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High School Sports

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  • 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...
  • Pioneers' hopes alive

    Pioneers' hopes alive
    GLENDALE — The Providence High boys' volleyball team definitely has motivation heading into the last few weeks of the regular season. Coming into Thursday's match with host Glendale Adventist Academy, the Pioneers were one match out of first place...
  • Teams have the talent

    Teams have the talent
    BURBANK — High school softball pitchers are getting used to dealing with a different dimension when it comes to their delivery to home plate. This is the first season the pitching rubber has been moved back three feet to 43 feet, which will likely...
  • From the Bullpen: Broken ground unearths old memories

    It's finally happened. After years of talk, securing funds, and sometimes downright political bickering, shovels have finally been turned on the Memorial Field rebuilding project at Burroughs High School. It was a who's who of Burbank schools,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Locals shooting for individual success

    GLENDALE — Having already excelled in their respective league finals, a trio of local boys' golfers is set to aim even higher. Jack Bouchard, Richie Maloof and Kelsey Danzeisen are prepared for the next step, as each will participate in the 18-...
  • Providence can't stand up to Panthers

    PASADENA — A distinct difference between Providence High and Pasadena Poly was evident prior to teams' CIF Southern Section Division V boys' volleyball quarterfinal playoff match Saturday. The Panthers boast six players who are 6-feet-2 or taller,...
  • Coach's last stand

    BURBANK — It's with a heavy heart that Bellarmine-Jefferson High baseball Coach Hector Perez guides his Guards into this season's CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs. After 11 years as a teacher and coach at Bell-Jeff, Perez was give notice...
  • Teams ready to get going

    BURBANK — It has been a successful season for the four area high school softball teams. Not only did two schools — Burroughs High and Bellarmine-Jefferson — capture titles in their respective leagues, but all four — including...
  • Indian shines in CIF

    BURBANK — Burroughs High boys' golfer Kelsey Danzeisen might have gotten some sound advice about how to navigate through postseason play. Danzeisen, a junior, has taken lessons from his uncle, who is a golf professional in Oregon. "He's probably...