From the time she was just 5 years old, Davina Del Castillo excelled on the diamonds throughout Burbank. Along with competing in softball, she also participated in Little League baseball against the boys.
BURBANK — The Providence High boys' volleyball team was swept in convincing fashion in three games Monday in a nonleague match against Paraclete.
There’s rarely a break in the action for Audrey Taylor.
Ani Aghakhanian, Senior, Utility, Crescenta Valley
Gaby Aghakian, Senior, Driver, Burbank
Josie Brock, Junior, Forward, Crescenta Valley
Sienna Brown, Senior, Center, Burroughs
BURBANK — Most of the top boys' golfers from La Cañada High were missing Wednesday from the 51st Burbank High Schools' Invitational at De Bell Golf Club.
The Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball team had its share of talent this past season.
Deep playoff runs and league championships are what the Burroughs High and Providence girls' basketball teams had in common this past season.
There were a number of talented boys' basketball players this past season who could have warranted recognition for Camino Real Player of the Year.
ARCADIA — Burbank High's boys' volleyball team didn't play particularly well in its first two games Thursday against Arcadia.
BURROUGHS' WILKE NETS FIRST-TEAM POLO NOD
Although the temperature was in the 90s Saturday, a collection of young athletes braved the heat to take part in an annual tradition.
BURBANK — Just a day earlier in a Babe Herman Tournament game against Highland, the Burbank High baseball team received solid pitching, timely hitting, stole four bases and took advantage of seven errors to earn a victory.
BURBANK — With just two weeks until Pacific League play begins, the Burbank High baseball team is trying to gain the experience it will need to compete against what could be a formidable group of teams and hopefully get back to the playoffs.
Bits and pieces from the local sports scene.
BURBANK – Perhaps it’s fitting that the inaugural Pacific League Varsity Invitational boys’ volleyball tournament was won by none other than the team that’s dominated the Pacific League as of late.
BURBANK — It was a plan hatched by a pair of Pacific League boys' volleyball coaches: Joel Brinton of Burroughs High and John Nelson of Crescenta Valley.
LA CRESCENTA — With limited nonleague competition heading into Thursday, the Pacific League campaign began early this season for the Crescenta Valley High, Burroughs and Hoover track and field teams.
ARCADIA — With the first Pacific League match of the season on the docket Thursday, a quartet of area boys’ golf teams were eager to take to the course and see what progress they had made.
It has been a wildly successful career in girls' basketball for Burroughs High's Davina Del Castillo.
For the three years leading up to her senior campaign, Katia Dabbaghian proved to be an impact player for the Providence High girls' basketball team in Liberty League competition.
The following are updates on local athletes competing in college.
CANYON COUNTRY — The Burbank High boys' volleyball players would have liked to see how they would have fared against Canyon Country Canyon with a full team.
BURBANK — Reorganizing itself on the fly finally caught up to the Providence High boys’ volleyball team in Saturday’s second day of the school’s home tournament.
With a young team a year ago, Providence High enjoyed a breakthrough season in baseball.
BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD
BURBANK — With several of its players stranded in Washington, D.C. because of transportation issues, the Providence High boys' volleyball team needed to improvise a bit during the first day of the Providence Tournament.
GLENDALE — Both boys' tennis coaches at Glendale High and Burbank agreed that one factor might have played a pivotal role in the final outcome of Thursday's Pacific League match.
In a Pacific League that features perennial favorite Crescenta Valley High and other solid programs, the Burroughs and Burbank swimming teams have found the going rough the past few years.
VALENCIA — In their first dual meet of the season, the Burbank High boys' and girls' track and field teams were still trying to figure out where all the pieces will come together that will hopefully lead to a successful campaign.
TORRANCE — The Burroughs High girls’ basketball team has taken some rather big steps this season. Tuesday, however, the program looked to take a monumental leap.
Despite their problems, the Bulldogs were able to win the first two games of their Pacific League match against Arcadia and looked to close things out in the third. But a rash of unforced errors in the third allowed the Apaches to take the third game and seize the momentum of the contest. But Burbank rallied back in the fourth game, withstood an Apaches challenge late in the...