Needing a win to clinch a playoff berth Friday night, Centennial’s boys basketball team did just that.
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 so many players that can play multiple positions, Centennial softball Shannon Sullivan coach will spend the first few weeks mixing and matching players to seek out the right combination.
Centennial volleyball player Caroline Garlington signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play volleyball and beach volleyball at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas.
For the second consecutive year, Centennial’s swimming and diving team will send a swimmer and diver to the UIL Class 5A state championships.
Before Tuesday’s District 5-5A girls soccer game at Burleson, Centennial coach Brian Boydstun implored his Lady Spartans to play with intensity and they did just that.
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.
Twice in the fourth quarter, Burleson’s boys’ basketball team was able to close to within shouting distance of arch-rival Centennial.
No matter the sport, games between Burleson and Centennial are usually tight contests.
That was the case Friday night in the teams’ District 5-5A girls basketball game at Centennial.
Centennial’s girls basketball program honored its senior class last week.