For the first time in the history of Centennial’s baseball program two Spartans earned first-team honors on the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association Class 5A All-State team.
Here is the link to the June 20, 2019 edition of the Burleson Star.
We hope you enjoy it.
The numbers were big last week at Centennial’s volleyball camp with 170 future Lady Spartans participating.
At other coaching stops, Brian Tickell has seen some good talent at summer camps he has run.
When the time came to nominate players for Utility Player of Year during the District 5-5A softball team selection meeting, Centennial coach Shannon Sullivan looked at the offensive stats for senio
Centennial tennis coach Natalya Nikitina-Helvey was thrilled to have 42 future Spartans attend her tennis camp last week.
The calls kept coming with offers for Jacob Meador during the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft from various organizations.
The deepest playoff run in the history of the Centennial girls soccer program was recently rewarded with two superlative honors on the District 5-5A girls soccer team.
When she was in fifth grade, Madi Sue Montgomery came down with Whooping cough and was stuck in bed.
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.