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Unfortunately, I’ve seen this happen before.
Le’Nard Meyers is familiar with Bulldawg Stadium.
LAMPASAS — Gary Spencer had to step up.
LAMPASAS — Jenny Bowden is trying to approach the season one game at a time, but it is getting harder and harder to not look ahead.
Brian Emerson believes individual recognition is the byproduct of a team’s success.
Many freshmen go unnoticed. Elafayette Stone is an exception.
AUSTIN — Duke Thomas feels the pressure.
Like most of us, I’m sure Billy White Jr. had a lot to be thankful for over the holiday.
Manny Harris is receiving the recognition, but his team earned the award.
AUSTIN — With one game remaining, Texas still has a shot to win the Big 12 championship.
COPPERAS COVE — Phillip Baptiste just completed a milestone season. Now, he is ready to do it again.
COPPERAS COVE — Chance Smith did not like what he saw in the first half.
Faster does not always equal better.
LAMPASAS — The moment unfolded just as he always imagined.
Kyla Menefee did not have the senior season she wanted.
I hate when I don’t have any high school football to cover.
COPPERAS COVE — Everything was building to this point.
LAMPASAS — Jenny Bowden does not mind mistakes as long as her team learns from them.
It has been a long time since Lampasas girls basketball has been relevant.
AUSTIN — The intense scrutiny has resumed, and the Texas coaches are spearheading it.
WACO — Copperas Cove feels it has nobody to blame but itself.
COPPERAS COVE — It was supposed to be Copperas Cove’s weakness.
Many in Copperas Cove moaned upon hearing the news.
LAMPASAS — Morgan Rogers made it official Thursday, but there was never any doubt.
COPPERAS COVE — Eldridge McAdams finally had a complete roster at his disposal, and he made the most of it.
COPPERAS COVE — Montre’ Williams could not contain his excitement, and Pflugerville Hendrickson could not contain him.
Gatesville was poised to celebrate the conclusion of its season in style, but Liberty Hill made sure it did not happen.
J.D. Post knew instantly. The momentum had just changed direction.
Lometa is a tiny town, but expectations are enormous.
GLEN ROSE — It happened again.
FORT HOOD — Copperas Cove had to win, and Jack Welch believes the Bulldawgs did so on their first drive.
The playoffs are still a week away for most teams. Copperas Cove’s run, however, begins tonight.
Copperas Cove has a knack for bouncing back.
Qiana Canete knows every match could be her last.
WACO — It was not how he wanted the season to end, but he was happy with how it finished.
WACO — Cari Lowery could feel it coming.
Sometimes a year can make all the difference.
Jeff Carr did almost everything he wanted to, but he does not want to take the credit.
AUSTIN — Texas accomplished a lot on Saturday.
AUSTIN — Texas should have known better.
COPPERAS COVE — Temple had a plan, and there was nothing Copperas Cove could do to stop it.
The excitement is finally about to begin.
Steven Jazdyk was determined to win the award. So were his coach and his community.
Lometa senior Eric Nichols is in the midst of his busiest time of year.
GATESVILLE — In the third set, Gatesville found itself playing a desperate team.
Lampasas is running at full speed. The Badgers have to in order to keep pace.
Almost every team in the area will change classifications, but it has little to do with enrollment.
FORT HOOD — The field conditions were far from ideal, but it did not matter to Copperas Cove.
For the past four years, Bulldawg Gymnasium served as her second home.
Jack Welch knows he will get Ellison’s best shot. He always does.
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.