Under the watchful eye of head coach Gary McElroy and his staff, Burleson’s varsity football players opened fall drills at 7:30 a.m. Monday morning at Burleson ISD Stadium.
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It’s hard for Burleson volleyball coach D’Anna Newton to not be a little excited about the possibilities for her Lady Elks this season with 10 players back from a squad that won the District 5-5A t
Centennial pitcher Jacob Meador topped a list of four Burleson ISD baseball players who landed spots on the Texas Sports Writers Association Class 5A All-State Baseball Team.
Thanks to changes in UIL rules that started last season, Burleson’s freshman football class begin workouts Monday morning on the new turf at Burleson ISD Stadium.
Things haven’t changed for volleyball teams as they won’t have many days to prepare for the start of the 2019 season.
Burleson Star editor Ricky Moore was at Burleson football camp Monday morning.
Each year, Burleson volleyball coach D’Anna Newton has seen her Lady Elk volleyball camp grow.
A year ago, Burleson was picked by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine to make the post-season and Centennial wasn’t.
When Olivia Pyburn was coaching at Crowley’s Summer Creek Middle School she saw a glimpse of what the Burleson ISD was like and knew someday she wanted to be a part of the district.
New Burleson girls basketball coach Oliva Pyburrn was surprised and pleased to have 83 campers at the Lady Elk basketball camp last week.