Although Centennial’s boys soccer team couldn’t make a repeat appearance in the playoffs this season, the Spartans were able to land a pair of players on the District 5-A All-District team.
Burleson senior Freddy Hernandez signed a letter of intent last week to play men’s soccer at Hardin-Simmons University.
After Mansfield Legacy stunned Burleson, 2-0, to open District 5-5A boys soccer play, the Elks told coach Travis Hughes weren’t going to lose again in the district play.
Trailing Centennial, 1-0, heading into the second half, Burleson’s boys soccer team went into grind mode.
Burleson took over first-place in District 5-5A boys soccer play Tuesday night thanks in part to a 6-1 home win over Arlington Seguin.
The goals were spread out Friday night in Centennial’s 5-0 District 5-5A girls’ soccer victory over Arlington
In a battle of District 5-5A unbeatens, Centennial’s girls soccer team came away with two vaulable points in the standings thanks to an 8-7 shootout win at Mansfield Legacy Tuesday night.
With the wind at their backs in the first half Tuesday night, Burleson’s boys’ soccer team found the back of the net twice against crosstown rival Centennial.
Centennial’s girls’ soccer team remains undefeated after opening District 5-5A play with a pair of shutout wins.
After winning just one district game in 2017, Centennial’s boys’ soccer team improved vastly in its second season under coach Brian Boydstun.