Eric Stephens’ football resume is pretty impressive by itself.
Killeen Independent School District football fans will have an earlier day and earlier time to catch their favorite teams at Leo Buckley Stadium.
It’s officially called The Open Championship. But it’s commonly referred to as “The British Open” and it has some history to it.
Joey McQueen could have found better ways to use his time.
BY ALBERT ALVARADO
As the seasons and colors begin to change in early October, one thing does not: The animosity and line of demarcation that is the 50-yard line at the Cotton Bowl during the annual Red River Showdown between Texas and Oklahoma.
When trainer Terrance Williams accompanied his clients, Kendra Beasley and Brittany Campbell, to the NPC Jr. National Bodybuilding Championships in Chicago last month, he was hoping for the coronation of two of his clients who he felt had long ago topped out as amateurs.
Tommie Harris has played in every big game imaginable. The annual Red River Rivalry, BCS Championship Games, the Rose Bowl, NFL playoff games and, of course, Super Bowl XLI.
Over the weekend, the youth of Killeen had a chance to learn some moves from seasoned pros that came back home.
Before heading to Snyder to play for Western Texas College, Shane Johnson has one final high school game to lace up for.
Qiana Canete had her reservations.
Salado High School 2014 graduate Morgan Hill tossed two perfect innings on Friday in the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State All-Star Game at Arlington’s Workman Softball Complex.
David Manley knew he wanted to be a coach and pursue a career in athletics when he was in the seventh grade.
Shoemaker graduate Nykolas Dawson thought he had played his final organized basketball game in February when Shoemaker lost to No. 5 South Grand Prairie in the Region I-5A bi-district playoffs.
Everything started so easy. It was almost too easy.
Efrain Hernandez had watched his brother, Hector, compete against top competition at Texas A&M this past year with wide eyes until one day late in the season it hit him.
The Adidas 7-on-7 Championships in College Station didn’t go the way Belton was hoping for Friday and Saturday, but fortunately for the Tigers, there were still plenty of positives to take away from the weekend.
LAMPASAS — Keith Null is the person he always wanted to meet.
Copperas Cove 8-year-old Gabriella Emeana won the championship in her age division at the MLB Pitch, Hit & Run contest Monday afternoon at Minneapolis’ Target Field.
Nick Meyer has been swimming competitively since he was 11 years old.