AUSTIN — There is a first time for everything.
AUSTIN — There is a first time for everything.
Volleyball season officially started Wednesday as area schools held tryouts before preseason scrimmages began last weekend.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
BELTON — Belton ISD Athletics announced Jason Fossett as the new head basketball coach for the Belton Tigers on Friday morning.
Take care of business.
AUSTIN — Killeen senior Devonte Cochran recorded a personal best and set a school record, jumping 49 feet to take third place in the triple jump Saturday at the UIL State Track and Field Meet.
Killeen freshman football didn’t have a winning record until the fall of 2015.
Avery Drake is the district’s best player, and she still has time to improve.
Most people look at running as punishment.
HARKER HEIGHTS — It was a battle of the pitchers as Killeen took a 2-0 road victory over the Harker Heights Knights on Tuesday night.
WACO — With a shot for the regional meet at Texas-Arlington on the line, a plethora of local athletes were looking to punch their tickets on Thursday at Waco Midway’s Panther Stadium.
WACO — The District 7/8-6A area track and field meet started with Belton having eight athletes qualify for regionals across seven field events.
Copperas Cove had one goal heading into the softball season: Make it to playoffs. Tuesday night, the Lady Bulldawgs secured that playoff spot with a 7-3 victory at Killeen.
Ellison improved to 5-4 in District 8-6A play with a 6-2 comeback victory at home Tuesday night over Killeen.
WACO — The Texas Sports Hall of Fame class of 2018 featured two local legends: Mary Hardin-Baylor head football coach Pete Fredenburg and former Killeen High and Olympic gold medal-winning women’s basketball coach Nell Fortner.
Rain and lightning rolled into town Friday night, but Ellison and Harker Heights weren’t going to let it stop them from playing.
Ellison ran away with the championship.
League runner-up Belton was well-represented on the All-District 8-6A girls soccer team released this week.
Kyle Stifflemire did not want a gold medal. He wanted to contribute.
Shoemaker’s impressive season continued Monday, when the Grey Wolves received three superlatives on the 8-6A All-District boys soccer list.
WACO — The Roos were hoping to carry the momentum from Saturday’s 12-2 victory over Jarrell with them into Monday’s game with District 8-6A co-leader Waco Midway, but unfortunately that wasn’t the case.
Ellison’s Treston Hudnall and Keith Jackson II each finished sixth Saturday in the Texas High School Powerlifting Association Division I state meet in Abilene.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Ashleigh Palma threw a shutout against Killeen, leading the Lady Knights to a 10-0 victory in six innings Friday night.
Landon Maxwell was 3 for 4 with a pair of doubles and four RBIs and the Belton Tigers scored in every inning of an 11-0, five-inning victory over Killeen on Tuesday night.
LAMPASAS — After a rough start in the Lampasas baseball tournament, Killeen took home the only local team victory on the third day of competition Saturday morning.
Ellison continued its dominance this season by easily capturing the championship at the Killeen ISD Relays on Friday.