BELTON — For one quarter, the Belton Lady Tigers had Harker Heights coach Shirretha Nelson a little nervous. The rest of the night, her Lady Knights had the Lady Tigers completely flumoxed.
BELTON — The half-court buzzer-beater is usually nothing more than an ill-fated shot causing at best a half-second of excitement as the ball desperately tries to find the net.
In what has become a Temple tradition, a Wildcats senior quarterback is his district’s offensive player of the year.
To say Temple was dominant against Bryan Rudder may be an understatement. The Wildcats forced 30 turnovers, had 12 players score and led by more than 30 points for much of the fourth quarter during a 74-39 win Monday in an early afternoon contest because of the Thanksgiving schedule.
At times demonstrating their potential, Temple and Belton labored through growing pains and tough stretches last season while guided by coaches in their first campaigns with the programs. Those experiences could cultivate upside for the local Class 6A squads this winter as each welcomes back…
BELTON — Coby Trovinger wore No. 15 instead of his usual No. 9 jersey Friday night during Belton’s regular-season finale at Tiger Field.
BELTON — Logan Drake is an avid angler who’s pocketed his share of awards while fishing some of Texas’ lakes as part of the high school tournament circuit.
RaShonta LeBlanc made it clear and kept it concise when explaining what she expects from her team. Entering her second season as head coach of the Temple Tem-Cats, LeBlanc doesn’t seek perfection, but she does want maximum effort out of her players in every practice and every game.