Don Ford has always enjoyed working with kids.
Tacoya Allen could’ve given up, but she refused.
Dozens of athletes from the Killeen area have qualified for the AAU Junior Olympic Games track and field meet beginning July 31 at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Mich.
From June 27 to July 1, Lake Pickwick, Ala., was home to the High School Fishing World Finals hosted by the Student Angler Federation, which reported that 332 two-angler teams from 33 states and Canada participated in this year’s event based out of Florence, Ala.
It was four fantastic years, but the time to attack new challenges has come.
Jack Welch is familiar with being the center of attention, but he prefers being overlooked.
Jaylen Smith is not just securing his future. He is also preserving the present.
Kye Robertson felt cheated.
Belton catcher Bethany Edwards highlighted a whopping nine Lady Tigers selected to the Texas Sports Writers Association Class 6A All-State Softball Team.
Day two at the Texas 7-on-7 Championships was a short one for both Gatesville and Salado on Friday. Both teams lost in the first round of their respective brackets.
Temple golfer William Paysse finished in a tie for 10th place Thursday in the Byron Nelson Junior Championship at Lakewood Country Club in Dallas.
After missing last year’s State 7-on-7 Championships at College Station, Gatesville returned Thursday, winning its pool to advance into today’s Division II championship bracket.
Temple golfer William Paysse shot a second straight round of 71 Wednesday to remain tied for third after the second round of the 18th Byron Nelson Junior Championship at Lakewood Country Club in Dallas.
Reaching the state tournament is important to Quade Brown but not for the obvious reasons.
Temple golfer William Paysse shot an even-par 71 Tuesday and is tied for third after the first round of the 18th Byron Nelson Junior Championship at Lakewood Country Club in Dallas.
Juaquin Iglesias accomplished a lot since graduating from Killeen in 2004.
Malik Pratt got more than he expected.
ELM MOTT — Copperas Cove IMCA Southern SportMod driver Taylor Florio was the sanction’s Rookie of the Year in 2015 while still in high school. Friday night, the recent Lampasas grad hit another career milestone, and when the checkered flag waved for her after Friday’s SportMod feature at Hea…
Jammie Blunt Jr. was waiting for his opportunity.
LAMPASAS — Aaron Nuckles wants to enhance skills, but he also wants to cultivate passion.
ROUND ROCK — Daniel Cole knows how hard it is to make the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game.
LAMPASAS — There are no limitations.
Former Shoemaker star Roberto Delgado was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 28th round of the Major League Baseball draft Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Killeen standout Jacen Moore signed to play volleyball with Huston-Tillotson.
Christin Wilson’s first season was a struggle.
Belton sophomores Avery Drake and Caleigh Robinson, junior Bethany Edwards, and Copperas Cove sophomore Jayda Carter were named to the recently released Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 6A all-state softball team.
Tate Harvey feels slightly slighted.
There’s much more to participating in the Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl softball game than the game itself.
Temple golfer William Paysse, who just completed his junior year at Belton High School, earned a spot in the U.S Junior Amateur championship by winning a sectional qualifier Monday in Kerrville.
WACO — For Belton’s Breck Potvin and Trey Bell, competing Monday night at Waco ISD Sports Complex in the Central Texas All-Star Game was an opportunity to play one final time on the diamond with fellow Tiger Logan Earl, and it was also a chance to reconnect with teammates they played club ba…
Led by all-tournament team selections safety TJ Gift, receiver Anthony Brown and quarterback Cameron Davis, the host Belton High School 7-on-7 team finished as the runner-up in the Lone Star Shootout on Saturday in Belton.
WACO — In crunch time, both teams made plays Saturday in the ninth annual Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl football game at Waco ISD Stadium.
WACO — Chyanne Chapman could not let the opportunity pass.
Competition and compassion converged in a pair of high school all-star games that brought together athletes for the Heart of Texas Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl.
BELTON — It looked as if Jacob Mitchell and Garet Douglas had been playing baseball together for many years.
BELTON — Emily Gray knew what to expect.
BELTON — It’s high school athletics infused with community service wrapped in fellowship.
When she received it, Parris Rawls was too overwhelmed with emotion to put the uniform on.
The K-Town All-Stars, of Killeen, led by Kangaroos junior Cortez Ivie and teammate Trayvon Todd, a senior, defeated the Elite Academy Ducks in the 16U title game at the Future 150 Dallas Battleground tournament.
On the heels of helping Belton advance to the area round of the playoffs, three Lady Tigers landed on the Texas Girls Coaches Association Class 6A All-State Team.
Sheanne Ellis-Clayton had a difficult senior year.
Despite the circumstances, Madison Wasiak remains grateful for the opportunity.
The Central Texas Baseball Coaches Association All-Star Game on Monday in West was postponed due to inclement weather. The game was rescheduled for next Monday at 6 p.m. in West.
LAMPASAS — Logan Bender knows this could be the end.
Tyler Torres wasn’t expecting it.
Kiara Johnson didn’t get to play much in Shoemaker’s play-in game against Belton at Copperas Cove on Feb. 10.
Killeen’s Bobby Smith competed every day in practice as a sophomore with T’Mond Johnson, and now the two will be reunited.
Dajuan Jones was frustrated.
BELTON — Sure, it’s a culmination of the four weeks of practice bridging the doldrums of the offseason to summer workouts, but by no means was Belton’s annual spring game Thursday the end.
MARBLE FALLS — Canyon Carothers was forced to balance his emotions.
It’s not a surprise.