Copperas Cove senior D.J. Dewald made the most of his final home game in a Bulldawg uniform.
Shoemaker junior Nasir Kirk is just glad to be able to contribute to No. 16-ranked Shoemaker’s success on the court.
The last time Lampasas girls basketball beat Liberty Hill was in 1999.
Every athlete dreams of that game-defining moment where they make the miracle shot that gives their team the victory.
It had been a rough start for Belton as the Tigers entered the second week of the new year with a 1-5 record in District 12-6A.
Intense competition is what has drawn Killeen senior guard Meleanna Williams to love the game of basketball.
For Lady Knights’ guard Destiny Pemberton, basketball has always been the game for her.
Ellison fans know senior guard Chandler Sutton for his impressive command of the game when he hits the basketball court, but at one time, he almost pursued a different sport.
For as long as Copperas Cove junior guard Madisen “MJ” Honea has been walking, she’s pretty much been dribbling a basketball, too.
These days senior guard Presleigh York leads the Belton Lady Tigers on the court thanks to a choice she made two years ago.
“Embrace the grind.”
For Belton senior Denver Holman, football is, and always has been, a family affair.
For Lampasas sophomore Michael Murray Jr., the motivation to play football comes from the desire to make his family proud.
While leading the Grey Wolves to their first win in almost three years is the highlight of Shoemaker senior quarterback Mark Walker’s high school football career, it’s been a long journey to this point.
On Friday nights at Badger Field, you can find Ace Whitehead pause in the middle of warmups and take a look around the stadium.
Many high school athletes in Texas say they love the game of football, but Grey Wolves senior Mike Santos-Adames’ passion for the sport is on a whole other level.
The first time Copperas Cove’s Shontez Simmons picked up a football, he was in the seventh grade.
LAMPASAS — Thirty touchdowns in a single season may seem like an impossible goal to some, but for Lampasas wide receiver Cameron Everts, that’s the plan this year.
Harker Heights pitcher Ashleigh Palma was voted KDHpressbox.com Player of the Week after recording six scoreless innings in a 10-0 run-rule victory against Killeen on March 23.
A 27-point, 11-rebound outing, with a buzzer-beating basket to give Ellison a 54-52 win against Cedar Hill in the Eagles’ playoff opener Feb. 20, helped Casey Armour win the vote for the KDH Player of the Week honor for the week of Feb. 26.
Copperas Cove senior Erica Powell is the KDHPressbox.com Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 22. Powell, en route to a team-high 15 points and eight rebounds, erupted in the fourth quarter (8 points, 6 rebounds) as the Lady Bulldawgs defeated Killeen 67-56.
Ellison junior Marliah Johnson is the KDHpressbox.com Player of the Week for the week of Jan. 15. Johnson scored a team-high 15 points Jan. 9 to help keep the No. 7 Lady Eagles’ District 8-6A record unblemished as they beat Killeen 49-40.
It was just so fitting.
Piper Randolph is the prototypical leadoff hitter.
Every coach wants a pitcher who will give them innings and keep their team in the game.
Tate Harvey is all business.
Emily Jo Gray has thrown a litany of one-hitters — so many, she can’t even count them.
Daniel Cole is no stranger to big moments.
Salado soccer coach Michael Goos refers to Lady Eagles junior Reagan Morreale as the “ultimate team player.”
Jacob Wilk expected the performance but not the award.
Haven Stevenson was not playing for herself.
During the 2016-17 basketball season, Casey Armour developed into a dangerous offensive threat, a lockdown defender and an enforcer of the glass.
Javon Levi is a remarkable competitor.
Trey Sheppard is one of a kind.
Three times in a row.
It didn’t take long.
J’wan Roberts did it again.
Since Jason McDonald fully committed himself to swimming as a freshman, he never looked back.
After teammates Devyn Brewton and J’wan Roberts won the Freddy’s-KDHpressbox.com Player of the Week award earlier in the basketball season, Shoemaker’s Javon Levi felt no jealousy.
Allaira Jones believes one person made the difference.
Wacey Bowland felt unstoppable.
J’wan Roberts might be young, but he is developing into a stout presence around the basket for Shoemaker.
Sarah Kate Kelarek had no doubt.
The award means a lot but not as much as the support.
Kerrigan Hearne is a tough basketball player.
Devyn Brewton is a team-first guy.