Jenna Calder was 4 for 4 with three triples and six RBIs and the Class 4A-No. 1 Salado softball team routed Ellison 19-0 in three innings Friday at the Academy tournament in Little River-Academy.
The Ellison boys bowling team fell behind Copperas Cove 7-2 after match play and the first team game Tuesday at Hallmark Lanes. But behind a great team effort, the Eagles rallied to win the final three games and total pins for a thrilling 10-7 victory.
When a three-way tie atop a district occurs, the postseason accolades are likely to spread among the trio of schools.
The Harker Heights girls track team continued its success at the Bulldawg Relays, winning five individual events and two relays for a 17-point victory over runner-up Belton on Saturday at Copperas Cove's Bulldawg Stadium.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Ryan Flanigan didn’t have to say much at halftime.
The Harker Heights girls bowling team captured its fourth consecutive district title with a 17-0 shutout win over Copperas Cove on Tuesday at Hallmark Lanes.
The Copperas Cove boys basketball team got some good news Tuesday night despite losing its regular-season finale at home against Waco Midway 63-49.
The Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes announced the rosters for its summer Victory Bowl high school all-star games on Monday.
The Shoemaker girls and boys wrestling teams enjoyed a successful trip to Cedar Park for the District 13-6A meet held at Vista Ridge High School on Friday and Saturday.
Harker Heights has had problems holding onto fourth-quarter leads this season, and they almost saw another one get away Friday at Killeen.
The Harker Heights boys soccer team received five goals from five different scorers in a 5-0 home rout of Copperas Cove on Friday.
The Ellison boys bowling team raised its district record to 7-1 with a hard-fought 13-4 victory over the Shoemaker Grey Wolves on Monday at Hallmark Lanes.
Killeen saved its season Tuesday night.
During his time playing for Harker Heights, Davon Clare was one of the quieter kids on the court, but his production was extraordinary.
At the end of Shoemaker’s 55-36 win over Harker Heights at home Tuesday night in its season finale, Lady Grey Wolves head coach Michelle O’Neal made sure each senior had a chance to exit the floor to a standing ovation during the fourth quarter.