High School Sports Weekly Recap

By On October 28, 2014

Football

Burbank 48 Hoover 7 (see story)

Burroughs 70 Arcadia 23 (see story)

Burbank 41 Glendale 21 (see story)

Burroughs 17 Pasadena 14

Chance Bell rushed for 220 yards on 21 carries and scored two touchdowns to lead the Indians to the road victory. Burroughs (4-3, 2-2) scored first when Bell ran in from 25 yards out. The lead remained 7-0 at halftime. After Pasadena tied it up at seven apiece late in the third quarter, the Indians took command when Bell scored on a 24-yard run early in the fourth quarter. Andres Aguilar added a 24-yard field goal to extend the lead to 17-7. Pasadena scored on a late touchdown but the Indians survived despite passing for a total of five yards for the game. Quarterback Andy Amela missed his third straight game with concussion symptoms.

Girls Volleyball

Burbank 3 Crescenta Valley 0 (25-18, 25-11, 25-23) Bulldogs now 18-5, 9-2 in league

Burroughs 3 Muir 0 (25-12, 25-8, 25-11) Indians now 10-9, 8-3 in league

Burbank 3 Pasadena 0 (25-13, 27-25, 25-21)

Burroughs 3 Crescenta Valley 1 (19-25, 25-17, 25-11, 25-23)

Arcadia 3 Burbank 0 (25-17, 25-20, 26-24)

Burroughs 3 Glendale 0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-12)

Burbank 3 Muir 0 (25-7, 25-4, 25-5)

Burroughs 3 Hoover 0 (25-18, 25-8, 25-10)

Boys Water Polo

Crescenta Valley 19 Burbank 3

Burbank 17 Pasadena 16

Crescenta Valley 21 Burroughs 4

Burbank 18 Arcadia 7

Hoover 25 Burroughs 13

Pasadena 23 Burroughs 10

Girls Tennis

Burbank 14 Hoover 4 (Bulldogs finish regular season 12-4 and 9-3 in league; second place)

Crescenta Valley 16 Burroughs 2 (Indians finish regular season 3-12 and 1-11 in league)

Burbank 13 Crescenta Valley 5

Arcadia 12 Burbank 6

Glendale 16 Burroughs 2

Cross Country

Burroughs boys won Pacific League meet No. 2 defeating second place Arcadia, 20-38, at Arcadia County Park. The Indians dominated for their second league meet win of the season claiming second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth place. Garrett Boulais ran a tremendous race to finish runner-up in a time of 14:38.

Burbank’s Enrique Vizcaino led the Bulldogs to a 4th place finish by taking 8th in 15:06.

The Bulldogs’ female superstar runner Candela Fernandez took first place blowing past the field in 16:37. Burbank girls claimed second place behind Arcadia, 21-38, as Fernandez won her second straight Pacific League meet.

The Lady Indians took 4th in their race led by Emily Virtue who ran an 18:02 to take 8th place individually.

Burroughs boys-

Garrett Boulais (2)                              14:38

Elias Hoxsie (3)                                   14:51

Andrew Barrondo (4)                           14:57

Shane Thompson (5)                           14:58

Alexander Hirsch (6)                           15:01

Justin Villagran (10)                            15:15

Jack Howe (21)                                    15:49

Burroughs girls-

Emily Virtue (8)                                   18:02

Heidi Eligio (12)                                  18:14

Valerie Monroy (21)                            19:08

Molly Stapelfeldt (25)                         19:55

Betsy Ramirez (27)                              20:30

Deanna Fierro (28)                              20:31

Bailey Harrison (35)                            21:51

Burbank boys-

Enrique Vizcaino (8)                       15:06

Adam Navar (15)                           15:30

Tanner Payne (19)                        15:39

Burbank girls-

Kira Bochard (9)                            18:09

Caroline Adams (11)                     18:12

Alexia Hatun (18)                          18:50

Girls Golf

Pacific League individual finals at River Ridge GC in Oxnard

Burbank’s Irene Maemura finished 3rd overall with a score of 73 and advanced to the CIF Northern Regional to be played on October 27. She earned first-team All-League honors.

Points RankingFinal scoreFinal points
1Elizabeth Wang173.56934.5208League MVP
2Trussy Li168.56934.52031st Team
3Irene Maemura17173302011st Team
4Bella Setio1657525.5190.51st Team
5Gabbi Lewis1647525.5189.51st Team
6Cameron McCrary14777211681st Team
7Andrea Han14579181631st Team
8Kayla Yn1448110.5154.52nd Team
9Keilee Bessho13780151522nd Team
10Audrey Chung147854.5151.52nd Team
11Cynthia Guo133.58110.51442nd Team
12Alex Chen138.5854.51432nd Team
13Vivian Sun135.50135.52nd Team