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Burbank fights back


Burbank 2, Arcadia 1: The Bulldogs overcame a one-goal deficit Tuesday to earn a Pacific League win on the road.

After falling behind, 1-0, Davyd Hacobian scored on a penalty kick in the first half to tie the score at 1.

Dennis Palacio tallied the winning goal in the 58th minute for Burbank (3-3-2, 2-2-2 in league).



Arcadia 4, Burbank 2: Clarissa Guerrero and Hayley Greep scored goals for the Bulldogs in a Pacific League loss Tuesday on the road.

Burbank High 3, Hoover, 1: The Bulldogs notched their third straight Pacific League victory with a win Friday at Hoover.

“First and foremost, I applaud Hoover’s effort. They gave 110% throughout the game. I have seen a definite improvement in their team since last year,” Burbank Coach Eric Montoya said.


Burbank started the offensive attack when forward Clarissa Guerrero won the ball in the midfield, dribbled the through the Hoover defenders and put the ball away for the first goal of the game.

Soon after Hoover’s goalkeeper, Yvette Cruz, spent the rest of the first half defending her net.

“Hoover’s goalkeeper was a beast in goal today,” Montoya said. “She had save after save. We were putting the ball on frame, direct shots, breakaways, she just kept saving them; she played really great”.

Hoover launched an offensive attack in beginning of second half, scoring early to tie the score at 1.

However, the Bulldogs were able to regroup. They stepped up and started an offensive run. Alecia Dal Monte, who controlled the midfield most of the game, played a ball to Guerrero who passed the ball across to Taylor Gore who tapped the ball in the net giving the Bulldogs a 2-1 lead.

Hoover continued to apply pressure which forced Burbank keeper Sara Rangwala to go one-on-one to make a sliding save allowing the Bulldogs to maintain the lead.

In the 70th minute, Dal Monte crossed ball to Guerrero who shot the ball in the corner of the net for the third goal.

“We didn’t go into the game expecting an easy win by any means. We knew we were going to be in for a battle. I really have to give the other team credit,” Montoya said. “Hoover fought the entire game. I told my team they cannot take any team in the Pacific League for granted.”



Morningside 71, Providence 70: The Pioneers fell Monday in a Martin Luther King Classic game at Providence.

Providence 56, Holy Martyrs 53: The Pioneers received 20 points from Marcus LoVett Jr. and 18 from Patrick Gonzalez in a Liberty League win Friday at home.

An 18-8 Providence (16-4, 4-0) run in the second quarter helped seal the win.

Gonzalez also added 11 rebounds.


Burbank 40, Arcadia 32: The Bulldogs remained in second place in the Pacific League with a home win Tuesday.

Courtney Seidler had 10 points and eight rebounds, Damarie Gonzalez added eight points and eight rebounds, Sylvia Granados had eight points and five assists and Aja Locke had six points and seven rebounds for Burbank (5-1 in league).


Bellarmine-Jefferson 59, Los Osos 49: The Guards improved to 12-6 with a win Monday in the Martin Luther King Classic at Pasadena City College.