Things didn’t go as planned for Centennial’s competitors at the Class 5A UIL state swimming and diving championships over the weekend at Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin.
When Brian Tickell arrived at Centennial to take over the baseball program he quickly realized the Spartans’ cupboard was anything but bare.
The goals were spread out Friday night in Centennial’s 5-0 District 5-5A girls’ soccer victory over Arlington
Burleson’s softball team found some success over the weekend at the Bryan-College Station Tournament as the Lady Elks posted a 2-4 record at the three-day event.Saturday, the Lady Elks saw a rally
Three Centennial football players signed letters of intent Feb. 13 to play in college.
Centennial senior Ethan Diaz signed a letter of intent Feb. 6 to play baseball at Oklahoma Wesleyan University.
Centennial’s boys’ track and field team started its season strong with a second place finish Saturday at the Weatherford Relays.
Led by six district champions, Centennial’s wrestling team will be sending 20 athletes to the regional meet.
“It went really well,” Centennial wrestling coach Casey Hudson said.
When talking about the players that signed letters of intent to play football in college last Wednesday, Centennial head football coach Kyle Geller said he was so happy for the players.
FORT WORTH — With 6:21 to play Monday night, Centennial held a 48-42 lead over Fort Worth Arlington Heights.