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Tem-Cats close out tough road stretch with loss at Bryan

BRYAN – The Tem-Cat volleyball closed out a tough three game road stretch to open Disrict 18-5A play on Friday night with a 25-7, 25-17, 25-19 loss to the Bryan Lady Viking at Viking Gym. The Tem-Cats opened their district slate with three straight road trips to the Brazos valley and unfortunately came away with […]

Tem-Cats fall at Bryan Rudder

The Tem-Cat volleyball team fell to (0-2) in District 18-5A play on Tuesday night with a 25-10, 25-11, 25-16 loss on the road at Bryan Rudder. The Tem-Cats got 6 service points and 3 kills from Carson Ingram, while Juliana Torres added 9 service points, 4 kills and 7 digs. Autumn Dowell chipped in 3 […]

Tem-Cats fall to College Station in 18-5A opener

COLLEGE STATION – The Tem-Cat volleyball team dropped their district 18-5A opener on Friday night to College Station by a score of 25-8, 25-14, 25-14. Mia Ward led the Tem-Cats with 10 assist while Juliana Torres collected 4 kills, 7 digs and Autumn Dowell had 4 kills. Temple (8-9) will travel to Bryan on Tuesday […]

Academy dictates the action in sweep of Temple

Temple and Academy begin their respective district schedules Friday. On Tuesday night, one gained some substantial momentum entering the season’s most important set of matches. The other will have to pick itself back up in a hurry. Class 3A Academy served 5A Temple out of sync from the get-go and kept its hold on the […]

Freshman Volleyball drops match to Heights

The freshman blue volleyball team dropped a three game match to Harker Heights on Friday night at Wildcat Gym. Temple fell to the Scarlet Knights by a score of 25-9, 21-25, 25-10. Nacorria Noble had 2 kills, 3 digs and 5 service points for Temple while Yoseline Hernandez recorded 7 service points, 10 digs and […]

Tem-Cats fall to Harker Heights

The Tem-Cat volleyball team dropped a hard fought three game battle with Harker Heights on Friday night at Wildcat Gym by scores of 27-25, 26-24, 25-18. Temple was led by Autumn Dowell with 10 kills and 5 blocks; Juliana Torres, 8 kills 8 digs and Mia Ward with 26 assist. Temple (8-7) on the season […]

Tem-Cat Volleyball rolls past Huntinton

The Tem-Cat volleyball team completed a 2-0 week on Friday with a convincing 25-12, 25-15, 25-21 victory of Huntington on Friday night at Wildcat Gym. The Tem-Cats were coming off a hard fought five game victory over Killeen on Tuesday came out and dominated their visitors from Huntington early. Ariyan Johnson supplied a solid defense […]

JV Volleyball defeats Killeen

The Temple junior varsity volleyball team defeated Killeen on Tuesday at Wildcat Gym by a score of 25-2, 20-25, 25-11. The Tem-Cats had a great night at the net as Kaitlynn Goode recorded 10 kills, Alisha Nesbitt 9 kills and Alexys Mumford 5 kills. Temple improved their season record to 5-6 and will host Huntington […]

Freshman Volleyball defeats Killeen

The Temple freshman blue volleyball team defeated Killeen in two games on Tuesday night by scores of 25-13, 25-12 and improve their record to 3-3 on the season.   Nacorria Noble recorded 5 kills for Temple and Choice Roberts 6 aces. Te’Aija Taylor also chipped in 3 service points, 3 aces, 1 kill and  Yoseline Hernandez had […]

Temple outlasts Killeen for five-set victory

Temple coach Courtney Mitchell figured the Killeen Lady Kangaroos were going to be hungry Tuesday night when they arrived to face the Tem-Cats. “I knew (Killeen) was going to be aggressive because I knew they were upset,” Mitchell said. “How they played in Gatesville wasn’t their best and I knew they would give us their […]

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