Christian Hallack had a big night Friday for Burleson on the mound and at the plate in the Elks, 10-1, District 8-5A win over Joshua at Burleson.
Centennial’s Lacey Burns recently signed a letter of intent to play women’s basketball at the University of Texas-Tyler. Seated are, from left, Lacey Burns and Toyah Bray (mother).
Centennial’s Linah Howey recently signed with McMurry University to compete in women’s swimming. Shown seated are, from left, Todd Cummings (father), A.C.
Centennial’s A.C. Cummings recently signed with Brookhaven College to play women’s soccer. Shown seated are, from left, Todd Cummings (father), A.C. Cummings and Claudia Cummings (mother).
Centennial’s Jordan Jackson recently signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
If anything Burleson’s boys golf team was consistent at the Class 5A Region I championships Monday and Tuesday in Lubbock.
Zoe Miranda’s threerun home run in the first that gave Burleson 4-0 lead seemed to stun Centennial and give the Lady Elks hope of ending a five-game losing streak to their arch-rivals.
in the famous poem “Casey at the Bat” Mudville cleanup hitter mighty Casey struck out on three pitches with the bases loaded sending the Mudville Nine and its fans home dejected.