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Roundup: Burroughs girls’ soccer pitches second straight league shutout


Burroughs 2, Glendale 0: The Indians improved to 2-0 in the Pacific League with a victory on the road Friday.


Burroughs (3-6) received its second league shutout in a row from goalkeeper Taylor Bailey.

The Indians received goals from Miranda Kaekul and Kelly Arrue.



Arcadia 1, Burbank 0: The Bulldogs lost in Pacific League road action on Friday afternoon, falling to 1-6 and 0-2 in league.


Burbank 64, Arcadia 43: Despite missing 14 free throws in the first half, the Bulldogs weathered the storm and came away with a victory Friday in a Pacific League game on the road.


“It was our defense that really kept us in the game,” said Burbank Coach Jerry DeLaurie, whose team improved to 7-7, 1-1 in league. “I think our defense was just too overpowering for them.”

Adam Pasco and Anthony Kardosh paced the Bulldogs with 19 points each.

Burbank had a 27-21 lead at the half.

Burroughs 59, Glendale 54: The Indians improved to 2-0 in the Pacific League with a victory Friday at home against the Nitros.


Burroughs (10-4) was spearheaded by Amad Wainright, who poured in 29 points. Teammate Rashid Ewing added 18 points.

“It was just a bad shooting night for us all-around,” Burroughs Coach Adam Hochberg said. “We just didn’t do a good job in that respect, but we weathered the storm and we were able to come out of it with the win.

Bellarmine-Jefferson 51, Carson 46: The Guards earned a spot in the semifinals with a victory Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Huntington Park Tournament at Huntington Park High.

Bell-Jeff (8-5) received 16 points from Abid Oses, 11 points and 15 rebounds from Malcolm Regisford and 11 points from Clark Thomas.

The Guards will play Chatsworth at 7 p.m. in the semifinals on Saturday.