All four teams have their share of talent and will be playing extensively in nonleague matches in hopes of being ready for league competition.
Here is a look at how the teams are shaping up.
If this season's Indian squad looks a lot like last year's team, there's good reason. Burroughs returns 12 players and eight starters from a team that went 7-8-5, 3-3-4 in league.
Burroughs has been one of the most successful programs in any sport the last 15 years, as the Indians have had just two losing seasons during that span.
The coach through those years has been Mike Kodama, who returns to the Indians' helm.
"A lot of the players we have this season have been on the varsity since they were sophomores, and some even since they were freshmen," said Kodama, who is in his 19th season.
"We should have a pretty good group and we should be able to score."
Kodama is doing something unique this season in relation to returning first-team all-league standout Bryant Castillo. The coach is going to let the junior roam freely on the field and move about unrestricted.
"I haven't done that with a player for a long time," Kodama said. "But I have the confidence in Bryant and I think he will do a good job."
Other all-league returners are senior forward Hector Hidalgo, junior defender Rudy Nava and senior defender Spencer Ross.
Another athlete Kodama expects big things from is junior midfielder Junior Hernandez.
"One good thing about this team is we have four forwards vying for two spots," Kodama said. "So, there is some competition."
There is also heated competition at goalkeeper. Senior Kevin Cadenas -- in his fourth season -- was expected to battle junior Tony Castro for the starting spot. However, freshman Andre Yanez has showed promise and it is now a three-horse race.
In the league race, Burroughs will be trying to win its first championship since 1997.