Copperas Cove senior D.J. Dewald made the most of his final home game in a Bulldawg uniform.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Lampasas made it all the way to the championship game Saturday in the KISD Invitational before falling to Rogers 2-0 at Harker Heights Community Park.
Belton senior Denver Holman was voted first-team kick returner on the Texas Sports Writers Association’s Class 6A All-State football team released Saturday.
Ne’Vaeh Barnes had 10 points, 12 rebounds, three steals and two assists and the Patterson Lady Cavaliers beat Liberty Hill 44-7 for the Killeen ISD eighth-grade championship.
CEDAR CREEK — Outside of the outcome, Mark Myers could not ask for anything more.
HARKER HEIGHTS — For 80 minutes of regulation and four turns each in the shootout, nothing was decided between the Harker Heights Knights and the Temple Wildcats on Friday night.
TEMPLE — Temple and Kaitlynn Goode needed less than 10 minutes to ensure that Friday night’s score at the end of regulation included at least one goal, as opposed to the last time the Lady Wildcats took on Harker Heights.
Area schools had mixed results on the second day of the annual KISD Invitational softball tournament.
Sarina Gray went 3 for 4 with an inside-the-park home run and three RBIs in a 13-3 win over Tyler Chapel Hill on Friday at the Whitney softball tournament.
Ellison wresting swept the Region II District 7-6A meet Saturday with 11 athletes qualifying to compete in the finals.
The Ellison Eagles defeated the Killeen Kangaroos 12-5 on Monday at Hallmark Lanes and assured themselves of a second-place finish in the district standings at 6-3.
It was a valuable lesson.
CORSICANA — Do more, say less.
BELTON — Seven games into District 12-6A competition, the Belton Lady Tigers and Waco Midway Pantherettes had each allowed a single goal during league play. On Tuesday night’s clash at Wilson-Kerzee Field, both sides gave up an opposing score in the opening 15 minutes.
CORSICANA — After closing the gap to one point, Harker Heights was looking for a timeout as the final seconds were ticking away.
TEMPLE — Temple produced timely hitting and pitching as well as solid defense Tuesday night, yet pins and needles still managed to wedge themselves into the season opener.
BELTON — With the addition of a pair of district teams, the oddity of playing a season, home and district opener at the same time was a reality for the Belton Lady Tigers.
Gerardo Ramirez scored the lone goal and the Harker Heights boys soccer team blanked Shoemaker 1-0 on Tuesday in Harker Heights to finish the first half of district play unbeaten.
JOHNSON CITY — Diane Hurst had no other choice.
WACO — Madison Griffon left it all on the court Tuesday night for the Lady Bulldawgs.
Shoemaker junior Nasir Kirk is just glad to be able to contribute to No. 16-ranked Shoemaker’s success on the court.
With just over five minutes to play left in the fourth quarter, Killeen junior Michael House was determined to help rally his team against one of District 12-6A’s toughest opponents.
Iyanna Billups had 25 points, six assists, four rebounds and six steals to lead the Patterson seventh-grade A-team Lady Cavaliers to a 64-37 first-round victory Thursday at home over Smith in the Killeen ISD postseason championship tournament.
COPPERAS COVE — D.J. Dewald knew instantly.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Harker Heights Knights just couldn’t keep up with the Wildcats.
Salado's Zack Shaver scored 18 points and the Eagles defeated Lampasas 49-31 on Friday to remain in the hunt for a piece of the District 27-4A championship.
Some rivalries are formed. Others simply exist.
The Killeen Independent School District Education Foundation posted its 2019 scholarship application Thursday morning.
The Grey Wolves senior football class is ready to pass the torch.
HARKER HEIGHTS — As student-athletes around the country made their collegiate commitments official on National Signing Day, Harker Heights had four athletes across four different sports sign their name on the dotted line.
It was a bittersweet moment for Sarah Stolley.
During a National Signing Day ceremony Wednesday, five Gatesville athletes made their college commitments official.
COPPERAS COVE — Jack Alvarez knows they will become better players, but he hopes they also become better men.
Neil Searcy witnessed 10 seniors from his very first class as head coach of the Kangaroos sign their national letters of intent Wednesday afternoon in the Killeen auditorium.
“You can’t win a basketball game with your head down.”
BELTON — Nia Williams’ potential game-tying, mid-range jumper smacked off the front of the rim — just short, and an unfortunately apt conclusion to Belton’s season.
COPPERAS COVE — Temple’s comeback attempt fell short, and Copperas Cove’s playoff hopes remain alive.
COPPERAS COVE — Madison Griffon put a punctuation mark on her career at Copperas Cove.
For the second time this season, Killeen lost on a buzzer-beating shot.
Sammy Brown led three Eagles in double figures with 17 points and Salado beat Burnet 68-61 on Tuesday in Salado.
Lampasas’ roller coaster ride to end the regular season will conclude with a descent.
The Eagles may have clinched a playoff spot Tuesday, but they have no intention of slowing down anytime soon.