BURBANK — It was a Burbank-Burroughs cavalcade of honorees in this year's all-league football voting.
The Indians and Bulldogs were in the running for the Pacific League championship up until the final game of the regular season. Burroughs went on to share the league crown with Arcadia, and Burbank finished third.
The teams' impact on the field led to a big all-league haul off of it. The two area teams combined to put 24 (12 for each program) players in the all-league list.
Unfortunately for Bellarmine-Jefferson, an off-year yielded just three all-league awards.
Two of the biggest awards were given to Burroughs senior quarterback Lucas Yanez and Burbank senior linebacker Ryan Seidler. While Yanez was named the offensive player of the year, Seidler earned defensive player-of-the-year accolades.
Indians Coach Keith Knoop said although earning the league's top offensive award was a fine accomplishment for Yanez; he felt his player deserved a higher honor.