High School Sports Weekly Recap

By On February 10, 2014

GIRLS BASKETBALL:

Burroughs 51 Arcadia 49  (JBHS- LEAGUE CHAMPS)

The Indians won their second consecutive Pacific League title and third in four years with another exciting win on the road. Jakarra Waddell knocked down a nine-foot jump shot with 10 seconds left to give Burroughs the win. Waddell finished with nine points, seven rebounds and four steals. Sidney Ortega had 11 points while Brooke Radcliff added 10 points and seven rebounds. Delaney Nicol recorded seven assists. JBHS improves to 20-6 and 12-0 in league. They have won 13 consecutive games and are 15-1 in their last 16 contests.

Burbank 49 Hoover 37

Yazzy Sa ‘Dullah scored 22 points for the surging Bulldogs who are now 17-9 overall and 9-3 in league. The Bulldogs have won five straight and seven out of eight.

Burroughs 69 Pasadena 26

Sidney Ortega scored 18 points for the Indians

Burbank 50 Crescenta Valley 47 (OT)

Yazzy Sa’ Dullah lead the Bulldogs with 32 points (17 pts in 1st qtr), 7 rebounds and 4 steals as BHS stole one on the road to move into second place

Burroughs 49 Crescenta Valley 46 (OT)

The Indians’ Sidney Ortega hit a 3-pointer from the right baseline corner as time expired to give Burroughs the HUGE win on the road. With the victory, the Indians opened a two-game lead on Crescenta Valley in the league standings. JBHS is close to winning back-to-back league titles.

Down 14 in the 3rd quarter, Burroughs tied the game on Paula Galicia’s 3-pointer. Then in overtime the score was tied with 10 seconds to go and Ortega delivered the winning shot. Brooke Radcliff had 9 points and 4 rebounds. Paula Galicia haad 14 points. Davina Del Castillo had 10 rebounds. Jakarra Waddell had 8 points and 6 rebounds.

Burbank 55 Muir 40

Yazzy Sa’ Dullah scored 18 points, grabbed 8 boards and had 5 steals. Sharis Ghazeri added 9 points and 4 assists.

BOYS BASKETBALL:

Burroughs 73 Arcadia 63

The Indians broke their 3-game losing streak with a win on the road. Amaad Wainright scored 30 points to go along with 15 rebounds, four blocks and four assists. David Schwer added 13 pts. Burroughs is now 16-8, 8-4 in league.

Burbank 57 Hoover 56 (see story)

The Bulldogs pulled out the thrilling victory at Hoover. Anthony Kardosh scored 14 points, Richard Elmoyan added 13 and Adam Pasco contributed with 10.

Pasadena 75 Burroughs 50

Rashid Ewing scored 22 points and Amaad Wainright added 12 points and 11 rebounds in the loss on the road. Pasadena led 28-27 and then went on a 14-0 run to give them a comfortable 15-point lead at halftime. The lead expanded to 25 in the fourth quarter as the Indians lost their 3rd straight game.

Crescenta Valley 55 Burbank 49

Crescenta Valley 66 Burroughs 58

The Indians squandered a 15-point lead in the middle of the third quarter in the loss at CV. Trailing 43-35 to begin the fourth quarter, the Falcons outscored the Burroughs 31-15 to win a pivotal game in the Pacific League race. JBHS dropped to third place behind league-leading Pasadena and second-place CV. Amaad Wainright scored 24 points for the Indians.

Muir 62 Burbank 58 (OT)

These two teams can’t get enough time playing each other. After a five-overtime loss to Muir a few weeks ago (80-78), the Bulldogs lost to the Mustangs in another nailbiter on the road. Anthony Kardosh scored 13 for Burbank while Richard Elmoyan added 11.

GIRLS SOCCER:

Burbank 6 Hoover 2

Goals scored: 2 Clarissa Guerrero, 1 Dakota Briseno, 1 Kira Bochard, 1 Mireya Gonzalez, 1 Emma Dixon / Assists: 2 Clarissa Guerrero, 1 Yvette Niwa, 1 Cynthia De La Cruz, 1 Kira Bochard, 1 Kaitlin Brooks

Arcadia 1 Burroughs 0

The Indians gave up a goal on a set piece midway through the first half and couldn’t get the equalizer. Coach Brady Riggs was very pleased with the defensive organization and effort, especially with all the injuries.

Burbank 2 Crescenta Valley 1

Goals by Emma Dixon and Clarissa Guerrero. Assists from Lauren Brenn and Dakota Briseno

Pasadena 1 Burroughs 0

The Bulldogs scored the game winner with six minutes left

Burbank 13 Muir 0

Crescenta Valley 3 Burroughs 1

The Indians are finding goals hard to come by without leading scorer Danielle Tilton who is lost for the season. While some freshmen who were called up from JV played well, it wasn’t enough to overcome a strong CV team as JBHS lost on the road. Emma Pineiro scored the lone goal for Burroughs.

BOYS SOCCER:

Burroughs 2 Arcadia 1

The Indians are back tied for first place after their win and Pasadena’s loss to CV. Ashot Veisyan scored in the first half only to see the Apaches tie the game at one apiece. At the 60 minute mark, Andres Aguilar served a ball that Brandon Gerlach ran down and scored on a diving header to propel JBHS to the win. Burroughs improved to 14-3-4 overall and 9-1-2 in league.

Hoover 3 Burbank 2

Pasadena 4 Burroughs 2

Brandon Gerlach and Ashot Veisyan scored for the Indians in the loss at Pasadena. PHS now maintains a 3-point lead on the Indians for first place

Crescenta Valley 7 Burbank 0

Burroughs 1 Crescenta Valley 0

Brandon Gerlach scored in the 77th minute to help the Indians prevail in a crucial Pacific League matchup. Burroughs remains tied for first place with Pasadena at 8-0-2 and the two teams will knock heads on Wednesday in Pasadena.

Muir 5 Burbank 2

GIRLS WATER POLO:

Crescenta Valley 20 Burbank 5

Burroughs vs. South Pasadena- cancelled