After battling each other Friday night, Burleson and Centennial’s boy’s basketball teams playoff hopes took blows Tuesday night as each lost in District 9-5A play.
Before Centennial scored its first points Tuesday night, Arlington Seguin had already built a 9-0 lead.
Centennial’s boys basketball team completed its first sweep of Crowley Tuesday night, in the four-year history of the series.
In every “Friday the 13th” movie someone always finds a way to survive Jason’s killing spree.
After a half of play, Tuesday’s boys basketball game between Burleson and Centennial seemed stuck in the mud with the Elks holding an 18-17 lead.
Early in Tuesday’s District 9-5A Cleburne, Centennial guard Hayden Smith was struggling to find his shot.
Go figure, Friday night at Crowley, Centennial’s boys basketball team played another tight game with the Eagles.
Centennial’s boys basketball team posted a 2-2 mark at the Decatur Invitational over the weekend.
It was the Spartans final action until opening District 9-5A play Friday at Crowley.
A team from down under came in the way of Centennial’s boys basketball team and the third place trophy over the weekend at the Midlothian Heritage Hoopfest.
The final two games before the Thanksgiving break were good tests for Centennial’s girls basketball team.
The Lady Spartans are gearing up for the District 9-5A opener Tuesday at Joshua.