Another domino fell this week as the coronavirus pandemic continues to cause problems for sports on the local, college and professional levels. The latest adjustments impact junior college athletics across the country, including three Temple College programs.
Temple College athletic director Craig McMurtry said Amber Taylor exhibited genuine enthusiasm while explaining her desire to lead the school’s women’s basketball program into its next chapter. That energy among other qualities, McMurtry said, stood out as he and a search committee narrowed a field of nearly 50 applicants.
Twenty-five years after Clifton Ellis left his San Antonio home to play basketball for Temple College and coach Kirby Johnson, he’s returning to succeed the recently retired Johnson as the Leopards’ leader.
Without any live events during these stressful times, the Telegram sports staff hopes to provide readers over the coming weeks with the next best thing — memories of some of the area’s best games from the last decade.
Kim Sebek didn’t know what her future held when she first arrived at Temple College. Stepping into her first collegiate women’s basketball head coaching position, Sebek didn’t see herself spending the next two decades guiding the Lady Leopards, becoming synonymous with the program and a stap…
McLennan Community College rolled into Temple College on Wednesday and immediately exhibited why the Highlanders are ranked 10th in NJCAA Division I.
Alexis Hamilton was hard to miss during Temple College’s doubleheader against Weatherford on Saturday afternoon.
Powerful baseball programs McLennan and Grayson challenge for the Northern Texas Junior College Athletic Conference championship seemingly every year, so it will be surprising if the 11th-ranked Highlanders and the No. 13 Vikings don’t end up grabbing half of the league’s four NJCAA Region V…
ABILENE — R.J. Mason made his second 3-pointer of the game, and Temple College led sixth-ranked Clarendon by three 7½ minutes into the teams’ NJCAA Region V Tournament men’s basketball quarterfinal at Moody Coliseum.
Kadie Berlin-George was candid following Temple College’s doubleheader Wednesday afternoon. The first-year Lady Leopards softball head coach didn’t mince words when it came to her takeaway from TC’s performance following a two-game sweep of North Central Texas to open Northern Texas Junior C…
The win itself was important. Temple College entered Saturday afternoon knowing that a home victory over Southwestern Christian would clinch the Leopards’ 10th consecutive berth in the NJCAA Region V Tournament and their 20th postseason trip in 21 years.