COPPERAS COVE — It was the ideal advice.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Knights found themselves in another duel of arms on the mound Tuesday, and once again they came out on top.
LAMPASAS — The Lampasas Lady Badgers watched the game slip away early and couldn’t recover in a 13-0, five-inning run-rule loss to No. 1 Liberty Hill in a District 19-4A game.
FLORENCE — The No. 14-ranked Lady Buffaloes needed a couple of sparks Monday night in a big District 25-3A tilt against Blanco, and China Galvan supplied the fire.
Temple’s disqualification in the 800-meter relay nearly proved costly, but the Wildcats boys track team held on for a three-point victory over Copperas Cove on Saturday at the Waco Midway Relays.
GATESVILLE — Both the Gatesville boys and girls soccer teams are moving on to the area round of the Class 4A playoffs after the Hornets and Lady Hornets outscored Anahuac by a combined score of 17-1 on the day.
WACO — Exactly one year ago to the date, the Belton girls soccer team traveled to Waco ISD Stadium for a Class 6A bi-district playoff game and came away with a 3-0 loss to Rowlett. One year later on the same field, the Lady Tigers were determined not to replicate that result against Cedar Hill.
HEWITT — Mark Alvarado hit the crossbar twice Friday night — a frustrating outcome for any forward. In fact, the junior called it “annoying.” Except Alvarado likely couldn’t care less about his misses because he also scored twice, and his soccer season isn’t over.
The Texas High School Bowling Club state tournament begins today with boys and girls teams from Ellison and Harker Heights among the teams vying for state titles this weekend at Fort Worth’s Cityview Lanes.
MANOR — Taylor coach Cory Maxwell believes a few years down the road that his girls soccer program could begin having the type of playoff success Salado expects every season. That time just isn’t now.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Runs were hard to come by Tuesday, as the Lady Knights’ Klaudia Bohac and Shoemaker’s Heather Casiano dueled in the circle in District 8-6A play.
BELTON — Despite an 8-0 win over Killeen on Tuesday night, first-year Belton baseball coach Mark Krueger wasn’t overly impressed with his Tigers’ performance in their District 8-6A matchup at Tiger Field.
Harker Heights hosted Class 4A Liberty Hill in its final tuneup of the regular season Monday, and its defense shined once again.
BELTON — Belton broke open a tie game with a five-run sixth inning and the Tigers took advantage of the UIL’s new pitch-count rule to pick up their first District 8-6A win of the season, 9-4 over Harker Heights on Friday night.
At Salado, Rebecca Dockray allowed just one hit in the circle, Breigh Oliver and Christin Wilson tallied three hits apiece and No. 13-ranked Salado drubbed Leander Glenn 10-0 in five innings via the 10-run rule in District 19-4A action Thursday.
COPPERAS COVE — Wednesday afternoon’s tilt at home against Shoemaker didn’t start off well for the Lady Bulldawgs, but it ended on a high note.
After dropping a heartbreaker at Harker Heights the day before, Ellison couldn’t wait to take the field Tuesday at home against Killeen.
SALADO — First-year baseball head coach Kreece Cooper didn’t want his Salado Eagles to overlook winless Leander Glenn in the teams’ district opener Tuesday night.
Emily Gray tossed a one-hitter and the 12th-ranked Florence softball team used an eight-run second inning to beat Johnson City 10-0 in six innings Tuesday in Johnson City.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Lady Knights trailed Ellison 9-3 after just 2½ innings of play Monday afternoon, but it didn’t take long for them to rally.
BELTON — A couple of summers ago Waco Midway softball coach Ed Trochim met Abilene Christian coach Bobby Reeves at a softball clinic. Trochim mentioned to Reeves that many football athletes are leaving high school early to join their future college teams, and the Midway coach jokingly asked …
During the 2016-17 basketball season, Casey Armour developed into a dangerous offensive threat, a lockdown defender and an enforcer of the glass.
The Harker Heights football team took a trip to Fort Hood on Thursday and went through something not many high school athletes get the opportunity to experience.
With a fine performance on the track, the Harker Heights boys track team scored 89 points to finish as runner-up to Temple (117) in the Killeen ISD relays on Friday.
Harker Heights needed a win to give itself a chance to capture the District 8-6A fourth seed Friday at Shoemaker, and the Lady Grey Wolves were trying to play the role of spoiler.
BELTON — Coach Tarcisio Mosnia and his Belton boys soccer team had no intention of sharing the District 8-6A title with San Angelo Central. Still, knowing they needed a win to claim the crown outright, the Tigers got off to a sluggish start in their regular-season finale against Ellison on F…
Tre Martin pitched a four-inning no-hitter as the Harker Heights baseball team routed St. Dominic Savio 21-0 in the Travis County Tournament in Manor.