Glendale supporters had more to cheer about on the field, as seniors Phi Le (157 yards rushing, two touchdowns) and Rick Martin (102 yards rushing, one touchdown) led a Dynamiters
(5-5, 3-2) comeback after Hoover (1-9, 0-5) took an 8-7 lead into the final minutes of the first half.
The Tornadoes never really recovered, losing two more fumbles before halftime - both followed by Glendale touchdowns on a night the Dynamiters
totaled 274 yards rushing, getting 90 yards and a 37-yard third-quarter touchdown run from Vladimir Paniouchkine.
Le touched only the opening kickoff, but his kick-return teammate, Sargis Khodabakhshyan, produced runbacks of 59 and 79 yards - the latter for a touchdown that kept the Dynamiters
within 14-7 at halftime.
Francis kicked two extra points and Spillman had one for the Dynamiters
(2-2), who eclipsed the previous school scoring record of 56 points set in 1990 against Arcadia.
Glendale 17, Burroughs 1: The Dynamiters
had no problems with the Indians of Burbank in the nonleague victory at home.
Van Patten's Dynamiters
teammate Argishti Beglaryan used an impressive final kick to help capture two league titles.
Glendale 10, Muir 0: Heather Hamasaki pitched a no-hitter, striking out 10 and walking one, and added a home run, triple and three RBI for the host Dynamiters
(9-5, 1-0) in a Pacific League opener.
Birmingham 7, Glendale 3: Right-hander Raul Campos allowed three singles and a walk and struck out nine in six-plus innings to carry the Patriots of Van Nuys (4-0) past the visiting Dynamiters
Glendale 8, Reseda 6: Brett Searson went 3 for 3, Jose Pompa had two doubles and three RBI and Kevin Hickcox tripled to help the winning Dynamiters
(1-2) outlast a 10-hit attack by the visiting Regents (2-1).