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Burroughs 84, Beverly Hills 61: Vanessa Brooks was a triple winner

for the Indians Wednesday in their nonleague meet win a Beverly



Brooks placed first in the 100 meters (12.8 seconds), the 200

(27.5) and the high jump (4 feet 10).

Teammate Tulyah Gaines won the long jump (16-1 1/2) and set a school record in the triple jump (35-4) and Katie Vahoviak was first

in the 800 (2:36) and the 1,600 (5:40).



Beverly Hills 72, Burroughs 63: Despite some fine performances by

the Indians, they lost the nonleague meet Wednesday at Beverly Hills.

Burroughs received a first-place effort from its 400-meter relay

team, as Sean Allen, Evan Gomez, David Brooks and Matt Welsh won the

event in 45.0. Gomez also won the long jump (20-1), Brooks won the

300 hurdles (40.7) and Allen placed first in the high jump (5-8).

The Indians also had winning efforts by Ruben Banzali in the 800


(2:07), Juan Flores in the discus (142-8) and Mike Ortega in the

triple jump (36-6).


Burroughs 425, Saugus 444: The Indians made it two wins in a row

Wednesday by defeating the Centurions in a nonleague match at De Bell

Municipal Golf Course.

Jeff Looby paced Burroughs (2-5), capturing low medalist honors by

firing an even-par 71. Teammate Sang Lee shot an 80, Chris Roseli had


an 84, Austin Radaker had a 94, David Hamanaka had a 96 and Paul

Lundquist had a 104.

In a Burroughs junior-varsity win, 492-505, Indian Mitchell

Johnson shot a 91 to lead the team to its first victory of the


Crescenta Valley 192, Burbank 211: Denny Bae shot a two-under-par

33 for the Bulldogs (3-2) Wednesday in a nonleague match at Brookside

No. 2 Golf Course in Pasadena.


Burbank 9, San Marino 9 (Bulldogs win on games, 79-73): Haig

Kassabian, Burbank’s No. 1 singles player, clinched the victory with

a 6-2 win against Jeff Chow -- San Marino’s No. 2 player -- Wednesday

in a nonleague match at the Burbank Tennis Center.

Kassabian won his other matches, 7-5, 6-1, for Burbank (4-3).

Mark Keppel 14, Burroughs 4: The Indians were swept in two of

three singles sets Wednesday in a nonleague loss.

The Burroughs (2-3) doubles team of Wilson Tseng and Nathan Brandt

went, 6-7 (6), 6-1, 6-2.


Viewpoint d. Providence, 15-8, 15-2, 15-11: The Visiting Pioneers

(4-4) had trouble in their Liberty League opener Tuesday, falling to

the Patriots.


San Fernando 2, Burroughs 0: The Indians could muster just one hit

Wednesday in dropping the consolation-round game in the 11th annual

Hoover Softball Classic at Pelanconi Park in Glendale.

Burroughs’ only hit came on a single in the third inning by Ryanne

Hodgins. Hodgins got to second base in both the third and fist -- on

an error -- innings, but the Indians couldn’t bring her home.

Pitcher Dani Regan gave up five hits in absorbing the loss.

The Indians (3-3) were supposed to play Eagle Rock in a tournament

game on Thursday, but the Eagles had a conflict in their schedule.

Providence 3, Westridge 2: The Pioneers were able to come up with

a run in the top of the sixth inning Thursday to earn a nonleague

victory at Westridge.

Providence (5-1) struck first, scoring two runs in the first two

innings. However, the Tigers tied the score at 2 with two runs in

their half of the second.

Pitcher Candice Koeth (3-0) picked up the win, allowing four hits

walking two and striking out two in 5 2/3 innings.

Lauren Suedkamp recorded her third save. She also delivered the

game-winning run batted in.

On offense, Liz Roche was one for four with a run scored, Danielle

Austin was one for three, Koeth was one for three with a triple and a

run scored, Suedkamp was one for three with two runs batted in and

Shannon Hayes had a double for the Pioneers.

Compiled by Jeff Tully