Burbank High football had a football player garner one of the Pacific League's top awards despite playing limited minutes.
Burroughs had a player earn one of the league's top awards after playing the entire campaign with a major injury.
With Bulldog James Williams and Indian Hawkins Mann leading the way, the two local teams had their share of athletes earn All-Pacific League honors, as 28 Burbank and Burroughs players were selected on this year's list.
Burbank, which tied for second in league and advanced to the CIF Southern Section Southeast Division semifinals, had 13 players earn accolades, while Burroughs, which also tied for second, landed 15 players on the list.
"If you add up all the first team and the second and the honorable mentions, we got the same number of all-league players as Muir," Burroughs Coach Keith Knoop said about the league-champion Mustangs, which also advanced to the division semifinals. "We had some good kids and some good athletes and it's nice to see our guys get recognized. We had a little bit of everything with our guys who were honored across the board."