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Burroughs still unbeaten with 7-5 victory


Burroughs 7, Redondo Union 5: Liz Seward poured in three goals

Wednesday to pace the Indians to a nonleague win at the Burroughs



The victory improves the Indians to 5-0.

Ligia Urena, Christine Hyman, Caitlin Howison and Rebecca

Andreassen added goals for Burroughs.

Burroughs goalkeeper Carly Delaplane made five saves to get the



The Indians were dominating in the first half, outscoring the

Seahawks, 5-0, in the first two quarters. The Indian defense allowed

Redondo just two shots in the half.

A big block by Delaplane with the Indians short-handed with a

minute left, and a 7-meter score by Andreassen in the third quarter,

sealed the victory for Burroughs.

Burbank 12, San Marino 11: The Bulldogs outlasted the Titans to


win the nonleague match on Wednesday on the road.


Providence in Pioneer Shootout: The Pioneers opened their own

tournament on Wednesday with a 58-31 win against Panorama City St.

Genevieve at the Providence gym.

Providence was paced by Talar Bouldoukian, who scored 11 points.

Unfortunately, the Pioneers lost in the semifinals of the

tournament on Thursday to L.A. Pacific Hills, 43-25


Burroughs 43, Hoover 35: The Indians earned a pool-play win on

Wednesday by downing the Tornadoes in the opening-round of the 19th

annual Burroughs/ Optimist Tournament.


Providence 54, North Hollywood Oakwood 45: Playing in their

Liberty League opener, the Pioneers came away with a victory at home.

Frank Catota contributed 19 points and Mark Azer added 12 for

Providence (3-3).

The Pioneers outscored the Gorillas, 25-18, in the first half.


Village Christian 1, Burbank 0: Playing with no substitutes, the

Bulldogs fell on Thursday in a nonleague match at Village Christian.

Burbank is 5-3-2.

“We have a lot of girls who are sick with the flu, so we missing

some good players,” Burbank Coach Savio Silveria said. “So we didn’t

have a lot to work with and that contributed to us losing.”

Burbank 8, Alhambra 1: The Bulldogs continued to roll with a

nonleague win at home on Wednesday,

Liliana Morales had three goals and Kelsey Rohr and Carolyn Chrzan

added two goals each for Burbank. The other Bulldog goal was scored

by Bianca DeSantiago.

Burbank 4, Glendale 1: Carolyn Chrzan scored three goals and Emily

Hom added one Tuesday in the Bulldogs’ nonleague win at home.

Burbank goalkeeper Brianna Jackson made five saves.

Sherman Oaks Notre Dame 3, Burroughs 0: The Indians couldn’t find

their offense Wednesday in a nonleague loss at Burroughs.

Jeff Tully