In the junior boys' race (2.95 miles), the Burroughs finishers were Ricky Mendez (14th; 16:47), Luis Celaya (21st; 16:46) and Everth Vargas (48th; 17:28).
In the sophomore girls' race (2.45 miles), Valerie Monroy was 45th (15:57) and was followed by Desiree Ruiz (49th; 16:03) and Miranda Acosta (54th; 16:11).
In the sophomore boys' race (2.7 miles), the Indians finishers were Elias Hoxsie (third; 14:31), Shane Thompson (fourth; 14:36), Garrett Boulais (15th; 14:56) and Jack Howe (49th; 15:40).
In the freshman girls' race (2.45 miles), Ashley Contreras was 21st (15:50) and Eileen Eckles was 32nd (16:20), and in the boys' freshman race (2.7 miles), Anddrew Barrondo was fifth (15:03) and Diego Sanchez was 27th (16:15).
Burbank 10, La Cañada 1: The Bulldogs won the nonleague match on the road Friday that was shortened because of excessive heat.
Burbank swept in singles, winning nine sets.
Burbank Vikings: Just two teams from the Burbank Vikings Youth Football program were able to earn victories in games Saturday.
The most dramatic win was turned in by Senior Gold (3-1), which had to go to overtime to defeat Palmdale, 20-18. Bantam Green (3-1) downed the Highland Bulldogs, 38-6, to earn the other win.
On the losing end, Junior Black (1-2) fell to Valley, 32-6, Junior Green (2-2) was beaten by the Santa Clarita Warriors, 40-32, Midget Black (1-2) lost to Canyon Gold, 22-20, Bantam Black (1-3) was defeated by Palmdale, 22-14, Bantam White (1-3) couldn't get by the Santa Clarita Seminoles, 38-6, and the Pee-Wees were downed by the Highland Eagles, 38-12.
Senior Green (3-0) and Midget Green (3-0) had byes.