A new Killeen Independent School District policy mandates that coaches obtain a commercial driver’s license, or CDL, in order to drive school buses.
It is Kaleb Luna’s turn.
The competition was heated Thursday night as the Kangaroos battled to the last play of the annual Maroon and White game.
After guiding their programs to the playoffs, a trio of standouts from Lampasas and Salado landed on the 27-4A All-District Softball Team.
GEORGETOWN — Belton sophomore Dallas Hankamer always will be able to reminisce and think about when he earned a bronze medal as a sophomore in the UIL Boys Golf State Championships.
KYLE — It was not easy, but it was not a surprise either.
GEORGETOWN — Dallas Hankamer is no average sophomore.
The Gatesville and Salado boys golf teams are both vying for the same title this week — state champion.
Even by lofty Belton standards, the Lady Tigers’ 2019 softball season was remarkable. Numerous school records for the perennial power were smashed and the team won a program-record 33 games.
COPPERAS COVE — Physical, explosive football is what coach Jack Alvarez envisions the Bulldawgs running in the fall.
Shoemaker athletic coordinator Toby Foreman saw 15 athletes sign to compete at the collegiate level this year, including eight Wednesday.
COLLEGE STATION — If there actually is a hurdle separating the fourth and fifth rounds of the playoffs, it stands frustrating, perhaps antagonistically, tall in front of Belton.
Ellison’s baseball team returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2010 this season, and for District 12-6A coaches, the reason why is clear.
HARKER HEIGHTS — It was quite the celebration as 13 Harker Heights athletes signed letters of intent to compete across five various sports during a ceremony inside the school’s gymnasium Wednesday.
Just as General Robert M. Shoemaker left a legacy, the Grey Wolves and Lady Grey Wolves aim to add their mark at the high school named in his honor.
KYLE — It was not time.
The Harker Heights Knights head into the summer break with their eyes set on getting back to their winning ways.
KYLE — At state, every shot is magnified.
Lampasas was running for more than a medal.
Rain, thunder and lightning couldn’t keep the Kangaroos off the greens Saturday morning.
AUSTIN — Stacy Brown wanted more.
AUSTIN — Lampasas junior Cameron Everts improved on his sophomore season in the 300-meter hurdles.
AUSTIN — Jaci McGregor knew what to expect.
CAMERON — Blood. Sweat. Tears.
AUSTIN — Colin Price literally saw a bronze medal escape his grasp.
Union Grove’s Landon Stringham won the Killeen ISD boys middle school golf championship Thursday in a tight battle with Patterson’s Tola Gormley at Stonetree Golf Club.
HUTTO — There was only one option.
Killeen High’s Colin Price and Vodrick Carter are determined to represent the city of Killeen all the way to the winner’s podium today at the state track meet in Austin.
The Eagles look to bring home another gold medal this year.
You’re always getting better or getting worse, but you’re never staying the same.
Kyle Stifflemire does not view the state meet as a destination. Instead, it is a culmination.
COPPERAS COVE — With a new season comes a clean slate and the Bulldawgs are taking advantage of spring practice in order to continue to redefine Copperas Cove football.
It is time for Keith Stifflemire to share his knowledge.
The Killeen Independent School District recently released its list of summer camps and will introduce the first KISD High School Summer Track Camp in June.
Temple’s Hankamer finishes third in Bluebonnet Championship
Salado capped off another strong season with 10 All-District 27-4A boys soccer team selections.
WAXAHACHIE — After dropping the first game of the series Thursday to Rockwall 8-7, Copperas Cove needed to win Game 2 to keep its season alive.
DRIPPING SPRINGS — It was worth every minute of the wait.
The Eagles will always wonder what could have been.
CORSICANA — On paper, Belton seemed to have the advantage over Tyler Lee entering Saturday afternoon’s Class 6A bi-district playoff baseball game at sunny James G. Price Field.
Tola Gormley and Guillermo Avalos each scored twice to help the Patterson eighth-grade Cavaliers soccer team earn its second straight win, 8-1 on Wednesday against Live Oak Ridge.
The Ellison Eagles were ready to play Game 2 of their best-of-three baseball playoff series Friday night against Rockwall-Heath.