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Indians shine in elite event

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Burroughs in the Ayala Tournament: The Indians played well in the

event that ended Tuesday and featured 64 teams.

The Indians finished 10th, losing to Brea-Olinda 41-35, in the

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ninth-place game. Tulyah Gaines scored 17 points for Burroughs (11-5)

-- ranked No. 7 in CIF Southern Section Division IIA.

Gaines also had a huge performance in a 69-48 win against

Riverside Poly, netting 35 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and

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five steals. Fabi Zavala added 22 points.

In a 46-44 victory against Santa Fe Springs St. Paul, Gaines had

21 points.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Burbank junior varsity 84, Bell-Jeff junior varsity 47: Narbeh

Awanessi poured in 27 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists Dec. 20 to

pace the Bulldogs to a nonleague victory.

Serob Hannesyan, Webster Cortez and Hakop Sogoyan all had 10

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points.

Burbank in Calabasas Junior Varsity Tournament: Hakop Sogoyan led

all scorers Monday as the Bulldogs rolled to a 67-60 tournament win

against Crespi.

Narbeh Awanessi added 20 points and 10 rebounds and David Dickman

had nine points -- all on three-pointers -- for Burbank (4-6)

BOYS’ SOCCER

Burroughs in Trabuco Hills Mustang Tournament: After falling in

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the opening-round match to Santa Ana, 3-2, in overtime, the Indians

finished the event Dec. 27 with three victories.

The Indians (7-4-1) defeated El Toro, 4-0, Santa Ana Valley, 2-1,

and Southwest, 2-1, in consolation matches.

Jason Salazar and Chris Leiva tallied two goals each in the

tourney, and Sean Lowe -- his eighth -- and Matt Welch had goals.

Freshmen Kevin Cardenas and Spencer Ross were brought up for the

tournament and both played well.

Jeff Tully


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