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Wildcats rally to defeat Ellison 11-9

The Wildcat baseball team took a break from district play on Saturday afternoon as they hosted Killeen Ellison at Hallford Field. The Wildcats started slowly erased a 8-2 deficit in the fourth inning to defeat the visiting Eagles 11-9. Temple trailed throughout the contest until the fifth inning when Jonathan Flores doubled on a 3-2 count, scoring

Tem-Cats fall to Bryan in extra innings

BRYAN – The Tem-Cat softball team saw their season come to an end on Friday night with a 9-8 loss to Bryan in extra innings. The Tem-Cats and Lady Vikings traded offensive blows from the fifth inning on but it was a one out, walkoff single in the eighth inning by the Lady Vikings that

Womack, Tem-Cats take 2nd at the Area Meet

WHITEHOUSE – The Tem-Cat varsity track and field team competed in Area Meet at Whitehouse on Thursday with Cienna Womack leading the way for the Tem-Cats The Tem-Cats finished in 2nd Place in the team standings with 110 points and narrowly missed out on the team championship won by Bryan with 113. The top four places in each

Johnson led Wildcats take 5th at the Area Meet

WHITEHOUSE – The Wildcat varsity track and field team competed in Area Meet at Whitehouse on Thursday with Xavier Johnson leading a contingent of Wildcats to the Regional Meet. The Wildcats finished in 5th Place in the team standings with 75 points as Corsicana won the team championship with 113. The top four places in each event qualify for

Wildcats fall to Waco 2-1

WACO – Waco High pushed across two runs in the first inning and held on to defeat Temple by a score of 2-1 on Tuesday night at the Waco ISD Sports Complex. The Lions got a 2 out 2-run single in the first inning from Jacob Pena and solid pitching from Andrew Acierni the remainder

Temple falls to College Station, seeks playoff berth in finale

Temple coach Jessica Harborth has seen a lot of improvement in her team — which features just two seniors on its roster — and hoped it would be good enough to make the playoffs this year. A win in the home finale against College Station, also with just two seniors, on Tuesday would have gone

Sanders leaving Temple; Tem-Cats hoops coach takes job at FW Arlington Heights

Tamarah Sanders sifted through memories Tuesday afternoon in her office located inside Wildcat Gym. There was a stack of old newspaper clippings near one corner, a group of trophies in the center of the room, basketballs here and there, and a few more odds and ends collected over 10 years as Temple’s girls basketball coach.

Temple slips into second place with 2-1 loss to Rudder

Temple and Bryan Rudder lived up to the expect-anything script that’s been prevalent in the series dating back to the teams’ bi-district playoff encounter in 2016 and including the Wildcats’ 4-2 come-from-behind win over their rival March 20 of this season. The Wildcats and Rangers combined for just five hits, nine walks, six hit batters

Temple athletes celebrate college commitments

Thoroughly scouted for a majority of his high school career, there rarely was any doubt in T.J. Rumfield’s mind that he was destined to play Division I baseball. A year from now, that’s exactly what Temple’s senior infielder/pitcher will be doing — unless, of course, he’s a professional by then. In the meantime, Rumfield celebrated

Wildcats top Consolidated 4-2

COLLEGE STATION – The Temple Wildcats picked up a key 18-5A victory on the road Tuesday night as they used a big first inning hit from Jared Wiley and solid pitching from TJ Rumfield to defeat the A&M Consolidated Tigers 4-2. Temple got things going early in the first inning as the first three batters