LAMPASAS — Lisa Canales-Dibble looks forward to it every year.
BELTON — Champions Indoor Football announced Monday it has awarded a franchise to Belton, marking the return of professional sports to the area.
Johnny Graham didn’t get much sleep last week — only 26 hours to be exact.
Victoria Vargas, 21, had to perform her best deadlift in order to capture gold Wednesday morning at the 2016 International Powerlifting Federation Raw World Classic Championships held at the Killeen Civic and Conference Center.
Ron Garofalo cannot get away.
Brittany Campbell wraps up a set of barbell curls and leans against a bench press to catch her breath.
Sometimes the big decisions in one’s life come early.
The members of the Killeen-based Central Texas Cruisers compete against each other during various UIL meets in the school year. This week they get a chance to represent the area against the nation’s best when the the track and field portion of the AAU Junior Olympic Games begin.
TEMPLE — Matt Buchhorn, 28, of Sherman, was feeling good about his chances of winning the Army Marathon III on Sunday morning.
TEMPLE — Paul Box, 34, and Matt Curtis, 33, both of Waxahachie, train together for marathons.
TEMPLE — On Sunday morning, arms raised high, Ruel Sword, 48, of Waco, finished the Army Marathon III with tears in her eyes.
TEMPLE — Retired Lt. Gen. Dave R. Palmer, of Belton, and retired Command Sgt. Maj. Jimmie W. Spencer, of Washington, D.C., were honored with holding the tape at the finish line for Sunday’s Army Marathon III.
Omar Craddock, a graduate of Richard Milburn Academy in Killeen and a former University of Florida star, placed second in the triple jump Saturday at the Armory Track Invitational in New York.
The cycling season got off to a fast start Saturday morning as a total of 325 riders from across the state converged in Copperas Cove for the fifth annual Megan Baab Memorial Road Race.
I couldn’t handle being a coach.
Killeen resident Walter Reaves, 63, was inducted into the Sandhills Community College (N.C) Sports Hall of Fame last month.
Social media is changing the universe. A way for people to stay in touch and exchange ideas and information in ways never before believed possible, instant communication isn’t always a good thing, especially for high school and college athletes. What may seem like a simple post to some can be image altering to others, tarnishing reputations and derailing scholarship chances with the touch of a button.
Brad Flack has been training for his first marathon for four months.