FORT WORTH – J.C. Mueller’s heads up play with 9:28 remaining Friday gave Burleson its first lead since early in the second quarter.
It took a few extra days but Joe O'Brien, a No. 2 singles player for the Elks, and Burleson's tennis team picked up its first District 9-5A win with at 16-3 victory at Joshua.
It is entirely plausible Burleson could win consecutive games to open consecutive football seasons for the first time since 2001.
First-year Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis was pleased with his squad’s first time out Saturday morning at the Cowtown Classic.
After winning its pool on Thursday at the Midlothian Heritage Invitational, Burleson’s volleyball team finished third at its final regular season tournament of the season.