EVERMAN — The first trip to the baseball playoffs in 60 years was a short one for Fort Worth North Side.
Burleson’s Joe O’Brien opened play at the Class 5A Region I tennis championships with a convincing first-round win.
Centennial senior Jacob Meador seems to like pitching in Everman.
Thursday night, Meador registered his third victory pitching at Everman’s baseball field this season.
For the third consecutive meet, Centennial’s girls track and field team came home a champion.
The offense just wasn’t there for Centennial’s softball team in its best-of-three Class 5A Region I bi-district playoff series with Fort Worth Arlington Heights.
Until the final hole of the Class 5A Region I championships, Centennial’s boys golf team battled for a state berth.
With the top seed from District 5-5A in the upcoming playoffs on the line, Centennial called on senior pitcher Jacob Meador to face Mansfield Legacy and he delivered.
Centennial’s baseball team honored its senior class Tuesday night. The seniors are Miguel Santos, Jacob Meador, Hunter Prescher, Gabe Irwin, Ethan Diaz, Gavin Gonzales, Seth DeLaRosa, Zavier Fulle
Centennial senior distance runner Sarah Trammel will be busy at the upcoming Class 5A Region I track and field championships.
Burleson and Centennial will open the Class 5A softball playoffs Thursday with the first game of the squads best-of-three Region I bi-district playoff series.