Centennial’s Josh Emslie signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play men’s soccer at Costal Bend College.
A year ago, Centennial’s boy's soccer team waited until the final game of District 9-5A to collect a win.
Josh Emslie fell to his knees, partly in disappointment and partly from exhaustion.
He'd just played arguably the best game of his high school career at Centennial.
Thursday night will be a busy one for local high school soccer fans as both the girls and boys squads from Burleson and Centennial will be in action in playoff doubleheaders
Going into Monday’s game at Everman, Centennial’s boys soccer team knew it just had to register a tie to make the playoffs for the first time since 2012.
A pair of keepers made big plays Friday night as Centennial defeated Burleson, 5-3, in a shootout at Centennial.
Burleson bounced back from a tough shootout loss to Joshua Friday night with a 1-0 District 9-5A home win over Everman Tuesday night.
Freddy Hernandez scored twice for Burleson Tuesday night as the Elks got off to a nice start in the second-half of District 9-5A play with a 4-0 home win over Granbury.
Centennial boys soccer coach Brian Boydstun knew that senior forward Alex Moreno had the capability of being a top-notch goal scorer.