Mansfield Lake Ridge 35, Burleson Centennial 27 Mansfield Lake Ridge’s defense broke up a pass at the goal line, helping the Eagles defeat Burleson Centennial 35-27 in a Class 5A Division II bi-district playoff game at Mansfield’s R.L. Anderson Stadium. Key players: Lake Ridge quarterback Jason Bean ran for two touchdowns and threw for two scores. The senior finished with 124 yards rushing on a 12 carries and completed eight of 15 passes for 77 yards.
Burleson Centennial 34, Joshua 14 Burleson Centennial slot back Chris Mosely ran for two scores and caught a touchdown pass to help the Spartans wrap up a playoff berth with a 34-14 District 9-5A victory Friday night at Joshua. The Spartans will be making their fourth consecutive playoff appearance. Key players: Leading 7-0 after one quarter, Mosely took a pair of pitches and scored on run of 33 and 27 yards. In the fourth quarter, Kyle Burns hit Mosley for a 13-yard score.
Burleson Centennial 51, Granbury 20 Burleson Centennial’s running game helped the Spartans register a crucial District 9-5A victory over Granbury, 51-20 Friday night at Burleson ISD Stadium. All seven of the Spartans’ touchdowns came on runs. Key players: Centennial quarterback Kyle Burns scored on a pair of five-yard runs while six other Spartans found the end zone. Darrell Williams and Chris Mosely scored on runs of 10 yards each for Centennial.
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Selecting a term
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