To begin the final day of the Harker Heights Knights Winter Showcase on Saturday, Shoemaker unleashed an offensive barrage, taking 21 shots and burying six into the net for an impressive 6-1 victory over Class 5A San Angelo Lake View at Leo Buckley Stadium.
BELTON — Although her Lady Tigers lost to Ellison 52-44 on Friday night in a District 8-6A matchup at Tiger Gym, Belton coach Brenda Gomez was proud of the effort her team put forth in hanging with the seventh-ranked team in the state.
The Harker Heights boys bowling team rolled its best games of the season in a 16-1 thrashing of Copperas Cove on Tuesday at Killeen Bowlerama.
LAMPASAS — The Lampasas boys basketball team survived a scare against longtime nemesis Liberty Hill but held on for a 56-53 victory, improving to 17-2 overall and 4-0 in District 19-4A.
In the last game of the day to open the Harker Heights Knights Winter Showcase at Leo Buckley Stadium on Thursday, Shoemaker defeated China Spring 3-0 thanks to a hat trick by Erick Munoz.
Ellison’s Aujunnae Smith has been waiting for her opportunity to finally beat Killeen.
Both Ellison and Killeen’s head coach admitted that their teams left everything they had on the court Tuesday.
Tonight has the making of a special ballgame.
The Ellison and Class 4A No. 5 Salado girls squared off in their soccer season openers Monday night at Ellison, and Salado got its season off to a nice start with a 3-1 road victory.
Ellison baseball coach Ty Opperman was selected as one of three coaches to lead the Red Team in the annual Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star game.
Dajuan Jones felt it was a must-win game.
COPPERAS COVE — Justus Honea loves the pressure.
Eighth-ranked Ellison got off to a slow start offensively against Copperas Cove at home Tuesday night, but the Lady Eagles defense had no issues.
J'wan Roberts scored 23 points and the Shoemaker boys basketball team pulled away to a 62-45 win over DeSoto in the fifth-place game Friday night at the Whataburger Basketball Tournament in North Richland Hills.
In the consolation championship of the Troy Tournament, Florence held off a fourth-quarter rally by Rogers for a 48-45 victory Wednesday.