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The Armed Services YMCA exceeded its $70,000 goal with a sold-out crowd at its Festival of Trees fundraiser Friday night.
In 2010, Art Briles convinced 24 players, the remainder of whom comprise the current senior class, to follow his dream for Baylor football.
WACO — When asked what it meant to help Baylor — a program he watched mire in mediocrity as a Waco native — win its first Big 12 title Saturday, the only response Ahmad Dixon offered was the sound of the Big 12 Champion posterboard slapping the podium to rest in front of his face.
When opponents see JaQuan Jackson, most aren’t intimidated or raise a brow to the Louisiana Tech freshman guard and her 5-foot-8 frame.
Tarleton State defensive end Andre Allen knows how difficult it is for friends and family to make the two-hour drive to Memorial Stadium in Stephenville to watch him play.
The Armed Services YMCA will fill the Killeen Civic and Conference Center with the “sounds of Christmas” with its 12th annual Festival of Trees event Friday.
AUSTIN — With one game remaining, Texas still has a shot to win the Big 12 championship.
Make no mistake, NCAA Division III tournament games are a different ball game.
The Thanksgiving holiday is still five days away, but for Killeen Kangaroos post Melvin Anthony, Friday marked a day where he added on more thing to be thankful for.
AUSTIN — The intense scrutiny has resumed, and the Texas coaches are spearheading it.
Killeen senior post Brian Long has signed his name plenty of times during his life. But on Friday afternoon, putting pen to paper was a bit nerve-racking.
WACO — On a national stage, under the lights of prime time, No. 5 Baylor made its case as a national title contender behind a continually overshadowed defense and the legs of a running back not even listed on the two-deep.
WACO — One is a 170-pound dynamo who, as said in one classic tweet, does not get out of bed for touchdowns less than 40 yards.
AUSTIN — Texas accomplished a lot on Saturday.
AUSTIN — Texas should have known better.
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Then Rutgers head coach Mike Rice calls out to his team Tuesday, March 12, 2013, during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game against DePaul at the Big East Conference tournament, in New York. Rice was fired in early April 2013 for screaming at his players, calling them names, and kicking and shoving them.
ABILENE — All that was missing were the flat-top haircuts as Mary Hardin-Baylor went old-school against Hardin-Simmons and put an old-fashioned beat down on the Cowboys.
BELTON — It’s rivalry week for No. 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor, although the Crusaders’ annual American Southwest Conference showdown with Hardin-Simmons has lost some of its luster in recent years.
WACO — After Baylor completed its latest home trouncing Saturday, a 71-7 rout of Iowa State, the public address announcer notified the Floyd Casey crowd that the Bears were bowl eligible for the fourth straight season — an announcement that elicited hardly any celebration from the players, save a dancing Tevin Reese, one of the last players to leave the field.
WACO — With top-10 teams falling across the nation, No. 12 Baylor entered its homecoming game against Iowa State determined not to join the list of victims.
BELTON — Punched in the mouth early, No. 2 Mary Hardin-Baylor responded and survived some self-inflicted wounds to push its regular-season winning streak to an even 40.
TJ Simmons rushed for 276 yards and a pair of touchdowns Tuesday to lead the Manor eighth-grade A-team Rams to a 37-0 victory over Audie Murphy.
Jaquan Tillis scored three touchdowns as the Eastern Hills eighth-grade A-team Panthers roared to a 32-2 halftime lead en route to a 38-9 win Tuesday at Manor, their second straight win to start conference play.
WACO — The scoreboard lit up again, records fell again, and starters barely played in the second half again — only this one counted in the standings.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.