In the next few weeks, things will get busy for student-athletes at Burleson and Centennial.
Elk Cross Country
Things went right for the Burleson girls cross country squad at Friday’s District 9-5A championships as the Lady Elks finished third to qualify for the Class 5A Region II championships.
The final run for Burleson’s cross country team before the District 9-5A championships went well Thursday as the Lady Elks and Elks competed at the Race For the Loot in Granbury.
When their scheduled meet in Round Rock was canceled, Burleson’s cross country teams found a meet closer to home and turned in a strong performance.
Running against some of the top competition in Region II, Centennial freshman Harli Woolsey set a school record at Saturday’s Lucas Lovejoy XC Fall Festival.
Running at Cleburne’s Buzz Run Friday morning, Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis found a possible answer for the boys varsity team.
Burleson’s cross country team keeps getting better with each meet.
Centennial’s volleyball team got off to a fast start in District 9-5A play with home wins over
The second time out for Burleson’s cross country team this season was just a bit better than the first time out.
Kendall Rockers, a 2011 Burleson graduate and former standout athlete, recently competed with more that 350 runners at the Seventh Annual “Military Heroes Run” in SouthLake.