Friday, November 26, 2010

Bulldogs Lose in First Round Playoffs

Burbank Leader

Opportunities missed by 'Dogs

Football: Burbank loses to host Santa Fe in first round of postseason, 28-14.
By Jeff Tully,
jeff.tully@latimes.com
November 19, 2010

WHITTIER — The Burbank High football team had its share of opportunities in its opening CIF Southern Section playoff game Friday.

Playing against a tough Santa Fe squad, the Bulldogs fell behind early. However, the locals played themselves back into the game in the second half, and were driving to cut a disadvantage that had been 21 points to just a touchdown.

But Burbank was unable to score on the drive late in the fourth quarter, and the Chiefs held on for a 28-14 Southeast Division first-round win at Pioneer High.

"It's disappointing, because we definitely had our share of opportunities," said Burbank Coach Hector Valencia, whose team ends the season 7-4. "Our kids battled and they never game up. We just didn't execute like we were supposed to, and that hurt us."

Burbank, the No. 3 team from the Pacific League, had its hands full against Santa Fe (7-4), which placed second in the Del Rio League. Bulldogs' senior quarterback Adam Colman had to operate under constant pressure, and the Chiefs stuffed the box repeatedly, naturalizing the Burbank running game. READ FULL STORY

Friday, November 12, 2010

Burroughs Beats Burbank in last few seconds



The John Burroughs Indian's defeated the Burbank High Bulldogs with a game winning field goal with a few seconds left in the game. See the Burbank Leader story about the big game HERE. Earlier in the day today some Burroughs pranksters painted the "B" on the hill red.

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Burbank Frosh beats Burroughs 24-20

Yesterday in a thrilling game the Burbank High Bulldogs beat John Burrourghs Indians 24 to 20 in a nail biting game at Burbank High School. The bulldogs led at one point 16 to 6, but the Indians fought back to take a 20 to 16 lead. The Bulldogs scored their last touchdown with about 5 miniutes left in the game. The Indians moved down the field in the last drive of the game with 14 seconds left on the clock and 3 and goal, but was unable to get the ball in the endzone, and then it was 4th and goal on the one yard line with 6 seconds on the clack and the Bulldogs defense held and stopped the Indians from scoring and Burbank held on to win as the clock ran out.

Tonight is the Big Game between the Bulldogs and Indians at Memorial Field with the Junior Varsity playing first and the Varsity playing later. The Bulldogs, Indians and Arcadia are all tied for first place.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

2nd BHS Hall of Fame Induction, Nov 12th

Friday, November 12, 2010, will be the Second Burbank High School Hall of Fame Program. This year, our own Cathy Ferguson '65 (Olympic Gold Medalist) is flying down from Northern California to speak...The BHS Athletic Coordinator, Fred Cook, will try to coax Freddy Sanchez (recent San Francisco Giants World Series Winning-second baseman and '96 BHS Alum) to attend the ceremonies... Every other year, BHS Alums who distinguished themselves during their high school athletic careers, are nominated and a certain number are inducted into the BHS Athletic Hall of Fame...This year's program promises to be very exciting...

Among those being inducted are John Lockwood, The BHS 1965 CIF Cross Country Champion Team,
Tony Frank, Roy Lockwood, Bob Pierce, Ken Ziskin, Ralph Botting, Dr. Christy Calderon, Frank Kallem, Dave Kemp and the 1975 CIF-Champion Softball Team...
There will be a "Meet and Greet Hour" at 5pm and the program begins at 6pm...

It will be a wonderful evening overflowing with BHS PRIDE!!! BHS Athletic Director Fred Cook, has worked extremely hard co-ordinating this event.

See you all at BHS on Friday, November 12th...