Despite a pair of loses in District 9-5A play, Burleson’s volleyball team is headed back to the playoffs after a one-year hiatus.
Lady Elk Volleyball
Coming out of the blocks Tuesday night, Burleson’s volleyball team was stumbling.
In its last two District 9-5A matches, Burleson’s volleyball team put some distance between itself and the squads pursuing the final playoff berth in 9-5A.
Whoever created the District 9-5A volleyball schedule did Burleson no favors.
Staring a loss to crosstown rival Burleson in the face Tuesday night, Centennial volleyball coach Jessica Ransom had one question for her team.
Centennial traveled to Burleson Tuesday night and handed the Lady Elks a 25-13, 22-25, 20-25, 25-23, 15-10 in a District 9-5A match.
Maybe facing all that tough competition in non-district and tournament play is paying off Burleson’s volleyball team in District 9-5A play.
Things get serious Friday night when Centennial and Burleson’s volleyball team start District 9-5A volleyball play.
First-year Burleson cross country coach Curtis Enis was pleased with his squad’s first time out Saturday morning at the Cowtown Classic.
Playing at the Midlothian Heritage Invitationa, Burleson's volleyball team went 2-1 in pool play. The Lady Elks defated West Mesquite, 25-16, 25-15, and Venus, 25-8, 25-7.