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Burroughs victorious in league-opening match


Burroughs 2, Pasadena 1: The Indians started Pacific League play with a positive effort, defeating the Bulldogs Wednesday at Memorial Field.

It was also the Indians’ first win of the season.

Burroughs (1-2-2) dominated on offense, especially in the second half, outshooting Pasadena, 12-1.


The Indians scored in the 10th minute when Brooke Hazard’s throw-in went through the Pasadena goalkeeper’s hands for a 1-0 Indian lead.

In the second half, the Indians were so dominating that the team’s keepers didn’t touch the ball until six minutes remained in the game. A misplayed ball in the Indians’ penalty box resulted in a Pasadena goal, tying the score at 1.

Instead of getting down, Burroughs battled back. The team had a throw-in opportunity 40 yards from the goal in the closing moments of the game. Hallie White threw the ball on a line into the box, where several players went up for it. Haley O’Brien, making a run from outside the Pasadena penalty box, got to the ball on the dead run and shot it into the lower right-hand corner for the winning goal

The Indians defense played well, led by Haley O’Brien, Hallie White, Hazard and Ashley Caro. Tatiana Rizzotti, Daniela Salinas, Maria Gomez, Josie Castellon and Delaney O’Brien also contributed to the winning effort.


This was the final home game for Indians girls’ team at Memorial Field. Demolition of the current field and stadium is scheduled to begin in a few weeks. Burroughs will play the remainder of its matches at Luther Burbank Middle School.

Agoura 1, Burroughs 0: The Indians couldn’t earn the nonleague win Tuesday on the road.

The Burroughs defense, led by Haley O’Brien, Hallie White, Brooke Hazzard, Delaney O’Brien and Ashley Caro, and the midfield of Angie Caro, Riley Garden and Jose Castelleon, played well.


Providence 3, Ribet Academy 0: Sarkis Shaginian scored all three goals Tuesday to pace the Pioneers to a nonleague victory at the Glendale Sports Complex

Providence goalkeeper Osbalda Lara earned the shutout.


Providence 46, Archer 30: The Pioneers improved to 5-2 with a nonleague victory Wednesday at home.


The Pioneers jumped out to a 9-2 lead after the first quarter and enjoyed a 26-13 advantage at the half. Providence also held the Panthers to just two points in the third quarter as well.

Amber Bartmus paced the Pioneers with 11 points and seven rebounds. Teammate Bea Benedicto chipped in 10 points and eight rebounds.


Webb 75, Providence 61: Pioneers’ Patrick Gonzalez scored 44 points and set a school record by sinking 11 three-pointers Tuesday in a nonleague losing effort at home.

Gonzalez’s 11 three-pointers broke Harout Messrelian’s previous mark of 10.

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