Madisen Jean Honea scored 20 points and the Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs rallied from a rough start to beat Round Rock McNeil 57-47 for their eighth straight win to start the season.
Mary Hardin-Baylor men’s basketball player Byrale Carter was named American Southwest Conference West Division Player of the Week on Monday.
Reid Vincent ran past the competition both literally and figuratively.
Ellison boys basketball opponents may have something more to ponder than just defending returning senior star Shamir Bogues.
Byrale Carter led Mary Hardin-Baylor with 22 points and eight rebounds as the Cru earned its first road win of the season, 75-68 over North Carolina Wesleyan on Saturday afternoon in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Nate Borchardt scored 16 points, Elijah Stanley added 11 and the Lampasas Badgers opened the season with a 58-35 home rout of Rosebud-Lott on Saturday.
Quarterback Ace Whitehead accounted for five touchdowns and No. 6 Lampasas beat Freeport Brazosport for the second straight year in the bi-district round of the Division I-4A playoffs, 42-14 on Friday in Buda.
COPPERAS COVE — Prior to her home debut, Livonna Wallace yielded her teammates advice, and it paid off.
Most Valuable Player—Reese Rhodes, Waco Midway, sr.Most Valuable Setter—Emily Holder, Belton, sr.Most Valuable Hitter—Janice Fa’aola, Copperas Cove, sr.Most Valuable Defense—Emma Wasiak, Copperas Cove, soph.Most Valuable Blocker—Chyra Thompson, Ellison, sr.Newcomer Of The Year—McKenzie Manse…
Salado senior outside hitter Landry Rogers was named Offensive Player of the Year on the All-District 27-4A Volleyball Team released Monday.
Belton High School golfer Dallas Hankamer won all three of his matches over the weekend to help the North Team rout the South 34-14 in the Legends Junior Tour Jackie Burke Cap at Wichita Falls Country Club.
Cameron Everts helped Lampasas accomplish impressive feats both on the field and in the polls.
The unofficial Killeen ISD championship went to Shoemaker. But Harker Heights received a nice consolation prize.
It was one more Friday night — a spectacular first half, to be more specific —to remember for the Temple Wildcats' tandem of senior Jacksons.
SALADO — Every Eagle that suited up for Salado and Fairfield’s regular-season finale matchup Friday night knew their season extended into the playoffs. That much had been decided.
BELTON — Coby Trovinger wore No. 15 instead of his usual No. 9 jersey Friday night during Belton’s regular-season finale at Tiger Field.The senior linebacker did so to salute classmate Jason Stephens, who suffered an injury earlier in the year and couldn’t take the turf one last time as a hi…
GLEN ROSE — Copperas Cove could have collapsed.
In Killeen’s final game of the season Thursday night, it was the defense and special teams show, co-starring Kadarius Marshall. Killeen won the final game 37-7 over the Waco Lions.
Gatesville continued its winning ways Tuesday, earning a spot in the area round of the Class 4A playoffs.
GLEN ROSE — The location and the score may have changed, but the end result was the same.
For most, the season is over.
The Ellison Eagles finished their season 3-7 overall and 3-5 in District 12-6A play.
Daunte Cuffie helped Lampasas win a game. Then, Lampasas helped Cuffie win an award.
COPPERAS COVE — The Shoemaker Grey Wolves won a wild game in Copperas Cove 34-28 on Friday night to clinch a spot in the Class 6A playoffs.
LAMPASAS — Daunte Cuffie waited all day for his present, but it was worth it.
WACO — Two teams needing a win for very different reasons exited Waco ISD Stadium in very different ways. And, perhaps, not in the manner most figured.
Breezion Spiller accounted for four touchdowns and the Ellison Eagles ended their season with a bang Friday night.
The playoffs are here, and Cari Lowery feels her team is ready.
BELTON — Often the final week of the regular season can be quite mundane, as some teams are already preparing for the playoffs while others are preparing for the next season, in meaningless finales.
Jaci McGregor and Katrina Thoms are returning to the state cross country meet. This time, however, they are bringing their teammates.
A trip to state is on the line.
Jaime Vargas lifted Harker Heights to a historic win, and his performance was greatly appreciated.
Janice Fa'aola had 20 kills and 24 digs as the Copperas Cove volleyball team clinched no worse than a No. 2 seed in the playoffs with a 25-14, 25-22, 24-26, 25-21 win Friday at Temple.
BELTON — Some soccer strategy seeped into Belton’s game plan Friday night. The Tigers certainly accomplished their goal.
The eighth-ranked Lampasas Badgers scored touchdowns on each of their first six drives and rolled to a 56-0 victory at winless Taylor on Friday.
The Waco Midway volleyball team rolled to a 25-19, 25-13, 25-16 sweep at Belton on Friday and clinched at least a share of the District 12-6A championship.
In a battle of second-place teams, one player stood out from the rest on Thursday — Waco Midway’s Will Nixon.