Before Tuesday’s District 5-5A girls soccer game at Burleson, Centennial coach Brian Boydstun implored his Lady Spartans to play with intensity and they did just that.
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With the wind at their backs in the first half Tuesday night, Burleson’s boys’ soccer team found the back of the net twice against crosstown rival Centennial.
Twice in the fourth quarter, Burleson’s boys’ basketball team was able to close to within shouting distance of arch-rival Centennial.
No matter the sport, games between Burleson and Centennial are usually tight contests.
That was the case Friday night in the teams’ District 5-5A girls basketball game at Centennial.
Burleson’s girls basketball program recognized its senior players Tuesday night. Playing their last game for the Lady Elks were Caitlyn Kirkham, Jazmin Ramirez and Danielle Parisi.
Burleson senior guard Sam Martin picked the right night to score the 1,500th point of his high school career.
Centennial’s girls’ soccer team remains undefeated after opening District 5-5A play with a pair of shutout wins.
For most of the season, third quarters have been tough for Burleson’s girls basketball team
From the coaches comments following Tuesday’s District 5-5A boys basketball game between Centennial and Burleson, it was hard to tell who had won.
Down 11 points starting the fourth quarter, Burleson’s girls’ basketball team didn’t give up.