FLORENCE — The Buffaloes just couldn’t stop Holland from scoring in the final day of their own tournament.
FLORENCE — The Florence Buffaloes pulled away in the second half for a 31-21 victory over Granger on the second day of the Florence Boys’ Varsity Tournament.
FLORENCE — Romero Gomez made a much-needed 3-pointer at the buzzer to close out the third quarter, but it wasn’t enough to help Florence catch up in an opening loss at its home tournament Thursday night.
Salado's Eli Pittman outscored Florence by himself Tuesday night, scoring 29 points in a 61-27 victory at Florence.
ROGERS — With their postseason destiny in their hands, the Rogers Eagles did not waste the opportunity Friday night.
Florence started the 2018 season with one goal: Win a playoff game.
LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — The Academy Bumblebees didn’t have to look far to find motivation to pick up their first victory of the season. In addition to being winless entering Friday night and playing in front of their homecoming crowd, the Bees remembered Aiden Martin, a 14-year-old Academy Mi…
FLORENCE — Nicole Pena does not intend to leave empty-handed again.
WACO — C.J. Giddens was in an unusual situation.
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.
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.
Boys soccer champion Salado was well-represented on the All-District 25-4A team released this week.
Salado took multiple honors on the 25-4A All-District girls soccer team, including Michael Goos being named Coach of the Year.
The Florence High School powerlifting team finished the year strong after competing in the Region 2, Division 3 regional meets earlier this month. Three girls competed March 3 in Temple and four boys traveled to West on March 10.
Various games around the area are being affected by the recent heavy rainfalls, causing changes to scheduled events this weekend.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Bracket play for the Killeen ISD tournament was held Saturday at Harker Heights Community Park with Harker Heights and Florence competing in the gold bracket, which was determined based on each team’s record in pool play from Thursday and Friday.
JARRELL — Florence did everything it needed to except finish.
The Gatesville Hornets and Ellison Lady Eagles both sit at 2-1 following the first day of the Killeen ISD tournament that kicked off Thursday morning.
Killeen ISD kicks off its 2018 softball tournament today with Killeen, Harker Heights, Shoemaker and Ellison, participating in four separate pools, along with Gatesville and Florence.
Under the new University Interscholastic League realignment, Florence will see some big changes in football.
The University Interscholastic League altered the area’s sports landscape Thursday morning, releasing its biennial reclassification and realignment.
Potentially severe weather wrecked havoc on today’s area sports schedules.
District 8-6A continues its reign as one of the state’s strongest districts after another impressive showing in the girls state polls.
Class 6A No. 19 Ellison continued its impressive start to the season by holding off Austin Lake Travis by three points, 39-36, in overtime to win its opening-round game at the Pflugerville tournament.
Matt Edgar put back a missed shot and the Florence Buffaloes held off a Granger rally to win 39-36 on Tuesday in Florence.
Amber Garcia scored 15 points and Austin Travis picked up its first win of the season, beating Florence 36-25 on Friday in the Florence girls tournament.
Casey Armour led four Eagles in double figures with 14 points and Ellison improved to 6-0 with a 76-48 victory Tuesday at Austin Akins.
BRENHAM — Florence was knocked out of the Class 3A, Division II playoffs after traveling to face the El Maton Tidehaven Tigers in the bi-district round Thursday evening and lost 34-7.
FLORENCE — The Florence football team found a cure for poor defense Friday night by holding Blanco scoreless in the second half for a 21-12 win.
The champions are dethroned.
Florence's C.J. Giddens tossed three touchdown passes and ran for a another score, but it wasn't enough as the Buffaloes dropped their District 13-3A, Div. II opener against Johnson City 48-24 on Friday in Florence.
About the only thing that didn’t go right for Florence High School senior quarterback C.J. Giddens on homecoming night was he was not named king.