Makayla Gatewood scored 20 points and the Shoemaker girls basketball team capped off a perfect run through the Hays CISD Classic by beating host school Hays 44-35 in the championship game Saturday in Buda.
Fourth-ranked Trinity Valley Community College has enjoyed a 10-1 record thus far and accepted an invitation to compete in today’s CHAMPS Heart of Texas Bowl at Copperas Cove.
The Florence boys basketball team went 2-0 Friday to improve its tally at the Holland Classic to 3-0.
The Ellison boys eked out a 9-8 victory over the Harker Heights Knights on Tuesday at Hallmark Lanes to open the 16th season of high school bowling.
The Shoemaker boys enjoyed a successful first day at the Mansfield ISD Tournament on Thursday, as they went 2-0 with victories over Summit and Bryan Rudder.
The 2016 season was an emotional rollercoaster for Killeen.
Shianne Johnson scored 23 points, Alexis Scharkley made several huge defensive plays and the Killeen High girls basketball team downed Class 5A-No. 14 Dripping Springs 58-54 on the road Tuesday night.
Peyton Mansell had an illustrious career at Belton, and his play during the 2016 football season – especially in District 8-6A play – was indicative of such.
Shianne Johnson could not be stopped.
After losing a big first-half lead, the Killeen Kangaroos held on to defeat visiting Round Rock Stony Point 64-62 on Monday afternoon.
La’Praisjah Johnson racked up 26 points, Madison Hattix-Covington added 11 and Ellison beat Class 5A No. 11-ranked Georgetown 55-49 in Georgetown in a game that saw 67 fouls between the two teams.
Killeen has undertaken and accepted the moniker of the hunter this basketball season.
After not receiving a superlative last season, Shoemaker’s Charlene Shepherd put it at the top of her list of goals for the 2016 season.
T.J. Robinson hit back-to-back 3-pointers late and added the game-winning free throws at the end to send the Killeen High boys basketball team to a 47-46 season-opening win at Waco on Tuesday.
Last season, Willie McGee picked off eight passes for the Killeen freshman team, and the coaching staff knew they had a young player who could have a big influence on the field defensively at the varsity level as a sophomore.