Burlingame Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Touchdowns for cancer campaign a huge success!

The top fundraisers from the BHS JV and Varsity Panthers football team visited Lucile Packard yesterday to present their donation, learn about the unique Stanford Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer (SAYAC) Program and tour their brand new facilities. We learned that our boys raised the largest sum EVER for SAYAC from a student organization. They met

CCS football semifinals: Keys to victory for all teams

By Darren Sabedra No. 6 Burlingame at No. 2 Terra Nova, Friday, 7 p.m. Burlingame wins if … : Longtime coach John Philipopoulos keeps finding postseason success. He won a CCS title last year. After a 3-5 start, the Panthers won three in a row, all against teams with at least seven victories. Burlingame has

FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS

FRIDAY. Nov. 22 7:00pm @Terra Nova High School in Pacifica LET’s GO PANTHERS‼️‼️‼️‼️

Burlingame extends Little Big Game streak to 10 years

by ETHAN KASSEL SAN MATEO — The fanfare was louder, the crowd was larger and the buzz had started weeks ago, but at the end of the 92nd Little Big Game, it was the same old story. The San Mateo Bearcats entered the county’s oldest rivalry with their best team in over a decade but couldn’t

CCS football playoffs: Five things we learned from seeding meeting

By Vytas Mazeika SAN JOSE — Virtually every football coach in attendance for the Central Coast Section seeding meeting Sunday bolted out the front door as the playoff brackets were being announced. So began the era of competitive equity as analytics ruled at the CCS offices. Last year, the top 24 teams were split into

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PAL-Bay Preview: M-A is favorite, but talent runs deep across league

by Ethan Kassel Reigning league, section and state champion Menlo-Atherton is undoubtedly the top dog in the PAL entering 2019. Even after graduating defensive stalwarts Daniel Heimuli and Noa Ngalu, both of whom are now at Washington, the Bears still have a bevy of future Division I players on their roster, headlined by outstanding wide