High School Sports Weekly Recap



Glendale 53 Burroughs 45

League-leading Indians suffer a disappointing loss to the Nitros. JBHS shoots 5-23 FG in the 4th quarter and 8-18 from the foul line. Amaad Wainright scored 15 points and grabbed 20 rebounds. Rashid Ewing and Steven Hubbell each added nine points.

Burbank 71 Arcadia 37

Adam Pasco scored 11 points for the Bulldogs

Burroughs 77 Hoover 70

Amaad Wainright 32 points and 16 rebounds; Rashid Ewing had 26 points and 13 rebounds. Steven Hubbell made 4 free throws to ice the game for the Indians.

Pasadena 60 Burbank 41

Adam Pasco scored 14 points for the Bulldogs


Burroughs 56 Glendale 53 (overtime)

The Indians avoided the upset on a miracle shot from Paula Galicia who drained a 40-foot half-court shot at the buzzer. Galicia finished with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Brooke Radcliff had 13 points as the Indians maintained their hold on to first-place.

Burbank 47 Arcadia 39

Yazzy Sa’ Dullah scored 17 points and Sharis Ghazeri had 13 points for BHS

Burroughs 64 Hoover 33

Brooke Radcliff had 12 points and 6 rebounds. Delaney Nicol had 9 points and 4 steals. Jordan Meltzer had 8 points and Jakarra Waddell had 9 points and 7 rebounds, and 4 steals. Abbey Ibarra had 6 points.

Burbank 59 Pasadena 15

Yazzy Sa ‘Dullah scored 24 points for BHS


Burroughs 1 Glendale 1

Marcos Arana scored off an assist from Jesus Nunez for the lone Indians goal

Arcadia 5 Burbank 0

Burroughs 4 Hoover 0

Indian goals scored by Milosh Petko, Ashot Veisyan and Andres Aguilar

Pasadena 3 Burbank 1


Burroughs 0 Glendale 0

JBHS couldn’t capitalize on an early PK and several other quality chances against Glendale Friday night. Still without leading scorer Danielle Tilton and senior goalie Taylor Bailey, the Indians enjoyed nearly all of the possession but couldn’t get past a stubborn Glendale defense.

Arcadia 2 Burbank 1

Clarissa Guerrero scored the only goal for the Bulldogs

Arcadia 2 Burroughs 0

JBHS held a very strong Arcadia team scoreless for 65 minutes but finally succumbed after losing starting Keeper Taylor Bailey to injury. Playing without leading scorer Danielle Tilton (knee), and starting midfielder Brianna Castillo (flu), an injury-ridden Burroughs squad played hard but weren’t able to overcome Arcadia. Indians fall into second place at 6-1-1.

Burroughs 2 Hoover 0

Junior standout Danielle Tilton assisted on one goal and scored the other before leaving the game with an injury as the Indians bested Hoover 2-0.
For the sixth time in seven league matches Taylor Bailey and the JBHS defense kept a clean sheet (shutout).

Burbank 3 Pasadena 1

Bulldog goals by Clarissa Guerrero, Kaitlin Brooks and Danielle Yanez. 
2 assists by Kira Bochard and 1 by Priscella Romero


Burroughs 10 Hoover 3

Kailee Groveman scored four goals for the Indians

Glendale 9 Burroughs 7

Arcadia 8 Burbank 6

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