Even though Burleson’s boys basketball team didn’t make the playoffs this season, the Elks still landed a two players on the District 9-5A boys basketball first-team.
Looking back at this year’s senior class, Burleson boys basketball coach Alan DuBose said the thing he will miss the most of his three seniors is their height as group and their ability to dominate
Burleson’s boys basketball team closed out its season with a 65-52 loss at Crowley in both squads District 9-5A finale.
After battling each other Friday night, Burleson and Centennial’s boy’s basketball teams playoff hopes took blows Tuesday night as each lost in District 9-5A play.
Playing with its back to the wall seems to be something Burleson’s boy’s basketball team enjoys.
Cade Dudley is a name that Burleson boys basketball coach Alan Dubose won’t forget for a while.
It’s tough to find a bright spot in a loss but Burleson boys basketball coach Alan Dubose was able to find a silver lining in Tuesday’s 58-51 District 9-5A road loss to Arlington Seguin.
In every “Friday the 13th” movie someone always finds a way to survive Jason’s killing spree.
After a half of play, Tuesday’s boys basketball game between Burleson and Centennial seemed stuck in the mud with the Elks holding an 18-17 lead.
Balanced scoring has been the calling card for Burleson’s boys basketball team this season.