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Class of 2020 Produces Many Future College Athletes

Local schools will have a number of graduates who will continue their craft at the next level.

Burbank Boys Basketball Stymied By Muir, 50-48

The Bulldogs come up short versus the Mustangs in a Pacific League encounter.

2021 Produced Great Feats

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

Burbank Boys Basketball Wins A Shootout Over Burroughs, 90-80

By Rick AssadIn a wild and wooly Pacific League boys' basketball game between host Burbank High and Burroughs,...

Boys Basketball Teams Have New Look

Bulldogs, Indians hoping to advance to the CIF Southern Section playoffs.

Many Sports and Recreation Activities Open in Burbank

Opportunities for Burbank and Burroughs High student-athletes are available through the local parks and recreation department.

Burbank Boys Basketball Loses 48-46 To Pasadena In Two Overtimes

By Rick AssadWith the clock winding down in the fourth quarter, Burbank High's junior swingman Sattwik Banerjee's 16-foot...

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...

CIF Releases Winter Playoff Division Placement

Burroughs lost several key players to graduation and Isabella Roderick will expected to be a team leader.

Rick’s Sports Corner: High School Basketball Through The Decades

The common thread is that there are important life lessons learned by playing prep hoops.

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Providence Boys’ Soccer Comes Up Just Short

The Prep League season has been difficult for the Providence High boys’ soccer team.  Friday afternoon, the Pioneers showed how much they...

Burbank’s Elections to be Completely Revamped

Letter sent to the City will make Burbank follow a State regulation that will break the City up into Council Districts. A full-time Mayor is a possibility

Ken Nagayama Martial Arts Voted Best Martial Arts Studio in myBurbank’s Best Contest

Ken Nagayama Martial Arts (KNMA) was voted the best Martial Arts studio in Burbank by the community in the 2022 myBurbank's Best Contest. KNMA was established by Grand Master Ken Nagayama in 1988 and its curriculum fuses Moto Bu Ryu Karate, Aikido, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Kendo, Boxing and various weapons forms. Born in Okinawa, Japan, Grand Master Ken Nagayama has over 50 years experience in teaching Martial Arts.