By Tim Peterson
(Burbank) – Rand Holdren stepped down as the head football coach at Burroughs after two years he posted on his Twitter feed Wednesday.
“It has been a tremendous ride at Burroughs High School that my family and I will be forever grateful for. It is impossible to thank all of the people that put in work but please know that it was appreciated. With that said I am stepping down as head coach at Burroughs High School. Thank you! #Begreat,” Holdren posted on Twitter.
The Indians were 8-12 overall in the two years under Holdren and finished in fifth place in the Pacific League in both seasons winning two league games in both 2018 and ’19. Burroughs missed the playoffs in both seasons. The Indians did show marked improvement though this past season going 6-4 overall compared to 2-8 in his first year.
Holdern, who was a walk on coach, indicated he is not done coaching and will be seeking other opportunities.
Burroughs will begin the search for a new head coach immediately