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Tem-Cats defeat Killeen

The Tem-Cat volleyball team defeated Killeen on Friday night by a score of 25-9, 25-19, 25-21 in District 12-6A action. The win raised Temple’s record to 5-7 on the season trailing Killeen Ellison 8-3 for fourth place in district. Temple breezed past Killeen in the first match but needed a rally in the final match

Tennis playoff match has venue change

ENNIS- Due to possible rain in the forecast, the Bi- District tennis playoff match between Temple and Longview has been relocated to another venue. Temple will face Longview on Monday, October 14th at 9:00 am in the Ennis Tennis Indoor Facility in Ennis. Good Luck Wildcat Tennis! Ennis Indoor Tennis Facility 2500 Yorkstown Dr. Ennis,

Temple keeps momentum with 56-27 win over Killeen

The arrival of blustery, misty weather at Wildcat Stadium on Friday night did nothing to cool off senior quarterback Vance Willis and Temple’s red-hot offense. And with star junior running back Kadarius Marshall and North Texas-committed defensive tackle Ta’Shoyn Johnson missing the game because of injuries, the struggling Killeen Kangaroos simply didn’t have the firepower

JV Football tops Killeen 37-28

KILLEEN – The Temple junior varsity football teams combined to take on Killeen High on Thursday night in Killeen and the Wildcats came away with a 37-28 victory over the Kangaroos. Humbert Arizmendi accounted for four Temple touchdowns by rushing for two and tossing two; one to Zander Kelm and Gerardo Gonzales. Tr’Darius Taylor also

Hernandez claims 1st Place at the Pro-Fit Invitational

The Wildcat and  Tem-Cat Varsity Cross Country teams finished 3rd and 6th respectively at the Pro-Fit Last Chance Invitational. Leading the Wildcats was gold medalist, Chuey Hernandez, who finished in a time of 16:16.  Medalists Tyson Tamez and Luis Rojas also secured top ten finishes with Tamez finishing fourth in a time of 16:42 and

McDuffy catching on among Temple’s talented receiving corps

His legal name is Frederick Leroyal McDuffy. Some people might know him as AJ Freeman. He’s listed on Temple’s football roster as AJ McDuffy, a junior wide receiver wearing No. 3. If you attend a Wildcats practice, you might hear him called “Johnny Six Names” or “JSN” for short. But by making four touchdown receptions

Wildcat Tennis Bi-District Playoff Information

CORSICANA – The Wildcat Tennis team will open the 2019 UIL State Playoffs on Monday, October 14 vs. Longview High School. The match will be played at Corsicana High School beginning at 3:30 pm. Good Luck Wildcats!

Travis boys cross country results from the South Belton Invitational

BELTON – The Travis  Mustang 7th and 8th grade cross country teams participated in their final tuneup before district by competing in the South Belton Invitational on Wednesday. Julian Jimenez had the lone runner on the day for the Mustangs in the 8th grade division as he placed 10th out of 28 runners. Jimenez’s time for the 2 mile course

Travis girls cross country results from South Belton

BELTON – The Travis Lady Mustang 7th and 8th grade cross country teams participated in their final tuneup before district by competing in the South Belton Invitational on Wednesday.Rebecca Terry had the top performance on the day for the Lady Mustangs in the 8th grade division as she placed 14th out of 86 runners. Terry’s time for the 2

Temple gears up for Kangaroos

There are enough difficult times that come with each season, so the good times should be enjoyed and celebrated. Such is the case right now for the Temple Wildcats halfway through their regular season. They beat rival Belton 66-34 last Friday night at jam-packed Tiger Field. The Wildcats have defeated the Tigers in four consecutive