With second place in District 9-5A already in hand, Centennial’s girls soccer team worked hard on senior night to make it a special one for the seniors.
Last week, Centennial boys soccer coach Brian Boydstun told his team he was proud of how they had stayed together during a rough season, because some teams crumble in a situation like the one they
Centennial backed Jacob Meador’s pitching Tuesday night with a 14-hit attack as the Spartans opened District 9-5A baseball play with a 16-3 six-inning run-rule win at Crowley.
Burleson’s boys and girls golf teams opened the spring season at Feb. 24-25 at Centennial’s Squaw Valley tournament and both squad’s finished sixth.
oring your first high school goal in varsity play is always something special.
Burleson freshman Jordan Rosser’s first goal as a Lady Elk is one she will remember for a lifetime.