"The good news is that I won a championship. I didn't go 151, but I'll have a chance to next week," said Hurtado, who hit 143-10 on his first toss.
Hurtado later finished runner-up with a CIF qualifying toss of 43-3 1/2 in the shot put. The event was won by Indians senior Brian Jones, who flung his shot 45 feet.
Like Hurtado, Bulldogs senior Dennis Palacio was both a champion in one event and a qualifier in another.
Palacio held off Pasadena's Walter Martinez in the 300-meter hurdles with a time of 40.87 seconds, just nipping Martinez (40.99) at the finish.
"I've been a part of this program for four years and this makes it all feel worth it. This wasn't a waste because I was able to get this win," said Palacio, who also advanced by taking second in the long jump in 20-3.
Burbank's final victory was turned in junior Chris Miranda, who tied Burroughs' Matt Schwartz in the pole vault with a distance of 13-9. Miranda needed fewer tries to hit 13-9 and thus took the title.
Miranda, Schwartz and Burbank's Andres Pulgarin (12-9) all have the satisfaction of knowing they advanced to the prelims.
Other than Jones, the Indians produced two more champions in freshman Sarah Prystupa and senior Gracia Innocentia.
Prystupa outshined a field full of upperclassmen in winning the pole vault in 8-6.
As for the seasoned Innocentia, the senior lapped about seven runners in winning the 3,200 in 11:22.3.
"It's great to win, but that's not as important to me as my time," said Innocentia, who broke her previous personal best of 11:28. "My next goal is to beat 11:20, whether or not I win."
Burbank junior Arsen Mkrtchyan pushed Crescenta Valley's Nick Beatty in the 800, at one time closing a six-second deficit in a 200-meter span to pull within a half second.
Beatty (1:58.12) gave a final kick to hold off a stout effort from Mkrtchyan (1:58.69), who advanced to the Division I prelims.
"I thought midway through the race that I was going to die. I just gave everything I had," Mkrtchyan said. "I think if I had another 20 meters, I would have won the race."
Burbank's Bernie Corea also advanced to the Division I prelims by taking second in the 3,200 (9:39.00), while Bulldogs third-place finisher Kayla Martil is also moving on in the 400 (58.89).
Burroughs' Ermar Cruz took third in the discus in 137-7 and will also head to Trabuco Hills.