SAN ANTONIO - It was another tough loss for the Burbank Bulldogs
football team, which was first to score but fell to Jefferson
Mustangs, 23-18, at Alamo Stadium on Saturday night.
Most of the 2,223 in
attendance remained in the stands until the very end. The game's
momentum changed for the Bulldogs when late in the fourth quarter they
came within striking distance with a score of 23 to 18.
But effort was not enough
despite Jefferson last minute penalties giving Burbank their seventh
An avid supporter and father
of one of Burbank's quarterback commented that he felt that Burbank's
defense should do a little more and not allow so many points as they
have this season.
Jefferson came to this game
fired up after a decisive 56-20 victory over Memorial whose record is
also seven straight losses. Memorial lost last night to Southside with
a score of 56-12.
Jeffersons next game will be
against Kennedy on October 28th. Kennedy has 5 wins and 2 losses.
Burbank will meet Memorial on
October 21st. Both teams have no wins.
Burbank continues losing streak..fans keep
SAN ANTONIO - Burbank Bulldogs
seemed to have the spirit but that was not enough to stop the Lanier
Voks from marching downfield and scoring a 7 to 35 game. The Bulldogs
rallied in the last half by showing the determination to score, however
fell short as most of the action took place between the forty yard
lines. The Vok's standing now shows 5 wins and 1 loss.
Up to now Burbank has lost all games but continues to bring fans and
supporters back to the field hoping to see them break the losing spell
of 5 losses and no wins that takes them to their next game with Brian
Clancy's Jefferson Mustangs at Alamo Stadium.
The Jefferson Mustangs will be coming off a strong showing following
Fridays game against San Antonio Memorial with their high scoring game
of 55-20. The Maxprep stats show the Jefferson Mustangs with an overall
3 losses and 2 wins. Memorial drops to 6 straight losses and no wins.
Burbank and Jefferson will start play at 7pm on October 15.
Burbank loses to Boerne
SAN ANTONIO - Burbank Bulldogs
lost all three of their preseason games and now gets ready to meet
Kennedy in their first district game on September 23rd at 7:00pm. The
game will be played at the SAISD Sports Complex on Burbank's home
The Boerne Greyhounds came to last night's game confident yet guarded
about playing the Burbank Bulldogs. Their concern came after last
week's unexpected loss to the Vandegrift Hounds with a score of 35-9.
Burbank had problems in stopping the long runs on kickoffs giving
Boerne a perfect field advantage. Despite Burbank's ability to move the
ball down field, they failed to score on each drive.
Neither team suffered serious injuries and the game ended at 42-0 in
favor of the Boerne Greyhounds. The Greyhounds will be playing Comfort
next Friday, September 23 at 7:30pm in Comfort.
Burbank stops Harlandale in last quarter
SAN ANTONIO - Harlandale High Indians got back on their winning track
by defeating Burbank High Bulldogs at Friday's football game in Indian
territory with a score of 42-14. Their victory comes after the Indians
suffered a loss to Central Catholic last week. Friday's victory against
Burbank brings Harlandale's status to 2 wins and 1 loss.
Burbank managed to get on the board minutes after halftime and made a
valient effort to get out of the hole after trailing the Indians by a
score of 29-0 at halftime. They were able to rally in the remaining
quarters to score 14 points which were not enough to give then a much
needed victory. Burbank stopped Harlandale from scoring in the fourth
The Bulldogs have yet to win a game this season and face Boerne High
next Friday in Bulldog turf. Boerne has a record of two losses and one
Harlandale will go up against Highlands next Friday.
The Burbank High Bulldogs
came headon with a very determined Antonian Prep High football team
during their non-district Friday night game on the Apaches home turf.
The Antonian Apaches played
to a full house and set the tempo for the rest of the game when they
scored early in the game. What followed was much of the same that led
to Burbank's first defeat.
The score of 33 to 0 told the
story for the Bulldogs whom in the fourth quarter had four players on
the sidelines being worked on for injuries by team trainers
Providence Provets overpowered
Burbank Lady Bulldogs
Visiting Providence girl volleyball team turned out to be a real
powerhouse with strong hits which overpowered their opponents on their
The turning point appeared to be when a Lady Bulldog seemed to hurt her
ankle which handicapped the rest of the game. Burbank's #13 continued
to hobble the rest of the game.
Burbank's next game will take place on August 23 when they play
Harlandale at the Burbank gym. Providence coached by Stephanie Solano
will take on McCollum High on August 23.
out during game Burbank
vs. Houston Hurricanes
The Burbank Lady
Bulldogs went up against Houston High Hurricanes, coached by
Courtney-Davis Thompson in Schertz. At mid point both teams were tied
at 24 to 24.
Burbank showed great improvement and were able to move on the court
much faster winning crucial points.
Lady Bulldogs will be playing Providence on August 17 at Burbank High,
High Lady Bulldogs played 2nd volleyball game this season
Castillo, Varsity Coach for the Burbank High School Lady Bulldogs, has
her team well underway in getting prepared for this season.
they competed against the Highland Owls on Burbank territory. Final
score was not available at press time. According to Maxpreps
schedule, Burbank will play Highland again tomorrow and Clemens on
August 15 at Clemens starting at 7pm.
High Bulldogs prepare in
101 degree heat