Indians earn rival sweep in swimming


Burroughs 96, Burbank 72: The Indians received a big performance from Michaela Salinas on Tuesday to win the cross-town rivalry Pacific League meet at Burroughs.

Salinas had a hand in four victories, taking the 200-yard freestyle, the 500 freestyle and swimming legs on the Indians' winning 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay squads.

Ahsha Earwood won the 200 individual medley and the 50 freestyle and swam a leg on the winning 200 freestyle relay team for Burroughs.

Burbank received a first-place effort from Lousine Boghosian in the 50 freestyle.


Burroughs 95, Burbank 82: Casey Ueno came up big for the Indians on Tuesday in helping them to a cross-town rivalry Pacific League victory at home.

Ueno was first in the 200-yard freestyle, second in the 50 freestyle and swam legs in the team's winning 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay teams.

Shane Pentkowski placed first in the 50 freestyle for Burbank.


Burroughs 7, Arcadia 0: The Indians received a solid performance from starting pitcher Brice Edrington in notching the Pacific League win Tuesday at Olive Park.

Edrington went the distance and allowed just four hits.

Sidney Ortega and Delaney Nicol had solo home runs, Kaitlin Okimoto had a triple and two runs batted in and Michelle Santiago had two hits, a triple and two RBI for Burroughs (14-6, 6-2 in league).

Burbank 17, Hoover 0 (five innings): The Bulldogs had little trouble gaining the win and remaining in first place in the Pacific League with a five-inning mercy-rule victory Tuesday at McCambridge Park.

Burbank (15-1, 8-0) is ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division III.


Burbank 13, Hoover 3: The Bulldogs climbed into first place alone in the Pacific League Tuesday with an easy victory at home.

Burbank (12-7, 7-1) started the day tied for the league lead with Burroughs. However, the Indians (12-9, 6-2) lost a close one to Arcadia on Tuesday, 4-3, in 11 innings.

The Bulldogs jumped in front of Hoover early, scoring six runs in the second inning to take a 7-1 lead. A two-run home run by Dylan Mersola, an RBI-single by Ricky Perez and a bases-loaded walk by Sebby Santoro in the second inning fueled the Burbank rally.

Mersola was two for four with three RBI and two runs scored

Joe Bogenschutz got the win for the Bulldogs on the hill. He allowed two runs over three innings, striking out two, walking two and giving up two hits.

Closer Martin Silva put away the final 12 outs to record the save.

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