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  • Burroughs girls' basketball withstands comeback for close second-round win

    CHINO — Up by 18 points at halftime, it didn't stand to reason that the Burroughs High girls' basketball team would have to sweat another close finish. Yet, the Indians found themselves again in a tight contest late, this time against host Chino...
  • Long drought by Providence girls' basketball proves costly in quarterfinal playoff loss

    Long drought by Providence girls' basketball proves costly in quarterfinal playoff loss
    BURBANK — The Providence High girls' basketball team couldn't have asked for a better start in its playoff game Wednesday night. The Pioneers opened up their CIF Southern Section Division IV-A quarterfinal game against No. 2 Fairmont Prep by...
  • Track and field squads hoping to accomplish goals

    Track and field squads hoping to accomplish goals
    As the track season is just about to commence, all four city squads begin with different goals and expectations, but all with one similar commitment, which is to be competitive within their respective leagues. Here's a look at each of the squads....
  • Bell-Jeff boys' basketball seeded No. 2 for CIF playoffs

    En route to a 16-10 record, the Bellarmine-Jefferson boys' basketball team played its share of tough opponents. Alas, its arduous schedule has paid dividends, as the Guards earned the second seed in the CIF Southern Section Division IV-A playoffs, as...
  • Burroughs boys' soccer switches gears for CIF playoffs

    Burroughs boys' soccer switches gears for CIF playoffs
    It was an emotional end to the regular season for the Burroughs High boys' soccer team. The Indians ended the campaign Thursday with a 4-2 victory against cross-town rival Burbank. The victory clinched the Pacific League championship for Burroughs in...
  • Boys' tennis teams adjusting to early season starts

    Boys' tennis teams adjusting to early season starts
    BURBANK — It was a successful showing for a group of local boys' tennis players in the 2013 Pacific League Tournament. A year ago, Burroughs High's Sawyer Patterson defeated Hoover's Oleg Simonyan, 6-3, 6-4, to take the singles title at the league...
  • Burroughs girls' basketball comes up a comeback short in CIF loss to Huntington Beach

    Burroughs girls' basketball comes up a comeback short in CIF loss to Huntington Beach
    BURBANK — A Burroughs High girls’ basketball squad that has shown resiliency all season did so once again in its CIF Southern Section Division I-A quarterfinal playoff game on Saturday evening. Previous instances resulted in the Indians...
  • Burroughs again leads boys' volleyball pack

    Burroughs again leads boys' volleyball pack
    Recently in the Pacific League, the Burroughs High and Claremont boys' volleyball teams have engaged in some epic battles for league supremacy. The last two years, Indians' Daniel Jacobs and the Wolfpacks' Stephen Zetterberg paced their respective...
  • Bell-Jeff boys' basketball nabs No. 2 seed

    Bell-Jeff boys' basketball nabs No. 2 seed
    En route to a 16-10 record, the Bellarmine-Jefferson boys’ basketball team played its share of tough opponents. Alas, its arduous schedule has paid dividends, as the Guards earned the second seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 5-A playoffs...
  • Baseball preview: Three teams poised to make runs this season

    Baseball preview: Three teams poised to make runs this season
    The local baseball landscape has changed a bit from last year, as the city lost one program this season and plenty of talent. Bellarmine-Jefferson High, which had been the most successful baseball program in the city for years, will not field a team...
  • Roundup: Burroughs baseball gets the best of Lancaster

    BASEBALL Burroughs 5, Lancaster 0: Indians' pitcher Cole Meyer struck out seven Tuesday to pace host Burroughs to a win at home for its first victory of the season. Burroughs (1-3) scored all five of its runs in the sixth inning and tallied five...
  • Basketball, water polo players earn all-league accolades

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene. Three Providence girls' basketball players honored on all-league list: For the second time in three seasons, the Providence High girls' basketball team captured a Liberty League championship, but didn't...