"We're on an upswing," Burbank Head Coach Paul McNiff said.
Bulldogs' singles players Arthur Karagezian, Garn Sangsuriyakul and Pete Sangsuriyakal had no trouble against the Falcons' singles squad, each of them sweeping their way to victory.
Karagezian gave up only three games, while A. Sangsuriyakul and G. Sangsuriyakal dropped six and eight games, respectively.
"Their singles are good," Falcons Head Coach Sarah Wiggins said, whose team has dropped to 2-6 in league this season.
The Falcons showed their strength in the doubles game.
Jason Kim and Eric Dilanian won two sets, 6-2 and 6-4 and Hansel Ihn and Chan Hee Lee won a set 7-5, while Eric Khalarian and Alex Matevosian also won a set 6-3. Burbank's No. 1 doubles dyad of Leo Kim and Tigran Yeremyan swept 6-3, 6-0 and 6-2.
"Even on our bad days, which I didn't think we played that well today, our losses are pretty close," McNiff said.
In the end, however, a singles trio lacking confidence and consistency will cost the Falcons a playoff berth.
"You need to have good singles players to go anywhere," Wiggins said.
Tuesday saw the Falcons face the Bulldogs in a make-up match of an earlier rainout. Burbank kept its undefeated record unstained, cruising to another victory.
With Burbank, Arcadia and Burroughs establishing the top-three spots in league this season, Glendale's hopes are still alive at fourth place.
A year after finishing with a .500 league record, the Falcons are on a downswing.
"That's just how tennis goes," Wiggins said. "It goes in cycles."