High School Sports Weekly Recap

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Burroughs vs. Glendale (Photo by Dick Dornan)
Burroughs vs. Glendale (Photo by Dick Dornan)

By Dick Dornan
BurbankNBeyond Sports Editor

 

Friday, Jan. 25

Lawrence White soared to 44 points on Senior Night (Photo by Dick Dornan)
Lawrence White soared to 44 points on Senior Night (Photo by Dick Dornan)

Boys Basketball:

Burroughs 73 Glendale 70 (Lawrence White made his senior night one to remember. White scored 44 points, two shy of the school record, hit four three-pointers, grabbed 11 rebounds and was 18 for 25 from the free throw line. His 3-pt FG and subsequent dunk gave JBHS an early 21-18 lead. Burroughs led by as many as 18 points in the third quarter before Glendale rallied behind five three-pointers in the fourth quarter to get within two points. But White connected on 9-of-11 free throws in the final period to cement the win. The Indians improved to 13-8 and 3-6 in league)

Burbank 51 Arcadia 47 (Adam Pasco scored 14 points as the Bulldogs improved to 13-9, 5-4)

Bell Jeff 70 Salesian 56

Providence 77 St. Genevieve 60

Girls Basketball:

Burroughs 60 Glendale 44 (Aysia Shellmire scored 16 points, had 6 rebounds and 6 blocks; Davina Del Castillo scored 10 points, grabbed 9 rebounds, had 5 steals and 3 assists. Indians improved to 19-3, 8-1)

Arcadia 58 Burbank 38 (Courtney Seidler scored 13 points and collected 9 rebounds; Ashley Linda added 12 points. Bulldogs slipped to 10-12, 6-3)

Providence 49 Holy Martyrs Armenian 16

Fairfax 58 Bell Jeff 48

Boys Soccer:

Burroughs 2 Glendale 1 (Noberto Alcantar scored two goals off of throw-ins from Brandon Gerlach in the second half as JBHS remained in first place at 10-5-2, 7-2)

Brian Arzate of Burroughs (Photo by Ross A. Benson)
Brian Arzate of Burroughs (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Burbank 3 Arcadia 2 (Andre Negrette scored two goals for BHS. Bulldogs improved to 5-6-1, 3-4-2)

Girls Soccer:

Burroughs 2 Glendale 1 (Tatiana Rizzotti scored both goals as JBHS improved to 10-11-1, 7-2).

Arcadia 1 Burbank 0 (Bulldogs fell to 11-7-1, 6-2-1)

 

Thursday, Jan. 24:

Boys Basketball:

Bell Jeff 59 St. Anthony 54

Girls Basketball:

Bell Jeff 48 St. Matthias 18

Girls Water Polo:

Crescenta Valley 21 Burbank 4

 

Tuesday, Jan. 22:

Boys Basketball:

Pasadena 69 Burbank 39 (Bulldogs slip to 12-9, 4-4)

Hoover 69 Burroughs 45 (Indians fall to 12-8, 2-6)

Aysia Shellmire and the Lady Indians remain in first place after defeating Hoover (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Girls Basketball:

Burroughs 63 Hoover 37 (Aysia Shellmire scored 12 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and had 4 steals; Sidney Ortega and Paula Galicia each had 10 points as the Indians improved to 18-3, 7-1)

Burbank 63 Pasadena 40 (Aja Locke scored 12 points and collected 16 rebounds; Jamie Gonzalez and Ashley Linda each had 11 points as the Bulldogs improved to 10-11, 6-2)

Providence 39 Pacifica Christian 26

St. Anthony 72 Bell Jeff 36

Boys Soccer:

Burroughs 4 Hoover 2 (Milosh Petko scored the decisive goal as the Indians improved to 9-5-2, 6-2. / Goals: Jorman Herrera (14 min), Brian Arzate 26 min), Milosh Petko (63 min), Brandon Gerlach (80 min) / Assists: Brandon Gerlach, Manny Celio / Saves: Elliot Whitecotton 5 saves

Jorman Herrera scored goal on a penalty shot. Then Hoover tied game 1 to 1. Brian Arzate broke through the Hoover defense to give Indians a 2 to 1 lead, but again, Hoover came back and scored on a penalty early in the second half to tie the game again.

Burbank girls soccer remains in second place behind CV (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

At 63 minutes, Milosh Petko came back into the game, and on his first touch, made a run to the backside and scored to give the Indians a 3 to 2 lead. At 80 minutes, Brandon Gerlach scored on a direct free kick to ice the game.)

Burbank 2 Pasadena 1 (Bulldogs improve to 4-6-1, 2-4-2)

Girls Soccer:

Burbank 4 Pasadena 1 (Maddie Carlborg scored 3 goals as Burbank improved to 11-6-1, 6-1-1)

Burroughs 10 Hoover 0 (Brianna Perez and Emma Pineiro each scored 3 goals as the Indians improved to 9-11-1, 6-2)

Girls Water Polo:

Burroughs 12 Hoover 0 (Sophia Piedrahita scored 4 goals; Selina Gavez added 3 goals as the Indians are now 12-7, 5-0)

 

Monday, Jan. 21:

Boys Basketball:

La Salle 83 Providence 61 (Marcus LoVett scored 30 for PHS)

University 81 Bell Jeff 76

Girls Basketball:

Bell Jeff 64 Whitney 35

 

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