroughs 0

Arcadia 4 Burbank 0

The Lady Bulldogs’ six game winning streak came to an end at the hands of the first place Apaches.

Burroughs 0 Glendale 0

Despite creating numerous chances in both the first and second half JBHS couldn’t convert and settled for a tie against the Nitros. Brianna Castillo had a strong effort for the Lady Indians.

Girls Water Polo

Pasadena 9 Burbank 8

Crescenta Valley 17 Burroughs 4

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