Burleson boys soccer coach Travis Hughes described sophomore Freddy Hernandez as a big-time player.
MANSFIELD - Trouble came early in both halves Friday night for Burleson’s boy's soccer team.
Freddy Hernandez scored a pair of goals as Burleson’s boys soccer team hit a trifecta of sorts Tuesday night.
Coming off a big 1-0 District 9-5A win over Centennial Friday night, Burleson’s boys soccer team was seeking just a point to all but lock up a playoff spot.
Facing first-place Everman Tuesday night, Burleson’s boys soccer team gave it their all.
The Burleson boys’ soccer team looked like a team poised to make a playoff push on Friday night as The Elks dominated in a 2-0 District 9-5A win over Joshua at home.
Just like they did in the first half of District 9-5A play, Centennial’s girls soccer team stunned Crowley late when Lindsey Beckrich scored with 1:35 left to play for a 1-0 win.
Burleson midfielder Erik Lopez capped the Elks’ District 9-5A match with Cleburne in thrilling fashion with a sudden-death penalty kick goal that gave Burleson a 6-5 shootout victory.
All streaks eventually come to an end and Tuesday night Burleson’s boy’s soccer team ended five seasons of futility with a 2-1 District 9-5A victory at Centennial.
Burleson built 2-0 lead in the first half and made it hold up as the Elks won at Joshua, 2-0, Tuesday in District 9-5A boys soccer play.