The University Interscholastic League has amended its previous suspension of activities in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic but held off, for now, canceling what’s yet to be finished.
Temple’s girls soccer team walked off the Wildcat Stadium turf March 6 after a 2-0 victory over Waco. It was a third straight win for the Lady Wildcats that put them in a tie for third place in District 12-6A and essentially one triumph away from clinching a playoff spot.
AUSTIN — In response to the coronavirus pandemic and the state’s increased efforts to stem the spread, the University Interscholastic League on Thursday extended its suspension of all UIL sanctioned competitions by more than a month, announcing the earliest high schools can resume games, mee…
BELTON — Keagan Wolfe didn’t record a hit Tuesday night for the Belton Tigers. That didn’t stop him, however, from having the key plate appearance in a District 12-6A nail-biter against Killeen at Tiger Field.
BELTON — Spring break softball in the rain? Seven entertaining innings later, the Tem-Cats and Lady Tigers said, sure, no problem.
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.
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 against rival Belton.
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 on Tuesday night. The junior forward didn’t think a chance for redemption would come so soon, but then…
Temple finished last season one spot shy of the playoffs and wants to improve on that fifth-place showing in head coach Dallas Robertson’s second year in charge.
Coming off the program’s 23rd straight postseason appearance, Belton will look to continue that streak with more starting underclassmen than head coach Mark Krueger has grown accustom to utilizing.
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.