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High School Sports

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  • Alum takes helm at Bell-Jeff

    Incoming Bellarmine-Jefferson High School Principal John Matheus has a long to-do list ready for when he takes over on July 1 — increase enrollment, foster a faith-based environment and champion the school’s athletic teams. But one...
  • Gonzalez remains red hot

    BOYS' BASKETBALL Providence 85, Glendale Adventist Academy 54: Patrick Gonzalez continued his fine season Thursday by pouring in 43 points— including eight three-pointers — to spark the Pioneers to a Liberty League road win. Gonzalez came...
  • ALL-AREA FIRST TEAM

    Noah Bernstein, sophomore, La CaƱada: Ended the season with a 75.4 scoring average and finished fifth in the Rio Hondo League. Tied for 57th in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Northern Individual Regional with an 83. Jack Bouchard, sophomore,...
  • Alleged paintballers plead not guilty

    Three Bellarmine-Jefferson High School students on Friday pleaded not guilty to felony charges related to a series of paintball attacks last month on passersby in Burbank. Eric Marcson Lopez — previously identified as Eric Monson — of...
  • From the Bullpen: The most important sport of all

    Forget basketball and hockey season, for tonight marks the beginning of the only real season that Burbankers should care about: election season. Tonight, the League of Women Voters Glendale/Burbank will be holding their candidate forum in the City Council...
  • From the Bullpen: It's time for high school baseball

    Yes, it’s the start of the baseball season — the high school baseball season, that is. When the first pitch is thrown, there is that magic in the air that “this will be the season,” hope springs internal, and nothing can or will...
  • Freshman is making tracks

    BURBANK HIGH — Although he has yet to began his freshman track and field season at Burbank High, Isaiah Amos has already taken part in a big race. Saturday, the freshman took part in the Run for the Dream Indoor Track and Field Invitational, held...
  • Tubert gets invite to LPGA event

    Tubert gets invite to LPGA event
    BURBANK — Emily Tubert received some good news last week while she was competing in the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship. Tubert, a Burroughs High graduate who will be a sophomore at the University of Arkansas in the fall, learned...
  • Pioneers fail to execute in loss

    PROVIDENCE HIGH — Carey Many isn't a fortuneteller. He just had a inkling. The boys' basketball coach at Providence High said if his team failed to execute in one specific area, they'd be in for a long game Saturday night against visiting Buckley....
  • Step in line for award winners

    With the new school year less than two months away and the summer-league season coming to a close, it's a good time to look back on the past school year. With the 2010-11 campaign came remarkable achievements, successful teams and outstanding athletes...
  • Four squads ready for play

    BURBANK — Until a few years ago, Burroughs High and Burbank were the only local schools that fielded boys' golf teams. But Bellarmine-Jefferson fielded a team for the first time seven years ago and Providence started a program last season. All...
  • Indians take to the hills for first time

    Along with the more mainstream high school sports, some schools in Southern California also take part in sports that are a bit more specialized. In the state, there are schools that field lacrosse, equestrian, gymnastics and even surfing squads. There...