MANSFIELD — Centennial boys basketball Jeff Carroll knew what his Spartans were facing heading into their Tuesday night playoff meeting with Waxahachie.
Needing a win to wrap up a playoff berth, Centennial boys basketball team did just that, defeating Everman, 73-69, on the road in both team’s District 9-5A finale.
Centennial’s boys basketball team needed a win badly Tuesday night at Granbury.
With the chance to kill two birds with one stone, Burleson’s boys basketball team didn’t let the opportunity get away.
The tough start to the second half of District 9-5A boys basketball play continued for Centennial Tuesday night as the Spartans fell at Arlington Seguin, 101-86.
CROWLEY — Before Centennial’s District 9-5A showdown with Crowley, Lady Eaßgles’ senior guard Taelour Pruitt was honored.
After Centennial took a 45-44 lead with 6:30 to play at Crowley Tuesday night, the Spartans couldn’t get enough stops to come away with a win over the Eagles.
Senior Josiah Sneed put in extra work on his floater this week and it paid dividends Friday night for the Burleson at Crowley.
Burleson’s boys basketball team moved into sole possession of first place in District 9-5A with a 91-60 home win over Arlington Seguin Wednesday night.
It didn’t take long for first-year Burleson boys basketball coach Joy Martin to fully immerse himself in the Elks rivalry with Centennial.