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BHS Fall 2015 Sports Recognition

PAL League winners

Varsity Football (tied)

Junior Varsity Football (tied)

JV Girls Water Polo (tied)

 

Advanced to CCS

Cross Country - Girls

Football

Tennis - Girls

Volleyball

Water Polo – Girls *

  (* Qualified, but didn’t play)

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL !!!

Additional mentions on individual sports page as well...

End of Season Feedback - Fall 2016

News

11/9/16

Congratulations to the Panthers who have made it to CCS !!!

  • Girl's Golf - 9th grader Jody Chui competed last week at Rancho Canada
  • Boys Water Polo - played last week against Pioneer.
  • Girls Volleyball - defeated Mills Saturday and advance to the semi-finals.  Next game: Wednesday, 11/9 7:30 pm vs Saratoga @ Menlo School.
  • Football - play Valley Christian this Friday 11/11 at 7:00 PM at VCHS.
  • Girl's Tennis - 11th grader Halle Martinucci plays Tuesday 11/15 in Los Gatos.

 

For tickets to CCS events, the CCS uses prepmo.com for ticketing. Buy online and save yourself time.   You can also purchase tickets at the gate.  Please note that Booster, PAL and family/school passes are not valid for CCS events, and some sites may also charge for parking.

 

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10/27/16

Tuesday’s top finisher receives an automatic individual bid, with the runner-ups being eligible to apply for at-large bids. Burlingame freshman Jody Chui shot 80 to take second place and Batang shooting 81 to claim third. Reigning PAL champ, Aragon senior Tessa Ulrich, who took fourth place with an 85, advances to Carmel as the Dons qualified, as a team, by virtue of capturing the PAL Bay Division team championship with a perfect 10-0 record in the regular season.

Lee finished in fourth place last year, shooting a 74. This year, the persistent clouds and wind frustrated many of the competitors, including Lee. She finished 3 strokes behind last year’s final score, but it was the best performance by 3 strokes this year.

“I wish I played better but it turned out OK,” Lee said.

Lee wasn’t the only one to voice frustration with the elements. The underclassman wunderkinds Batang and Chui were actually both in the running for the title heading into the 18th hole, and both finished with triple bogeys.

“Not my best,” Batang said. “I blew up on the last hole but I had fun … and I have two more years to go. So, I’m not worried.”

For Chui — who this season became the first freshman in Burlingame history to play wire-to-wire as the team’s No. 1 ranked golfer — there were costly errors on the greens prior to 18. Her saving grace was shooting for eagle on the par-5 16th hole.

“I feel like my putting wasn’t that good,” Chui said. “I 3-putted three times which messed up my score.”

Lee’s putting, however, proved clutch. Her highlight came on the 10th hole with a 30-foot lie just off the green.

“I felt really confident about that putt,” Lee said.

 

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10/27/16

The 49ers High School Player of the Week Award for week eight goes to Lucas Flygare of Burlingame High School in Burlingame, CA.

The conference matchup between the Burlingame Panthers and the Hillsdale Fighting Knights came down to the wire Friday night, and it was senior Lucas Flygare that came up with the big stop to secure preserve the win for the Panthers.

With two minutes remaining in the game, Burlingame was up by eight and Hillsdale was driving down the field. Hillsdale was finding success running the ball against Burlingame all night, and continued to attack them on the ground. The final drive came down to a fourth-and-four play from the Burlingame seven-yard line, and having had success doing so all night long, the Knights handed the ball off to star running back, Nate Rosas. This time, it wasn’t happening. The agile defensive lineman, Flygare, stuffed Rosas at the line of scrimmage and the Panthers took over for the win.

“It was huge,” said Burlingame head coach John Philipopoulos. “They had all the momentum and had established a long drive. We needed a big play from somebody and we weren’t surprised when it was Lucas that stepped up and made the play when we needed it,” continued Coach.

Flygare has been a constant for Burlingame all year. Both his play and his leadership are paramount to the team and that sentiment is echoed among both his teammates and coaches.

His play on the field speaks for itself. Listed as the starting middle linebacker, Flygare is a two-way starter where he starts at guard on offense and also sees time on the defensive line as a linebacker. At about 175 pounds, he actually sees more reps on defensive line and has given teams problems all season long. His ability to rotate between defensive line and linebacker allows the Panthers to run two different defenses and keeps opposing offenses on their toes.

“Having Lucas changes how we are able to game plan and gives us a lot of flexibility. When we want an extra lineman, we’ve got an extra lineman. When we switch to a 3-4, we can drop him back.  It makes it much easier for us as coaches when we are able to do those things,” said Coach Philipopoulos

In terms of the significance of his leadership, that characteristic may even outshine his football talent.

“You can’t speak enough about what he means to the team. Lucas is a team captain for us, but he’s the captain of the captains. He’s the motivator of this team,” said Coach Philipopoulos.

“We lost a few we should have won early and Lucas really took control. He brought the intensity up and pulled the best out of all our guys and really challenged them to bring it to the next level. We beat Sacred Heart Prep after that, which was huge for us and I give Lucas a lot of credit for that. With his tempo at practice and his leadership, he pulled us through,” continued Coach.

Flygare is also the goalie for the varsity soccer team and was a team captain as a junior for the varsity lacrosse team. Additionally, his performance in the classroom is just as impressive, if not more, and is something in which he takes great pride. Lucas currently maintains a 4.6 GPA.

“He’s a highly, highly academic kid, spectacular teammate, and just a great kid all the way around. He’s one of my favorites I’ve ever coached and he really has had such a positive impact on the program,” insisted Coach Philipopoulos.

As the home school of the 49ers High School Player of the Week, Burlingame High School will receive a $500 grant for their football program from the 49ers Foundation. As part of this award, Lucas will receive two tickets to a 49ers home game where he will be recognized on the field. At the end of the season, Lucas will be invited to the SAP Performance Facility to watch a closed practice where 49ers head coach, Chip Kelly, will officially present him with his award.

Congratulations, Lucas!

 

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ATHLETICS PACKETS 2016-2017

SportsNet is now available for the 2016-2017 school year!

All Athletic Packets from the 2015-2016 school year have expired. However, starting 5.2.16, parents/guardians must now complete Athletic Packets online by going to  https://sportsnethost.com/burlingame (link can also be found by clicking on "Student Health" on BHS's homepage). First time users will need to set-up an account. Returning users should enter their previously selected username & password to log-in. After the packet is completed & submitted, a confirmation email should be received.

Physicals that have not yet expired (were completed within the last year) and are on file in the BHS Health Office, can be used until they expire and do not need to be resubmitted. Physicals must be completed ​by an MD, DO, PA or NP &​ must be fully completed in order for their clearance to be renewed. You may log back in at any time during the year to upload a new physical or to complete the Adult/Student Driver portion.

Any questions about medical clearance please see Ms. Herold in the Health Office. Any other questions about sports, please see Coach Phil in the Boys PE locker room.

BHS Sports Teams for 2016-17

The following athletic teams will be offered this year:

Fall:

  • Cross Country (Boys/Girls) - V/JV
  • Football (Boys) - V/JV/Frosh
  • Golf (Girls) - V
  • Spirit Squad (Boys/Girls) - V/JV
  • Tennis (Girls) - V
  • Volleyball (Girls) - V/JV/Frosh
  • Water Polo (Boys/Girls) - V/JV

Winter:  

  • Basketball (Boys/Girls) - V/JV/Frosh
  • Soccer (Boys/Girls) - V/JV
  • Spirit Squad (Boys/Girls) - V/JV
  • Wrestling (Boys/Girls) - V/JV

Spring:

  • Badminton (Boys/Girls) - V
  • Baseball (Boys) - V/JV
  • Golf (Boys) - V
  • Lacrosse (Boys/Girls) - V/JV
  • Softball (Girls) - V/JV
  • Swimming (Boys/Girls) - V/JV
  • Tennis (Boys) - V
  • Track (Boys/Girls) - V/JV

A note about Freshman Teams:  We will consider opening and collapsing freshman teams when it is apparent that there is a large freshman interest in that sport.  We will also consider collapsing programs that do not have enough students to make the experience safe for all students (i.e. we cannot field a basketball team with only six players).  

 

End of Season Feedback - Fall 2016

Today: 12/3/16
All Day: Varsity Girls Basketball vs Lynbrook Tournament @ Lynbrook - TBD
10:00 AM JV Girls Soccer vs HOMESTEAD @ BURLINGAME - 10:00 AM
1:30 PM Varsity Girls Soccer vs GUNN (TOURNEY) @ FREMONT - 01:30 PM