FLORENCE — The Goldthwaite Eagles beat the Florence Buffaloes 34-3 on Friday at Stampede Stadium by dominating on the ground offensively and not giving up much on defense.
Since an eye-opening five-win season in 2016 that saw Florence playing for a district championship in the final week of the regular season, the Buffaloes have been in steady decline.
SALADO — As to be expected with the first volleyball match of a season, the Salado Lady Eagles came out a little bit nervous, with back-to-back hitting errors on offense to fall into a quick hole against the Florence Lady Buffaloes.
BELTON — Three months after they had their senior seasons taken from them by an invisible yet potent force out of their control, Rogers’ Trevor Glaser and Troy’s Kyle Torres were serendipitously reunited on the diamond Friday afternoon.
For the first time since mid-March, area baseball players will lace up their cleats and don a uniform, some of them for the final time.
It was a tough 2020 season for the Florence boys soccer team, but better days appear to be on the horizon.
When the UIL announced on April 17 that it was canceling the rest of the spring sports calendar because of the coronavirus pandemic, it was not just the end of Salado star Madison Spradlin’s sterling season.
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.
It seems like a small change, but the reverberations will be felt from the season’s beginning to end.
Killeen ISD experienced another impressive year filled with athletic achievements.
Madisen Jean Honea scored 20 points and the Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs rallied from a rough start to beat Round Rock McNeil 57-47 for their eighth straight win to start the season.
With less than two weeks remaining in the regular season, every match matters to District 12-6A’s top four programs.
After winning three consecutive games, Harker Heights looks to continue climbing up the District 12-6A standings tonight, but it will not be easy.
Copperas Cove can win its eighth consecutive match, clinch a playoff berth and potentially claim first place in the District 12-6A standings tonight, but it will not be easy.
Copperas Cove’s playoff hopes could be on the line tonight, when the Bulldawgs travel to play Waco.
The final push for the volleyball playoffs begins tonight in District 12-6A.
Several area football teams enter tonight still searching for their first victory of the year.
Copperas Cove and Killeen will reignite their rivalry tonight at Leo Buckley Stadium, and they will have more on the line than just pride.
Two weeks ago, the football season started. Tonight, the playoff race begins for District 12-6A.
The District 12-6A volleyball race continues tonight with several key match-ups on the schedule.
Several area football teams will be looking to earn their first victory tonight, including Copperas Cove.
The wait is finally over.
After weeks of practice and months of anticipation, the high school football season has arrived, and Killeen is taking immediate advantage.
FLORENCE — Katrina Thoms is maturing.
Numerous area teams will take part in their final scrimmages today before opening the season next week.
FLORENCE — Whitney Doyen learned something about her team.
After two weeks of practices, Florence, Salado, Gatesville and Lampasas are prepared to compete against new faces.
FLORENCE — Lampasas and Florence battled for the Silver bracket championship on Saturday in the Stampede Showdown tournament, hosted by the Lady Buffaloes.
That essential summer reading for so many football fans in the Lone Star State is about to get underway in earnest this week.
The Ellison Eagles were ready to play Game 2 of their best-of-three baseball playoff series Friday night against Rockwall-Heath.