Burbank and Burroughs high schools formally recognized their 2010 homecoming courts at the cross-town rivalry football game Thursday.
Burbank High School's homecoming king and queen were Ulises Ochoa and Melanie Bartemian. The other homecoming court members were Chloe Hunter, Raul Ochoa, Elisse Maynez, Derian Blandon, Natalie Pentkowski, Daoud Mansour, Daniel Park, Sally Noh, Mackey Smith and Stephanie Campas.
Burroughs High School's homecoming king and queen were Gary Ruiz and Rachel Real. The other homecoming court members were Rebecca Tom, Garett Schiavello, Ashley Farmer, Casey Barbello, Alicia Seta, Bo Faunce, Julia Gamba and Adam Caparco.
Fans, distinguished by Burroughs red and Burbank blue, filled every seat at Memorial Stadium at Burroughs High.
"[The city of] Burbank has a small-town feel in comparison to most cities," said Wendy Miller, director of student activites at Burbank High School. "Most families who have been here three, four generations still come out to games even though their children graduated many years back."