When Layne Boxell applied for the head boys basketball coaching position at Burleson High School he had an eye on not just his career but also his daughter’s education.
Sam Martin, a 2019 Burleson High School graduate, signed a letter of intent last week to play men’s basketball at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
New Burleson boys basketball coach Layne Boxell had a chance to look at the future of his program last week during camp and he liked what he saw.
Here is the link to the June 20, 2019 edition of the Burleson Star.
We hope you enjoy it.
Not long after the final out last season, then junior Cameron Hauch dedicated himself to making his senior year a great one.
Audrey Schneidmiller made an impact for Burleson’s softball team at and behind the plate this season.
Following each session of Burleson’s football camp last week, Elks head coach Gary McElroy asked the gathered campers if they had fun that day.
Considering the caliber of girls soccer players in District 5-5A, Burleson coach Erin Poyner said having players from her squad recognized on the all-district team is a great thing.
The Burleson Elks baseball camp kicked off summer sports camp season last Tuesday and it was filled to the gills with future Elks.
Possibly the best season in the history of Burleson’s boys soccer program resulted in the landing of five superlative honors on the District 5-5A All-District team.