I had serious doubts.
The Lady Knights are not done running yet.
The Lady Knights have momentum, and they cannot afford to lose it.
Harker Heights is at a crossroads.
I’m not a fan of soccer.
Jasmine Early stood alone at the finish line.
Jerry Edwards knows Harker Heights was not perfect, but the Knights were productive.
I don’t know how it doesn’t happen more often.
Harker Heights suffered its first loss of the season last week, falling at home to Waco 42-35.
It was a heartbreaking loss and a valuable experience.
It was a first.
After a full week off, Harker Heights returned to the court Tuesday for its District 8-6A opener.
It’s finally back, and it’s better than I imagined.
It was easy to miss.
Now, everything changes.
There was no other option.
After taking a week off from competition, Harker Heights returned to action Tuesday evening, and the Lady Knights immediately found themselves in a high-intensity affair.
Jerry Edwards is a grown man, but he feels like a kid again.
The timing couldn’t be any better.
It’s finally here.
The Lady Knights are about to take on new roles.
After two weeks of practicing against itself, Harker Heights’ football team finally gets to face a true opponent.
While we should all strive in life to be the best at what we do professionally, every year around this time I am reminded how coaches take this dedication to an entirely different level.
The Knights are on the verge of open two-a-days in preparation for the upcoming football season.
Stephanie Dillard feels the hardest part is over.
After just one practice, Stephanie Dillard knew she had made the correct choice.
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.
The slowest point of the sports year is finally over.
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.
It’s hard to rebuild your defense when players aren’t available.
Kye Robertson wants to thank everyone, but he cannot. There are simply too many.
Harker Heights fans will like what they read.
It was thought that point guard Chris Paul was going to opt out of his contract, hit the free-agent market and sign a deal with San Antonio.
Travis Simpson considered not going.
It was still lingering for Daniel Cole.
As I prepare to go on vacation for a couple of weeks, all I’ve been able to think about is the state of the NBA.
The Centex All-Star baseball game scheduled to be held this past Monday in West was postponed due to inclement weather.
The area round of the Class 6A postseason was bittersweet for Randy Culp.
Madu Eneli had it figured out.
Ryan Flanigan spent the past four years coaching a successful Harker Heights boys soccer program, but his tenure has come to a close.
The school year is over, and while it might be summertime, there is still plenty of work to do for the Harker Heights football team.
Sports are fantastic, and they have the ability to conjure up special moments.
On May 17, more than a dozen Harker Heights student-athletes signed letters of intent to compete at the collegiate level.
Two Harker Heights baseball players, Daniel Cole and Jacob Mitchell, will each be playing in all-star games this summer.
I still can’t believe they did it.