KILLEEN — Just for the record, the old defensive coach inside Temple fourth-year head coach Scott Stewart never is going to be happy after his team allows 38 points, 477 yards and 25 first downs.
TROY — The path to the District 10-3A-I crown now looks a lot clearer for the Troy Trojans than it did at the start of the season.
BELTON — Whether it was by intention or coincidence, Mary Hardin-Baylor assistant coach Jack Johnson perfectly summarized the learning curve for a college defensive player while talking about junior linebacker Akeem Jackson.
KILLEEN — Running back Kadarius Marshall returned to Killeen’s lineup after a one-game absence and rushed for 139 yards, quarterback James Terry passed for one score and ran for another, and the Kangaroos posted a 44-17 victory over Belton on Thursday night at Leo Buckley Stadium.
Jayven Taylor is a car guy. The Temple junior’s favorite class is automotive technology, in which he spends two periods each day working on vehicles. He changes the oil in his family’s two cars, is considering a career in the auto repair industry and eventually wants to purchase, rebuild and…
WACO — Some streaks continued while others ended Thursday at the District 12-6A cross country meet, during which Temple head coach David Melvin said times were off the charts around the Heart of Texas Soccer Complex’s 3-mile course.
LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — Paul Williams wasn’t sure what to think when he learned that an Austin-area receiver was going to spend his senior season playing for Academy. The second-year head coach was told the incoming player was quiet, hard-working, football-obsessed and possessed size and tale…
The Temple Wildcats are riding a five-game winning streak. They’re tied for the District 12-6A lead with Hewitt Midway at 4-0. Temple’s last two games, against Belton and Killeen, have been decided by an average of 30.5 points, with the Wildcats’ offense producing 572.5 yards per game in those two.
BELTON — Multi-tasking is one attribute Tanner Holman said he has honed during his years of playing football, juggling the sport, school and life at home along the way.
FRISCO — Before scoring touchdowns on five straight possessions and cruising to a comfortable win over the New York Giants in the opener on their way to a 3-0 start, Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys stalled on their opening drive and fell behind.
What’s better than a bunch of bags stuffed full of senior night gifts and goodies? How about walking out of Wildcat Gym with all of that swag plus a thrilling victory on top?