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GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Bell Gardens 22, Burbank 12: The Bulldogs received four goals from

Jessica Ullo on Thursday in an Almont League match at Burroughs High.

“They were just better than we were,” said Burbank Coach John

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Abdou, whose team is playing in the Oxnard Tournament today.

Burbank (7-4, 2-2 in league) remains in third place in league.

Bell Gardens is ranked 10th in CIF Southern Section Division I.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

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Saugus 62, Burroughs 30: The Centurions prevented the Indians from

posting their first Foothill League win of the season Tuesday by

defeating Burroughs at home.

Things started relatively even for the teams, as Saugus jumped out

to a 12-9 lead after the first quarter. However, Burroughs had a

horrible second quarter in which it was outscored, 24-3.

Tulyah Gaines paced the Indians with 14 points, however, the next

highest Burroughs scorers had just five points.

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Canyon 54, Burbank 43: Christine Kepenekian’s 16 points weren’t

enough to save the Bulldogs on Tuesday as they were defeated in a

Foothill League game at Burbank.

The Bulldogs had trouble stopping Erica Doyle, who scored a

game-high 27 points.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Saugus 83, Burroughs 50: A slow first-half start by the Indians on

Tuesday helped the visiting Centurions build a lead and post a

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Foothill League victory.

Peter St. Hubert had 11 points and Joey Paysinger added eight for

Burroughs.

Saugus came out gunning in the first half and held a 38-17 lead at

the half.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Burroughs 2, Valencia 1: Sean Lowe scored two goals Friday for the

host Indians in a Foothill League match.

Burroughs (9-7-2, 2-2-1) trailed, 1-0, before Lowe scored in the

13th and 25th minutes. Chris Leiva and Spencer Ross had assists.

Lowe leads the team with 10 goals.

Kevin Cadenas had three saves in goal for the Indians.

Compiled by Jeff Tully


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