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Travis 7th grade volleyball results at Midway

HEWITT – The Travis Science Academy Lady Mustangs traveled to Hewitt on Thursday night to face Midway. Unfortunately, for the Lady Mustangs, they came up short in a pair of losses to the Pantherettes. The 7th Grade A team fell to Midway 25-8, 25-9, 15-9. The offensive player of the game was Tiana Freeman and

Temple hammers Shoemaker, improves to 2-0 in District 12-6A

KILLEEN — Temple scored 40-plus points for the fourth consecutive game this season, and its starting defense didn’t allow a point for the third straight game. That formula is working out extremely well for the unbeaten Wildcats. De’Jon Overton rushed for 187 yards and three touchdowns in a workhorse performance, Jared Wiley threw first-half touchdown

After scuffling start at Temple, Carlysle makes most of second chance

Like any confident, self-respecting wide receiver, Montavian Carlysle wanted the football to be thrown his way so that he could make plays. But that wasn’t happening in September 2016 during Carlysle’s first three or four games on Temple’s freshman Blue team that featured a potent running game, and he wasn’t happy about it. “I wasn’t

Team tennis tops Harker Heights

The Wildcat Tennis team resumed district play after their bye week by taking on Harker Heights Tuesday night at the Wildcat tennis courts.  In doubles play the Wildcats took an early 4-3 lead with wins at all 3 boys lines and mixed doubles. In singles play the Wildcats added four quick wins from Matt Swords,

Temple preps for winless Shoemaker in search of 4-0 start

The last time Killeen Shoemaker won a football game was Nov. 13, 2015, and the Grey Wolves have absorbed 23 consecutive losses since their 10-7 bi-district playoff victory over Garland Sachse three years ago. Although Shoemaker (0-2) has scored only seven points in each game this season, Temple coach Scott Stewart doesn’t see a struggling

Travis 8th grade football blanks South Belton

The Travis Science Academy Mustangs 8th grade football teams won a pair of games on Tuesday night at Woodson Field in shutout fashion over South Belton with the white team winning 33-0 and the green team winning 36-0. In the green teams 36-0 win over South Belton, offensive standouts for Travis were D’Arius Wilkerson 70 yd.

Tem-Cats fall at Ellison

KILLEEN – The Tem-Cat volleyball team dropped a District 12-6A match to Killeen Ellison on Tuesday night by a score of 25-22, 25-16, 25-21. Juliana Torres led the Tem-Cats in kills and blocks with 7 and 6 respectively to go along with 3 aces. Autumn Dowell had a team high 3 blocks to go along

Lamar 7th grade football splits with North Belton

The Lamar Bearcats split a pair of games on Monday night at Woodson Field with North Belton. The Lamar B team fell to North Belton 19-0 but the Lamar A team defeated North Belton by a score of 19-0. The Lamar Bearcats A team used a solid offensive and defensive performance to earn their first

Travis 7th grade football earns a pair of shutouts at South Belton

BELTON  – The Travis Science Academy Mustangs swept a pair of games from South Belton on Monday night with the Green team winning 40-0 and the white team winning 27-0. The Mustang green team defeated South Belton 40-0. Outstanding offensive standouts for Travis were Manajh Peoples 1 yd TD run, Bryce President 1 yd TD run,

Tamez leads Travis boys cross country

Congratulation to the Travis Science Academy boys and girls cross country team for competing in the Jarrell meet on Saturday. Special congratulation goes to Tyson Tamez who placed 1st overall in the boys junior high division, also placing in the top 10 were Anthony Soto with a 6th place finish and Jesaiah Hernandez with a