It has been a very busy summer for Jack Alvarez.
It has been a very busy summer for Jack Alvarez.
Copperas Cove golfer Elle Fox finished in a tie for second place after the final round of the Girls 12-18 Division Legends Junior Tour Alamo Shootout on Tuesday in San Antonio.
Former Copperas Cove girls basketball coach Skip Townsend is one of three coaches who will be inducted into the Texas Girls Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Monday at the Arlington Hilton.
COPPERAS COVE — Dallas Cowboys cornerback, and former Bulldawg, Orlando “Duke” Thomas returned to Copperas Cove to host his inaugural football clinic Saturday.
COLLEGE STATION — It was not Gatesville’s season opener, but it felt like it.
Former Shoemaker star and free agent defensive tackle Roy Miller III announced on a social media post Friday night that he is officially retiring from the NFL.
COLLEGE STATION — Gatesville had a chance at redemption, and the Hornets took it.
Pool-play brackets were released Monday by the Texas State 7on7 Organization for this weekend’s state tournament in College Station.
Killeen High defensive lineman RaQuan Thompson revealed Sunday on Twitter that he has committed to Tulsa University.
Originally, Michelle Lombrano came for the football, but it is not why she returned.
Jason Fossett always kept the cellphone number that included a 254 area code, so it makes sense the longtime basketball coach characterizes his latest move as one that’s back home.
Juaquin Iglesias will never forget.
The tradition continues.
Former Shoemaker volleyball players returned to teach the game to the next generation of Lady Grey Wolves.
The Copperas Cove 7-on-7 football team just missed qualifying for the state tournament when the Bulldawgs lost 30-25 to Cedar Park Vista Ridge on Friday in the semifinals of the Austin Westlake State Qualifying Tournament.
Just two weeks after longtime Killeen High School athletic trainer Al “Doc” Wilson retired, Killeen Independent School District school board members decided to honor his impact.
The experience ended Saturday, but the memories will last a lifetime.
School might be out for the summer, but there are plenty of area sports camps in the upcoming weeks to keep kids busy.
Ellison is among 32 7-on-7 football teams scheduled to battle it out Saturday in the H-E-B Shootout State Qualifying Tournament.
In a final burst of high school athletic competition and community service, a select group of Class of 2018 graduates claimed victory in a traditional all-star game that transcended sport.
Four area players were named to the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-State teams released Monday.
WACO — C.J. Giddens was in an unusual situation.
WACO — “This isn’t your typical church camp,” Salado graduate Katie Robinson said as she prepared to compete in her final organized volleyball game at University High in Waco.
Lake Travis defeated host Belton 51-21 on Saturday in the championship game of the Lone Star Shootout 7-on-7 football tournament.
BELTON — Kyndal Moyer was the tie breaker.
BELTON — The FCA Victory Bowl baseball game was a back-and-forth battle before the Red team won 8-6 Friday night at Red Murff Field on the campus of the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
Football fans can catch the 2018 Victory Bowl all-star game tonight at Waco ISD Stadium with 16 area athletes competing.
The host Belton Tigers turned in the best performance among local 7-on-7 football teams on Day 1 of the 17-team Lone Star Shootout on Friday, going 4-1 to finish second in Pool A.
Some area baseball players aren’t taking much of a break following graduation as nine local standouts are set to play in today’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star game at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star softball game will have three area softball players competing as Belton’s Bethany Edwards, Copperas Cove’s Addison Cook and Lampasas’ Kyndal Moyer cap off their high school careers in the contest.
Every baseball player dreams of sitting in a room with their family and getting a call bringing them one step closer to the Big Show.
“Tough times don’t last, tough people do.”
WACO — The Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl is more than a sports competition. It’s an opportunity for area athletes to give back to their communities.
WACO — The Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl started Monday with the newly added all-star golf competition.
COPPERAS COVE — Tommy Connell knows Copperas Cove is an unfinished product.
MONTGOMERY — Having about 30 minutes to kill after lending a hand toward preserving Jasper’s baseball season with a stout three-inning relief appearance, pitcher Michael Soisson said he passed the time by chilling in his car on a hot, muggy day in Montgomery.
Former Ellison grad Gemma Alhambra extended her collegiate basketball career for another three years Friday when she signed her letter of intent to transfer and play for Huston-Tillotson University.
Belton released the schedule for next week’s Lone Star Shootout on Friday, and five area teams will be participating.
MONTGOMERY — Salado grabbed a three-run lead 13 pitches into Thursday night’s Game 1 of its Class 4A Region III final against Jasper, and it was plenty for Eagles starter Ryan Oakes.
As longtime Killeen athletic trainer Al “Doc” Wilson prepares to retire, his former students are coming together to honor him with a gift that will last a lifetime.
As the school year comes to an end, Stonetree Golf Club is giving junior golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to tee off all summer long in Killeen.
Salado sophomore Piper Randolph was named Defensive Player of the Year on the recently released All-District 19-4A Softball Team.
Once a Roo, always a Roo.
BURNET — Preston Preciado believes Gatesville has something to prove. He also feels the Hornets took a step toward doing so Saturday.