James Miller, the second boy swimmer from Burleson to compete at the state championships, had a big Saturday at the Spooktacular hosted by Hewitt Midway.
Burleson High School
MIDLOTHIAN — A late rally by Burleson came up short Friday night and all but dashed the Elks’ dreams of returning the playoffs this season as Burleson fell to Midlothian, 34-23, in a District 5-5A
With the District 5-5A title in hand, Burleson’s volleyball team closed out its regular season Tuesday night with a sweep at Arlington Seguin.
Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis was pleased with the way his Lady Elks and Elks performed Monday at the Class 5A Region I Championships.
It was a game between the Elks and Bulldogs, but it featured a monkey wrench - as in the one that was thrown into the District 5-5A Division II playoff chase.
Burleson’s tennis team lost to Colleyville Heritage, 15-4, Tuesday in a Class 5A Region I quarterfinal match. The loss halted the Elks team tennis season.
It was a game between the Elks and Bulldogs, but it featured a monkey wrench - as in the one tha
The opportunity was there Tuesday night for Burleson’s volleyball team to look past Everman and ahead to Friday’s District 5-5A match with Mansfield Legacy.
At the start of the season, Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis knew his boys and girls teams would be going to regionals in October.
ALEDO — Yes, the Burleson Elks lost their District 5-5A Division II football game to the Aledo Bearcats Friday night, 46-6. But don’t tell Elks coach Gary McElroy that his team got embarrassed.