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Bulldogs, Bears Compete in Tournaments

First published in the Dec. 10 print issue of the Burbank Leader.

The Burbank High School varsity girls’ basketball team lost to Northview High of Covina, 59-30, in its San Marino tournament finale last Saturday.
Sahara Jackson registered nine points, including a pair of threes, Karen Casillas tallied seven points, and Nikaela Damasen recorded six points. Rheanna Ocampo drained a 3-pointer, Lauren Navarro scored three points and Ava Casey had two points.
The Bulldogs saw their two-game win streak end after losing to Orangewood Academy High of Garden Grove, 56-46, in a tournament game last Friday. Casillas racked up 24 points, while Jackson finished with 10 points. Damasen scored six points, Ocampo registered five points and Alexandra Richins had one point.
The Bulldogs won a tournament game over Pasadena Poly, 58-38. Casillas poured in 15 points while Jackson and Navarro each tallied 10 points. Damasen recorded seven points while Richins drained a pair of field goals behind the arc. Ocampo sank three 3-pointers while Shelby Cribbs had one point.
Burbank (6-3 overall) opened Pacific League action at Crescenta Valley late yesterday; the game ended after the Burbank Leader’s press deadline and will be included in next week’s issue. The Bulldogs will visit Muir High in Pasadena for a league game on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 5 p.m.


The Bears lost to visiting Culver City, 42-32, in their Burroughs tournament opener on Monday.
Senior Izzy Roderick racked up 10 points, nine rebounds, three blocks, one steal and one assist, freshman Malia Harney registered seven points, three boards, one block, one steal and one assist, and freshman Grace Barton scored seven points with one steal and one rebound. Junior Ashley Martin recorded six boards, two points and one block, senior Rachel Little tallied two points, three rebounds, one block and one steal, and junior Mia Paz had two points and two boards. Freshman Elizabeth Amoroso posted two points and one rebound, while senior Ivana Razov produced four steals, four boards, two blocks and two assists. Sophomore Skylar Cafferty collected three steals, two rebounds and two assists, freshman Valentina Morales had two steals, two boards and one block, and junior Karly Geris finished with two steals and one rebound. Freshman Anna Phillips had one steal, while sophomore Mariam Fahs had one board.
JBHS previously won a nonleague game at Yeshiva of Los Angeles, 35-29. Roderick racked up nine points, eight rebounds, two blocks, two steals and one assist, while Morales poured in nine points with nine boards, two blocks and two assists. Martin registered five points, six rebounds, four steals and one assist, while Razov posted two points, seven boards, four steals, two assists and one block. Harney recorded six points, three rebounds and two steals, Barton produced two points, one steal and one board, and Amoroso had two points, one block and one rebound. Little finished with three steals and two boards, while Cafferty and Geris collected two steals and one rebound. Fahs tallied two boards, two steals and one assist, while junior Natalie Sanchez had two rebounds and one assist.
Burroughs (4-4 overall) will play at Hoover High in Glendale on Tuesday, Dec. 13, at 5 p.m.

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