ARLINGTON — When Osbal Benitez hooked just his second field goal attempt of the season inside the left upright last Thursday as time expired, it sealed Burleson’s fate.
Hayden Whitten rallied Burleson with a third-quarter passing touchdown and a fourth-quarter scoring run, but District 9-5A’s most dynamic offensive weapon was too much Friday in a 42-41 loss to Cle
Burleson Star photojournalists Lydia Dickey and Chris Jaso captured the action from Friday's "Boot" game between Centennial and Burleson. The Spartans beat the Elks, 28-11.
In preparation for Centennial’s annual “Boot Game” with Burleson, the Spartans’ offensive coaches broke down video from the past two meetings with the Elks.
Although there was a little more pep at the start of practices on Monday, the football coaching staff’s at Burleson and Centennial are approaching preparation for the “Hall of Fame/Boot Game” as if
Burleson came away with 13 points from five possessions inside Everman’s 20-yard line last Friday, as the inability to finish off drives spelled a 22-16 loss at Burleson ISD Stadium.
Burleson football coach Gary McElroy and the Burleson Star's sports editor Ricky Moore talk about the Elks District 9-5A lost to Everman and Friday's "Boot Game" with Centennial.
The combination of a shutdown defense and a breakout game from receiver Jaylen Johnson allowed Burleson to ease past Joshua, 45-3, last Friday at Joshua ISD Stadium.
Burleson football coach Gary McElroy and the Burleson Star's sports editor Ricky Moore talk about the Elks District 9-5A win over Granbury at Friday's game at Joshua.
Kody Gentry’s interception was followed two plays later last Friday by Hayden Whitten’s 5-yard, game-winning touchdown run to lift Burleson past Granbury, 35-13, at Burleson ISD Stadium in front of