The team tennis playoffs begin today for most area squads, even if the weather indicates otherwise.
The Copperas Cove boys swim team won the Monster Mash Splash on Saturday at the Clements Boys & Girls Club natatorium.
Many high school athletes in Texas say they love the game of football, but Grey Wolves senior Mike Santos-Adames’ passion for the sport is on a whole other level.
Breezion Spiller ran out onto the field at Leo Buckley Stadium on Friday night with every intention of proving the doubters wrong.
Kyana Rogers served 13 points, including seven aces, to help the Smith seventh-grade A-team Lady Leopards take a 25-8, 25-18 victory over Palo Alto on Wednesday in Killeen ISD middle school volleyball action.
WACO — Harker Heights spoiled Waco High’s homecoming and came away with the Knights' first victory of the season, 36-17, Friday at Waco ISD Stadium.
Jump-started by two early touchdown passes from junior Breezion Spiller, the Ellison Eagles soared to a 24-13 victory over Shoemaker on Friday at Leo Buckley Stadium.
WACO — Copperas Cove turned the ball over seven times and had no answer for Waco Midway running back James Fullbright, and the combination was costly Friday.
GATESVILLE — Brownwood beat Gatesville 34-14 on Friday at McKamie Stadium for the Lions’ fourth straight victory.
Lampasas' Ace Whitehead threw for 347 yards and four touchdowns, and ran for another score as the Badgers opened District 14-4A, Div. I play with a 56-7 road rout of Burnet.
For the second time this season, the 11th-ranked Copperas Cove volleyball dropped a five-set thriller to Waco Midway.
The Philadelphia 76ers announced on Friday announced that they have signed Cory Jefferson, a former Killeen High standout.
Florence started the 2018 season with one goal: Win a playoff game.
An old rivalry was reignited Thursday night, and another chapter was added to the story as Temple defeated Killeen 35-13 in the teams’ first encounter since 2013.
Shoemaker senior Jeremias Serrano Velez took the first step toward state Thursday morning by winning the District 12-6A championship at Waco’s Heart of Texas Soccer Complex.
LAMPASAS — Jaci McGregor left no doubt.
An old rivalry returns to Leo Buckley Stadium tonight as Killeen plays Temple for the first time since 2013.
BELTON — After winning five straight matches, including an impressive win over District 12-6A leader Waco Midway, the Belton Lady Tigers finally met their match against the Ellison Lady Eagles.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Harker Heights had itself a block party Tuesday night.
LAMPASAS — Throughout the season, Salado showed other teams it can win. Now, the Lady Eagles are proving it to themselves.
Waco Midway swept Shoemaker 25-14, 25-22, 25-15 on Tuesday at Shoemaker.
Killeen got off to a running start Friday night as Kadarius Marshall ran 69 yards down the left sideline for a touchdown in the first minute of the game, but it was a battle to the very end in the Roos’ come-from-behind 25-21 win over Shoemaker.
Gatesville moved one step closer to state Monday, producing a pair of second-place finishes at the District 18-4A cross country meet.
The Memphis Grizzlies announced Monday the signing of 27-year-old guard/forward D.J. Stephens to a two-way contract.
After Ellison’s 37-13 win over the Harker Heights Knights on Thursday night, Eagles head coach Todd Wright decided he was going to try to keep an old resolution.
The first time Copperas Cove’s Shontez Simmons picked up a football, he was in the seventh grade.
After back-to-back district games filled with injuries, the odds were stacked against the Harker Heights Knights going into their Thursday night matchup against Ellison.
Preston Searcy had three touchdown runs, a touchdown pass and recovered a fumble and the Manor seventh-grade A-team Rams scored the final 42 points of the game en route to a 42-6 victory Tuesday at Rancier in Killeen ISD middle school football action.
Friday night was a close call for the Kangaroos. And for the Grey Wolves, too.
COPPERAS COVE — Micah Cox crossed the goal line on Copperas Cove’s first three possessions, and it propelled the Bulldawgs to a 68-14 victory against Waco.
TEMPLE — A great rivalry deserves a great game with a great finish, and Temple and Belton certainly did not disappoint anyone in Friday night’s showdown at Wildcat Stadium.
ROBINSON — It’s hard to win when you’re playing from behind. The Salado Eagles found themselves playing from behind in multiple aspects of the game on Friday.
GATESVILLE — The Glen Rose Tigers beat the Gatesville Hornets 59-23 at McKamie Stadium.
Hunter Haas and Jaci McGregor emerged from the Lampasas Battlin’ Badger Invitational with matching gold medals Friday.
Copperas Cove junior Madisen Honea capped off the regular season schedule by placing sixth in the 5A-6A division at the Lampasas Battlin’ Badger Invitational on Friday.
Needing a victory or Temple loss Friday, the 13th-ranked Copperas Cove volleyball team got both and clinched a playoff spot with a 25-7, 25-2, 25-7 sweep of Waco.
Ellison got back into the win column Thursday, but it was not easy initially.
Ellison and Harker Heights each enter tonight’s District 12-6A contest looking to halt a pair of losing streaks.
COPPERAS COVE — Everything changed.
SALADO — The Salado Eagles defeated the Taylor Lady Ducks 25-22, 25-20, 22-25, 15-25, 15-13 in front of a raucous crowd at the Salado High School gym. The match proved critical as the Eagles improved to 3-1 in District 27-4A play.
The Ellison Lady Eagles stepped up the tempo on the court en route to sweeping the Killeen Lady Roos 25-11, 25-12, 25-14 on Tuesday night.
Kelsey Surovik had 12 kills and two aces and the Belton volleyball team won its sixth straight match, sweeping Waco 25-9, 25-9, 25-12 on Tuesday in Waco.