With a lot of talent in many sports at both Burbank and Burroughs highs, being a top 10 team out of the many there are in the city does not come without…
Water polo star Emanuella Nathan will continue her career at the University of the Pacific.
Indians see season end with playoff loss at home.
Indians lose first set and nearly the second, but are rescued by Lydia Grote's match-high 23 kills and Catie Virtue's eight kills.
Indians sweep the Apaches and claim third straight league banner as Lydia Grote and Catie Virtue finish with 12 kills while Camila Sanchez-Tellez contributes 10.
Lydia Grote delivers a match-best 14 kills, while Catie Virtue and Camila Sanchez-Tellez each contribute 11 in a four-set win over the Falcons.
Lydia Grote contributes a match-best 20 kills as the Indians beat the Bulldogs 25-15, 25-17, 25-17 in a Pacific League match.
Host Bulldogs lead in the first set, but Falcons rally and then take two of the next three.
The Bulldogs and Indians have the necessary talent to place high in the Pacific League.
The Bulldogs took the first set, but then lost the next three against the scrappy Pioneers in a nonleague match.
Grote and Jensen have been buddies since they were six years old, live in Burbank, play volleyball for different high schools, but will play volleyball for the Golden Bears.
A look at the graduating seniors who will be playing college sports around the nation.