The reward for a season of hard work for the Burbank High girls' volleyball team culminated with it capturing a share of the Pacific League championship. The title was the first for the program in 37 years.
Shortly thereafter, the Bulldogs were rewarded for their fine season when the All-Pacific League list was released. Burbank landed six players on the all-league ledger, including a co-player-of-the-year honor for senior setter Tyler Brooks.
Making the first team for Burbank was senior opposite/middle Stephanie Eskander, senior opposite Katie Hooper and junior outside hitter/middle Sharon Youn. Senior outside hitter Jamie Gonzalez was a second-team pick and Stephanie Lin was an honorable mention choice.
Burroughs had two first-team honorees in junior outside hitter Kaitlin Cottrell and junior setter/opposite Katie Rutecki. Teammate Dani Gonzalez, a junior libero, was named to the second team and senior middle Laura Howard was an honorable mention selection.
Brooks proved to be a steadying force for the Bulldogs (18-4), who shared the league crown with Arcadia after the teams split their two league contests.