Burbank Boys Hoops Can’t Keep Pace With Westlake

It takes time, but the Bulldogs are playing more cohesively and will be ready for the season.

Burbank Boys Basketball Takes Out Holy Martyrs 45-31

Burbank has won two games in the War on the Floor tournament.

Burbank Boys Hoops Begins War On The Floor With 70-48 Win Over Van Nuys

The Bulldogs begin on the right foot in the War on the Floor.

The Class of 2022 Is Off and Running

Lincoln Melcher appears to have a long career ahead in golf and could pursue his other love of acting.

Burroughs Boys Basketball Can’t Keep Up With Bishop Diego, Lose 58-50

By Rick AssadFor two quarters, the Burroughs High boys' basketball team showed that it was slightly better than...

Burroughs Boys Basketball Too Much for Burbank

Defensively I thought we did a fantastic job. Our defensive pressure was phenomenal,” Burroughs coach Allan Ellis said.

2021 Produced Great Feats

Burbank and Burroughs had so much success in 2021 that many quality teams did not crack the top 10.

Burroughs Boys Hoops Falls 75-54

By Rick AssadIt wasn't raining outside, but it sure was raining three-pointers inside when the host Burroughs High...

Burroughs Boys Hoops Lose 71-56 To Crescenta Valley

By Rick AssadOne poor quarter was all it took for the Burroughs High boys' basketball team to run...

Phoenix Too Hot for Glendale

Burbank picked up its first Pacific League win of the season Friday night.

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