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.
Dajuan Jones wanted to add to his arsenal.
Aaron Torczynski remembers when things were different.
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.
Samantha Robinson is a stoic competitor.
When you average 27.5 yards per carry, you tend to draw some attention.
In a big tilt against Harker Heights on Oct. 14 at Leo Buckley Stadium, Ellison needed a strong offensive performance in order to capture a victory.
The game is simple for Alex Thompson.
When Ellison Lady Eagles junior Elicia Barcinas was informed she was voted the Freddy’s-KDHPressbox.com Player of the Week she jumped for joy.
Madu Eneli has enjoyed many accomplishments on the tennis court, a sport he has played for most of his life.
Pablo Alejandro is just grateful for the chance to suit up for Harker Heights each Friday night.
Jaylon Hannah won the award, but he does not want the credit.
Copperas Cove senior quarterback Caine Garner passed for 217 yards and three touchdowns in the first half of a 27-14 home win over Mexico’s Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, earning the Freddy’s-KDHpressbox.com Player of the Week award.
Ellison quarterback Carl Robinson III tossed four touchdown passes and ran for another, leading the Eagles to a Week 1, 56-21 victory over Leander, and earning the Freddy’s-KDHpressbox.com Player of the Week award.
Something had to change.
Harker Heights senior Tadrian Rose had quite the performance at the area meet, qualifying for the Region II-6A meet in the 100-meter dash and as part of Harker Heights’ 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams.
No team has been hotter than Harker Heights of late, and recently, a big reason for that has been junior Jacob Mitchell.
Dakota Stutz knew what she had to do.
Dusty Brittain loves Josh Carbajal’s production.