Former prep and college football standout returned to Burroughs High where he coached the football team for 19 years and brought the Indians back to prominence.
Onetime standout quarterback returns to his alma mater and finds success and a sense of purpose.
Opportunities for Burbank and Burroughs High student-athletes are available through the local parks and recreation department.
It's been an ugly year so far, but Burbank High and Burroughs hope to begin the sports calendar.
The Bulldog senior will attend Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon, and will play football and perhaps basketball.
A team-player who was willing to do anything on the football field, the recent graduate will continue his gridiron career at College of the Canyons.
Announcement is made as to when one can expect high school athletics to begin again.
Senior played two sports for the Indians and will play football for Glendale Community College.
Despite some uncertainty regarding football's start, the senior quarterback is hoping for the best and expects to have a spectacular closing act.
Nobody in a hurry to get back to the gridiron until they are safe from Covid-19.
Burbank native finds success covering college football locally and nationally for the Columbus Dispatch.
Local schools will have a number of graduates who will continue their craft at the next level.