Anthony Aquinningoc broke a 1-1 tie with about 10 minutes remaining and the Palo Alto Patriots won the school’s second Killeen ISD seventh-grade championship, beating Audie Murphy 2-1 on May 19 at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Wednesday was a perfect day for the members of the Union Grove boys golf team to post their best-ever scores. The Grizzlies were playing for the Killeen ISD middle school championship that day and, led by Tanner Wells’ nine-hole round of 54, walked away with a seven-shot victory.
Edwin Vega scored four times and the Patterson eighth-grade Cavaliers clinched a spot in the postseason championship tournament with an 8-1 win over Live Oak Ridge on Wednesday.
Michael Kelly scored twice and the Patterson eighth-grade Cavaliers won a rematch of last year’s seventh-grade championship game, beating Union Grove 4-2 on Monday.
Michael Kelly tapped in the go-ahead goal just before intermission and the Patterson eighth-grade Cavaliers soccer team won its sixth straight dating back to last season, beating Audie Murphy 3-1 on Wednesday at home.
KILLEEN ISD MIDDLE SCHOOL TRACK MEET
Patterson seventh-grader Deyanna Reed played a role in two record-breaking runs for the Lady Cavaliers at the Killeen ISD Conference Track Meet on March 26 and Monday.
The Patterson girls track teams returned from spring break and picked up right where they left off — breaking more school records in Tuesday’s tri-meet against Union Grove and Audie Murphy at Harker Heights High School.
A week after setting the school record in the 2,400 meters, Patterson seventh-grader Kera Harvey smashed it again Monday, winning the race in 9 minutes, 4 seconds — a whopping 37 seconds better than her old mark — during a tri-meet with Eastern Hills and Smith at Buckley Stadium.
The S.C. Lee Junior High eighth-grade girls dominated at the Five HIlls Relays in Copperas, scoring 173 points to win by 90 over runner-up Waco MIdway.
Kira Bass had 14 points, eight rebounds and two steals to lead Patterson to its seventh consecutive Killeen ISD eighth-grade championship, 44-26 on Feb. 10 over the Liberty Hill Lady Lions.
Jamyron Keller scored 37 points and the Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team Lions clinched the American Conference championship and the top seed in the postseason championship tournament with a 58-44 win over the Smith Leopards on Wednesday in Killeen ISD middle school basketball action.
Jamyron Keller scored 30 points and the Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team Lions tallied a season-high 28 points in the first quarter en route to a 58-47 victory over Manor on Thursday in Killeen ISD middle school basketball action.
Evan Chatman tossed in 23 points and the Union Grove seventh-grade A-team Grizzlies rolled to a 62-36 victory Thursday over Live Oak Ridge in Killeen ISD Middle School boys basketball action.
Jamyron Keller led a balanced Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team offensive attack with 15 points and the Lions improved to 3-1 with a 50-33 victory over Eastern Hills on Thursday.
Javier Smith scored 20 points, and Tony McIntosh and Tyler Gains added 19 each in the Patterson seventh-grade A-team Cavaliers’ 70-54 victory over Liberty Hill on Thursday.
Jamyron Keller scored 25 points and the Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team Lions won their second straight to start the season, 45-19 over Live Oak Ridge on Thursday.
Amarria Cook and Shayna Cook each scored 19 points in the Manor eighth-grade Lady Rams’ 63-21 second-round victory over Temple Lamar on Thursday in the Killeen ISD Girls Invitational.
Elianah Eady-Smith led three Live Oak Ridge seventh-grade A-team Lady Lobos in double figures with 16 points Wednesday in a season-opening 48-4 win at Smith.
Patterson Middle School seventh-graders and Liberty Hill Middle School eighth-graders hoisted district championship plaques following their respective culminating games Tuesday at Buckley Stadium.
Union Grove Middle School seventh-graders and Eastern Hills Middle School eighth-graders celebrated volleyball championship victories in district match finals Monday.
Terrance Carter ran for two touchdowns and the undefeated Liberty Hill Lions handed Smith its first loss, 14-6 on Tuesday, and earned a spot in next Tuesday’s eighth-grade Killeen ISD championship game against Audie Murphy at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Marcus Maple scored three touchdowns, and the Liberty Hill eighth-grade A-team Lions forced six turnovers — scoring directly on three of them — to remain unbeaten with a 39-7 win over Manor on a cold, wet Halloween night.
Liberty Hill’s Malyke Whitted caught two touchdown passes and returned a fumble for another score to lead the undefeated eighth-grade A-team Lions to a 32-6 win over Nolan on Tuesday in Killeen ISD middle school football action.
Eric Moore accounted for four touchdowns and the Liberty Hill eighth-grade A-team Lions defense posted its fourth shutout in a row in a 38-0 win over Palo Alto on Tuesday.
Jacobia Thomas returned two of the unbeaten Leopards’ seven interceptions for touchdowns in the Smith eighth-grade A-team’s victory over Palo Alto on Tuesday in Killeen ISD middle school football action.
Kaley Lelauti served 20 points —16 in a row in the opening set — to send the Union Grove seventh-grade A-team Grizzlies to their eighth consecutive win to start the season, 25-4, 25-12 over Eastern Hills on Monday.
Patterson’s Zavion Tibbs ran for four touchdowns and the Cavalier defense recorded its third straight shutout, 34-0, against Nolan in a seventh-grade A-team game Tuesday.
Four different Grizzlies scored touchdowns and kicker Isaac Hernandez also scored six points with three PAT kicks in Union Grove’s 30-0 win over Palo Alto on Tuesday in Killeen ISD seventh-grade A-team football action.
Marquise Collins scored three touchdowns, and Jacob Castro caught a 45-yard TD pass as the Nolan seventh-grade A-team Mustangs opened the season with a 27-0 victory at Audie Murphy on Wednesday in Killeen ISD middle school football action.
Dozens of athletes from the Killeen area have qualified for the AAU Junior Olympic Games track and field meet beginning July 31 at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich.
Hundreds of young athletes descended on Leo Buckley Stadium last weekend for the South Texas AAU (Northern Region) district track and field qualifier.
Michael Kelly scored twice and the Patterson Middle School Cavaliers won the program’s first seventh-grade boys soccer championship with a 2-0 victory over the Union Grove Grizzlies on Saturday at Killeen High School.
Michael Kelly shot a nine-hole 53 to lead the Patterson boys golf team to the Killeen ISD middle school championship Tuesday at Stonetree Golf Club.
Sarah Moffitt scored four times, Olivia Sullens posted her fourth hat trick in four games and the Union Grove Grizzlies seventh-grade soccer team improved to 4-0 with a 9-0 win over Palo Alto’s Lady Patriots on Thursday.
Luca Lokker recorded a hat trick Thursday, helping the Union Grove Grizzlies seventh-grade soccer team to a 4-1 win over Salado.
Olivia Sullens recorded her second hat trick to lead the Union Grove Grizzlies seventh-grade soccer team to its second straight win to start the season, 6-0 Thursday against Live Oak Ridge.
Nolan Middle School’s track teams competed Thursday at the Travis Science Academy Invitational in Temple. The top three finishers in each event earned medals and the top six earned points for their respective schools.
Reid Pulliam had a double-double, with 14 points, 10 rebounds and three assists, to lead the Patterson eighth-grade boys basketball team to a 60-50 win over Liberty Hill in the Killeen ISD AA championship game Monday at Harker Heights High School.
Howard Johnson scored 22 points and the Patterson seventh-grade A-team Cavaliers went on to beat Union Grove 57-38 on Thursday after a blistering start.
Ke’myha Satchel had 10 points, seven rebounds and six steals as the Patterson eighth-grade A-team Lady Cavaliers opened the Killeen ISD postseason tournament with a 38-20 victory over Union Grove on Thursday.
Jayce Wright hit the game-winning jumper at the buzzer and the Liberty Hill eighth-grade A-team Lions overcame poor free-throw shooting to beat the Palo Alto Patriots 42-40 in Killeen ISD middle school boys basketball action Thursday at Liberty Hill.
Jacobia Thomas had 18 points and eight rebounds Wednesday and the Rancier seventh-grade A-team Ka-Roos won a thriller, 38-32 in overtime against Live Oak Ridge, to improve to 2-0 in conference play in Killeen ISD middle school boys basketball action.
Tahji Hooper scored 13 points and the Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team Lions improved to 9-0 on the season with a 50-20 win over Audie Murphy in Killeen ISD middle school boys basketball action Thursday.