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  • They're red-y for some football

    They're red-y for some football
    While the foliage of Burbank does little to colorfully announce the arrival of fall, Johnny Carson Park was ablaze in vivid red as the John Burroughs High School Arrowhead Club presented their 24th annual car show this past Sunday. This yearly event,...
  • 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,...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Burroughs' historic run falls short

    Burroughs' historic run falls short
    CYPRESS — The Burroughs High boys' volleyball team was definitely the newcomer in its CIF Southern Section Division III championship match Saturday. The Indians' program has only been in existence for five years, and the team had never gotten...
  • Off to semis for Guards

    GROSS PARK — Losing may not always be a bad thing. Back on April 30, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High softball team dropped an 8-4 nonleague decision on the road at Apple Valley. "The best thing that could've happened to us was to taste the defeat,"...
  • Cheers and kazoos mark Burroughs commencement

    Cheers and kazoos mark Burroughs commencement
    It wouldn’t have been a John Burroughs High School graduation without a bit of musical theater, and there was plenty of that on Thursday at the Starlight Bowl as members of the class of 2011 lined up to accept their diplomas. A vocal performance of...