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Burroughs Boys Golf Takes First Round

It was no secret that the Burroughs High boys’ golf team was going to be very strong this season. But being strong and winning a Pacific League title are two different things as the Indians have to compete with Arcadia High.

(Photo by Ross A Benson)

The Apaches have been the dominant team in the league for quite some time.

But Burroughs gave some indication that things could be changing on Tuesday at DeBell Golf Club.

The Indians captured the league’s first match by scoring 374 as a team. Arcadia followed with 381. Burbank High took third shooting 429. Pasadena High was fourth shooting 430 and Crescenta Valley was fifth, shooting 442.

“It’s exciting because it is our home course. It’s always nice to start the first league match with a win. Even though we didn’t play our best, we still ended up with a victory,” Burroughs coach Greg Everhart said.

On Monday, Burroughs won the Oakmont Invitational in Glendale, beating out 19 schools.

The league teams will meet up again on Thursday at Santa Anita, Arcadia’s home course.
This season’s league schedule has had many changes since all four school districts – Burbank, Glendale, Pasadena, and Arcadia are all taking Spring Break at different times.

The teams will meet up again next week before the four-week break in league play begins.

(Photo by Ross A Benson)

Burroughs Kodiak Hernandez was the low medalist at DeBell, shooting an even-par 71.
All five teams had at least one golfer shot under 80.
Crescenta Valley’s Hank Norman and Arcadia’s Elliot Yoo each shot 73.
Burroughs sophomore Lincoln Melcher, a UCLA commit, shot 75. Burroughs freshman Emilio Huerta also shot 75.  Huerta had been the Indians’ top golfer a day earlier by shooting just two over par 72 at Oakmont. Niko Coccio shot 76 Tuesday and Trey Sanchez shot 77. Ryan McGowan shot 85.
Burbank High was led by J.J. Nakao, who shot 76. Frank Maslyk shot 80 for the Bulldogs. Sean McGinn shot 90, Luke Carnegie shot 91 and Kevin Kielen shot 92 for the Bulldogs.
Billy Malpun shot 98 for the Bulldogs.

 

 

Burroughs Golf Evens Things Up With Arcadia

The race to a Pacific League title in boys golf got a little more interesting Monday afternoon.
In a makeup from a match that was rained out earlier this season, Burroughs pulled even with Arcadia at DeBell Golf Course.
The Indians were just 11 strokes over par en route to a 20-stroke victory over the Apaches on the par-71 course.
Burroughs shot 366 and Arcadia shot 386. Crescenta Valley finished third by shooting 422. Burbank, which was without top golfer J.J. Nakao, who was celebrating his birthday, shot 437. Pasadena was fifth shooting 464.

Niko Coccio

“We all feel real comfortable here. The punched greens are kind of killing us because we’re not able to make as many puts as possible,” Burroughs Niko Coccio said. “I’m feeling confident that we can come out Thursday and win again. That will give us a good shot to win league.”
Burroughs sophomore Kodiak Hernandez was the low medalist shooting an even par.
“It feels good, but I hope the team can come together again on Thursday,” Hernandez said.
Freshman Lincoln Melcher and Coccio, a junior, were both just one stroke behind. Burroughs sophomores Daniel Gonzalez and Ryan McGowan followed by shooting 75 and 76 respectively. Senior Jake Panikowski shot 84.
Burbank High was led by sophomore Frank Maslyk, who shot 82. Senior Louie Calzado shot 84. Sophomore Kevin Kienlen shot 87. Senior Devin Blazon shot 91 adn freshman Ari Ahmed shot 93. Freshman Luke Carnegie shot 102.

Arcadia, like Burroughs has just one senior in its top six. Juniors Warren Oetojo and David Ju each shot 75 and fellow junior Justin Chen shot 76. Junior Josh Kwon shot 80 as did senior Kylen Yu. Sophomore Warren Lin shot 84.
For Crescenta Valley, Nate Frink shot 76 and Hank Norman shot 77.
Pasadena High was led by Jerome Dimalaluan, who shot 81.