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Burroughs Takes Third, Burbank Fifth in Pacific League Golf Match

Burroughs High senior Annie Adachi is no different than most golfers in that she has seen better days on the course.

Generally the Indians top player, Adachi was little off her game Wednesday in Pacific League match No. 2 at Brookside Golf Course in Pasadena Wednesday.

“Today, I was dealing with my mental golf aspects,” Adachi said. “I definitely could have played a lot better. I was trying to trust my swing and my mechanics more.”

Adachi shot 48 on the par-37 course No. 1.

Arcadia High won the team competition by shooting 209. La Canada High was second with 232, follow by Burroughs at 241, Crescenta Valley at 249 and Burbank at 267.

Burroughs Abbie Riggs looks to chip the ball onto the green.

Kate Villegas of Arcadia was the low medalist, as she shot 38. She was followed by teammate Tiffany Lo, who shot 39. La Canada’s Rachel Oh and Glendale’s Elis Alaan tied for third, each shooting 41.

Burroughs was led by junior Gabija Petrulis, who shot 44. Senior Malia Suarez shot 49. Junior Abbie Riggs and sophomore Jocelyn Kim each shot 50 and senior Alissa Jaramillo shot 51.

Burbank High was led by Amy Tran, its lone senior.

Tran shot 44.

“A few holes were a little narrow,” Tran said. “Overall, it wasn’t that bad. I don’t think the wind affected my game that much.”

Burbank junior Olga Marie Davis shot 49.

Burbank High’s Amy Tran puts the ball.

Freshman Madison Lee shot 53. Fellow freshmen Kara Lee and Regina Ramos shot 60 and 61, respectively.

Sophomore Cassie Morin shot 61 for the Bulldogs.


Burroughs, Burbank Girls’ Golf Show Improvement at DeBell

Everyone likes to call some place home.

DeBell Golf Course is that natural place to Burbank and Burroughs highs.

Wednesday in the fourth Pacific League golf match of the season, Burroughs narrowed the gap toward the top of the league standings and Burbank showed great improvement.

San Marino High finished first scoring 203, followed by Arcadia with 208, Burroughs with 214, Crescenta Valley 231, Burbank with 270 and La Canada with 280.

“This course is like our second home,” Burroughs’ Ashley Phelps said. “Playing at home we should do better, but there is a lot of pressure.”


Certainly it couldn’t have been easy for Burroughs after playing a practice round with Crescenta Valley on the same course on Monday.

Coach Greg Everhart said his team shot 202 in that practice match.

“It’s unfortunate they didn’t shoot the same as Monday,” Everhart said. “Our goal is to keep pushing so they have the confidence to play their best when it really counts.”

Burbank High Branko Sevic said his team finished out of the league cellar for the first time in three years.

Arcadia freshman Katie Villegas was the low medalist, shooting a one-under par 36.

Burroughs showed consistency in staying close.

Maddie Riggs and Annie Adachi each shot 42. Phelps and Gabija Petrulis each shot 43 and Raelin Arnold shot 44. Bella Nava shot 47.


Burbank was led by Amy Tran, who shot 43. Olga Marie Davis shot 46. Pawee Akkharachotmongkhol shot 57, Cassie Vargas shot 60 and Erin Tanner shot 64.


Burbank, Burroughs Girls’ Golf Face Tough Challenge

If competing in a tough Pacific League wasn’t enough, the Burbank and Burroughs high girls’ golf teams also had to face a challenging course Wednesday afternoon.

Competing in the third league match of the season, the teams competed at La Canada Country Club.

Like the first two league encounters, Burroughs finished in third in the standings and Burbank finished sixth.

Arcadia took first by shooting 189. Defending CIF Southern Section Northern Division champion San Marino finished second with 199. Burroughs shot 218, Crescenta Valley 227, La Canada 265 and Burbank 276.

Elizabeth Wang of San Marino was the low medalist shooting 35 on the Par-34 course.


“This course was definitely a little more challenging than others, especially for walking,” Burroughs Ashley Phelps said. “The greens were tough for everybody. Overall I wasn’t super happy with my round but I can’t complain because there’s a couple of things that happened that you can’t control. I’m happy overall with how the team did. We’re still shooting low scores.”


Phelps shot 40 to lead Burroughs. Maddie Riggs and Gabija Petrulis each shot 44. Raelinn Arnold and Annie Adachi each shot 45. Abbie Riggs shot 50.

Burbank was led by Amy Tran, who shot 44.


“I think the greens were playing a little slow today, but overall it wasn’t that bad,” Tran said. “I just wasn’t able to hit the shots that I wanted to.”

Also for Burbank, Olga Marie Davis shot 51, Pawee Akkharachotmongkhol shot 57, Erin Tanner 61 and Cassie Morin 63.