No doubt about it: The Harker Heights Knights are for real.
BELTON — Harker Heights’ Madu Eneli said because of some lingering injuries he wasn’t sure how effective he’d be Friday night against Belton, so he wrote “mind” and “matter” on the athletic tape wrapped around each wrist.
Copperas Cove fell to visiting Harker Heights in tennis on Tuesday, 15-4.
Harker Heights was impressive with a 3-1 record in nonleague play.
In Class 1A-4A, it is common for teams to use a player on both the offensive and defensive sides of the football.
In a pulse-pounding, heart-stomping thriller, the Harker Heights Lady Knights defeated host Ellison on Tuesday 3-2 (17-25, 25-23, 25-19, 12-25, 15-11).
Words a football coach does not want to hear in the summer:
KILLEEN — Harker Heights could have folded, but refused.
Harker Heights was dealt its first loss of the season last week, a 28-12 defeat on the road at Class 5A No. 20-ranked Waco High.
HARKER HEIGHTS — If the Shoemaker spikers continue playing solid all-around matches like they did Tuesday night, they will be a force to be reckoned with in District 8-6A.
WACO — A battle of undefeated teams took place Thursday night in Waco and, ultimately, Waco High proved too much for Harker Heights, winning 28-12.
Two undefeated squads will collide in Waco tonight at 7.
GATESVILLE — Rickey Phillips wanted a flawless performance, but he is content with a lesson learned.
AUSTIN — Against a team that allowed just 35 rushing yards a week prior, Harker Heights’ backfield of Jameel Hodges and Madu Eneli were punishing enough to overcome a slow start by the Knights.
After its season-opening victory against Elgin last week, Harker Heights juniors Jameel Hodges and Ja’Quan Tillis weren’t just excited to bring in the season with a win but also for what was yet to come.