The Burleson Elks baseball camp kicked off summer sports camp season last Tuesday and it was filled to the gills with future Elks.
When she was in fifth grade, Madi Sue Montgomery came down with Whooping cough and was stuck in bed.
Possibly the best season in the history of Burleson’s boys soccer program resulted in the landing of five superlative honors on the District 5-5A All-District team.
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.
Jacob Meador is very matter of fact about the upcoming 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft.
To the senior right-hander pitcher from Centennial, he’s in what he termed a “win-win situation.”
The Burleson Lady Elks, a team of girls basketball players from Burleson High School, won the 17-and-under division at the Gary Blevins Memorial Weekend Classic in Frisco.
Centennial senior Ne’Khryia Rogers recently signed a letter of intent to play women’s college basketball at Cisco College. BURLESON STAR/COURTESY PHOTO
FORT WORTH — After getting shutout in its playoff opener with Lake Dallas, Centennial’s baseball team came out with a new offensive attitude in Game 2 on Friday.
With Burleson’s baseball team making an extended run in the playoffs, football coach Gary McElroy was without several key cogs during the first three weeks of spring drills.
For the first time since the inception of the football program at Centennial, the Spartans weren’t able to hold a true spring game this season.