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TEMPLE — First-place Temple left no room for doubt or for Shoemaker’s usually high-powered offense Friday night and sent a homecoming crowd home happy after a thorough 60-15 rout at Wildcat Stadium.

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AUSTIN — Case Brister scored five touchdowns for Lampasas, but the Badgers still couldn't keep up with top-ranked Austin LBJ, losing 88-42 in a battle for the outright 13-4A-D1 lead on Friday at Nelson Field.

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Seth Morgan hauled in two touchdown grabs, and Belton’s defense shut out Ellison in the second half as the Tigers posted a 22-12 comeback win over the Eagles in a District 12-6A match Thursday night at Leo Buckley Stadium.

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Harker Heights and Shoemaker took Leo Buckley Stadium patrons on a 3-hour thrill ride Friday that finally ended when Terrance Carter ran in for a two-point conversion in overtime to send the Knights to a 57-56 victory.

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BELTON — Temple capitalized with its special teams early, forced a pair of turnovers and used a strong run defense to stymie Belton in a 50-15 win in a District 12-6A matchup between the Bell County rivals Friday at Tiger Field.

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SALADO — Salado coach Alan Haire will never be remembered for his dancing skills. But when his Eagles put on as solid an all-around performance as they did Friday night against the Waco Connally Cadets, he will proudly show them off.

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COPPERAS COVE — It had been nearly a year to the date — 364 days to be exact — since the last time the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs walked off the field victorious. Friday night, they did just that, snapping a 12-game losing streak dating back to last year with a commanding, 56-33 win over the Ki…

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Temple got off to a fast start and sputtered for significant stretches yet ultimately withstood a sturdy test from host Ellison 56-27 on Thursday night in a wild District 12-6A outing At Leo Buckley Stadium.

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Trailing 23-20 and facing a second-and-goal from the 10-yard line, Ellison Eagles quarterback Kason Sims found a hole and kept it himself, fighting for the final few yards into the end zone for a walk-off win in the second overtime period Friday evening against the Killeen Kangaroos.

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BELTON — Belton forced six turnovers and got an 18-yard touchdown run from Javier Luna in overtime to earn a hard-fought 21-14 win over Bryan on Friday night at Tiger Field.

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TEMPLE — With Lake Belton’s football game against Llano called off this week, a large number of Lake Belton football players joined a huge home crowd donning their camouflage at the newly refinished Lake Belton gym Friday night to watch the volleyball team go Duck hunting.