High School Sports Weekly Recap

By On October 15, 2014

Football

Muir 31 Burbank 0

The Bulldogs were shutout on the road at the hands of the defending league champions. The injuries continue to pile up for Burbank as quarterback Ryan Meredith and Notre Dame-transfer fullback/linebacker/kicker Ryan Boyd were hurt. The Bulldogs travel to Glendale High for a Thursday night contest at 7 p.m.

Burroughs 63 Hoover 0 (see story)

Crescenta Valley 24 Burbank 10 (see story)

Muir 42 Burroughs 14

With quarterback Andy Amela out for the game due to a concussion, the Indians turned to Aidan Anding and Aieson Timagos to run the offense out of a wildcat formation. With no true QB at the helm, Burroughs (2-3, 0-2) was overwhelmed by the Mustangs in the loss at Muir.

Anding scored two early touchdowns including a 78-yard run that propelled the Indians to a 14-7 lead midway through the first quarter. But without Amela directing the Indians attack, Muir (2-3, 2-0) shut down any attempt by Burroughs to throw the ball.

Muir broke the game open taking a 35-14 halftime lead as the Mustangs scored 35 unanswered points to win going away.

Chance Bell led the Indians with 128 yards on 25 carries. Michael Ospina also had a stellar game for JBHS who travels to play Hoover at Glendale High School on Thursday at 7 p.m.

Boys Water Polo

Arcadia 11 Burroughs 9

Hoover 23 Burbank 12

Girls Volleyball

Burbank 3 Burroughs 1 (25-19, 22-25, 25-22, 25-23) Bulldogs gain a point in the “myBurbank CUP” race.

Burbank stats- (Burroughs did not report)

Allison Tiegs: 11 kills, 3 blocks; Sara Treadway: 39 assists, 12 digs; Rose Cowart: 8 kills, 13 digs; Ashlyn Edwards: 8 kills, 7 digs; Lily Winn: 13 digs

Burbank 3 Glendale 0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-18)

Burroughs 3 Pasadena 0 (25-19, 25-11, 25-11)

Burbank 3 Hoover 0 (25-9, 25-19, 25-17)

Arcadia 3 Burroughs 0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-22)

Burbank 3 Crescenta Valley 1 (25-22, 10-25, 25-13, 28-26)

Burroughs 3 Muir 0 (25-5, 25-9, 25-11)

Girls Tennis

Burbank 16 Burroughs 2

The Bulldogs sweep the season series from the Indians and gain three points as a result in the “myBurbank CUP.”

Glendale 10 Burbank 8

Burbank 12 Hoover 6

Arcadia 15 Burroughs 3

Cross Country

Kenny Staub Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, October 4, at CV Park

Burroughs boys cross country won the annual Kenny Staub Invitational held at Crescenta Valley Park. The Indians took the top four spots.

*Top 15 Times Overall – (Garrett – 1st, Elias – 2nd, Shane – 3rd, Emily – 4th, Alexander – 4th, Justin – 9th, Heidi – 15th, Jack – 15th)

*Varsity Boys – New Kenny Staub Invitational Meet Course Record (80:14)

Varsity Boys (70) – 1st

Garrett Boulais (1)                              15:42

Elias Hoxsie (2)                                   15:59

Shane Thompson (3)                           16:05

Alexander Hirsch (4)                           16:07

Justin Villagran (9)                              16:19

Jack Howe (14)                                    16:47

Manne Green (19)                              17:00

Varsity Girls (70) – 6th

Emily Virtue (4)                                   19:27

Heidi Eligio (12)                                  20:06

Valerie Monroy (35)                           21:40

Miranda Acosta (49)                           22:45

Deanna Fierro (51)                             22:50

Bailey Harrison (65)                            24:02

Ignatia Teresa (70)                             26:39

 

Pacific League Meet #1 (CV Park, September 25)

Burroughs, ranked No. 3 in boys cross country in Division I, won the Pacific League opener at Crescenta Valley Park. The Indians were represented by Garrett Boulais who took second place in a time of 15:47 followed by Elias Hoxsie in third (16:06), Justin Villagran (fifth- 16:16), Alexander Hirsch (sixth- 16:18) and Shane Thompson (seventh- 16:18). Burroughs defeated Arcadia, 20-35, for the first time since joining the Pacific League in 2006.

Burbank’s Enrique Vizcaino was fourth overall with a mark of 16:13. The Bulldogs placed fourth in the team race behind Burroughs, Arcadia and CV.

On the girls side, Burbank’s Candela Fernandez had a very impressive showing winning in a time of 17:57. She led the Bulldogs to a second place finish narrowly edging Crescenta Valley (29-30) and behind first place Arcadia (27-29). Burroughs took fourth place.

Burroughs times-

Boys….

Garrett Boulais (2)                              15:47

Elias Hoxsie (3)                                   16:06

Justin Villagran (5)                              16:16

Alexander Hirsch (6)                           16:18

Shane Thompson (7)                           16:18

Jack Howe (19)                                    16:46

Seth Battilana (31)                              17:37

Girls….

Emily Virtue (7)                                   19:42

Heidi Eligio (11)                                  20:13

Valerie Monroy (19)                           20:58

Molly Stapelfeldt (21)                         21:12

Deanna Fierro (27)                             22:13

Betsy Ramirez (28)                             22:19

Miranda Acosta (29)                           22:42

Burbank times-

Boys….

Enrique Vizcaino (4)                        16:13

Adam Navar (20)                             16:50

Sam Gorman (24)                            16:58

Justin Smith (25)                              17:02

Tanner Payne (26)                            17:04

Jonas Macromallis (27)                    17:18

Brandon Sugars (32)                        17:47

Girls….

Candela Fernandez (1)                     17:57

Caroline Adams (9)                            19:57

Kira Bochard (12)                              20:25

Alexia Hatun (17)                                20:48

Gabby Collins (22)                             21:15

Adrienne Coronel (25)                        21:40

Hannah Erickson (26)                         21:56

 

Burbank-

Ojai Invitational

The Bulldogs dominated the Ojai Invitational at Lake Casitas on Saturday.  In the large school girls race, Candela Fernandez literally ran away from the field. Her winning time of 17:47 was not only more than 2 minutes ahead of the next competitor, but it was also the 6th fastest time ever run on this challenging 5k course, home of the Ventura County Championships. The next four finishers to cross the line were also wearing Bulldog blue, as Caroline Adams (20:10), Alexia Hatun (20:29), Gabby Collins (21:05), and Hannah Erickson (21:16) completed the sweep by the Lady Bulldogs.

In the large school boys race that followed, Enrique Vizcaino of Burbank took control early and never relented the lead, winning the race in 16:19.  He was followed by Adam Navar and Justin Smith, who finished 2-3 with times of 16:52 and 16:54 respectively. Jonas Macromallis (7th- 17:26) and Tanner Payne (9th- 17:37) rounded out the Bulldog’s top five.

Burroughs-

Mt. Carmel Cross Country Invitational

*Top 15 Times Overall (Garrett – 6th, Elias – 14th)

*Boys – #2 overall team time at the meet

Senior Boys (204) – 4th

Garrett Boulais (6)                              15:40

Elias Hoxsie (10)                                 15:56

Shane Thompson (16)                         16:01

Jack Howe (47)                                    16:49

David Carrillo (101)                            18:00

Quang Nguyen (126)                           18:43

Jared Perez (129)                                18:51

Dion Mokhtari (135)                           18:59

Michael Contreras (165)                    20:32

Senior Girls (135) – 8th

Valerie Monroy (40)                           18:05

Deanna Fierro (64)                             19:08

Miranda Acosta (68)                           19:13

Lili Hooshivar (99)                               20:43

Bailey Harrison (109)                          21:16

Ignatia Teresa (118)                           21:47

Junior Boys (224) – 3rd

Justin Villagran (7)                              16:15

Manne Green (21)                              16:49

Evan Thomas (22)                               16:51

Christian Fuentes (55)                         17:39

Adam Villalpando (66)                        17:53

Seth Battilana (73)                              18:00

David Olympia (83)                             18:10

Trent Harrison (113)                           18:37

Monty Smith (124)                              18:56

Junior Girls (159)

Eileen Eckles (20)                                17:54

Betsy Ramirez (46)                             19:17

Sophomore Boys (264) – 1st

Timothy Wells (7)                               16:40

Justin Dorris (20)                                 17:13

Daniel Fendrich (22)                           17:20

Matthew Ordonez (43)                       17:58

Patrick Wells (50)                               18:07

Jacob Morales (57)                             18:12

Javier Hurtado (87)                             18:48

Eric Rosado (102)                                19:02

Sophomore Girls (244)

Heidi Eligio (7)                                    16:57

Molly Stapelfeldt (26)                         17:59

Jailene Diaz (96)                                 20:06

Lisandra Contreras (111)                    20:26

Freshman Boys (238) – 3rd

Alexander Hirsch (2)                           16:14

Jacob Calderon (12)                            17:23

Jagdeep Chahal (18)                           17:42

Chris Hoxsie (45)                                 18:38

Andrew Hoxsie (67)                            19:12

Freshman Girls (197)

Emily Virtue (3)                                   17:12

Sapphire Sandoval (42)                       19:33

Ana Villalpando (65)                           20:10

Catrina Villalpando (80)                     20:38

 

Girls Golf

Burroughs shot a 233 (4th place) while Burbank shot a 273 (6th place) in the sixth Pacific League match held at Woodley Lakes GC. Irene Maemura of BHS came in 3rd individually with a 38.

Woodley Lakes 10/8/2014 Par 36 230 qualifying score
Arcadia Burbank
1 Kayla Yn 40 1 Irene Maemura 38
2 Gabbi Lewis 39 2 Alexis Poche 46
3 Cynthia Guo 43 3 Amy Tran 50
4 Jannell Lo 42 4 Caitlin Brooks 70
5 Alicia Wang 46 5 Erin Tanner 69
6 Jessica Yue 46 6
210 273
Cresenta Valley John Burroughs
1 Audrey Chung 42 1 Ashley Phelps 46
2 Andrea Han 39 2 Maddie Riggs 45
3 Gina Chung 49 3 Raelinn Arnold 43
4 Laura Perez 40 4 Samantha Mazo 52
5 Emily Redecker 46 5 Annie Adachi 47
6 Gloria Namkung 42 6 Katy Kuoppala 52
209 233
La Canada San Marino
1 Keilee Bessho 42 1 Trussy Li 35
2 Rachel Oh 45 2 Elizabeth Wang 35
3 Sydnie Liu 56 3 Bella Setio 39
4 Mahli Bernstein 66 4 Cameron McCrary 37
5 Kiana Nicol 5 Vivian Sun 45
6 Emma McGuinness 51 6 Alex Chen 41
260 187
Teams wins loss Medalists
1 SMHS 30 0 Trussy Li 35
2 AHS 22 8 Elizabeth Wang 35
3 CVHS 19 11 Cameron McCrary 37
4 JBHS 13 17 Irene Maemura 38
5 LCHS 5 25 Andrea Han 39
6 BHS 1 29 Gabbi Lewis 39
Bella Setio 39

Burroughs shot a 219 (3rd place) while Burbank shot a 266 (6th place) in the fifth Pacific League match held at Alhambra GC. Irene Maemura of BHS came in 3rd individually with a 37.

Alhambra ### Par 36 230 qualifying score
Arcadia Burbank
1 Kayla Yn 39 1 Irene Maemura 37
2 Gabbi Lewis 36 2 Alexis Poche 43
3 Cynthia Guo 37 3 Amy Tran 43
4 Jannell Lo 43 4 81 81
5 Alicia Wang 36 5 81
6 Jessica Yue 42 6 Erin Tanner 62
190 266
Cresenta Valley John Burroughs
1 Andrea Han 37 1 Ashley Phelps 44
2 Audrey Chung 38 2 Maddie Riggs 41
3 Gina Chung DNP 81 3 Bella Nava 44
4 Emily Redecker 50 4 Raelinn Arnold 46
5 Gloria Namkung 47 5 Annie Adachi 44
6 Ani Gharapetian 50 6 Samantha Mazo 51
222 219
La Canada San Marino
1 Keilee Bessho 37 1 Trussy Li 37
2 Rachel Oh 43 2 Elizabeth Wang 31
3 Hannah Chew 44 3 Bella Setio 36
4 Sydney Liu 59 4 Vivian Sun 41
5 Emma McGuinness 50 5 Cameron McCrary 38
6 Sophie Cham 57 6 Alex Chen 41
231 183
Teams wins loss Medalist
1 SMHS 25 0 Elizabeth Wang 31
2 AHS 19 6 Gabbi Lewis 36
3 CVHS 15 10 Bella Setio 36
4 JBHS 11 14 Alicia Wang 36
5 LCHS 4 21 Irene Maemura 37
6 BHS 1 24 Trussy Li 37
Keilee Bessho 37
Andrea Han 37
Cynthia Guo 37

Burroughs shot a 244 (4th place) while Burbank shot a 268 (6th place) in the fourth Pacific League match held at Santa Anita GC. Irene Maemura of BHS came in 3rd individually with a 40.

Santa Anita ####### Par 37 235 qualifying score
Arcadia Burbank
1 Kayla Yn 41 1 Irene Maemura 40
2 Gabbi Lewis 40 2 Alexis Poche 52
3 Cynthia Guo 42 3 Amy Tran 49
4 Jannell Lo 51 4 Caitlin Brooks 58
5 Alicia Wang 48 5 83
6 Jessica Yue 48 6 Erin Tanner 69
219 ##
Cresenta Valley John Burroughs
1 Audrey Chung 40 1 Ashley Phelps 45
2 Andrea Han 43 2 Maddie Riggs 50
3 Gina Chung 45 3 Bella Nava 48
4 Laura Perez 47 4 Raelinn Arnold 52
5 Emily Redecker 49 5 Annie Adachi 55
6 Gloria Namkung 52 6 Katy Kuoppala 49
224 ##
La Canada San Marino
1 Keilee Bessho 43 1 Trussy Li 39
2 Rachel Oh 46 2 Elizabeth Wang 34
3 Lexie Dryfus 57 3 Bella Setio 42
4 Sydney Liu 58 4 Cameron McCrary 45
5 Emma McGuinness 62 5 Vivian Sun 39
6 Sophie Cham 63 6 Alex Chen 41
266 ##
Teams wins loss Medalist
1 SMHS 20 0 Elizabeth Wang 34
2 AHS 15 5 Trussy Li 39
3 CVHS 13 7 Vivian Sun 39
4 JBHS 8 12 Irene Maemura 40
5 LCHS 3 17 Audrey Chung 40
6 BHS 1 19 Gabbi Lewis 40
Alex Chen 41
Kayla Yn 41

 

Burroughs shot a 240 (4th place) while Burbank shot a 254 (6th place) in the third Pacific League match held at Brookside GC. The Bulldogs’ Irene Maemura fired a 33 to claim low medalist honors.

Brookside ####### Par 36 230 qualifying score
Arcadia Burbank
1 Kayla Yn 42 1 Irene Maemura 33
2 Gabbi Lewis 42 2 Alexis Poche 54
3 Cynthia Guo 42 3 Amy Tran 47
4 Jannell Lo 51 4 Caitlin Brooks 59
5 Alicia Wang 47 5 81
6 Jessica Yue 46 6 Erin Tanner 61
219 ##
Cresenta Valley John Burroughs
1 Audrey Chung 41 1 Katrina Villareal 51
2 Andrea Han 42 2 Ashley Phelps 43
3 Gina Chung 44 3 Maddie Riggs 45
4 Laura Perez 42 4 Raelinn Arnold 53
5 Emily Redecker 45 5 Bella Nava 48
6 Gloria Namkung 41 6 Annie Adachi 58
210 ##
La Canada San Marino
1 Keilee Bessho 42 1 Bella Setio 35
2 Rachel Oh 45 2 Cameron McCrary 38
3 Sydney Liu 46 3 Trussy Li 37
4 Lexie Dryfus 59 4 Vivian Sun 41
5 Emma McGuinness 64 5 Chloe Tsui 46
6 Hannah Chew 59 6 Alex Chen 42
251 ##
Teams wins loss Medalist
1 SMHS 15 0 Irene Maemura 33
2 AHS 11 4 Bella Setio 35
3 CVHS 10 5 Trussy Li 37
4 JBHS 6 9 Cameron McCrary 38
5 LCHS 2 13
6 BHS 1 14

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