On Saturday at Crusader Stadium, Ohio Wesleyan was trailing Mary Hardin-Baylor 7-0 with 12:10 left in the first quarter.
TEMPLE — Juliana Torres has spent the past four years working on her jump-serve.
ARLINGTON — Not known for a wide array of trickery in its schemes, Temple opened up the playbook and fired everything it had at Aledo to fuel a second-half rally Saturday afternoon that gave the Wildcats a fourth-quarter lead.Aledo provided the final salvo in the form of a last-minute touchdown for a 49-45 victory in the Class 5A Division I state championship game, but at least Temple left AT&T Stadium without the burden of any unused ammunition in its barrel.
ARLINGTON — The football was in midair, the back-and-forth game was in the balance and the hearts of both teams’ fans were in their throats.Senior tight end Chris Minter was in the end zone for Temple; senior quarterback-turned-emergency safety Luke Bishop was there for Aledo.With a leaping interception of Chad President’s deep pass as time expired, Bishop brought jubilation and the Class 5A Division I state championship to the Bearcats and heartbreak to the Wildcats.
Lampasas 24, Lago Vista 17 (final, OT)
Ellison’s volleyball team upped its overall record to 16-6 with wins over Lampasas and Temple in a home dual-match event.
The starting temperature for Friday’s 7 p.m. scrimmage between Temple and Killeen was an even 100 degrees.
Though the high school regular season is still a few weeks away, the Texas Associated Press gave teams in the area a target with the release of the 2014 preseason poll on Wednesday.
Even though it was in Temple’s house, the Belton Lady Tigers came in and set up their own block party.
In the recently released All-District 8-5A softball team, Temple senior pitcher Lexi Smith was named MVP for the second consecutive year.
TEMPLE—Salado senior Britton Hawes hurled six near-flawless innings and the Eagles defeated Crawford 6-3 on Thursday in Game 1 of a best-of-three bi-district playoff series.
Adam Valenta was faced with a daunting task on Friday night.
With the District 8-5A leaders having separated themselves at the top of the league standings, Temple and Harker Heights are staging their own competition to determine who’s the best of everybody else.
Saturday; At Panther Stadium; Hewitt
TEMPLE — Temple was faced with the challenge of keeping its composure after falling behind early Friday night.