High School Sports Weekly Recap

Burroughs' Sawyer Patterson won all six of his sets in singles vs. Burbank this season 6-0 (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Burroughs' Sawyer Patterson won all six of his sets in singles vs. Burbank this season 6-0 (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Burroughs’ Sawyer Patterson won all six of his sets in singles vs. Burbank this season 6-0 (Photo by Ross A. Benson)


Burbank 11 Muir 1

Randy Higgens, Rory Roughtean and Cameron Briggs combined on the mound to shutdown the Mustangs. The Bulldogs were led by Chandler Robbins who had two hits.

Hoover 4 Burroughs 3 (8 innings)

The Indians squandered a 3-0 lead in the 6th inning and lost in the bottom of the 8th inning to the Tornadoes on a walk-off squeeze bunt. Max Haddad had two hits, a double and two RBI’s. Thomas Wilson had the only other hit for JBHS. Cole Meyer went six innings and gave up four hits, two earned runs while striking out nine.

Burbank 1 Pasadena 0

The Bulldogs upset first-place Pasadena behind a strong effort from pitcher Ryan Porras. The southpaw threw five innings allowing only two hits, no runs, two walks and struck out nine. He also added two hits as Burbank rolled up seven on the day. Cameron Briggs had two hits and recorded the save. Reece Loock singled in Porras in the second inning for the game’s only run.

Crescenta Valley 7 Burroughs 0

The Indians were shutout as they produced only four hits. The Falcons broke open a 3-0 lead with a four-run outburst in the sixth inning.


Burbank 18 Muir 0

The Bulldogs scored 10 runs in the first inning en route to the easy victory. Hannah Moulton threw a no-hitter allowing only two walks and striking out seven. She also went 3 for 3 at the plate with a double and two RBI’s. Sabrina Steward was 2 for 3 with five RBI’s and three runs scored. Lily Winn had three RBI’s and a double and Julia Duarte added two hits and two RBI’s.

Burroughs 15 Hoover 0

Naelyse Garcia and Danielle Ryan combined on a one-hitter as the Indians coasted to victory after taking a 11-0 lead in the first two innings. Michelle Santiago and Cheyenne Steward each had a home run and two RBI’s. Sidney Ortega went 3 for 4 with three runs scored and a double. Kaitlin Okimoto and DJ Santos added two RBI’s apiece.

Burbank 22 Pasadena 4

Lily Winn helped pace the Bulldog attack going 3 for 5 with two doubles, two runs scored and contributed three fine defensive plays in the field. Caitlyn Brooks went 4 for 5 with five RBI’s and Amber Ingram went 3 for 4 with three runs scored. Hannah Moulton earned the win in the circle tossing five innings giving up five hits, three earned runs with four strikeouts. Six Bulldogs had two RBI’s or more as they piled up 18 hits in the victory.

Burroughs 10 Crescenta Valley 4

Cheyenne Steward threw a complete game allowing three earned runs on eight hits. DJ Santos and Brianna Devellano (two hits) each had two RBI’s while Danielle Ryan and Sidney Ortega added two hits apiece.


Burroughs 3 Crescenta Valley 0 (25-21, 25-19, 25-17)

Indians win their fifth consecutive league title. They are now 17-4 overall and 11-0 in league.

Stat Leaders- Tristan Martin 9 kills; Dalton Burroughs, Max Chamberlain and Nick Van Loo each had 6 kills; Jonathan Fuentes chipped in with 5 kills; Nick also had 4 aces and Max added 3 blocks; Ryan Van Loo 29 assists; Danny Casillas 6 digs

San Marino 3 Burbank 1 (18-25, 25-14, 25-20, 27-25)

Burroughs 3 Glendale 0 (25-9, 25-14, 25-18)

Bailey Carter 9 kills; Max Chamberlain 8 kills and 5 aces; Ryan Van Loo 32 assists; Danny Casillas 10 digs

Crescenta Valley 3 Burbank 1 (13-25, 25-21, 25-14, 25-23)

Dylan Anderson 10 kills; Joseph Servin 5 kills; Willie Perryman 5 kills; PeterJang 26 assists; Paul Shim 17 digs


Sawyer Patterson
Sawyer Patterson

Burroughs 12 Burbank 6

The Indians swept all nine doubles sets and Sawyer Patterson won all three of his singles play 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. Burroughs won both matches against Burbank this year and earn two points in the “myBurbank CUP” standings.





Burroughs 82 Burbank 73 (boys)  Indians gain a point in the “myBurbank CUP” standings

Burroughs 93 Burbank 79 (girls)  Indians gain a point in the “myBurbank CUP” standings


Pacific League match #4 (Burroughs took second with a score of 413; Burbank finished fourth with a 444).  Indians gain a point in the “myBurbank CUP” standings.

Jason Apinchapong of Burbank shot a 76
Daniel Kesicbasian of Burroughs shot a 79
Result sheet for League #4 Harding G.C.   4/24/14
ArcadiaOut 37In 35Total  72John BurroughsOut 37In 35Total  72
Andrew Baek393776Daniel Kesicbasian423779
Vamsi Damerla423880Louis D’Aquila443882
Showta Moriyama434285Sivakorn Losakul404787
Peter Ju414182Patrick Colbert424284
Daniel Sun423981Dylan McNeely414081
Johnny Flores414889Tnick Trivimol404686
Crecenta ValleyOut 37In 35Total  72GlendaleOut 37In 35Total  72
Paul Park415495Russell Caletena414283
Cody Renfro384280Kent Asano474895
Brandon Cho424183Sammy Do424890
AJ Roa454590Dong Yoo434285
Jon Hong413980Arman Aloyan514899
David Holeman424082
BurbankOut 37In 35Total  72PasadenaOut 37In 35Total  72
Jason Apinchapong403676Javier Valadez454489
Dylan Sherry434689James Schult5849107
John Grasse434487Daniel Vidimos5359112
Joe Grasse504595Oliver Collings
Josh Provost
Sean Lashari484997Low Score:Andre BaekAHS76
Totals224220444Jason ApinchapongBHS76
Daniel KesicbasianJBHS79
1AHS54BHS24 – 144 – 17
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