When she was in fifth grade, Madi Sue Montgomery came down with Whooping cough and was stuck in bed.
Lady Spartan Softball
The offense just wasn’t there for Centennial’s softball team in its best-of-three Class 5A Region I bi-district playoff series with Fort Worth Arlington Heights.
Burleson and Centennial will open the Class 5A softball playoffs Thursday with the first game of the squads best-of-three Region I bi-district playoff series.
Following a District 5-5A win over Arlington Seguin April 16, Centennial’s softball program honored its seven seniors - Serena Bersuch, Carley Eller, Kylee Gowin, Karter Hill, Hayley Murrell, Kenda
On a night when they were honored, Centennial’s seniors played major role in the Lady Spartans, 15-0, District 5-5A run-rule win over Arlington Seguin Tuesday at home.
The last time Burleson faced Centennial in softball, the Lady Spartans scored seven runs in the seventh inning for a 14-9 victory.
Defense and pitching kept Centennial in the game Tuesday night as the Lady Spartans rallied for a 14-4 District 5-5A softball run-rule home win over Mansfield Timberview.
Thanks to a 14-1 run-rule win over Everman Tuesday night, Centennial’s softball team is alone in third place in District 5-5A at the start of the second half of district play.
The long ball played a role in Burleson’s 12-3 District 5-5A home victory over Crowley Tuesday night.
Home runs have played a big role in the recent history of the softball series between Centennial and Burleson.