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Burroughs in Action; Burbank is Idle

First published in the Dec. 17 print issue of the Burbank Leader.

The Burroughs High School varsity girls’ water polo team lost to visiting Notre Dame High of Sherman Oaks, 15-11, in a nonleague game on Tuesday.
Senior Nancy Baylor recorded three goals while junior Anastasia Zubkoff, sophomore Giselle Janczewski and sophomore Sarah Metry each scored a pair of goals. Sophomores Ava Tomlinson and Audrey Willett each had one goal while senior goalie Mindy Hernandez posted seven saves.
The Bears competed in the Chino Hills Ayala tournament last weekend, finishing with a 1-3 record.
JBHS lost its tournament finale against Yorba Linda, 12-9, last Saturday, as Baylor amassed a team-high seven goals. Metry and Zubkoff each had one goal.
Burroughs picked up its first tournament win by defeating El Dorado High of Placentia, 10-5, earlier on Saturday. Baylor racked up a team-high six goals, Zubkoff scored a pair of goals, and sophomore Olivia Dominguez and Janczewski each had one goal.
The Bears lost both games the first day of tournament play last Friday, falling to Irvine, 13-8, and Edison High of Huntington Beach, 12-7.
JBHS previously defeated visiting Marlborough High of Los Angeles in double overtime, 12-11, in a nonleague game. Zubkoff finished with two goals, including the deciding goal with just over a minute remaining in the second overtime. Baylor registered a team-high five goals while Hernandez had 14 saves, including three in overtime. Metry tallied two goals while Dominguez, Tomlinson and Janczewski each scored once.
Burroughs (5-5 overall) will open Pacific League action by hosting Arcadia on Tuesday, Jan. 3, at 3:30 p.m.


The Bulldogs have been idle since losing a nonleague game at South Pasadena on Dec. 6. Burbank (4-4 overall) will finish competing in the Holiday in the Hills tournament today before opening Pacific League action at Hoover High in Glendale on Tuesday, Jan. 3.

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