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Temple-Harker Heights tickets on sale

Tickets for Thursday nights Temple Harker Heights game at Leo Buckley Stadium in Killeen are now on sale! Tickets are on sale at the link below. Get you tickets and support the Wildcats as they take on the Knights in a crucial District 12-6A matchup. Temple/Harker Heights Ticket Link

Live streaming of Wildcat Stadium and Wildcat Gym via the NFHS Network

  The Temple Athletic Department is pleased to announce we have partnered with the National Federation High School Network to live stream athletic events held at Wildcat Stadium and Wildcat Gym. Although, we would enjoy seeing you support our teams in person, www.nfhsnetwork.com has set up cameras to catch the games played at these two venues if

Bonham 7th grade football wins two at Copperas Cove

The Bonham 7th grade football teams traveled to Copperas Cove on Monday to take on Copperas Cove Junior High. Playing in a cold and windy Bulldawg Stadium, the Bulldogs came away with two victories over the host team. The “A” team defeated Copperas Cove by a score of 29-0. Standout players for the Bulldogs were offensive players Mikah Boldin and Ramauhn

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 26 – Nov 01

Oct 26 7th Grade Bonham B Football at Copperas Cove 5:00 pm | Copperas Cove Bulldawg Stadium Oct 26 7th Grade Lamar B Football vs. Belton M.S. 5:00 pm | Woodson Field Oct 26 7th Grade Travis B Football vs. North Belton 5:00 pm | Bonham Middle School Oct 26 7th Grade Travis A Football

Travis Boys Athletics Weekly Itinerary for October 26-30

Check out this weekly itinerary for the Travis boys athletics this week. Oct. 26th(Monday)- 8th grade- Morning practice- 6:30-8:20 am/ Report at 6:15 am Remote learner athletes will report for morning practice and will need to be picked up off of South 19th St. at 8:30 am 7th grade- Game Day- vs. North Belton Middle

Freshman Football A/B Honor Roll

Congratulations to the following freshman football players who earned recognition on the Temple High School A/B Honor Roll for the first 6 weeks of the school year! Logan Ash Ernesto Avila Gabriel Beatty Jaqoun Butler Devn Jackson Jack Justice Kayden King Ethan Magana Seth Martinez Mason Mills Andrevion Moore Manajh Peoples Connor Rousey Marquis Russell

Wildcat Cross Country takes 4th at the Belton Invitational

The Wildcat Varsity Cross Country team finished 4th at the Belton Invitational held at Wildflower CC. Medalist Tyson Tamez finished 5th in a time of 16:38 while Freshman Seth Orf finished 20th in a time of 17:47. Rounding out the scoring for the Wildcats were D’Andre Jackson(23rd), Keeran Butler(26th), and Austin Madsen(33rd). Other finishers were

Tem-Cat Cross Country takes 3rd at the Belton Invitational

The Tem-Cat Varsity Cross Country team placed 3rd at the Belton Invitational held at Wildflower CC. Leading the charge for the Tem-Cats were medalists Rebecca Terry and Sofia Garcia.  Terry finished 9th in a time of 21:15 and Garcia finished 12th in a time of 21:18. Completing the scoring for the Tem-Cats were Mallory Dominguez(17th),

JV Boys Cross Country results from the Belton Invitational

The Wildcat Junior Varsity Cross Country team participated in the Belton Invitational held at the Wildflower Country Club on Thursday. The Wildcats took 4th Place in the overall team standings. Joseph Villalabos was the top runner for the Wildcats as he placed 7th. Villalabos completed the 3 mile course in a time of 19:02. Following Villalabos was Makai Cortez 9th (19:18), Julian Jimenez,

JV Girls Cross Country results from the Belton Invitational

The Tem-Cat Junior Varsity Cross Country team participated in the Belton Invitational held at the Wildflower Country Club on Thursday. The Tem-Cats took 6th Place in the overall team standings. Lania Townsend was the top runner for the Tem-Cats as she placed 20th. Townsend completed the 3 mile course in a time of 24:20. Following Townsend was Naomi Ball 29th (25:15), Jaqueline

Sharp games from Arizmendi, Howard, defense propel Temple to 44-7 win over Bryan

Five minutes into the second quarter, Friday night’s matchup of District 12-6A leaders Temple and Bryan was every bit the closely contested battle that both sides anticipated, with the host Wildcats clinging to a 6-0 lead. But only 5 minutes of clock time later, Temple had transformed the showdown into a blowout. Samari Howard‘s 29-yard