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.

CORSICANA — Harker Heights took on Allen in the area round of the Class 6A baseball playoffs last week and, to no surprise, the series went all three games.

It was a blast to watch Harker Heights play baseball.

The Harker Heights football team held its annual spring game Wednesday at Leo Buckley Stadium, and the defense shined, racking up 37 points to 27 by the offense to emerge victorious.

For the eighth consecutive year, Harker Heights qualified a male for the state track and field meet.

I’m very lucky.

Harker Heights needed just about every player on its roster to make contributions last Friday.

For the ninth straight year, the Harker Heights boys are sending a track and field athlete — four, in fact — to the state meet.

Tonight at Waco ISD Veterans Field in Waco, Harker Heights will square off with Cedar Hill in the bi-district round of the Class 6A playoffs at 7:30 p.m.

It hasn’t been a good start to the season for the Texas Rangers, and it just keeps getting worse.

After the Harker Heights baseball team put itself in position last Friday to clinch a playoff berth, the Knights cashed in on that opportunity Tuesday.

The Region I-6A track and field meet commenced today at Maverick Stadium in Arlington, and 10 Harker Heights athletes are competing.

The Texas Rangers released Josh Hamilton from his minor-league contract last Friday after the 35-year-old injured his right knee while rehabbing from left-knee surgery.

Cameron Flores reached base four times and scored three runs, Ja’Lynn Swiney collected three singles and the Harker Heights softball team won 14-4 at Shoemaker on Tuesday via the 10-run rule in six innings.

The Harker Heights baseball team had an opportunity to make a dent at the top of the District 8-6A standings Tuesday at San Angelo.

The ending to the softball season has been a tough pill for Harker Heights to swallow.

Everyone knew Daniel Cole was going to be the ace of the Harker Heights pitching staff entering the season.

Once again, Harker Heights found itself in a tight District 8-6A contest at home Wednesday, and once again the Knights prevailed.

The Lady Knights collected eight hits Wednesday in a big District 8-6A tilt at Ellison, and Jessica Reyes held the Lady Eagles at bay in the circle as Harker Heights earned a much-needed 2-1 victory.

A trio of seniors stepped up big for Harker Heights on Tuesday at Ellison.

The Harker Heights softball team went nip and tuck with Midway in Waco on Tuesday, but the fifth inning was the Lady Knights’ undoing.

Baseball season is back, and it’s beautiful.

Jacob Mitchell has settled into his role as a starting pitcher for Harker Heights.

Call me a traditionalist, but a team as historic as the Oakland Raiders should not be moving again.

The Harker Heights baseball team had tough sledding in the first of its two-game set against Midway on Tuesday, falling 12-2 to the Panthers in five innings via the 10-run rule in Waco.

In a District 8-6A game the Lady Knights needed to win Tuesday night at home against Shoemaker, a pair of seniors came to the rescue for the Harker Heights softball team.

If you’ve been paying attention to the Harker Heights boys soccer team this season, you’ve noticed they don’t light up the scoreboard.

In a pitching duel at home Tuesday night in its District 8-6A opener, the Harker Heights baseball team was locked in a tight battle with Belton that would be decided by just the slightest mistake.

March Madness is so fun.

The Harker Heights softball team won one of three District 8-6A games played in the last seven days to fall to 1-4 in league play.

After going 1-4 in the KISD Tournament last weekend as it gears up for District 8-6A competition, the Harker Heights baseball team fell to 1-8-1 on the young season.

The Harker Heights softball team has had tough sledding to start its District 8-6A slate.

Fans of professional sports teams in the Dallas-Fort Worth area were taken for a ride this week.

Most of the time, great pitching will overcome great hitting.

The Harker Heights softball team has gotten off to a nice start to its season, and it has head coach Sarah Cruddas feeling excited.

Coming fresh off a season in 2015-16 that saw the Harker Heights baseball team enjoy a 21-6-1 overall campaign and an 11-1 league tally to earn a district championship, the Knights will have a bit of a different look this season.

The UIL playoff qualification process is often maligned this time of year, and often it is because of teams like Salado.

Belton will make its second straight playoff appearance tonight while Salado will play in the postseason for the first time since 2008 as both hit the road for bi-district games.

Harker Heights senior swimmer Doug Sauer knows how to focus.

Harker Heights has proven it can play with any team in the district to this point in the season.

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