Several recent Harker Heights graduates will cap their high school careers off at the this weekend’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star events.
The Knights’ 1,600-meter relay team capped off its season with a fifth-place showing at the University Interscholastic League Track and Field State Meet.
The Lady Knights softball team rebounded from three consecutive losses to start District 8-6A play by collecting a pair of victories this week.
After losing five of their first six District 8-6A games, the Lady Knights are back in the playoff race.
The Lady Knights lost their final two District 8-6A games before the holiday break.
The Knights open their District 8-6A schedule tonight, hosting Waco Midway at 7 p.m.
The Knights’ losing streak is finally over.
The Lady Knights have momentum, and they cannot afford to lose it.
Jasmine Early stood alone at the finish line.
Harker Heights suffered its first loss of the season last week, falling at home to Waco 42-35.
After a full week off, Harker Heights returned to the court Tuesday for its District 8-6A opener.
After two weeks of practicing against itself, Harker Heights’ football team finally gets to face a true opponent.
Harker Heights football player Jaquan Tillis is entering his third season as a member of the Knights’ varsity team with two-a-days set to begin Aug. 14.
Football players don’t become great based on talent alone.
Harker Heights went 6-5 on the gridiron and reached the bi-district round of the Class 6A postseason last year, and it was no accident.
Harker Heights has found its new head volleyball coach and assistant athletic coordinator.
It was similar, but different at the same time.
Defeat summer — that has been the motto.
Kye Robertson wants to thank everyone, but he cannot. There are simply too many.