BURBANK — Crescenta Valley High was the latest squad trying to derail the Pacific League juggernaut that is the Burroughs boys’ volleyball team this season.
In Thursday’s league match, the Falcons were attempting to become the first squad to upend the Indians and only the second to even earn a game off of Burroughs.
Unfortunately for the Crescenta Valley, it was not able to accomplish either.
Using a balanced offensive attack, the Indians were able to roll to a 25-21, 25-19, 25-17 win in front of their home crowd.
Burroughs (17-4, 11-0 in league), which is ranked No. 9 in the latest CIF Southern Section Division II poll, has been able to steamroll through the league this season, earning three-game sweeps in all but one of its contests in notching its fifth straight Pacific League championship.
The Indians had already earned their fourth consecutive title with a victory Wednesday against Glendale, but many of the players were unaware of the accomplishment.