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Sports Roundup: Burbank boys’ basketball secures fourth place in league with rivalry win

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Burbank 83, Burroughs 49: The win Thursday at home secured fourth place in the Pacific League and gave the Bulldogs the final automatic playoff berth from the league.

Burbank (17-10, 8-6 in league) also avenged a loss earlier this season to Burroughs (11-16, 4-10), which finishes sixth in league and will likely not make the playoffs.

Providence 73, Rio Hondo Prep 50: The Pioneers wrapped up an undefeated Prep League campaign Wednesday on the road.

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Providence (22-6, 8-0 in league) clinched the Prep League championship Monday in its first season in the league.

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Burroughs 51, Burbank 41: With the victory Thursday on the road, the Indians finished in a three-way tie for second in the Pacific League with Crescenta Valley and Pasadena.

Burroughs (21-7, 10-4 in league) received 11 points and nine rebounds from Nicole Rumfola, while Kayla Wrobel had 11 points and 14 rebounds.

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Burbank (14-13, 6-8) finishes sixth in league and doesn’t earn an automatic playoff berth from the league.

Providence 54, Rio Hondo Prep 43: Jyah LoVett had 34 points, eight rebounds and six steals to pace the Pioneers to a Prep League win Wednesday on the road.

Ariel Gordillo added 10 points and Audrey Sayoc had eight points and four steals for Providence (15-13, 7-5 in league).

GIRLS’ WATER POLO

Burroughs 13, Glendale 3: Second-seeded Burroughs won the third-place match of the Pacific League Tournament on Thursday at Arcadia High.

The Indians (6-2 in league) received five goals from Aleah Orozco, three from Camila Panozo and two from Ema Nathan, who had 10 saves.

Burbank 9, Hoover 3: Sixth-seeded Burbank won the fifth-place match of the Pacific League Tournament on Thursday at Arcadia High.

Michelle Morlock finished with five goals for Burbank, which received 15 saves from goalkeeper Suzie Misiriyan.

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Burbank went 4-4 in league.

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Twitter: @TCNGrantGordon


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