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Leader Sports Roundup: Burbank’s Orellana wins league golf match

GIRLS’ GOLF

Burbank, Burroughs in Pacific League match: Bulldogs’ Lisette Orellana fired a two-over-par 38 on Tuesday at Hansen Dam Golf Course in Pacoima to finish first.

Arcadia finished first in the team standings with a 208, while Burbank was second with a 217 Burroughs was third with a 250.

Other Burbank scorers were Maddie Lee (42), Kara Lee (42), Cassie Morin (45) and Alyssa Tran (50).

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The scorers for Burroughs were Jocelyn Kim (46), Abby Powell (46), Annika Lingad (47), Sadie Demmert (50) and Nadaly Jones (61).

BOYS’ WATER POLO

Burbank 15, Calabasas 14 (overtime): The Bulldogs came through in the extra period to win the nonleague match Tuesday at home.

Burbank improved to 3-1.

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GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL

Crescenta Valley d. Burbank, 27-25, 18-25, 25-14, 25-18: The Bulldogs slipped to 7-9, 3-2 in the Pacific League with the loss Tuesday at home.

Burroughs d. Muir, 25-14, 25-4, 25-14: The Indians stayed unbeaten in the Pacific League with the win at home Tuesday.

Burroughs is 7-4, 5-0 in league.

Burroughs in Ayala Tournament: The Indians defeated Chino Hills, 30-28, 25-20, to capture the tournament championship Saturday.

GIRLS’ TENNIS

Crescenta Valley 13, Burbank 5: The Bulldogs (1-1 in league) couldn’t win the Pacific Leagfue contest Tuesday at home.

CROSS-COUNTRY

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Burroughs in Eagle Invitational: The Indians had some solid results in the event Saturday at The Lakes Golf Course in El Segundo.

The girls’ vasrsty team placed fourth behind Jordan Guzman (14th; 19 minutes, 16 seconds) and the boys’ varsity finished fifth, paced by Robert McGraham (16th; 15:47).

Mason Ortega won the boys’ sophomore race in 15:56.

The other Burroughs top runners in their respective races were Hailey Gonzalez (39th; 23:20) in the girls’ junior varsity race, Savannah Hernandez (fourth; 19:14) in the girls’ sophomore race, Vivi Cannon (third; 20:21) in the freshman girls’ race and Trevor Deane (18th; 18:14) in the boys’ freshman race.


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