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June 16, 2021


Barking Dog

Very cool. Awesome for the kids and what must be a great feeling to end the year on after being 1.5yrs of barely walking on campus.

Good luck to the basketball players who play baseball as well. Varsity baseball plays Aragon today @ 4p in the D3 CCS Semi Finals.

Hanging a couple banners this year would be really special for BHS.


Going for the second banner on Saturday at Los Altos:

Aragon starting pitcher Ty Barrango had shut down the Burlingame bat through the first four innings and thanks to a pair of Jace Jeremiah solo home runs, was pitching with a 2-0 lead in the semifinals of the Central Coast Section Division III bracket in San Mateo.

In the top of the fifth, however, the Dons opened the door and the Panthers kicked it in. Jonny Suarez’s three-run laser shot to left swung the momentum into the Burlingame dugout, which they carried to an 8-2 win and a spot in Saturday’s championship game.


KRN- Panther Baseball

BHS wins the Division III CCS Championship over Los Altos High School 10-2.

Barking Dog

Very Cool!
Had to win 3 on the road too...

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