The Texas High School Bowling Club state tournament that was set to begin Saturday was canceled, another sports event affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Jesus Encarnacion understands Shoemaker might not accomplish its goal.
The outlook is grim.
Jerry Edwards is planning for everything.
Shamir Bogues’ career at Ellison is over, but he knows the program’s future remains bright.
Kye Robertson overcame cancer, but he is helpless against the coronavirus.
As in most of his athletic endeavors, Lampasas’ Ace Whitehead made a difference Thursday in the inaugural Johnny “Lam” Jones Relays.
LAMPASAS — Last year, Lampasas proved something to itself. Now, the Badgers intend to prove it to others.
BELTON — Keagan Wolfe didn’t record a hit Tuesday night for the Belton Tigers. That didn’t stop him, however, from having the key at-bat in a District 12-6A nail-biter against Killeen at Tiger Field.
TEMPLE — Less than 24 hours after facing one of District 12-6A’s elite softball teams, the Temple Tem-Cats were back in action to face off against the team that has the longest playoff drought in the district.
COPPERAS COVE — The outcome was not disappointing, but the effort was.
Sierra Brooks felt a burden.
BELTON — Spring break softball in the rain? Seven entertaining innings later, the Tem-Cats and Lady Tigers said, sure, no problem.
Copperas Cove’s Anissa Amaro highlighted a seven-run first inning with a grand slam and the Lady Dawgs cruised to a 12-1 run-rule victory on Monday in Waco.
Sophomore Alex Pierce recorded a hat trick, and senior David Chavez added two goals to lead the Salado Eagles to a 5-2 win at Lampasas on Monday in District 27-4A action.
Copperas Cove's Alyssa Arnold is set to defend her state powerlifting championship.
DALLAS — It was an unusual situation, and it led to an unexpected outcome.
DALLAS — Shamir Bogues’ mind was made up.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Copperas Cove’s Bianca Dudley buried the sudden-death shootout goal in the left side of the net past Harker Heights goalkeeper Brooke Frierson, giving the Lady Bulldawgs two key points after a 1-1 draw with the Lady Knights on Friday.
BELTON — With a playoff spot already locked up, the objective Friday night for Belton was to remain in position to win their second straight District 12-6A title.
TEMPLE — One week after pitching a no-hitter to open District 12-6A play, Aaron Wagaman was back on the hill eager to match his early brilliance.
HILLSBORO — Nehemiah Nuckolls expected to have a strong showing, and so did his coach.
COPPERAS COVE — A hat trick from Waco Midway’s Italia Vega gave the Pantherettes the edge over the Copperas Cove Lady Bulldawgs in a 5-2 win Friday night.
Lampasas’ Bre Quarles broke a 2-2 tie in the fifth inning with a run-scoring single and the Lady Badgers went on to beat Canyon Lake 5-2 on Friday in the Marble Falls tournament.
WHITNEY — In the fourth quarter, Harker Heights’ offense evaporated along with the Lady Knights’ hopes of a state championship.
BELTON — Aaron Wagaman has been pitching since he was 9 years old, but nothing the Temple junior right-hander has ever done on a mound can top what he achieved in Tuesday night’s season and District 12-6A baseball opener at rival Belton.
TEMPLE — For Le-Net Franklin getting a victory in her home coaching debut was nice, but what was far better was getting the Temple Tem-Cats picking up their first District 12-6A win.
BELTON — Kirsten Bush watched her shot from close range sail high over the crossbar and out of bounds, an all too familiar result for the Belton Lady Tigers against the Temple Lady Wildcats. The junior forward didn’t think a chance for redemption would come so soon, but then again, a lot of …
Salado's Kaia Philen hit a 3-pointer with 15 seconds remaining to break a 51-51 tie and the Lady Eagles held off Rusk 54-51 on Tuesday at Dripping Springs High School to advance to the Region IV-4A Tournament.
GLEN ROSE — Shamir Bogues understands exactly what is at stake — everything.
Ellison has a state wrestling champion for the second straight year.
ITALY — Harker Heights held just two leads, but it was all the Lady Knights needed to advance.
ITALY — An uncharacteristic start to the game led to a disappointing end to the season.
Eli Pittman scored 16 points and the Salado Eagles beat the Lampasas Badgers 66-52 Friday at Killeen High in a winner-take-all tiebreaker for the final District 27-4A playoff spot.
BELTON — The Belton Tigers are in a groove and aren’t looking for a way out. In fact, as the blowout wins continue to pile up, they hope to keep grooving their way to a district title.
The Memorial Christian Lady Warriors bowling team wrapped up a berth at the regional tournament with a 14-3 victory over Killeen on Tuesday at Killeen Bowlerama.
Ellison wrestlers Valerie Ramos, Marisol Lopez, Alexis Hanks and Eamonn Jimenez each won their first two matches Friday and advanced to today’s semifinals in the Class 6A state wrestling tournament in Cypress.
Lampasas’ Jack Jerome and Case Brister swept the top honors at the Lago Vista powerlifting meet and helped the Badgers claim the team championship on Thursday.
GLEN ROSE — Ryan Ocheskey waited for it to occur.
ROUND ROCK — All night long the Wimberley Lady Texans did all they could Tuesday night to slow down Kaia Philen and the Salado Lady Eagles.
Belton’s Hannah Kelly tossed a five-inning perfect game as the Lady Tigers routed Copperas Cove 15-0 in Tuesday’s season and District 12-6A opener in Copperas Cove.
AUSTIN – Mark Myers saw everything he wants his team to become on the opposite end of the court.
District 27-4A volleyball offensive player of the year Landry Rogers of Salado is among 25 area athletes selected to play in June's Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star games.
Harker Heights swimmer Timothy Brooks finished sixth in the 100-yard butterfly consolation final, and 14th overall, in Saturday’s Class 6A state swim meet at the University of Texas.