Burroughs was paced by freshman singles standout Trevor Campbell.
The Indians baseball team was also able to return to the playoffs after a seven-year absence. Burroughs (15-14, 11-3) finished third in league, one game behind runner-up Arcadia and two games behind champion Crescenta Valley.
The team boasted a fine player in senior pitcher Tyler Bussard, who earned All-CIF Southern Section Division II second team.
In league, Bussard went 8-0 with a 0.87 earned-run average to earn first-team all-league honors. Overall, he had a 10-4 record and a 2.17 ERA with 55 strikeouts and 12 walks in 77 1/3 innings. His win total tied the Burroughs school record for most wins in the regular season.
In the playoffs, Burroughs won its wild-card opener against Woodbridge, 9-1, and lost in the first round against Cypress, 6-3.
The school's softball team turned in the upset of the year when it defeated Oaks Christian (No. 1 in Division III), 7-0, in a Birmingham Tournament game.
Burroughs (13-12, 8-6) placed fourth in league and qualified for the postseason, falling in a wild-card game to Lancaster, 11-0.
Senior pitcher Jade Terry provided the Indians with offense and defense. The first-team all-league player had a .411 average (23 for 56) with 14 RBI, 14 runs scored, four triples and four doubles. In the circle, she was 8-9 with a 1.03 ERA, 58 strikeouts and 31 walks in 95 1/3 innings.
In swimming, Jarrod Przebieda was the Indians' best swimmer, adding to his exploits in boys' water polo.