Ellison and Harker Heights will be well represented at the Texas High School Bowling Club state tournament March 30-31 in Grand Prairie.
A public funeral service for Johnny “Lam” Jones is scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday at Ebenezer Baptist Church at 1010 E. 10th Street in Austin. Viewing will be Thursday from 3 to 9 p.m. at Mission Funeral Home Serenity Chapel at 6204 S. 1st Street in Austin.
WACO — Kaylee Hausam is content with her career.
COPPERAS COVE — The Bulldawgs opened District 12-6A 3-0 before dropping consecutive games against Temple and Belton on Thursday and Friday, but Bob Macy isn’t worried.
Salado’s Breigh Oliver drove in four runs and the Lady Eagles scored eight runs in the second inning to beat Lampasas 12-6 on Saturday in the teams’ District 27-4A opener in Salado.
Lampasas lost its legend.
The Ellison Eagles trailed Harker Heights throughout most of the game Friday night before taking the lead in the sixth inning of a 7-4 victory.
COPPERAS COVE — The Temple Wildcats had little to no success against Copperas Cove starting pitcher Chris Lingo. Turns out, all they had to do was wait until he exited the game.
Texas Longhorns football and track legend Johnny “Lam” Jones has died after a long fight with cancer, according to reports. He was 60.
Several area schools will be well represented at this weekend’s Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association State Championships.
In the District 12-6A race, Shoemaker leads the Killeen Independent School District teams with a record of 5-2 as they head into the break.
COPPERAS COVE — The Bulldawgs were out for redemption.
Winning is hard work for most teams. Shoemaker, however, is an exception.
BELTON — Facing its most daunting test yet through District 12-6A play, the Belton Tigers relied on one of their senior leaders Tuesday night. Belton rode a strong pitching performance from Dylan Blomquist — who also provided timely hitting — to a 4-2 comeback over Waco Midway to remain perf…
LAMPASAS — It was a disappointing performance.
WACO — Caleigh Robinson approached the plate in the bottom of the fifth inning, knowing she had an opportunity to accomplish a rare feat.
The key to Killeen’s growth this season has been the focus on constantly improving.
Last March, Ellison’s Yakariel Young barely missed qualifying for the state powerlifting meet by just six points.
COPPERAS COVE — Rylie Radigan broke a 6-6 tie with an RBI single in the bottom of the sixth inning and the Copperas Cove Lady Bulldawgs held on for a 7-6 home win over Harker Heights on Monday.
Sam Houston State senior guard Cameron Delaney is the 2019 Southland Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, the league announced Monday along with its all-conference teams.
Salado's Zack Shaver was named MVP on the All-District 27-4A boys basketball team released Sunday.
Lampasas' Preston Fox and Jack Jerome won individual titles, leading the Badgers' boys powerlifting team to its third straight regional championship Saturday in Smithville.
Deborah Hamilton started Shoemaker’s outburst. Then, she punctuated it.
The Patterson Middle School seventh-grade track team swept all three relays on Monday in their tri-meet with Eastern Hills and Smith at Leo Buckley Stadium.
BELTON — Caleigh Robinson had already made quite an impression in the first inning of Belton’s offensive onslaught, but the senior had the opportunity to achieve more.The Lady Tigers had scored 15 runs and were on their third trip through the lineup in the first when Robinson came to bat wit…
Alena Salazar certainly wouldn’t trade the four hits she collected Saturday afternoon. No way. But there is something about selling out for a grounder and recording an out that gives Temple’s freshman second baseman a sense of satisfaction and boosts that facet of the game in front of the of…
HARKER HEIGHTS— The Knights secured the final District 12-6A playoff spot with a 5-3 shootout victory against Copperas Cove after the teams played to a 1-1 draw on Friday night.
GATESVILLE — It was not a victory, but it was a success.
GATESVILLE — China Spring entered the evening as the best team in District 17-4A, and it did not take long to prove why.
Salado keeper Avery Wright's save in a shootout lifted the Lady Eagles to a 3-1 win on penalties against Liberty Hill on Friday night in Salado.
Lampasas fell a run shy of sweeping the first two games of its home tournament Thursday.
FORT HOOD — Loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, integrity and personal courage are each attributes required to be a soldier.
LAMPASAS — Dylan Kannan scored the goal, but he did not change the momentum.
It all came down to the final kick.
LAMPASAS — For 32 minutes, Lampasas worked to build its advantage. Then, in three minutes, it was gone.
TEMPLE — The temperature continued to drop and Belton’s runs piled up. Neither of those elements were all that enjoyable for Temple on Tuesday night.
Belton's Dylan Blomquist tossed a three-hit shutout and went 3 for 5 at the plate to lead the Tigers to a 7-0 win at Killeen on Tuesday.
Lampasas sophomore Alyssa Ayers set three regional records and won the 114-pound division at the Texas High School Women's Powerlifting Association Region 2, Division 2 meet on Saturday in Del Valle.
“Let’s go out and make history.”
Round Rock's boys edged Ellison by a point, 165-164, to win the Round Rock Invitational track meet Saturday.