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Burlingame Panthers take pride in emotional football win over King’s Academy

By Terry Bernal Daily Journal Staff In a football season where there is essentially nothing to play for but pride, it was fitting Burlingame head coach John Philipopoulos was so emotional after his team’s showing of Panther pride. In a thrilling show of clutch defense, the Panthers staved off a late King’s Academy surge to

SHP shuts out Burlingame, scores on marathon drive

by Ethan Kassel ATHERTON, Calif. — For all but one drive, Saturday’s clash between the Sacred Heart Prep Gators and Burlingame Panthers was just like any other game between the two teams, a gritty affair in which the ball only moved a few yards at a time. It was the one drive that didn’t fit

San Mateo County high school football previews

By Nathan Mollat Daily Journal Staff Burlingame at Half Moon Bay, 7 p.m. The Panthers went just 2-3 in Bay Division play in 2019, but still managed a playoff berth, finishing the season 5-6 overall. … The Cougars were dominant in Ocean Division, going a perfect 5-0. A perfect 10-0 regular season, however, earned Half

BHS Athletics Handling COVID-19

How is Burlingame High School Athletics handling COVID-19? Two words-safely and efficiently. During this unpredictable time, Burlingame Athletics has taken precautions to allow their athletes to practice safely and stay in shape. Before entering the track, they require each student to have their temperature taken and answer a list of questions regarding their exposure to

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 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