CLEBURNE - For the first time all season, Burleson’s softball team was shutout but that didn’t worry Lady Elks’ coach Summer Owen.
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Burleson’s contingent at the Class 5A Region I track and field championships turned in a good showing.
With the third-seed from District 5-5A on-the-line, senior Jacob Amador turned in a strong performance on the mound as Burleson defeated Granbury, 8-4, in a one-game playoff at The Depot in Cleburn
Earlier this season, Burleson’s baseball program honored its six-man senior class. The seniors are Jacob Amador, Cody Griever, Cameron Hauch, Evan Jameson, Luke Magilley, and Kane Rodriguez.
Burleson had three individuals and a relay team competing at Thursday’s District 5-5A/6-5A area track and field championships and all but one qualified for the Class 5A Region I championships.
Burleson and Centennial will open the Class 5A softball playoffs Thursday with the first game of the squads best-of-three Region I bi-district playoff series.
Burleson’s softball program honored its three-player senior class April 16 following a District 5-5A win over Granbury.
A five-run outburst in the fourth inning turned Tuesday’s showdown for a share of second place in the District 5-5A softball standings into a 7-0 Burleson victory over Granbury at home.
Trailing 7-3 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning Tuesday night, Burleson’s baseball team made things interesting in its District 5-5A home game against Crowley.
Burleson’s tennis qualified two singles players and a doubles team for the Class 5A Region I championships in Lubbock that started Wednesday and conclude today.