BURBANK — Game experience appeared to be a valuable commodity for both the Burbank High and Bellarmine-Jefferson girls’ volleyball teams at Saturday’s day-long Burbank High Tournament.
It was only a few hours before Friday's kickoff against Rosemead High when most of the Burroughs football players heard somber news.
BURBANK — The Providence High and Bellarmine-Jefferson girls' volleyball teams engaged in two competitive battles last season.
BURROUGHS VS. SANTA FE
BURBANK — Playing with heavy hearts following the death of former Burroughs High football player Jake Gnasso, the Indians needed to find a way to channel their emotions once the players stepped on to the field for Friday night's game against...
BURBANK — When the Burbank High and Burroughs girls' tennis teams both won their Pacific League openers Tuesday, it gave hope to the squads that they might be in the running for a playoff spot.
BURBANK — Burbank High's football team couldn't have asked for a better time to have a bye week.
BURBANK — During the first two games Tuesday against Holy Family, the Providence High girls' volleyball team let the Gaels stick around.
BURROUGHS VS. ROSEMEAD
Eben Britton didn't have to wait very long to get picked up with an NFL team and the squad that signed the Burroughs High graduate is the same one that let him go.
BURBANK — No matter how many big plays the Burroughs High football team's offense generated, it just wasn't enough to offset a grinding ground game from visiting Calabasas High, spear-headed by sophomore Chris Brooks.
BELL GARDENS — It's become an odd and unfortunate pattern through the first two weeks of the season for the Burbank High football team: Lose a key player to an injury, yet still hang on for a victory.
For a second straight week, the Glendale Community College football team’s defense pitched a shutout.
LA CAÑADA — Rust and jitters played about as big a factor as an actual opponent for the Burbank High and Flintridge Prep boys' water polo teams.
BURBANK — One portion of the Burroughs High team looked good Tuesday in the squad's season opener.
BURROUGHS VS. CALABASAS
Through the spring and into summer practices, the Burroughs High football team thought it had its starting quarterback in place.
Since it inducted its first class in 2008, the Burbank High Athletic Hall of Fame has had a long and illustrious group of former athletes, coaches, teams and administrators to choose from.
There is a small, but dedicated group of football players toiling at a nondescript local field preparing for the upcoming season.
BURBANK VS. AYALA
BURBANK — The first year with a new water polo coach, something both the Burroughs High and Burbank boys' teams experienced last season, inevitably involves a learning curve.
BURBANK — The first day of summer football practice, Burbank High standout senior running back James Williams had what coach Richard Broussard described as a "horrible practice."
All four of the local girls' volleyball teams qualified for the CIF Southern Section playoffs in 2013.
It was an unexpected breakthrough season a year ago for the Burbank High girls' tennis team.
The Burroughs High and Burbank girls' golf teams are dealing with different predicaments as far as numbers are concerned with the 2014 season rapidly approaching.
The 2013 season proved to be a measuring stick for the Burbank Vikings Youth Tackle Football program.
BURBANK — There isn’t anything surprising to Burbank High girls’ golf Coach Branco Sevic when he watches Irene Maemura perform on the course.
BURBANK — Shortly after the Zamboni had resurfaced the ice at Pickwick Ice Arena on Tuesday night, a group of about 20 women took to the fresh surface for an hour to grasp some fundamentals on hockey.
BURBANK — As a martial arts instructor, Joseph Salim often sees himself as an artist.
Playing minor league baseball for the Everett AquaSox, a class-A short season affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, last season, Lonnie Kauppila was struggling and the game wasn't much fun.
In a sport characterized by individual accomplishment in which success is most often defined by tenths of a second, Kirsten Vose's past season at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy was hardly one that ran along traditional definitions.
Like the anchor of a relay, Garrett Chin waited patiently on deck for his opportunity to bring it all home.
Fifteen feet, nine inches.
The Burroughs High football team hasn't enjoyed a great deal of success during nonleague competition over the last four years.
BANNING — From the beginning of the postseason, the dominance of the Burbank Little League 10-11 All-Stars was uncontested.
During his three-year tenure as the Bellarmine-Jefferson High softball coach, Florencio Galindo accomplished something that is rare among coaches at the school, or in the city for that matter.