Coach Mike Kodama's Burroughs High boys' soccer teams have had a history of success through the years.
In just his second season back after leading the program for 22 years and stepping down after the 2008-09 season, the Indians were again a formidable squad. Burroughs was able to win the Pacific League championship, its first since 2009. The league crown was the eighth for Kodama — five in the Foothill League and three in the Pacific League.
Because of its latest success, the Indians had eight players named to the all-league team, including senior midfielder Brian Arzate, who was honored with the Pacific League Player of the Year award. Not surprisingly, Kodama was named the league coach of the year.
Burbank had three players earn all-league accolades, two were named to the second team and one was an honorable mention pick.
Making the first team for Burroughs was senior midfielder Manny Celio, senior forward Jorman Herrera, junior forward Michael Conrad and junior forward Brandon Gerlach. Making the second team were Indians Xavi Izqueta, a junior midfielder, and Victor Salazar, a sophomore midfielder/defender, along with Burbank senior midfielder Christian Garcia and senior defender Josue Gonzalez.