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Burroughs Boys’, Girls’ Cross-Country Teams Qualify For CIF

On the verge of hitting the home stretch in the Pacific League, the Burroughs and Burbank high boys' and girls' cross-country teams...

Burbank, Burroughs Cross-Country Squads Fare Well in Pacific League Meet

Even if she temporarily goes in the wrong direction on a dusty hillside cross-country course, Amelie Guyot will make sure to quickly...

Cross Country Season Could Produce Interesting Results

Cross country has long been a successful sport in our public schools. However, last year it was Providence High that won the...

CIF Releases Fall Sports Playoff Division Placements

Providence will not have to change divisions in defending its CIF Division 5 boys' cross country title.

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.

Providence Runs Away With CIF Title

Providence's boys cross country team will compete in the California State Championship for the first time in school history.

Guyot Wins Pacific League Cross Country Title

Burroughs girls cross country team will move on to the CIF Southern Section preliminaries.

Local Teams Just Want to Play

Burbank and Burroughs teams hoping to get through the season as COVID-19 continues to cause disruptions to many.

CIF Releases Fall Playoff Divisions

Most of the Fall sports teams have not played a full season since 2019.

Class of 2021 Takes Next Step

The class of 2021 was a special one that stayed tough during the most difficult times.

Photo Gallery: Burroughs Pop Show 45 True To Your Heart Performs To Sell Out...

The John Burroughs High School Vocal Music Association performed Friday and Saturday and has one more show on Sunday at 2:00 pm.

Providence Baseball Drops Nailbiter, Loses 2-1 To Glendale

The Pioneers lose 2-1 versus the Nitros at home.

Letter to the Editor: Resident Upset About Changes to East Olive Avenue

"I can’t imagine who among our city’s planners thought this was a good idea"