GROESBECK — The towel Gatesville coach Chris Carroll carried with him Tuesday night wasn’t white. Even if it was, throwing it in never appeared as an option — even when his team faced a 20-point deficit after an uncharacteristic first half against Madisonville in a Class 4A Region III quarterfinal.
COPPERAS COVE — It was only a one-point lead, but it felt insurmountable.
LORENA — Any coach will tell you that in order to win games, you have to knock down your free throws.
GROESBECK — Rebekah Nolte entered the game apprehensive.
The Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes announced the rosters for its summer Victory Bowl high school all-star games on Monday.
GATESVILLE — It started four years ago with a simple question.
GATESVILLE — It was one thing after another.
GATESVILLE — Win every tournament it participated in. Check. Win every home contest. Check. Win 25 games. Check. Finish with at least an 8-4 record in district play. Check. The 18th-ranked Gatesville girls basketball team left no season goals unfinished this year, and when the dust settled Friday night after its regular-season finale, the Hornets even had some accomplishments that weren’t on their checklist.
GATESVILLE — Sam Jackson and Bailey Adair have been teammates for years.
Shianne Johnson had 22 points, 11 rebounds and five steals to lead the Killeen girls basketball team to a 59-46 win at San Angelo Central on Tuesday.
Aidan Chace dealt with more than most.
Shianne Johnson scored 14 of her 16 points in the fourth quarter and the Killeen High girls basketball team rallied for a 37-33 victory in Belton on Tuesday to clinch a playoff spot.
GATESVILLE — Kaity Eudy always wants to deliver for her team. Friday, she had to.
GATESVILLE — Thomas Winkler cannot point to a particular moment.
The eighth-ranked Gatesville girls basketball team had its 11-game win streak snapped as the China Spring Lady Cougars dominated overtime to produce a 49-39 upset Tuesday in China Spring.