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Burroughs Baseball Making Strides on the Diamond

The Indians are eyeing a league title in 2015 (Photos courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

The Indians are eyeing a league title in 2015 (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

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By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

Eleven months have flown by since Craig Sherwood was hired as the Burroughs baseball coach back on August 27, 2013. During that span, the Indians played 92 games and the fruits of their labor have now begun to show.

Yes, 92 games. That isn’t a misprint. Exactly 56.8% of a major league team’s 162-game grind. The Indians got a sniff of what a MLB professional player goes through.

Burroughs went 20-20-1 in winter ball, 14-14 during the spring and 16-7 this summer. The upcoming senior class played a primary role in that stretch which began October 15 and recently concluded on July 19 when JBHS was eliminated in the quarterfinals of the VIBL playoffs.

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(Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

“This summer our players learned a little bit about how to win,” Sherwood said. “I was extremely happy with the dedication and hard work of our players.”

Sherwood, a passionate a coach as they come, has his sights set on bringing the Indians back to the forefront of the Pacific League (they haven’t won a league title since 1997). The journey will take some time but the ride will be well worth it. They are clearly on the right path.

“You can field, pitch and hit, but it is doing whatever it takes whenever it takes for the good of the team which is so important,” said Sherwood. “Only true team players will ever learn and embrace that important ingredient.”

The ‘masterchef’ of the Burroughs program has created a recipe for success. His ingredients include a mixture of sound fundamentals, constant repetition, attention to detail and executing a system that Sherwood has a firm belief in.

“I really felt them bonding not only as a team, but under a new system,” he said.

His foundation of baseball was instilled by Scott Muckey, the legendary coach who retired on Wednesday from Crespi High School. Muckey won 502 games, 11 league titles and two CIF championships during his time at Crespi.

Sherwood spent 16 years as an assistant at Crespi learning the system of success from one of the best high school coaches in the country. He has taken those ideals and principles to Burroughs.

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(Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

In order to reach the ultimate destination of their choice (presumably a league title), the Indians rely on a heavy dose of competitive baseball. With it comes plenty of trial and error. But more than anything comes experience.

Nothing beats experience. Gaining valuable hands-on decision making and understanding of how the game should be played has benefitted Burroughs through their 92-game jaunt. The Indians’ stellar performance in VIBL sheds a ray of hope and optimism for the spring season.

“I felt that we had a productive summer this year,” senior infielder Ryan Galan said. “We had a lot of positives that can be built on. I expect this team to come out and play hard when the season comes around and contend for a league championship.”

The Indians are two-deep at every position and have shown the capability of fielding a different lineup each day and producing similar results. Competition will be fierce (in a positive way) when the team reconvenes for winter ball.

Remarkably, 10 players batted .364 or better during the summer. The Indians had a team batting average of .333. On the hill, Burroughs recorded a team era of 3.07. When these two aspects of the game are above average, good things happen.

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(Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

Case in point: the Indians went 13-3 over the last 16 games of the summer and advanced the farthest the program has ever gone in the 14 years of the VIBL.

A healthy combination of productive returning players along with an infusion of young, talented junior varsity players has the program taking strides in the right direction.

“The administration at Burroughs has been nothing but supportive and mentoring,” Sherwood said. “Hopefully the players feel that there is now going to be some stability in the program and how it is run. Not only do our varsity players believe in themselves and their teammates, they are also setting an example for our younger players who look up to them.

“I am extremely excited about the future for not just next year, but for many years to come.”

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(Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

 

 

 

7-on-7 Passing Highlights Summer Football Action for Burbank and Burroughs

Max Haddad catches a touchdown vs. Village Christian in 7-on-7 action (Photos by Dick Dornan)

Max Haddad catches a touchdown vs. Village Christian in 7-on-7 action (Photos by Dick Dornan)

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

Two months remain before Burbank kicks off the 2014 football season at Ayala while Burroughs hosts Warren at Memorial Field. In the blink of an eye, Friday night football will be upon us.

James Williams prepares to snag a touchdown vs. Westlake (Photos by Dick Dornan)

James Williams prepares to snag a touchdown vs. Westlake (Photos by Dick Dornan)

Both teams have undertaken a busy summer with 7-on-7 passing competition being held every Wednesday at their respective schools as well as other tournaments on the weekends.

In addition, the Bulldogs and Indians are weightlifting throughout the week to bulk up for Pacific League play that starts during week 4 of the season.

Last Wednesday, Burbank hosted Westlake, San Fernando and Arleta while across town Burroughs welcomed Alemany, Village Christian and Vasquez in separate 4-way round robins of 7-on-7 passing. A photo gallery is below highlighting each team.

For more summer information on both football programs and youth camps, be sure to visit their respective websites:

Burbank Football on defense

Burbank Football on defense

Burbank Bulldogs-

http://burbankfootball.org/

Burbank Vikings 4th Annual Skills and Drills Youth Football Camp (with Coach Richard Broussard at BHS, July 7 – 10th, 8 am – 12 pm)-

http://burbankfootball.org/uploads/Skills_and_Drills_Camp_2014.pdf

Burroughs Indians on defense

Burroughs Football on defense

Burroughs Indians-

http://burroughsfootball.org/

Burbank Vikings 12th Annual Keith Knoop Youth Football Camp (at JBHS, July 14 – 17th, 8 am – 12 pm)-

http://burbankvikings.com/images/2014_Keith_Knoop_Youth_Football_Camp.pdf

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Burroughs Football-

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Ospina, Burroughs Football

Burroughs' Michael Ospina will look to lead the Indians into a successful football season (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burroughs’ Michael Ospina will look to lead the Indians into a successful football season (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

Anchors Aweigh!

Stand Navy out to sea, fight our battle cry!
We’ll never change our course so vicious foes steer shy-y-y-y!
Roll out the TNT, anchors aweigh!
Sail on to victory, and sink their bones to Davy Jones, hooray!

Anchors Aweigh, my boys, Anchors Aweigh!
Farewell to Foreign Shores, we sail at break of day-ay-ay-ay;
Through our last night on shore, drink to the foam,
Until we meet once more, here’s wishing you a happy voyage home!

When music accompanies these verses, the words come to life for any Midshipmen. Those are the first couple of verses of the U.S. Naval Academies’ fight song. Just hearing and visualizing the song gives me the chills in my head as our proud naval servicemen defend our country.

For senior Michael Ospina of Burroughs High School, these are the words that he hopes one day will apply to him as a future student at Navy.

Michael Ospina

Michael Ospina

Recently, Ospina returned home after visiting the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, for six days (May 31 – June 6). He was invited by the United States Naval Academy as part of a select group of 2,550 men and women from across the nation and abroad to attend the Naval Academy Summer Seminar program.

“It was a lot of fun. I learned a lot and met a lot of new people,” Ospina said. “Everyone was so nice. All the leaders led by example. I did some physical activity. It wasn’t too bad but it was a taste of what I will experience if I do go there.”

Ospina, 16, was selected to attend the U.S. Naval Academy’s accelerated leadership program for rising seniors. This is a USNA sponsored summer seminar that teaches prospective applicants about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics and professional training are key elements in developing our nation’s future leaders.

During his time there, Ospina took academic and leadership sessions (eight 90-minute workshops such as information technology, naval architecture, mechanical engineering, oceanography, meteorology, etc.) and was also a part of seamanship and navigation classes aboard a Navy Yard Patrol Craft.

Ospina participated in physical training classes involving group runs and conditioning exercises. Physical training went from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“I really pushed myself to my limits,” he said. “I didn’t know how far I could push myself. It did show us that your mind will give up before your body actually does.”

It was the experience of a lifetime for Ospina as he had the unique and special opportunity to examine the life of Midshipmen up close and personal.

It his dream and goal to be accepted into Navy and to attend school there in the fall of 2015. In addition, Ospina has the desire and fortitude to serve his country upon graduating from the Naval Academy.

As he approaches the fall at JBHS, Ospina has his sights set on a tremendous academic and athletic school year. Two of his top priorities are maintaining his cumulative 4.0 grade point average as well as excelling as a leader for the Indians’ football team.

“I feel like I have the leadership qualities being out here on the football team leading by example,” he said. “I hope to have a great season, keep my grades up and do my best.”

His success in the Burroughs’ football program began as a freshman when he was starting quarterback and earned team MVP honors. As a member of the JV squad the following year, Ospina was named the MVP Offensive Back.

Michael Ospina gains yardage in a game last season (Photo by Craig Sherwood)

Michael Ospina gains yardage in a game last season (Photo by Craig Sherwood)

Last year as a junior in his first season at the varsity level, Ospina rushed for 386 yards on 65 carries (5.94 yards per carry). This season he is competing to be the starting running back for an Indians’ program that has a rich tradition in its rushing attack.

Sound familiar Navy fans?

The Midshipmen ranked No. 2 in the country this past college football season averaging 325.4 yards per game, second only to Auburn’s 328.3.

Ospina would fit in well at Navy as a student-athlete if he chose to play football.

Balancing the demands of a hectic athletic lifestyle and a commitment to high academic standards has put Ospina in the position of pursuing his lifelong dream of attending the Naval Academy.

“He’s one of those kids you want in your program,” Burroughs coach Keith Knoop said. “Michael is a good leader. He’s not afraid of talking to kids on the team about doing the right thing. Anytime you can get to the Academies in any way, shape or form, you’ve done something right. When you can get in, it’s pretty special.”

In 2013, he was selected to attend the National Student Leadership Conference focusing in Medicine and Healthcare, at American University, Washington D.C.

MOHis experience at the Naval Academy Summer Seminar opened his eyes and reaffirmed his commitment to apply to Navy for admission. It also taught him a valuable life lesson that he has brought back to share with his Burroughs’ teammates.

“One thing I really took from it was, ‘If not me, then who?’” Ospina said. “I learned that if I’m not going to be the one that will do my hardest, then who will? I have to lead by example to have others follow me. It’s a really good way to live my life and especially out here on the football field.”

Let’s hope Michael is granted his wish and desire to attend the Naval Academy. Then he can sing the fight song regularly walking across the beautiful campus with his head high at one of America’s greatest college institutions.

“Hopefully everything goes well and I get accepted. It would mean a great deal to me and especially for my parents (Fabian and Darlene),” Ospina said. “One thing they always talk to me about is service for my community. I would be happy to be able to do that because I would be making my family and community proud.”

 

 

Burroughs and Burbank Boys Volleyball Recognize 10 All-League Players

Burroughs Indians: 2014 Pacific League champions (Photo courtesy of Burroughs High School)

Burroughs Indians: 2014 Pacific League champions (Photo courtesy of Burroughs High School)

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

It was quite a year for the Burroughs and Burbank boys volleyball teams after they finished one-two in the Pacific League. The Indians won their fifth consecutive league title and advanced to the second round of the CIF Division II playoffs. The Bulldogs made the postseason for a second straight season after reviving a program that didn’t exist a few short years ago.

Together the two programs have raised the level of excellence to a new standard. Burroughs coach Joel Brinton and Burbank coach Patrick McMenamin represent two of the finest coaches at their respective schools.

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Burroughs boys volleyball (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Recently the Pacific League announced the All-League recipients for boys volleyball. A total of 10 players were honored between the two programs.

Burroughs’ Nick Van Loo and Tristan Martin were named Co-Most Valuable Players while Jonathan Fuentes and Danny Casillas earned first-team honors. Dalton Burroughs and Ryan Van Loo made the second team and Max Chamberlain received honorable mention.

Nick Van Loo recorded 234 kills (tied for fourth most in a JBHS season), 60 aces (second most in a season), 27.5 blocks and had a season high of 21 kills against Glendale (fourth most ever in a single match).

Tristan Martin had 186 kills, made a whopping 97% of his serves (only six misses out of 213 attempts), 12 aces, 15.5 blocks, 114 digs and served as tri-captain of the team.

The powerful duo led the Indians to a 21-8 overall record and a perfect 12-0 mark in the Pacific League.

“To have both of these guys share the Player of the Year award is a testament to the balance that this team had. It is also speaks highly of the hard work and determination that this two have,” Brinton said. “Nick was honorable mention last year and Tristan did not make any part of the All-League team last year, and they both put in a ton of work and trusted their teammates and coaches and earned this honor.”

Other Indian stats included-

Jonathan Fuentes: 122 kills, 118 digs, 16 aces, 13 blocks, passed a 2.22 on the season

Danny Casillas: set new school record with 257 digs in the season, best passer at 2.4

Dalton Burroughs: 170 kills, led team in hitting % at .333, 10.5 blocks, 11 aces, tri-captain

Ryan Van Loo: 31 aces (tied for fifth most in a season), 34.5 blocks, set a new school record with 812 assists, 149 digs (2nd on the team), 46 kills, tri-captain

Max Chamberlain: 167 kills, 37 blocks, 5.5 blocks at Claremont (fourth most ever in a match), 13 aces on the year.

Burbank boys volleyball (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank boys volleyball (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank had an outstanding year finishing 16-6 overall and 9-3 in league. Leading the way was Joseph Servin who was selected first-team All-League. Willie Perryman earned second team honors and Paul Shim was named honorable mention.

Servin set a school-record with 185 kills in a season and had a .244 hitting percentage. He slammed a program-record 15 kills in one game versus Glendale back on April 4. He also had 101 digs, 28 assists, 15 aces and 12 blocks.

Perryman’s stats included 148 kills, .275 hitting percentage, team-best 81 blocks, 51 digs and 12 aces while Shim had a team-high 232 digs and 18 aces.

 

Burroughs and Burbank Baseball Honor All-League Players

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

Burroughs and Burbank officially concluded their respective baseball seasons with team banquets and the recognition of several of their best players. Each team had a trio of players that were selected All-League; four of whom return for the 2015 season.

After transferring from Las Vegas for his senior year, Cole Meyer proved to be the pitcher that Burroughs coach Craig Sherwood expected him to be. The right-handed sidearm pitcher dominated the Pacific League with several standout performances.

Cole Meyer delivers his trademark slider (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burroughs hit the jackpot with Cole Meyer (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

In seven league contests consisting of 41 2/3 innings, Meyer went 3-2 with a .84 era. He struck out 44 batters and walked 14 while allowing only five earned runs.

Against crosstown rival Burbank, Meyer tossed 13 innings giving up zero runs, seven hits and striking out 16 in winning both head-to-head matchups against the Bulldogs. He was the difference between the Indians making the playoffs or the Bulldogs getting the nod.

His superb season efforts earned him first-team all-league honors.

“He’s been our number one guy all year and he did what a number one guy does. He goes out and battles,” Sherwood said.

Meyer finished the season 5-3 overall with a 1.17 era. He was the heart and soul for Burroughs which finished 14-14 and in fourth place (7-7) in the Pacific League.

Junior shortstop Max Haddad received second-team honors for the Indians. Haddad batted .308 while leading the team with 24 hits, 12 RBI’s and 10 runs scored. In league, he hit .326. He also provided reliable leadership at shortstop after moving over from second base halfway through the season.

Roy Hirota earned honorable mention for JBHS after stepping up and becoming a defensive force behind home plate. The junior catcher managed a pitching staff that recorded a 2.85 era for the year. He also batted .355 in league action.

Camden Palmisano was a steady influence at second base (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Camden Palmisano was a steady influence at second base (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank struggled to an 8-15 record this season, 5-9 in league, but provided a lot of promise for the future behind the multi-talented Cameron Briggs.

The junior shortstop earned first-team all-league honors after hitting .368 in league play. Overall, he hit .292 and led the Bulldogs with 19 hits and 13 runs. Briggs also went 4-2 with two saves and a 3.50 era as a reliever.

Senior second baseman Camden Palmisano made second team after hitting .312 in league. As a pitcher, Palmisano had a 1.59 era overall.

Promising freshman Danny Porras was named honorable mention after hitting a team-best .440 in league (overall hit .317 with nine RBIs).

 

Burbank and Burroughs Softball Garner All-League Honors

Burbank Bulldogs: 2014 Pacific League champions (Photo courtesy of Mike Delaney)

Burbank Bulldogs: 2014 Pacific League champions (Photo courtesy of Mike Delaney)

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

For the second consecutive season, Burbank softball star Caitlyn Brooks has been named the Pacific League’s Player of the Year. Brooks led the Bulldogs (24-4, 14-0) to back-to-back league championships going undefeated in 2013 and 2014.

This season Brooks compiled a 21-4 record with a 1.18 era. She struck out 258 batters, walked only 22, and recorded seven shutouts. Not only was she the most dominant pitcher in the league, Brooks was also the best hitter.

Caitlyn Brooks: Two-time Pacific League Player of the Year  (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Caitlyn Brooks: Two-time Pacific League Player of the Year (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The junior Notre Dame-commit hit a whopping .513 with 42 RBIs, seven doubles, six triples and five home runs. She led BHS in RBI’s, doubles and home runs.

“It was well-deserved,” Burbank coach Mike Delaney said. “She is a difference maker both offensively and defensively. She is a hard working athlete that always strives to get better.”

Joining Brooks on the first team were junior third baseman Lily Winn, sophomore first baseman Julia Duarte and junior catcher Bridgette Pisa.

Winn had a phenomenal season batting a team-high .535 with a team-best 46 hits. She also drove in 34 runs with five doubles, eight triples and three home runs. Duarte hit .374 with 34 RBI’s, five doubles, five triples and four home runs. Pisa had a .410 avg. and a team-best 30 runs scored.

Senior Kaitlin Brooks (.303, 17 RBIs) and junior Jazmin Orozco (.360, 31 hits, 22 RBIs) were named second-team and sophomore Cailey Stevenson (.296, 16 runs) received honorable mention.

“It was a great season and I am very proud of our team,” Delaney said.

Burroughs (19-7-1, 11-3) had an outstanding season finishing second behind Burbank in the Pacific League.

Cheyenne Steward had a strong season in the circle and at the plate (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Cheyenne Steward had a strong season in the circle and at the plate (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The Indians were represented on the first team by junior catcher/third baseman Michelle Santiago and senior pitcher Cheyenne Steward.

The battery mates had a productive year with Santiago on fire with a team-best .531 average, 43 hits, 32 runs, 21 RBI’s and 10 doubles.

Like Brooks, Steward had a strong season in the circle and at the plate. She went 9-5 with a 2.95 era, four shutouts and two saves. Steward batted .516 with 32 hits, a team-high 32 RBIs, seven doubles, four triples and a team-best five home runs.

Senior Sidney Ortega (.518, 43 hits, 21 RBIs) and sophomore Kaitlin Okimoto (.485, 30 runs, 27 RBIs) earned second-team honors.

Sophomore Danielle Ryan (.456, 36 hits, three home runs) was named honorable mention.

 

High School Sports Weekly Recap

BASEBALL:

Burroughs 5 Burbank 0 (see story)

Indians clinch playoff berth with 4th place finish (7-7); Bulldogs end season 8-15 overall and 5-9 in league (tied for 5th).

Burbank 7 Glendale 6

Tied 4-4 in a must win game, the Bulldogs plated three runs in the top of the 7th inning to hold off the Nitros who scored two in the bottom half. Danny Porras and Ryan Higgens had two hits apiece. Chandler Robbins had a single, two RBI’s and a run scored. Cameron Briggs picked up the win pitching the final two innings, allowing two hits, no earned runs with three strikeouts. Conner Lockheimer had an RBI single in the 7th and Robbins drove home the winning runs on a two-run single with two out to keep the playoff hopes alive for Burbank.

Pasadena 6 Burroughs 2

Max DeAmicis had two doubles and Anthony Robles had a double and run scored in the loss. Ben Hobson threw three innings giving up five hits and one run. With the game tied 1-1, Pasadena scored three runs in the fifth and two more in the sixth to pull away. The Indians have a one game lead on Burbank and Hoover for the fourth and final playoff spot.

SOFTBALL:

Burbank 5 Burroughs 4 (9 innings)  see story

The top-ranked Bulldogs complete 14-0 league season for the second year in a row. Indians finish second in league at 11-3.

Burbank 2 Glendale 0

The Bulldogs won their second straight league championship behind the incredible pitching performance by Caitlyn Brooks. She fired a two-hitter and struck out 19 Nitros, walked no one, while facing the minimum amount of batters. Lily Winn went 3 for 3 with an RBI and Jazmin Orozco went 2 for 2 with an RBI as Burbank won its 20th consecutive game.

Burroughs 14 Pasadena 0

The Indians rolled to the win behind Delaney Nicol who went 3 for 3 with four RBI’s and two runs scored. Sidney Ortega was 2 for 2 with three runs scored and two RBI’s and Kaitlin Okimoto had a double, three RBI’s and scored three runs. Cheyenne Steward and Naelyse Garcia combined on a one-hitter.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Long Beach Poly 3 Burroughs 1 (25-13, 25-21, 14-25, 27-25)

Nick Van Loo: 10 kills; Max Chamberlain and Dalton Burroughs: 8 kills each; Ryan Van Loo: 36 assists. Indians finish the season 21-8 overall and 12-0 in the Pacific League (1st place).

Burroughs 3 Anaheim Canyon 0 (25-19, 25-20, 25-19)

Nick Van Loo 18 kills; Max Chamberlain 7 kills; Ryan Van Loo 28 assists; Danny Casillas 10 digs. Indians will host Long Beach Poly on Thursday at 7 pm in a second round match.

Foothill 3 Burbank 0 (25-13, 25-13, 25-17)

Joseph Servin and Willie Perryman 5 kills each; Peter Jang 12 assists; Paul Shim 6 digs. Bulldogs finish season 16-6 overall and 9-3 in league (2nd place).

TRACK:

(CIF Prelims)

Burbank-

Burbank results at CIF Prelims (Top 9 move on to CIF Finals):

GV 4 x 100- Haleigh Cusumano, Julia Newton, Keren Zepeda, and Felicia Tomitsa 48.90 (school record)- 18th out of 41 teams

1600- Candela Fernandez 5:00.03 (school record)- 8th out of 35;   Brennan Doyle 4:28.37- 21st out of 36

110HH- Jonathan Afzali 15.52- 21st out of 39

400 – Josh Cantong 50.04 (personal record)- 15 out of 37

100- Julia Newton 12.57- 25 out of 49

3200- Candela Fernandez 10:57.51 (school record)- 7th out of 43

BV 4 x 400- Swan, Mkrtchyan, Doyle, Roe 3:27.27 (seasonal best), 21 out of 43

PV- Chris Miranda 14-6- 12th out of 40; Julia Newton- no height

DT- Andy Hurtado 157-9- 11th out of 48

TJ- Chris Walker 40-2.75- 45 out of 52

HJ- Trevor Strang- no height

Burroughs-

GIRLS

 PV – Sarah Prystupa – 9’9” – 12th

BOYS

100 – Niko Guerrero – 11.24 – 27th

400 – Robert Brennan – 49.90 – 12th

#7 JBHS ALL-TIME B 400

110H – Corwin Scherer – 15.73 – 15.73

300H – Corwin Scherer – 40.50 – 14th

300H – Nathan Bradley – 42.04 – 29th

4×100 – Augusto Corea, Robert Brennan, Andrew Williams, Corwin Scherer – 44.43 – 33rd

4×400 – Robert Brennan (51.7), Augusto Corea (50.3), Ricky Mendez (51.1), Everth Vargas (52.3) – 3:25.34 – 16th

#10 JBHS ALL-TIME B 4X400

PV – Matt Schwartz – 15’0” – Tied for 1st

MATT QUALIFIES FOR THE CIF SS DIVISION 1 FINALS ON SATURDAY, MAY 24, AT CERRITOS COLLEGE

PV – Kent Truong – 14’6” – 13th

#6 JBHS ALL-TIME B PV

TJ – Niko Guerrero – 41’9.5” – 31st

Code Red: Burroughs Baseball Shuts Out Burbank, 5-0, to Clinch Playoff Berth

Cole Meyer was dominant as he has been all season (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Cole Meyer was dominant as he has been all season (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

Ahh, the joy of victory. It wasn’t quite the same feeling of winning a league championship as it was a year ago. Clinching a berth in the CIF playoffs and sweeping your crosstown rivals, however, was the next best thing for Burroughs coach Craig Sherwood.

Burroughs coach Craig Sherwood gets doused with ice water after the game (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

Burroughs coach Craig Sherwood gets doused with ice water after the game (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

A year ago as an assistant coach at Burbank High School, Sherwood celebrated the program’s first league title since 1991. A year later, his players at Burroughs showered Sherwood with a bucket of ice water to revel in the team’s 5-0 victory over Burbank that secured fourth place in the Pacific League and an automatic entry into the postseason.

Burroughs (14-13, 7-7) began the evening one game ahead of Burbank (8-15, 5-9) and Hoover for the last playoff spot. A victory would guarantee the Indians another week of baseball where as a loss would have caused too many headaches and tiebreakers to deal with.

As it was at Burbank last season, this year’s success was a team effort. Everyone earned the accomplishment. No one individual was bigger than the team. Not from the coaching staff down to the players.

Burroughs celebrates the victory and playoff clinching berth (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

Burroughs celebrates the victory and playoff clinching berth (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

“It’s a big step for us. With one returning starter back, we accomplished the same thing as last year’s team did that was basically senior-ridden,” said Sherwood, who took over at his alma mater back in the fall. “I’m glad they stepped up.”

The Indians will learn their playoff fate on Monday morning. A likely matchup at a league champion such as Camarillo or Buena is a strong possibility.

“If you don’t get in, you don’t have a chance to win,” Sherwood said.

Now the chance is there. Anything can happen in the playoffs.

As they have been doing all year long, the Indians rode the arm of submarine specialist Cole Meyer to victory. Meyer threw six innings of shutout ball, giving up five hits, three walks and striking out eight.

Max DeAmicis slammed the door in the ninth by striking out the side.

Meyer lowered his league ERA to a minuscule .84 and 1.17 for the season. In 13 innings against the Bulldogs this season, Meyer allowed zero runs, seven hits while fanning 16.

Cole Meyer reacts after striking out the side with the bases loaded (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Cole Meyer reacts after striking out the side with the bases loaded (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

“Cole is a senior and he stepped up,” Sherwood said. “He’s been our number one guy all year and he did what a number one guy does. He goes out and battles. In that one inning, he rose right up.”

After Cameron Rodriguez drove home pinch-runner Ronny Jimenez on an RBI single in the top of the third to give JBHS a 1-0 lead, Burbank loaded the bases on an error, walk and hit in the bottom half.

But Meyer “rose up” to the occasion and proceeded to show everyone in attendance why he is one of the top two pitchers in the Pacific League. Meyer struck out the side as Danny Porras (2 for 3, double), Randy Higgens and Conner Lockheimer could not come up with the clutch hit.

“I had the defense behind me. They came out to play,” Meyer said humbly. “I appreciate what the defense did tonight. I didn’t have to strike everybody out but it ended up that way by accident. A happy accident.”

Burroughs added single runs in the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh innings to cement the victory.

Anthony Robles blasts a majestic RBI double to left field (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

Anthony Robles blasts a majestic RBI double to left field (Photo courtesy of Mitch Haddad)

DeAmicis and Anthony Robles had RBI doubles in the fifth and sixth innings, respectively, and Gerardo Munoz drove in the game’s final run on a pinch-hit single in the seventh.

Rodriguez went 2 for 4 with a run scored and knocked in the game-winning RBI in his final game against Burbank. All Meyer needed was one run just as he did in Burroughs’ 1-0 win against BHS back on April 25.

“Cole (Meyer) kept saying, ‘Just get me a run. One run,’” Rodriguez said. “I was getting real nervous. I was scared it was going to be my last baseball game ever. So I came into this ready to play my heart out. It’s huge.”

Ryan Porras had a solid effort in only his second start of the season (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Ryan Porras had a solid effort in only his second start of the season (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank has a bright future with Ryan Porras, Danny Porras, Cameron Briggs, Andy Reyes and Higgens all returning. Ryan Porras made his second start of the season and pitched well going four and a third innings and limiting the Indians to four hits, one earned run and recording nine strikeouts.

With only one returning starter and a handful of varsity lettermen back from 2013, the youthful and inexperienced Indians grew up just in time to earn a trip to the postseason. Their roster is filled with 16 juniors, many of whom have seen plenty of action this year.

“It feels great. A lot of weight off my shoulders,” said Meyer, one of eight seniors on the team. “We were sitting there biting our nails. Now we are in and I couldn’t be happier.”

Last season Sherwood celebrated on Burroughs’ field as a member of the Burbank staff. Last night he celebrated on Burbank’s field as the proud coach of the Burroughs Indians. Just another memorable day in the life of a coach whose passion for baseball remains constant and unwavering.

 

Burbank Softball Edges Burroughs, 5-4, in Extra Inning Nailbiter

The celebration is on as Burbank goes wild after the thrilling win (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The celebration is on as Burbank goes wild after the thrilling win (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

By Dick Dornan
MyBurbank Sports Editor

Add another exciting chapter to one of high school’s best rivalries. Wednesday night’s Burbank vs. Burroughs softball showdown at McCambridge Park had plenty of drama and intensity as the two teams battled pitch for pitch in their final regular season game.

After the dust had finally settled, Burbank outlasted Burroughs, 5-4, in nine innings to complete a perfect 14-0 Pacific League season. The Bulldogs, who clinched their second consecutive outright league title on Tuesday in a 2-0 win against Glendale, won their 28th straight game in league play.

Bridgette Pisa slides across home plate safely with the winning run (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Bridgette Pisa slides across home plate safely with the winning run (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

“The accomplishment of going undefeated two times in a row in league is a testament to the athletes that these girls are,” Burbank first-year coach Mike Delaney said. “It’s not about coaching. It’s about being a competitor wanting to win and these girls do it every single day.”

Burbank’s last league loss, you ask? If you guessed Burroughs, you are exactly right.

The Indians knocked off the Bulldogs, 2-1, back on May 10, 2012. That loss came during a stretch when Burroughs won three straight league titles. Now it’s Burbank who will carry the streak into 2015.

Last night’s tilt was a game that nobody deserved to lose but an opportunity for somebody to win. Burbank’s Lily Winn came through when she drove a 1-1 pitch up the middle and into centerfield scoring Bridgette Pisa (2 for 5, two runs scored) that set off a wild celebration at home plate.

“I was kind of nervous going up there but I knew what I had to do. Everything came together and I was definitely prepared,” Winn said. “It was exciting. It was everything I wanted. Everything we’ve been waiting for all season.”

Winn’s game-winning hit was the first lead for Burbank (23-3) in the entire contest. The Bulldogs rallied from an early 3-0 deficit after three innings and 4-1 heading into the bottom of the fifth.

Sidney Ortega had four hits on the evening (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Sidney Ortega had four hits on the evening (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

A three-run fifth inning tied the game at four apiece. The two crosstown rivals then provided the fans with some free softball until the deciding run was scored in the bottom of the ninth.

“In a way I’m thankful we had a game like that. I kept challenging them and telling them that they have the heart of a champion,” said Delaney. “At the end there, nobody doubted that we would get the base hit. Everybody wanted to be the last at bat.”

It was a difficult pill to swallow for Burroughs coach Doug Nicol. His team was well-prepared and it showed in the early innings as the Indians hit Bulldog star pitcher Caitlyn Brooks with relative ease.

The Indians tallied 11 hits against Brooks including eight in the first four frames. Burroughs jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the top of the first when Cheyenne Steward (2 for 5, three RBI’s) singled in home Sidney Ortega (4 for 5, four runs scored) who had tripled.

Cheyenne Steward pitched effectively and added two hits and three RBIs (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Cheyenne Steward pitched effectively and added two hits and three RBIs (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Steward came through again with a two-run single in the third that scored Michelle Santiago (2 for 4) and Ortega.

After the teams traded runs, Burbank rallied in the fifth. A single and three walks cut the deficit to 4-2. With one out and the bases loaded, Winn (2 for 5, three RBI’s) smacked a single to left-center tying the game.

“It was a great game. Cheyenne pitched great. The girls hit great,” Nicol said. “We did everything we needed to do to win.

“We just gave them a little too much in the fifth. We got away from what we were focusing on. That was the difference in the game. How can you not be proud of your team after an effort like that? We took it to them. Nine innings of great softball. Two quality teams.”

Both teams exchanged missed opportunities to go ahead or end the game.

With runners on first and second and nobody out, Steward (8.1 innings, eight hits, four earned runs, seven strikeouts) retired three straight Bulldog batters to end the seventh.

Caitlyn Brooks got tougher as the game wore on (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Caitlyn Brooks got tougher as the game wore on (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

In the ninth inning, Steward reached base on an error and Kaitlin Okimoto (2 for 5) followed with a double. But Brooks (9 innings, 11 hits, two earned runs, one walk, 14 K’s) buckled down to strike out the next three batters to end the threat and set up the dramatic finish.

Pisa singled, moved to second on a walk, on to third on a wild pitch, and scored on Winn’s seeing-eye single.

“I couldn’t be more proud of every person on the team,” said Kaitlin Brooks, the lone senior on the Burbank roster who was 2 for 4. “Everyone pulled their part. There was so much heart in this game and we came through.”

“I’m honored to be a part of what they are doing,” Delaney added. “They come out and work hard every single day. I couldn’t ask for more. They are a special group and it couldn’t be a better team for my first year here.”

It marked Burbank’s 21st consecutive win. The top-ranked Bulldogs now move on to the CIF Division III playoffs likely as the No. 1 seed. Pairings will be announced Saturday afternoon.

If Burroughs (19-6-1, 11-3) plays like they did Wednesday night, a deep run by the Indians is possible. Maybe even another battle against Burbank is on the horizon.

“We scored the most runs in CIF this year in division three. The most runs of anybody. So we know we can hit,” Nicol said. “It’s just those little innings where we kind of fall apart. We made a few mistakes in execution and if we clean them up in practice, we will be fine for the CIF playoffs.”

 

 

 

High School Sports Weekly Recap

BASEBALL:

Doubleheader-

Burroughs 5 Cathedral 0 (game 1)

The Indians scored three runs in the first inning en route to the victory. Noah Hoed and Thomas Wilson each had a hit and RBI. Omar Tejeda got two hits in his varsity debut. Danny Bustos threw four innings allowing only three hits, no runs and no walks.

Cathedral 6 Burroughs 3 (game 2)

Omar Tejeda had two hits and two RBI’s and Thomas Wilson threw four innings giving up four hits and one earned run in the loss.

Burroughs 1 Arcadia 0 (see story)

Hoover 7 Burbank 4

Danny Porras had a double and two RBI’s and Jake Noud added a double, RBI and run scored in the loss.

Burroughs 11 Muir 1

Max Haddad went 2 for 3 with two runs and two RBI’s and Noah Hoed added two hits and two RBI’s. Tyler Lewis had two hits and an RBI. Spencer Malden collected the win throwing four innings and allowing one hit, one run, one walk while striking out five. The Indians scored six runs in the first and coasted to the victory.

Crescenta Valley 11 Burbank 0

The Bulldogs only had three hits in the loss to the first-place Falcons.

SOFTBALL:

Burbank 12 Hoover 0

Caitlyn Brooks tossed a no-hitter with 12 strikeouts and only one walk as the Bulldogs clinched a share of their second consecutive league title. Julia Duarte went 3 for 4 with a home run, double and four RBI’s. Lily Winn was 2 for 3 with two runs scored, a double and RBI. Amber Ingram added two hits and two RBI’s. Burbank has won 19 straight games.

Burroughs 9 Arcadia 1

Cheyenne Steward threw a complete game five-hitter with four strikeouts and issuing just one walk. She also went 3 for 4 with four RBI’s and two triples. Sidney Ortega was 3 for 4 with a home run, three runs scored and two RBI’s. Michelle Santiago had three hits and three runs scored and Kaitlin Okimoto went 3 for 3. The Indians made amends for a prior loss to Arcadia.

Burbank 3 Crescenta Valley 1

Jazmin Orozco went 2 for 4 with a home run in the third inning and two RBIs. Kaitlin Brooks added an RBI single in the fifth inning. Caitlyn Brooks pitched a complete game striking out 13, giving up five hits and one run. The Bulldogs were recently voted No. 1 in CIF Division 3.

Burroughs 20 Muir 0

Aimee Rodriguez, Naelyse Garcia and Cheyenne Steward combined on a perfect game and striking out 10. Rodriguez went 3 for 4 with three runs scored and five RBI’s including two home runs. Michelle Santiago was 2 for 2 with three RBI’s. Sidney Ortega added three RBI’s and a double. Delaney Nicol and DJ Santos added three hits apiece as the Indians pounded the Mustangs.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL:

Burroughs 3 Claremont 0 (25-16, 25-22, 25-17)

The Indians completed a perfect league season going 12-0. Jonathan Fuentes 8 kills; Max Chamberlain 7 kills; Nick Van Loo 6 kills; Ryan Van Loo 25 assists; Tristin Martin 10 digs

Burbank 3 Glendale 0 (26-24, 25-18, 25-12)

The Bulldogs finish the regular season 16-5 overall and 9-3 in league;

(second place)

BOYS TENNIS:

Burroughs’ Sawyer Patterson won the Pacific League singles championship for the second consecutive year defeating Emile Ohanyan of Hoover, 6-2, 6-1 in the finals and Hrant Agakhanyan of Hoover 6-0, 6-2 in the semifinals.

Burbank’s Michael Kundibekian claimed third place by defeating Hrant Agakhanyan of Hoover, 8-4.

GOLF:

Pacific League match #5-

Burroughs shot a 409 to place third and Burbank took fourth with a 438.  

Indians gain a point in the “myBurbank CUP” standings.

Result sheet for League #5 DeBell G.C. 5/01/14
Arcadia Out 36 In 35 Total  71 John Burroughs Out 36 In 35 Total  71
Andrew Baek 40 33 73 Daniel Kesicbasian 43 41 84
Vamsi Damerla 41 36 77 Sivakorn Losakul 44 50 94
Showta Moriyama 40 39 79 Louis D’Aquila 43 38 81
Peter Ju 44 41 81 Patrick Colbert 43 42 85
Daniel Sun 41 42 83 Dylan McNeely 37 38 75
Jonathan Flores 37 36 73 Tnick Trivimol 39 45 84
Totals 199 185 385 Totals 205 204 409
Crecenta Valley Out 36 In 35 Total  71 Glendale Out 36 In 35 Total  71
Paul Park 36 40 76 Russell Caletena 42 36 78
Cody Renfro 43 34 77 Kent Asano 47 43 90
AJ Roa 47 34 81 Sammy Do 54 47 101
Jon Hong 37 37 74 Dong Yoo 45 45 90
David Holeman 38 39 77 Arman Aloyan 51 49 100
Totals 201 184 385 Totals 239 225 459
Burbank Out 36 In 35 Total  71 Pasadena Out 36 In 35 Total  71
Jason Apinchapong 44 41 85 Javier Valadez 52 45 97
Dylan Sherry 46 48 94 James Schult 56 54 110
John Grasse 38 39 77 Daniel Vidimos 63 53 116
Joe Grasse 52 40 92 Total
Taras Sergeev 53 57 110
Josh Provost 44 46 90 Low Score: Andrew Beak AHS 73
Totals 224 214 438 Jonathan Flores AHS 73
Jon Hong CVHS 74
Place Team Points League overall Place Team Points League Overall
1 AHS 5 4 BHS 2
2 CVHS 4 5 GHS 1
3 JBHS 3 PHS
TRACK:
Pacific League finals at Arcadia HS. Burroughs and Burbank results listed-
Womens 4x100 Meter Relay Frosh Soph
  1 Arcadia                                                51.68
  2 Crescenta Valley                                       52.23
  3 John Burroughs                                         53.75
  4 Glendale                                               54.55

Mens 4x100 Meter Relay Frosh Soph
  1 Arcadia                                                44.4h
  2 Burbank                                                45.8h
  3 John Burroughs                                         46.2h
  4 Crescenta Valley                                       46.60
  5 Hoover                                                 47.6h

Womens 4x100 Meter Relay Varsity
  1 Arcadia                                                47.74
  2 Muir                                                   49.19
  3 Burbank                                                50.77
  4 Crescenta Valley                                       51.42

Mens 4x100 Meter Relay Varsity
  1 Arcadia                                                43.05
  2 John Burroughs                                         43.57
  3 Muir                                                   43.99
  4 Glendale                                               45.37
  5 Crescenta Valley                                       45.89

Womens 1600 Yard Run Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Hopf, Alyssa                10 Arcadia               5:27.52
  2 Eligio, Heidi                9 John Burroughs        5:27.57
  3 Hoang, Cindy                 9 Arcadia               5:27.78
  4 Lung, Holly                  9 Arcadia               5:29.25
  5 Eckles, Eileen              10 John Burroughs        5:32.76
  6 Hatun, Alexia               10 Burbank               5:35.81
  7 Bernardo, Samantha          10 Crescenta Valley      5:37.51
  8 Mariott, Sarah              10 Arcadia               5:48.36
  9 Kim, Dru                     9 John Burroughs        5:50.51
 10 Myers, Annie                 9 Crescenta Valley      5:52.24
 11 Collins, Gabby               9 Burbank               5:57.50
 12 Torres, Xochitl              9 Burbank               6:02.20

Mens 1600 Yard Run Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Barrondo, Andrew            10 John Burroughs        4:33.59
  2 Gorman, Sam                  9 Burbank               4:35.01
  3 Navar, Adam                 10 Burbank               4:35.78
  4 Dickinson, Kyle             10 Crescenta Valley      4:39.52
  5 Villagran, Justin           10 John Burroughs        4:39.67
  6 Makar, Shady                10 Arcadia               4:40.32
  7 McNelis, Robert             10 Crescenta Valley      4:40.57
  8 Che, Austin                 10 Arcadia               4:42.20
  9 Elzaiat, Ahmad                 Burbank               4:44.59
 10 Lee, Christopher            10 Arcadia               4:46.09
 11 Battilana, Seth             10 John Burroughs        4:47.06
 12 Fendrich, Daniel             9 John Burroughs        4:48.88

Womens 1600 Yard Run Varsity Finals
  1 Yamane, Veronica            12 Arcadia               4:56.71
  2 Fernandez, Candela          10 Burbank               5:00.38
  3 Melnyk, Megan               11 Crescenta Valley      5:03.94
  4 Guidolin, Laura             11 Arcadia               5:06.97
  5 Johnson, Erika              12 Crescenta Valley      5:10.36
  6 Mencia, Rebecca             10 Crescenta Valley      5:29.13
  7 Sheng, Michaella            12 Arcadia               5:38.91
  8 Barnard, Monique            11 Arcadia               5:39.36
  9 Kamae, Meghan               12 Arcadia               5:41.74
 10 Saggio, Damara              11 Arcadia               5:42.36
 11 Panza, Isabelle             11 Arcadia               5:46.16
 12 Minassian, Lucik            12 Hoover                5:53.52

Mens 1600 Yard Run Varsity Finals
  1 De La Rosa, Estevan         12 Arcadia               4:14.98
  2 Rocha, Phillip              10 Arcadia               4:16.73
  3 Doyle, Brennan              11 Burbank               4:22.30
  4 Mendez, Ricky               12 John Burroughs        4:25.34
  5 Tran, Thomas                12 Arcadia               4:27.92
  6 Liem, James                 11 Arcadia               4:32.01
  7 Beatty, Nick                12 Crescenta Valley      4:33.89
  8 Switzer, Thomas             12 John Burroughs        4:37.53
  9 Evangelista, Alex           12 Arcadia               4:39.77
 10 Shieh, Brian                12 Glendale              4:45.91
 11 Fitzgerald, Silas           11 Crescenta Valley      4:49.19
 12 Vats, Manav                 11 Crescenta Valley      4:49.88

Womens 100 Yard Hurdles Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Filipian, Elizabeth    10 Crescenta Valley        16.45  1.5
  2 Read, Christina         9 Arcadia                 16.83  1.5
  3 Hebri, Samantha        10 John Burroughs          18.14  1.5
  4 Kwan, Allison           9 Crescenta Valley        18.22  1.5
  5 Giboney, Amy            9 Crescenta Valley        19.04  1.5
  6 Yip, Sabrina           10 Arcadia                 19.89  1.5
  7 Carranza, Ariana       10 Arcadia                 19.97  1.5
  8 Scott, Aja              9 Muir                    20.79  1.5
  9 Saengsri, Jennifer      9 Crescenta Valley        21.67  1.5

Womens 100 Yard Hurdles Varsity Finals
  1 Cotlage, Keeya         11 Muir                    14.64  0.8
  2 Phinney, Sammie        11 Crescenta Valley        15.64  0.8
  3 Davis-Scott, Jordyn    11 Muir                    15.76  0.8
  4 Annino, Isabel         11 Arcadia                 16.73  0.8
  5 Lapides, Sarah         12 Crescenta Valley        17.19  0.8
  6 Tsui, Carolyn          12 Arcadia                 18.04  0.8
  7 Huezo, Cassandra       12 Crescenta Valley        18.98  0.8
  8 McCallum, Breanna      11 John Burroughs          18.99  0.8

Mens 110 Yard Hurdles Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Grinnell, Shawn        10 Crescenta Valley        17.02  0.7
  2 Swan, Martin           10 Burbank                 17.89  0.7
  3 Grinnell, Jeremy       10 Crescenta Valley        18.04  0.7
  4 Han, Daniel             9 John Burroughs          18.19  0.7
  5 Velasquez, Nevin       10 Burbank                 18.56  0.7
  6 Vo, Brian               9 John Burroughs          18.89  0.7
  7 Avagimian, Ernest       9 Glendale                19.41  0.7
  8 Gozali, Abraham        10 Arcadia                 19.49  0.7

Mens 110 Yard Hurdles Varsity Finals
  1 Mulligan, Brandon      12 Muir                    15.44 +0.0
  2 Afzali, Jonathan       12 Burbank                 15.47 +0.0
  3 Scherer, Corwin        11 John Burroughs          15.51 +0.0
  4 Bradley, Nathan        11 John Burroughs          16.18 +0.0
  5 Tong, Brandon          11 John Burroughs          16.41 +0.0
  6 Alvarado, Andrew       12 Hoover                  16.54 +0.0
  7 Choi, Wesley           11 Crescenta Valley        16.61 +0.0
  8 Chin, Kyler            12 Crescenta Valley        16.73 +0.0
  9 Pachorek, Mark         12 Arcadia                 16.84 +0.0

Womens 400 Yard Dash Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Bochard, Kira                9 Burbank               1:01.83
  2 Funes, Isabella              9 John Burroughs        1:03.63
  3 Moreano, Jessica            10 Arcadia               1:04.40
  4 Wade, Megan                  9 John Burroughs        1:05.67
  5 Wang, Elizabeth              9 Arcadia               1:05.82
  6 Maat-Hotep,                  9 Pasadena              1:06.02
  7 Hoang, Vivian               10 Arcadia               1:07.04
  8 Glyptis, Soti               10 Glendale              1:08.27
  9 Clark, Jasmine              10 Glendale              1:10.54

Mens 400 Yard Dash Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Guracha, Yeab               10 Arcadia                 53.03
  2 Alpizar, Kevin              10 John Burroughs          53.63
  3 Fernandez, JP               10 Glendale                53.66
  4 Stankovick, Stefan           9 Hoover                  54.11
  5 King, Wade                  10 Glendale                54.19
  6 Clark, Dennis               10 Pasadena                54.26
  7 Panossian, Leon              9 Hoover                  54.59
  8 Grigoryan, Mark             10 Glendale                55.05
  9 Reyes, Nefi                 10 Glendale                56.23

Womens 400 Yard Dash Varsity Finals
  1 White, Kyra                 12 Arcadia                 57.48
  2 Carrillo, Kayleigh          12 Crescenta Valley        57.56
  3 Wiggins, Rachel             11 Arcadia                 59.68
  4 Iannello, Courtney          11 Crescenta Valley      1:01.25
  5 Sargsyan, Vard              12 Glendale              1:03.08
  6 Sambvani, Julia             11 Pasadena              1:03.30
  7 Zepeda, Keren               12 Burbank               1:03.57
  8 Fierro, Deanna              11 John Burroughs        1:04.90
  9 Kuo, Jackie                    Arcadia               1:07.87

Mens 400 Yard Dash Varsity Finals
  1 Brennan, Robert             12 John Burroughs          50.05
  2 Clash, Marcelles            12 Muir                    50.55
  3 Cantong, Josh               10 Burbank                 51.02
  4 Torres, Jesse               12 Glendale                51.10
  5 Tang, Edward                12 Arcadia                 52.59
  6 Jung, Daniel                11 Glendale                54.41
  7 Molina, Michael             11 John Burroughs          54.62

Womens 100 Yard Dash Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Cusamano, Haleigh       9 Burbank                 13.03  1.1
  2 Read, Johanna           9 Arcadia                 13.30  1.1
  3 Gillian, Cavanae        9 Muir                    13.42  1.1
  4 Domingo, Brianna        9 Crescenta Valley        13.43  1.1
  5 Lim, Kelly              9 Crescenta Valley        13.45  1.1
  6 Galvan, Jestena         9 Crescenta Valley        13.57  1.1
  7 Carpenter, Susanne     10 Crescenta Valley        13.78  1.1
  8 Du, Kyla               10 Arcadia                 13.80  1.1
  9 Puchulegui, Melina      9 Glendale                13.81  1.1

Mens 100 Yard Dash Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Wu, Noah               10 Arcadia                 11.35  1.7
  2 Tran, Justin (JT)      10 Arcadia                 11.65  1.7
  3 Devootian, Robert       9 Hoover                  11.80  1.7
  4 Mills, Bradley         10 Arcadia                 11.92  1.7
  5 Baek, Daniel           10 Crescenta Valley        11.95  1.7
  6 King, Max              10 Glendale                12.23  1.7
  7 Karapetian, George     10 Glendale                12.25  1.7
  8 Huynh, Michael         10 John Burroughs          12.60  1.7
  9 Kim, Hye Kwang         10 Crescenta Valley        15.62  1.7


Womens 100 Yard Dash Varsity Finals
  1 Troescher, Sarah       10 Arcadia                 12.22  1.4
  2 Newton, Julia          11 Burbank                 12.53  1.4
  3 Paulus, Jasmine        11 Arcadia                 12.65  1.4
  4 Norwood, Esssence      12 Muir                    12.85  1.4
  5 Benton, Caira          11 Arcadia                 13.13  1.4
  6 Gaskin, Kenya          12 Glendale                13.22  1.4
  7 Springfield, Jordin    11 Crescenta Valley        13.30  1.4
  8 Moreno, Alejandra      12 John Burroughs          13.38  1.4
  9 Sy, Hannah             10 Crescenta Valley        13.55  1.4

Mens 100 Yard Dash Varsity Finals
  1 Aldana, Matthew        11 Glendale                11.26  2.4
  2 Paul, Chris            11 Arcadia                 11.37  2.4
  3 Guerrero, Niko         10 John Burroughs          11.39  2.4
  4 Chang, Weston          11 Arcadia                 11.41  2.4
  5 Williams, James        11 Burbank                 11.66  2.4
  6 Chereque, Ryan         11 Hoover                  11.91  2.4
  7 Joyner, Will           12 Hoover                  11.96  2.4
  8 Broussard, Jayson      11 Muir                    12.24  2.4
  9 Yarborough, Josh          Arcadia                 12.66  2.4

Womens 800 Meter Run Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Boyajyan, Nona              10 Glendale              2:29.40
  2 Adams, Caroline             10 Burbank               2:31.37
  3 Huang, Joy                   9 Arcadia               2:32.07
  4 Hopf, Alyssa                10 Arcadia               2:32.09
  5 Lung, Holly                  9 Arcadia               2:35.11
  6 Ramirez, Gaby                9 Arcadia               2:35.76
  7 Faulkner, Fiona             10 Pasadena              2:38.61
  8 Erickson, Hannah            10 Burbank               2:38.84
  9 Giammichele, Jamie           9 Burbank               2:41.31
 10 Hanzo, Heather              10 Arcadia               2:41.56
 11 Pfupajena, Sina             10 Arcadia               2:47.80
 12 Anderson, Graison            9 John Burroughs        2:52.41

Mens 800 Meter Run Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Navar, Adam                 10 Burbank               2:01.70
  2 Dickinson, Kyle             10 Crescenta Valley      2:01.71
  3 Cardenas, Armin             10 Crescenta Valley      2:02.06
  4 Smith, Justin               10 Burbank               2:05.42
  5 Hernandez, Rene             10 Glendale              2:05.88
  6 Gorman, Sam                  9 Burbank               2:07.47
  7 Nogalski, Jakub              9 Glendale              2:08.65
  8 Makar, Shady                10 Arcadia               2:09.20
  9 Cho, Josh                    9 Burbank               2:10.89
 10 Lee, John Jae               10 Crescenta Valley      2:11.49
 11 Sie, Kento                  10 Arcadia               2:12.02
 12 Hansen, Evan                10 Glendale              2:12.26

Womens 800 Meter Run Varsity Finals
  1 Melnyk, Megan               11 Crescenta Valley      2:19.55
  2 Johnson, Erika              12 Crescenta Valley      2:19.91
  3 Setian, Leanna              11 Glendale              2:21.68
  4 Ignacio, Daisy              12 Burbank               2:24.40
  5 Jackson, Kyree              11 Arcadia               2:31.61
  6 Aueyong, Emerald            11 Arcadia               2:33.44
  7 Yanez, Dayanna              12 John Burroughs        2:35.51
  8 Barnard, Monique            11 Arcadia               2:35.90
  9 Swanson, Kendall            12 Arcadia               2:37.48
 10 Cubero, Caroline            11 Glendale              2:42.50
 11 McCraw, Kaitly              11 Glendale              2:47.16

Mens 800 Meter Run Varsity Finals
  1 Dondalski, Michael          12 Pasadena              1:54.81
  2 Beatty, Nick                12 Crescenta Valley      1:56.13
  3 Torres, Jesse               12 Glendale              1:56.24
  4 Mkrtchyan, Arsen            12 Burbank               1:56.53
  5 Wenslow, Jarrick            12 Arcadia               1:58.35
  6 Vargas, Everth              12 John Burroughs        2:01.08
  7 Manalo, Matt                12 Crescenta Valley      2:06.89
  8 Chen, Ruo Yu                11 Arcadia               2:07.02
  9 Fong, Jason                 11 Arcadia               2:07.16
 10 Loh, Jacky                  12 Arcadia               2:07.22
 11 Artiga, Oliver              11 Arcadia               2:10.53

Womens 300 Meter Hurdles Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Bochard, Kira                9 Burbank                 48.33
  2 Maat-Hotep,                  9 Pasadena                50.03
  3 Filipian, Elizabeth         10 Crescenta Valley        52.07
  4 Yip, Sabrina                10 Arcadia                 52.32
  5 Contreras, Jasmine           9 Arcadia                 52.62
  6 Kwan, Allison                9 Crescenta Valley        53.58
  7 Hebri, Samantha             10 John Burroughs          54.63
  8 Giboney, Amy                 9 Crescenta Valley        55.07
  9 Carranza, Ariana            10 Arcadia                 55.20

Womens 300 Meter Hurdles Varsity Finals
  1 Cotlage, Keeya              11 Muir                    47.29
  2 Annino, Isabel              11 Arcadia                 47.58
  3 Keller, Grace               11 Crescenta Valley        47.80
  4 Lapides, Sarah              12 Crescenta Valley        48.76
  5 Phinney, Sammie             11 Crescenta Valley        48.86
  6 Davis-Scott, Jordyn         11 Muir                    48.88
  7 Pajulas, Abby               12 Glendale                48.91
  8 Hampton, Kyarra             11 Arcadia                 51.05
  9 Braun, Cambria              11 Arcadia                 52.08

Mens 300 Meter Hurdles Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Swan, Martin                10 Burbank                 43.01
  2 Kelly, Josh                  9 Arcadia                 44.60
  3 Carrillo, Max                9 John Burroughs          45.77
  4 Vo, Brian                    9 John Burroughs          46.45
  5 Fajardo, Michael            10 John Burroughs          46.95
  6 Chen, Ethan                 10 Arcadia                 47.30
  7 Han, Daniel                  9 John Burroughs          47.79
  8 Carator, Josh               10 Glendale                48.56
  9 Velasquez, Nevin            10 Burbank                 49.86

Mens 300 Meter Hurdles Varsity Finals
  1 Scherer, Corwin             11 John Burroughs          40.14
  2 Alvarado, Andrew            12 Hoover                  41.30
  3 Bradley, Nathan             11 John Burroughs          41.80
  4 Chin, Kyler                 12 Crescenta Valley        42.15
  5 Kang, Kenny                 10 Crescenta Valley        42.42
  6 Martinez, Walter            12 Pasadena                42.72
  7 Pulgarin, Andres            12 Burbank                 42.99
  8 Rovira, Julian              11 Glendale                44.06
  9 Tong, Brandon               11 John Burroughs          45.22

Womens 200 Meter Dash Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Cusamano, Haleigh       9 Burbank                 26.60  1.5
  2 Read, Johanna           9 Arcadia                 27.92  1.5
  3 Gillian, Cavanae        9 Muir                    28.04  1.5
  4 Lim, Kelly              9 Crescenta Valley        28.15  1.5
  5 Franco, Camila         10 John Burroughs          28.25  1.5
  6 Moreano, Jessica       10 Arcadia                 28.62  1.5
  7 Domingo, Brianna        9 Crescenta Valley        28.64  1.5
  8 Galvan, Jestena         9 Crescenta Valley        28.67  1.5
  9 Espinoza, Sophia       10 Glendale                29.47  1.5

Mens 200 Meter Dash Frosh Soph Finals
  1 Wu, Noah               10 Arcadia                 23.10 -0.1
  2 Mills, Bradley         10 Arcadia                 23.90 -0.1
  3 Devootian, Robert       9 Hoover                  23.94 -0.1
  4 Francois, Raymond       9 Burbank                 24.24 -0.1
  5 Onyedumekwy, Shawn     10 Hoover                  24.77 -0.1
  6 Clark, Dennis          10 Pasadena                24.92 -0.1
  7 Hong, Sunny            10 Arcadia                 24.95 -0.1

Womens 200 Meter Dash Varsity Finals
  1 White, Kyra            12 Arcadia                 25.45  1.4
  2 Carrillo, Kayleigh     12 Crescenta Valley        25.88  1.4
  3 Norwood, Esssence      12 Muir                    26.72  1.4
  4 Tomitsa, Felicia       12 Burbank                 26.82  1.4
  5 Benton, Caira          11 Arcadia                 27.02  1.4
  6 Moreno, Alejandra      12 John Burroughs          28.27  1.4
  7 Sambvani, Julia        11 Pasadena                28.30  1.4
  8 Sy, Hannah             10 Crescenta Valley        29.39  1.4
  9 Wang, Madeline            Arcadia                 29.52  1.4

Mens 200 Meter Dash Varsity Finals
  1 Clash, Marcelles       12 Muir                    22.70  2.4
  2 Roe, Chris             11 Burbank                 22.93  2.4
  3 Guerrero, Niko         10 John Burroughs          22.95  2.4
  4 Chang, Weston          11 Arcadia                 23.30  2.4
  5 Paul, Chris            11 Arcadia                 23.32  2.4
  6 Lu, Jason              12 Arcadia                 23.50  2.4
  7 Matevossi, Dion        11 Crescenta Valley        24.28  2.4
  8 Cravin, Devonte        12 Muir                    24.57  2.4
  9 Nakazawa, Hideki       11 Burbank                 24.58  2.4

Womens 3200 Meter Run Frosh Soph
  1 Eligio, Heidi                9 John Burroughs       11:49.17
  2 Reyes, Julia                 9 Arcadia              11:53.71
  3 Hatun, Alexia               10 Burbank              11:56.01
  4 Bochard, Kira                9 Burbank              11:56.06
  5 Eckles, Eileen              10 John Burroughs       11:56.78
  6 Hoang, Cindy                 9 Arcadia              12:30.65
  7 Bernardo, Samantha          10 Crescenta Valley     12:31.44
  8 Huang, Joy                   9 Arcadia              12:41.68
  9 Myers, Annie                 9 Crescenta Valley     12:44.95
 10 Ramirez, Gaby                9 Arcadia              13:00.11
 11 Erickson, Hannah            10 Burbank              13:11.59
 12 Torres, Xochitl              9 Burbank              13:17.30
 13 Silva-Garcia, Ruffina        9 Arcadia              13:18.28
 14 Lam, Amanda                 10 Arcadia              13:19.77
 15 Dimaano, Elyssa             10 Burbank              13:21.40
 16 Su, Kaylx                   10 Arcadia              13:24.37
 17 Giammichele, Jamie           9 Burbank              13:46.85
 18 Collins, Gabby               9 Burbank              13:59.81
 19 Diaz, Jailene                9 John Burroughs       14:00.24
 20 Cartalan-Fuentes, Aileen    10 Arcadia              14:01.59
 21 Khachikyan, Meri               Burbank              14:02.06
 22 Pfupajena, Sina             10 Arcadia              14:02.11

Mens 3200 Meter Run Frosh Soph
  1 Navar, Adam                 10 Burbank              10:03.44
  2 Lee, Christopher            10 Arcadia              10:04.98
  3 Che, Austin                 10 Arcadia              10:06.45
  4 Macromallis, Jonas          10 Burbank              10:07.06
  5 Gorman, Sam                  9 Burbank              10:09.97
  6 Villagran, Justin           10 John Burroughs       10:14.07
  7 Green, Manne                10 John Burroughs       10:16.14
  8 Flores, Angel                9 Burbank              10:23.58
  9 Payne, Tanner               10 Burbank              10:27.57
 10 McNelis, Robert             10 Crescenta Valley     10:30.02
 11 Arroyo, Antonio              9 Arcadia              10:32.37
 12 Wells, Timothy               9 John Burroughs       10:33.93
 13 Kawai, Colin                10 Arcadia              10:36.58
 14 Beimford, Daniel            10 John Burroughs       10:40.80
 15 Sharma, Ravi                10 Arcadia              10:47.34
 16 Reyes, Jacob                10 Arcadia              10:48.82
 17 Sie, Kento                  10 Arcadia              10:53.46
 18 Chereque, Chris              9 Hoover               11:01.22
 19 Yoon, Jonathan               9 Crescenta Valley     11:03.94
 20 Villalpando, Adam              John Burroughs       11:06.26
 21 Paik, Brian                    Burbank              11:11.35
 22 Parrott, Elijah                Burbank              11:13.50
 23 Hsu, William Justin         10 Arcadia              11:20.59
 24 Brunner, Matt                9 Crescenta Valley     11:30.25
 25 Barajas, Joshua             10 Glendale             11:30.47
 26 Ramas, Johnsie              10 Hoover               11:34.61
 27 Atin, Cameron               10 Crescenta Valley     11:46.95
 28 Soriano, Enrico             10 Glendale             12:24.54
 29 Lemus, Jose                 10 Glendale             13:11.74
 30 Regner, Matthew              9 Hoover               13:46.17
 31 Medina, Dexxer               9 Glendale             13:49.21
 32 Shah, Bhavin                 9 Glendale             14:09.40

Womens 3200 Meter Run Varsity
  1 Yamane, Veronica            12 Arcadia              10:58.08
  2 Fernandez, Candela          10 Burbank              11:04.20
  3 Witzeman, Haley             11 Crescenta Valley     11:31.63
  4 Mencia, Rebecca             10 Crescenta Valley     11:41.72
  5 Kamae, Meghan               12 Arcadia              12:03.38
  6 Stevenson, Taryn            12 Burbank              12:06.25
  7 Movsesyan, Arlette          12 Burbank              12:11.69
  8 Sheng, Michaella            12 Arcadia              12:12.60
  9 Mirkhanian, Megan           11 Hoover               12:17.01
 10 Monroy, Valerie             11 John Burroughs       12:21.81
 11 Minassian, Lucik            12 Hoover               12:30.96
 12 Burch, Amanda               11 Crescenta Valley     12:36.06
 13 Aueyong, Emerald            11 Arcadia              12:37.21
 14 Panza, Isabelle             11 Arcadia              12:41.72
 15 Saggio, Damara              11 Arcadia              12:48.74
 16 Middleton, McKenna          11 Crescenta Valley     13:15.82
 17 Solomon, Stephanie          12 Burbank              13:17.29
 18 Cruz, Sally                 11 Glendale             14:42.41
 19 Clark, Alyssa               11 Hoover               16:28.53

Mens 3200 Meter Run Varsity
  1 De La Rosa, Estevan         12 Arcadia               9:11.31
  2 Collison, Gabe              12 Crescenta Valley      9:18.90
  3 Rocha, Phillip              10 Arcadia               9:24.84
  4 Gonzalez, Josue             12 Arcadia               9:28.41
  5 Ellman, Gabriel             12 Burbank               9:31.06
  6 Boulais, Garrett            11 John Burroughs        9:36.72
  7 Moskowitz, Ethan            12 Burbank               9:47.23
  8 Thompson, Shane             11 John Burroughs        9:47.80
  9 Doyle, Brennan              11 Burbank               9:49.30
 10 Hoxsie, Elias               11 John Burroughs        9:53.65
 11 Vizcaino, Enrique           11 Burbank               9:58.96
 12 Evangelista, Alex           12 Arcadia              10:02.53
 13 Liem, James                 11 Arcadia              10:03.85
 14 Barajas, Joseph             12 Arcadia              10:09.48
 15 Price, Zachary              11 Arcadia              10:10.95
 16 Howe, Jack                  11 John Burroughs       10:15.62
 17 Celaya, Luis                12 John Burroughs       10:17.73
 18 Vats, Manav                 11 Crescenta Valley     10:20.65
 19 Climasevschii, Vladimir     11 Hoover               10:26.70
 20 Loh, Jacky                  12 Arcadia              10:33.69
 21 Sandoval, Celso             11 Burbank              10:35.53
 22 Witzeman, Connor            12 Crescenta Valley     10:37.65
 23 Crosthwaite, Jason          11 Crescenta Valley     10:39.25
 24 Owens, Matt                 12 Crescenta Valley     10:40.05
 25 Fitzgerald, Silas           11 Crescenta Valley     10:46.54
 26 Shieh, Brian                12 Glendale             10:49.69
 27 Switzer, Thomas             12 John Burroughs       10:53.06
 28 Stopfer, Ethan              11 Burbank              10:53.11
 29 Sugars, Brandon                Burbank              11:02.29
 30 Tavitian, Vicken            11 Hoover               11:21.19
 31 Cruz, Alan                  11 Hoover               11:22.01
 32 Advincula, Rommel           12 Glendale             12:56.51

Womens 4x400 Meter Relay Frosh Soph
  1 Arcadia                                              4:19.91
  2 John Burroughs                                       4:20.72
  3 Burbank                                              4:21.92
  4 Crescenta Valley                                     4:38.22

Mens 4x400 Meter Relay Frosh Soph
  1 Burbank                                              3:37.14
  2 Glendale                                             3:37.16
  3 Arcadia                                              3:37.99
  4 John Burroughs                                       3:38.58
  5 Crescenta Valley                                     3:43.42
  6 Hoover                                               3:47.60
  7 Pasadena                                             3:52.33

Womens 4x400 Meter Relay Varsity
  1 Arcadia                                              3:52.88
  2 Crescenta Valley                                     3:55.57
  3 Muir                                                 4:12.40
  3 Burbank                                              4:12.40
  5 Glendale                                             4:17.37
  6 John Burroughs                                       4:23.18
  7 Pasadena                                             4:40.83

Mens 4x400 Meter Relay Varsity
  1 John Burroughs                                       3:27.32
  2 Burbank                                              3:28.56
  3 Muir                                                 3:28.84
  4 Arcadia                                              3:29.04
  5 Crescenta Valley                                     3:29.96
  6 Glendale                                             3:29.97
  7 Hoover                                               3:40.69
  8 Pasadena                                             3:42.65

Womens Long Jump Frosh Soph
  1 Funes, Isabella              9 John Burroughs       16-00.50
  2 Calabretta, Sophia           9 Arcadia              14-11.50
  3 Read, Christina              9 Arcadia              14-10.50
  4 Saengsri, Jennifer           9 Crescenta Valley     14-01.00
  5 Diep, Jessica                9 Arcadia              14-00.50
  6 Vardanyan, Nataly           10 Glendale             13-11.00
  7 Brown, Monica               10 John Burroughs       13-09.00
  8 Read, Johanna                9 Arcadia              13-06.00
  9 Dolan, Makenzie              9 Burbank              13-01.50
 10 Shelton, Jessy               9 Crescenta Valley     12-02.50
 11 Yanai, Claire                9 Glendale             12-02.50

Mens Long Jump Frosh Soph
  1 Tran, Justin (JT)           10 Arcadia              19-07.50
  2 Powell, Noah                10 Burbank              19-07.00
  3 Wu, Noah                    10 Arcadia              18-05.00
  4 Jeong, Kevin                 9 Crescenta Valley     18-02.00
  5 Stankovick, Stefan           9 Hoover               18-01.50
  6 Hernandez, Preston           9 John Burroughs       17-11.00
  7 Lee, Jonathan                9 Crescenta Valley     17-07.00
  8 Chen, Ethan                 10 Arcadia              17-06.00
  8 DeMesa, Daniel              10 Glendale             17-06.00
 10 Papopyan, Davit             10 Burbank              17-05.50
 11 Kong, Josh                   9 Crescenta Valley     16-11.00
 12 Bersalbe, Albe              10 Glendale             16-10.00
 12 Phillippi, Nick             10 John Burroughs       16-10.00
 14 Washington, Jaime            9 Muir                 16-07.50
 15 Sargsyan, Eric               9 Glendale             16-06.00
 16 Hansen, Evan                10 Glendale             16-04.00
 17 Song, Eric                   9 Crescenta Valley     16-03.00
 18 Suthipiromrak, Peerapol     10 Hoover               16-02.00
 19 Lee, Austin                  9 Crescenta Valley     16-01.00
 19 Lehman, Nathen               9 John Burroughs       16-01.00
 21 Mathov, Ben                 10 John Burroughs       15-09.00
 22 Lee, Sung                    9 Crescenta Valley     15-08.00
 23 Jang, Seong Won             10 Arcadia              14-11.50
 24 Gozali, Abraham             10 Arcadia              14-11.00
 25 Munoz, Nate                  9 Burbank              14-10.50
 26 Kim, Roy                    10 Burbank              14-07.50
 27 McClain, Seth                  Muir                 14-07.00
 28 Treadwell, Matthew          10 Arcadia              14-06.50
 29 Wong, Michael                9 John Burroughs       14-02.00

Womens Long Jump Varsity
  1 Dopke, Campbell              9 Arcadia              17-01.50
  2 Benton, Caira               11 Arcadia              16-08.00
  3 Dopke, Kelly                11 Arcadia              16-07.00
  4 Acosta, Megan                  Arcadia              16-03.50
  5 Schlueter, Clair             9 Crescenta Valley     16-00.50
  6 Paulus, Jasmine             11 Arcadia              16-00.00
  7 Loekman, Michelle           12 Arcadia              15-05.50
  8 Prystupa, Sarah             10 John Burroughs       15-02.50
  9 Hou, Selicia                11 Arcadia              14-07.00
 10 Habalrih, Celene            11 Glendale             13-07.00
 11 Fabular, Christina          12 Glendale             12-10.00
 12 Middleton, Taylor           11 Crescenta Valley     12-08.50
 13 Hui, Karah                  12 Glendale             12-05.50
 14 Esqueda, Brianna            11 Glendale             12-04.50
 15 Andaya, Karen               11 Glendale             12-03.50
 16 Gatchalian, Leana           12 Crescenta Valley     12-01.00
 17 Bae, Yoona                  12 Crescenta Valley     12-00.50

Mens Long Jump Varsity
  1 Cho, Shin Sung (John)       12 Arcadia              22-02.00
  2 Mulligan, Brandon           12 Muir                 21-07.00
  3 Pachorek, Mark              12 Arcadia              20-00.50
  4 Poon, Leon                  11 Arcadia              19-09.50
  5 Smith, David                11 Muir                 19-07.00
  6 Lee, Steve                  12 Crescenta Valley     19-03.50
  7 Schwartz, Matt              12 John Burroughs       19-00.00
  8 Williams, Andrew            12 John Burroughs       18-11.00
  8 Williams, James             11 Burbank              18-11.00
 10 Cabrera, Chris              11 Crescenta Valley     18-09.50
 11 Ramirez, Yves               11 Glendale             18-09.00
 12 Shi, Michael                12 Arcadia              18-04.50
 13 Phan, Jeremy                11 John Burroughs       18-01.50
 14 Dovlatyan, Aram             11 Hoover               17-08.50
 15 Patel, Dev                  11 Burbank              17-08.00
 16 Fescher, Dominick           12 Crescenta Valley     17-04.00
 16 Williams, Michael           12 Glendale             17-04.00
 18 Dovaston, Dylan             11 John Burroughs       17-01.00
 19 Golanians, Orbel            12 Burbank              16-10.50
 20 Cruz, Brian                 12 Glendale             16-06.00
 21 Bey, Nadjee                 12 John Burroughs       16-03.50
 22 Kang, Sam                   11 Crescenta Valley     16-02.50
 23 Porcell, Matt               11 Crescenta Valley     15-06.00

Womens Triple Jump Frosh Soph
  1 Diep, Jessica                9 Arcadia              31-01.50
  2 Calabretta, Sophia           9 Arcadia              30-06.00
  3 Hebri, Samantha             10 John Burroughs       30-05.00
  4 McPherson, Laura            10 Arcadia              30-00.50
  5 Perez, Katherine            10 Arcadia              28-07.50
  6 Vardanyan, Nataly           10 Glendale             28-07.00
  7 Dolan, Makenzie              9 Burbank              27-10.00
  8 Shelton, Jessy               9 Crescenta Valley     27-07.00
  9 Saengsri, Jennifer           9 Crescenta Valley     27-03.00
 10 Castillo, Cecilia              Arcadia              26-09.00
 11 Vasquez, Christine          10 Burbank              26-07.75
 12 Wiley, Rachel                9 Burbank              26-07.50
 13 Tsaturian, Ovsanna          10 Glendale             25-08.50
 14 Yanai, Claire                9 Glendale             25-00.50
 15 Cisneros, Rebecca            9 Crescenta Valley     24-04.75

Mens Triple Jump Frosh Soph
  1 Powell, Noah                10 Burbank              42-04.00
  2 Papopyan, Davit             10 Burbank              41-04.25
  3 Fernandez, JP               10 Glendale             39-06.50
  4 Mathov, Ben                 10 John Burroughs       38-09.00
  5 DeMesa, Daniel              10 Glendale             37-00.25
  6 Lee, Jonathan                9 Crescenta Valley     36-09.50
  7 Hansen, Evan                10 Glendale             36-02.75
  8 Chen, Ethan                 10 Arcadia              36-02.50
  9 Lee, Austin                  9 Crescenta Valley     36-01.00
 10 Phillippi, Nick             10 John Burroughs       35-06.75
 11 Jeong, Kevin                 9 Crescenta Valley     35-04.25
 12 Song, Eric                   9 Crescenta Valley     34-02.00
 13 Bersalbe, Albe              10 Glendale             34-01.00
 14 Jang, Seong Won             10 Arcadia              33-10.00
 15 Washington, Jaime            9 Muir                 33-09.50
 16 Kelly, Josh                  9 Arcadia              32-08.00
 17 Treadwell, Matthew          10 Arcadia              32-07.00
 17 Kim, Roy                    10 Burbank              32-07.00
 19 Nagaoka, Nathan             10 Crescenta Valley     29-04.50

Womens Triple Jump Varsity
  1 Dopke, Kelly                11 Arcadia              34-08.25
  2 Loekman, Michelle           12 Arcadia              33-02.50
  3 Miller, Lauryn                 Muir                 32-08.50
  4 Ilano, Ellaine              12 John Burroughs       30-04.50
  5 Sanchez, Elizabeth          12 Burbank              30-03.75
  6 Schlueter, Clair             9 Crescenta Valley     30-02.50
  7 McCallum, Breanna           11 John Burroughs       29-08.50
  7 Phan, Jamie                 12 John Burroughs       29-08.50
  9 Vuncannon, McKynlee         11 Burbank              29-07.75
 10 Vardanyan, Lilit            11 Burbank              29-04.75
 11 Hui, Karah                  12 Glendale             29-04.50
 12 Andaya, Karen               11 Glendale             29-04.00
 13 Rodriguez, Laura            11 John Burroughs       29-03.75
 14 Habalrih, Celene            11 Glendale             29-00.00
 14 Gatchalian, Leana           12 Crescenta Valley     29-00.00
 16 Hou, Selicia                11 Arcadia              28-07.50
 17 Middleton, Taylor           11 Crescenta Valley     28-03.75
 18 Bae, Yoona                  12 Crescenta Valley     26-05.50
 19 Esqueda, Brianna            11 Glendale             25-08.00

Mens Triple Jump Varsity
  1 Guerrero, Niko              10 John Burroughs       42-05.50
  2 Ayo, Josh                   12 Crescenta Valley     41-10.00
  3 Williams, James             11 Burbank              41-04.50
  4 Walker, Chris               12 Burbank              41-00.00
  5 Williams, Andrew            12 John Burroughs       40-08.00
  6 Bey, Nadjee                 12 John Burroughs       39-07.75
  7 Poon, Leon                  11 Arcadia              39-04.50
  8 Golanians, Orbel            12 Burbank              39-00.00
  9 Hart, Andrew                12 Crescenta Valley     38-05.00
 10 Dovlatyan, Aram             11 Hoover               38-01.50
 11 Ramirez, Yves               11 Glendale             37-11.00
 12 Dovaston, Dylan             11 John Burroughs       37-08.00
 12 Shi, Michael                12 Arcadia              37-08.00
 14 Manukyan, Albert            12 John Burroughs       37-06.75
 14 Phan, Jeremy                11 John Burroughs       37-06.75
 16 Verret, Brian               11 Arcadia              35-07.00
 17 Wan, Leo                    12 Arcadia              34-01.50

Womens High Jump Frosh Soph
  1 Cusamano, Haleigh            9 Burbank               4-08.00
  2 Meltzer, Jordan             10 John Burroughs        4-08.00
  3 Dolan, Makenzie              9 Burbank               4-04.00
  4 Perez, Katherine            10 Arcadia               4-02.00
  5 Read, Christina              9 Arcadia               4-00.00
  6 Vasquez, Christine          10 Burbank               4-00.00

Mens High Jump Frosh Soph
  1 Powell, Noah                10 Burbank               5-08.00
  2 Gonzalez, Zechariah          9 Crescenta Valley      5-06.00
  3 Nahabtian, Arin              9 Crescenta Valley      5-06.00
  4 Lapides, John               10 Crescenta Valley      5-04.00
  5 Herboian, Marty             10 Crescenta Valley      5-02.00
  6 Vuncannon, Colin             9 Burbank               5-00.00
  6 Weller, Nicholas             9 Arcadia               5-00.00
  8 Shank, Journey               9 Crescenta Valley      5-00.00
  9 Sargsyan, Eric               9 Glendale              5-00.00
 10 Kandakher, Taj               9 Crescenta Valley      4-10.00
 11 Chuang, Joshua               9 Arcadia               4-10.00

Womens High Jump Varsity
  1 Walker, Emmie               11 Crescenta Valley      5-02.00
  2 Rock, Hannah                11 Arcadia               5-00.00
  2 Dopke, Kelly                11 Arcadia               5-00.00
  4 Sanchez, Elizabeth          12 Burbank               5-00.00
  4 Keller, Grace               11 Crescenta Valley      5-00.00
  6 Lorenzo, Katherina          12 Glendale              4-06.00
  6 Hui, Karah                  12 Glendale              4-06.00
  8 Andrade, Alissa             11 Hoover                4-06.00
  9 Hodges, Chyannea            12 Muir                  4-04.00

Mens High Jump Varsity
  1 Schwartz, Matt              12 John Burroughs        6-00.00
  2 Ramirez, Yves               11 Glendale              5-10.00
  2 Strang, Trevor              12 Burbank               5-10.00
  4 Chou, Justin                11 Arcadia               5-10.00
  4 Cho, Shin Sung (John)       12 Arcadia               5-10.00
  4 Walker, Chris               12 Burbank               5-10.00
  7 Garduno, Nick               12 John Burroughs        5-08.00
  8 Smith, David                11 Muir                  5-08.00
  9 Kim, Juho                   12 Crescenta Valley      5-08.00
 10 Woodward, Matt              12 John Burroughs        5-06.00
 11 Floyd, Tre                  12 Muir                  5-04.00

Womens Pole Vault Frosh Soph
  1 Constanzo, Alexandria        9 Arcadia               7-00.00
  2 Pontius, Sydney              9 Crescenta Valley      7-00.00
  3 Giron, Sylvia                9 Crescenta Valley      6-06.00
  4 Yanai, Claire                9 Glendale              6-00.00
  4 Wiley, Rachel                9 Burbank               6-00.00

Mens Pole Vault Frosh Soph
  1 Mathov, Ben                 10 John Burroughs       10-06.00
  2 Poladian, Andre             10 Burbank              10-06.00
  3 Papopyan, Davit             10 Burbank              10-00.00
  4 Chuang, Joshua               9 Arcadia               9-06.00
  5 Foote, Logan                10 Crescenta Valley      9-06.00
  6 Le, Sean Quang              10 Arcadia               9-06.00
  6 Phu, Lynske                 10 Arcadia               9-06.00
  8 Langley, Tim                10 Crescenta Valley      9-00.00
  8 Barajas, Joshua             10 Glendale              9-00.00
  8 Han, Daniel                  9 John Burroughs        9-00.00
  8 White, Austin               10 Crescenta Valley      9-00.00

Womens Pole Vault Varsity
  1 Prystupa, Sarah             10 John Burroughs       10-00.00
  2 Newton, Julia               11 Burbank              10-00.00
  3 Tarsala, Kristen            11 Arcadia               8-00.00
  4 Ilano, Ellaine              12 John Burroughs        7-06.00
  5 Bautista-Capol, Chloe       11 Crescenta Valley      7-00.00

Mens Pole Vault Varsity
  1 Schwartz, Matt              12 John Burroughs       15-01.00
  2 Miranda, Chris              12 Burbank              14-06.00
  3 Truong, Kent                11 John Burroughs       13-06.00
  5 Williams, Michael           12 Glendale             12-01.00
  5 Pulgarin, Andres            12 Burbank              13-06.00
  6 Allsman, Mark               12 John Burroughs       11-06.00
  6 Rogers, Logan               12 Crescenta Valley     11-06.00
  8 Dupuy, Dashel               11 Crescenta Valley     11-06.00
  9 Bush, Scott                 11 Crescenta Valley     11-00.00
 10 Torres, Aaron               11 Crescenta Valley     10-06.00
 10 Poole, Jacob                11 Crescenta Valley     10-06.00
 12 Manukyan, Albert            12 John Burroughs       10-00.00
 12 Gibbons, Edward             12 Burbank              10-00.00

Womens Shot Put Frosh Soph
  1 Harris, Jasmyn              10 Muir                 30-11.00
  2 Hill, Darryne               10 Muir                 29-02.75
  3 Younan, Nadime               9 John Burroughs       28-04.50
  4 Valdez, Loreny               9 Arcadia              27-11.00
  5 McCord, Kelsey              10 Burbank              27-08.00
  6 Vardanyan, Nataly           10 Glendale             27-05.75
  7 Rebollo, Victoria           10 Glendale             25-10.00
  8 Wiley, Rachel                9 Burbank              25-09.75
  9 Yanai, Claire                9 Glendale             25-02.00
 10 Vallderuten, Stephanie      10 Glendale             24-07.50
 11 Sinani, Michelle             9 Crescenta Valley     24-04.75
 12 Hasbun, Hennesey            10 John Burroughs       23-09.00
 13 Leon, Lili                  10 John Burroughs       22-11.00
 13 Cho, Kelly                   9 Crescenta Valley     22-11.00
 15 Lee, Hannah                 10 Crescenta Valley     20-09.50
 16 Cha, Jeong                   9 Hoover               18-10.75
 17 Larson, Sara                10 Burbank              18-10.50

Mens Shot Put Frosh Soph
  1 Melkonyan, Haykaz           10 Glendale             43-09.50
  2 Avagimian, Ernest            9 Glendale             43-05.00
  3 Akopyan, Arthur             10 Crescenta Valley     42-11.00
  4 Tran, Justin (JT)           10 Arcadia              41-07.00
  5 Avagyan, Sarkis              9 Glendale             41-02.00
  6 Howe, Tommy                  9 John Burroughs       38-06.50
  7 Razavi, Gianni              10 Burbank              38-06.00
  8 Aslo, Mitchell              10 Burbank              37-10.00
  9 Norkus, Nick                10 Crescenta Valley     37-09.75
 10 Zaibokian, Emanoel          10 Glendale             37-09.50
 11 Abrahamian, Peter           10 Burbank              37-09.00
 12 Shabanian, Alex             10 Glendale             36-03.00
 12 Chun, Roy                   10 Crescenta Valley     36-03.00
 14 Voskanyan, Misak             9 Glendale             36-01.00
 15 Chang, Andrew               10 Arcadia              35-08.00
 16 Hovanesian, Alan             9 Burbank              33-11.25
 17 Faucheux, Joseph             9 John Burroughs       33-05.75
 18 Campbell, Riley              9 Crescenta Valley     32-08.00
 19 Manukyan, Manuk              9 Glendale             30-02.50
 20 Medina, Dexxer               9 Glendale             28-04.75
 21 Soriano, Nathan             10 John Burroughs       25-07.00
 22 Cortez, Henry               10 Hoover               24-09.00
 23 Reyes, Michael               9 John Burroughs       24-05.00
 24 Williams, Matthew            9 Glendale             24-01.50
 25 Dermendjian, Mike            9 John Burroughs       23-08.50

Womens Shot Put Varsity
  1 Adams, Tierra               12 Muir                 48-10.25
  2 Diep, Shannon               12 Arcadia              34-06.00
  3 Shinn, Alisa                10 Crescenta Valley     32-07.50
  4 Utley, Celeste              12 Arcadia              31-02.50
  5 Sapone, Ashley              12 John Burroughs       29-06.75
  6 Vuncannon, McKynlee         11 Burbank              28-07.00
  7 Eskander, Christine         12 Arcadia              28-06.00
  8 Ly-Lim, Megan               11 John Burroughs       27-03.00
  9 Goodwin, Emory              11 John Burroughs       26-08.50
 10 Villegas, Olivia            11 John Burroughs       26-02.00
 11 Alex, Feba                  12 Burbank              24-07.75
 12 Stone, Alexandra            12 Glendale             23-06.50
 13 Esqueda, Brianna            11 Glendale             22-08.00
 14 Medina, Jennifer            12 Burbank              21-11.00
 15 Hannah, Christina           11 Glendale             21-07.00
 16 Cornejo, Andrea             12 Burbank              20-00.00

Mens Shot Put Varsity
  1 Ji, Joshua                  12 Arcadia              51-03.00
  2 Yee, Zachary                12 Arcadia              43-01.00
  2 De Castro, Abel             12 Arcadia              43-01.00
  4 Hurtado, Andy               12 Burbank              42-10.50
  5 Santos, Julius              11 Glendale             41-04.00
  6 Luong, Kevin                   Arcadia              41-01.00
  6 Haggerty, Tealon Mac        12 Arcadia              41-01.00
  8 Lee, Josh                   12 Burbank              40-08.00
  9 Madarian, Avo               11 Glendale             39-02.00
 10 DeSimone, Luke              12 Burbank              39-00.75
 11 Chun, Chris                    Burbank              35-04.50
 11 Castillo, Deon              12 John Burroughs       35-04.50
 13 Lofton, Christian           11 Pasadena             33-06.50
 14 Bui, Austin                 11 John Burroughs       31-09.00
 15 Jeon, Marcus                   Arcadia              30-02.00
 16 Hacimic, Mehm                  Pasadena             29-11.00
 17 Jamali, Navid               11 Glendale             28-08.00
 18 Barrow, Freddie             12 Muir                 28-02.50

Womens Discus Throw Frosh Soph
  1 Valdez, Loreny               9 Arcadia              95-01.00
  2 Younan, Nadime               9 John Burroughs       85-00.00
  3 Harris, Jasmyn              10 Muir                 80-09.00
  4 Leon, Lili                  10 John Burroughs       77-00.00
  5 McCord, Kelsey              10 Burbank              74-11.00
  6 Vallderuten, Stephanie      10 Glendale             72-02.00
  7 Vardanyan, Nataly           10 Glendale             71-04.00
  8 Hasbun, Hennesey            10 John Burroughs       65-00.00
  9 Larson, Sara                10 Burbank              64-11.00
 10 Yip, Sabrina                10 Arcadia              64-05.00
 11 Cho, Kelly                   9 Crescenta Valley     64-00.00
 12 Hill, Darryne               10 Muir                 61-11.00
 13 Wiley, Rachel                9 Burbank              60-10.00
 14 Cha, Jeong                   9 Hoover               58-02.00
 15 Sinani, Michelle             9 Crescenta Valley     57-02.00
 16 Rebollo, Victoria           10 Glendale             55-01.00
 17 Chrisney, Katie              9 Crescenta Valley     43-05.00

Mens Discus Throw Frosh Soph
  1 Melkonyan, Haykaz           10 Glendale            119-05.00
  2 Aslo, Mitchell              10 Burbank             113-01.00
  3 Akopyan, Arthur             10 Crescenta Valley    102-07.00
  4 Howe, Tommy                  9 John Burroughs       91-08.00
  5 Vuncannon, Colin             9 Burbank              91-04.00
  6 Chang, Andrew               10 Arcadia              90-00.00
  7 Avagimian, Ernest            9 Glendale             88-09.00
  8 Zaibokian, Emanoel          10 Glendale             84-10.00
  9 Voskanyan, Misak             9 Glendale             84-02.00
 10 Abrahamian, Peter           10 Burbank              83-09.00
 11 Hovanesian, Alan             9 Burbank              83-00.00
 12 Shabanian, Alex             10 Glendale             82-00.00
 13 Issaghoulian, Emin          10 Crescenta Valley     79-04.00
 14 Cortez, Henry               10 Hoover               74-08.00
 15 Razavi, Gianni              10 Burbank              73-02.00
 16 Faucheux, Joseph             9 John Burroughs       68-07.00
 17 Norkus, Nick                10 Crescenta Valley     67-06.00
 18 Soriano, Nathan             10 John Burroughs       65-06.00
 19 Medina, Dexxer               9 Glendale             65-00.00
 20 Dermendjian, Mike            9 John Burroughs       60-10.00
 21 Williams, Matthew            9 Glendale             58-11.00
 22 Reyes, Michael               9 John Burroughs       51-09.00

Womens Discus Throw Varsity
  1 Utley, Celeste              12 Arcadia             104-09.00
  2 Adams, Tierra               12 Muir                 99-11.00
  3 Diep, Shannon               12 Arcadia              96-11.00
  4 Eskander, Christine         12 Arcadia              92-02.00
  5 Shinn, Alisa                10 Crescenta Valley     88-05.00
  6 Vuncannon, McKynlee         11 Burbank              87-11.00
  7 Stone, Alexandra            12 Glendale             80-01.00
  8 Villegas, Olivia            11 John Burroughs       79-01.00
  9 Medina, Jennifer            12 Burbank              78-08.00
 10 Esqueda, Brianna            11 Glendale             74-08.00
 11 Ly-Lim, Megan               11 John Burroughs       73-03.00
 12 Alex, Feba                  12 Burbank              69-01.00
 13 Cornejo, Andrea             12 Burbank              61-00.00
 14 Hannah, Christina           11 Glendale             48-04.00
 15 Perez, Alyssa               11 John Burroughs       45-01.00

Mens Discus Throw Varsity
  1 Ji, Joshua                  12 Arcadia             157-03.00
  2 Hurtado, Andy               12 Burbank             150-02.00
  3 Mulligan, Brandon           12 Muir                144-09.00
  4 Rees, Ben                   12 Crescenta Valley    132-04.00
  5 Gibbons, Edward             12 Burbank             127-05.00
  6 Miranda, Chris              12 Burbank             114-08.00
  7 Lee, Josh                   12 Burbank             112-09.00
  8 Santos, Julius              11 Glendale            110-00.00
  9 Haggerty, Tealon Mac        12 Arcadia             109-05.00
 10 De Castro, Abel             12 Arcadia             103-08.00
 11 Madarian, Avo               11 Glendale            102-05.00
 12 Yee, Zachary                12 Arcadia             102-00.00
 13 Kim, Chris                  12 Crescenta Valley    100-00.00
 14 Lofton, Christian           11 Pasadena             97-10.00
 15 DeSimone, Luke              12 Burbank              96-08.00
 16 Bui, Austin                 11 John Burroughs       96-06.00
 17 Guardado, Sage                 Burbank              94-06.00
 18 Luong, Kevin                   Arcadia              90-06.00
 19 Castillo, Deon              12 John Burroughs       87-01.00
 20 Jeon, Marcus                   Arcadia              80-01.00
 21 Jamali, Navid               11 Glendale             78-02.00