Samiyah Walker scored 23 points and the Union Grove Grizzlies seventh-grade girls ‘A’ team won its first game of the new year despite the absence of two players Monday, beating Rancier 7A.
On a weekend that saw all four seasons of weather — with temperatures as low as 33 degrees and as high as 70 — the first-year organization K-Town Raptors won the Amateur Athletic Union Unrestricted tackle football 10-and-under national championship on Dec. 11 in a 28-6 win over the Waco Southern Panthers at Stony Point High School in Round Rock.
The CenTex Storm 06 Girls Cyclones went 2-1 last weekend at the South Texas Youth Soccer Association Division II state championship tournament in Houston and finished as the runner-up.
Kendall Dow scored 26 points to lead the Union Grove seventh-grade A-team Grizzlies to a 47-16 win over Manor on Thursday in Killeen ISD middle school boys basketball action.
Novotny Smith had 11 points and two rebounds in the Patterson eighth-grade Lady Cavaliers’ 45-9 victory Thursday in the Killeen ISD A-Team Invitational.
Laprinceton Dixon scored 11 points and the Union Grove eighth-grade A-team Grizzlies won their season opener Thursday, 38-34 over Liberty Hill.
Jahymeer Larkins recovered a fumble in the end zone for a defensive touchdown that proved to be the defense for the seventh-grade A-team champion Patterson Cavaliers in a 13-8 win over Liberty Hill on Tuesday.
Traelen Williams scored on a pair of 15-yard runs and the unbeaten Patterson A-team Cavaliers clinched the school’s first eighth-grade football championship with an 18-6 win over Union Grove on Tuesday.
Jacobia Thomas’ ran for 155 yards and three touchdowns, and tossed a 23-yard TD pass to lead the Rancier seventh-grade A-team Karoos to a 31-0 victory over Manor on Tuesday.
Jacobia Thomas scored three times in a back-and-forth game and Patrick Cox made a game-saving tackle in the closing seconds to preserve the Rancier seventh-grade A-team Karoos’ 30-25 victory over Eastern Hills on Tuesday.
Terrance Carter ran for four touchdowns, passed for another, and the Liberty Hill seventh-grade A-team Lions improved to 4-1 on the season with a 37-7 win over Audie Murphy on Tuesday.
De’Andre Exford started the game with a 60-yard touchdown run and added an 80-yard score to lead the undefeated Patterson eighth-grade A-team Cavaliers to a 31-0 victory — their second shutout of the season — over Liberty Hill.
The Nolan seventh-grade A-team Mustangs stopped Live Oak Ridge on fourth-and-inches, then drove 93 yards in the final two minutes for a thrilling 33-27 victory Tuesday at Live Oak Ridge.
Da’Qwon Donaldson scored on runs of 68 and 44 yards, and finished with more than 200 yards rushing as the Palo Alto eighth-grade A-team Patriots defeated Audie Murphy 37-7 on Tuesday at Leo Buckley Stadium.
John Scott did a little bit of everything to lead the Nolan eighth-grade A-team Mustangs to a season-opening 41-6 victory over Manor on Tuesday at Nolan.