Burroughs High's Lisha Elsenbach put up impressive numbers during her junior girls' basketball season in 2010.
Along with earning first-team All-Pacific League and All-Area honors, Elsenbach emerged as the Indians' best scorer, averaging 15.7 points a game to go along with, 7.6 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.6 steals.
But as a team, Burroughs fell short of its goal of winning a league championship. In fact, the Indians finished third.
"It doesn't matter what kind of stats that I have, if the team doesn't win they don't really matter," Elsenbach said.
During her senior season, Elsenbach vowed to do all she could to help the Indians win a league crown.
Elsenbach did just that this past season, as she was the driving force behind a team effort that resulted in Burroughs capturing its first league title in 33 years. The senior ended up being the leading scorer in the league, and emerged as a quiet, but instrumental leader for the Indians.