High school athletes have experienced about two months of offseason, and Shoemaker head volleyball coach Merdith Shaw-Moore wants to make sure her players are prepared.
Copperas Cove High School has been hosting a strength and conditioning camp for its athletes for the past few weeks to prepare for the upcoming school year.
When he was a kid, Geoff “Handz of Steel” Neal, 28, bought boxing gloves and sparred with his friends on a regular basis. On July 27, he will fight in UFC 240 at Rogers Arena in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Gatesville High School made some coaching changes for boys and girls basketball.
Madalyn Scribner, a rising senior from Copperas Cove, has been selected to play in the Texas Girls Coaches Association 5A-6A All-Star softball game.
LAMPASAS — The expectations changed and so did the mentality.
The Copperas Cove Parks and Recreation 8U Marlins baseball team capped its season with a thrilling championship comeback that was the perfect topper for a perfect season.
That essential summer reading for so many football fans in the Lone Star State is about to get underway in earnest this week.
The Lampasas athletic department took the opportunity to add to an already strong track and field staff by hiring new head coach Tanner McLean.
COPPERAS COVE — The Copperas Cove High School football coaching staff unveiled the team’s new uniforms to the players Thursday, but the event had a twist the players did not see coming.
Summer is usually filled with camps for kids to enjoy, and some of those are sports camps to prepare athletes for the fall.
Gatesville High School head football coach Kyle Cooper has given his verbal intention to school officials to resign from the position and join Art Briles at Mount Vernon High School in East Texas.
The Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes on Monday announced that more than 2,000 fans attended the 11th annual Victory Bowl football game and nearly 500 watched the sixth annual volleyball match held earlier this month.
Copperas Cove’s Elle Fox carded a third consecutive 76 on Sunday and finished tied for 28th place in the Women’s Stroke Play Championship at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio.
Former NFL player and University of Texas star Roy Miller III has been working on the Centex Pro Football and Cheer Camp, an event he helped create, for 10 years, and this work was recognized by Killeen Mayor Jose Segarra on Saturday afternoon.
Copperas Cove’s Elle Fox carded a 76 on Saturday and is tied for 28th place after the second round of the Women’s Stroke Play Championship at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio.
The Accumulative Advantage Foundation’s 10th annual Centex Pro Football & Cheer Camp is set for today from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Copperas Cove’s Elle Fox carded a 76 on Friday and is tied for 25th place after the opening round of the Women’s Stroke Play Championship at Briggs Ranch Golf Club in San Antonio.
A pair of area athletes landed on the recently released Texas Girls Coaches Association’s All-State Team after producing stellar seasons.
LEANDER — Ellison did not lose. Isaiah Grant did not care.
Alina Salazar understands it is an honor. She also knows it is a responsibility.
Preston Mills and Edward Eakin earned awards, but they also built a foundation.
AUSTIN — Micah Cox was not disappointed. He was encouraged.
COPPERAS COVE — Tiffney Barnes wants her players to experience all the success she did, even if it will be difficult to replicate.
COPPERAS COVE — Jack Alvarez knows the decision will pay off.
AUSTIN — Khalen Wilkerson knew the team had to move on.
Forty kids, ranging from first through 12th grade, attended the first day of the new Killeen ISD Track Camp at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Area athletes concluded a week of competition and community service Saturday at the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl.
Killeen Independent School District summer athletic camps continue this week with strength and conditioning, track and basketball.
WACO — Copperas Cove’s Aidan Chace took home the MVP award after leading the Red team to a 25-19, 25-21, 25-20 sweep of the Blue team Saturday in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star volleyball match Saturday at University High School.
WACO — Every fall Shoemaker and Belton are rivals on the football field, but players from the two teams united Saturday in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl.
Round Rock Stony Point won the Lone Star Shootout 7-on-7 championship, hosted by Belton, with a 45-38 win over Cedar Park Vista Ridge on Saturday.
BELTON — The game ended in a tie, but it felt like a victory.
Cedar Park Vista Ridge, Cedar Park and Round Rock Stony Point were the pool-play winners after the opening day of the Lone Star Shootout 7-on-7 tournament Friday hosted by Belton.
BELTON — Blue beat Red 9-4 in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star baseball game Friday.
Copperas Cove teammates Michael Goudeau and Colby Jost will play together for the last time tonight.
BELTON — Mixing service and sport with friendship and competition, some of the area’s top high school softball and baseball players are getting one last crack of the bat under the stadium lights.
Ellison is set to make it first attempt at earning a berth in the 7-on-7 state tournament today.
With multiple basketball skills camps being held in the area throughout the summer, Killeen High hosted a two-day camp focused on aspects of the game beyond dribbling and shooting.