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Wildcats evolve on road to bi-district playoff series

Before Temple had the chance to begin the playoffs, change was required. With chances of rain in the forecast over the next couple days, the Wildcats and Class 5A bi-district opponent Ennis called an audible in efforts to beat the weather and moved Game 1 of their best-of-three series from Friday in Ennis to today

Wildcat soccer players receive postseason honors

Several Wildcat soccer players have received postseason honors following the conclusion of the 2018 season. Congratulations to the following players for  their postseason accolades. Gabriel Castaneda (12th) received 1st Team Waco Tribune Herald Super Cen-Tex Soccer Team Yael Mendoza Duran (12th) received 1st Team Waco Tribune Herald Super Cen-Tex Soccer Team   Gabriel Castaneda (12th)

Tem-Cats finish 11th at the regional track & field championships

HUMBLE – The Tem-Cat track & field season came to an end on Saturday at the Class 5A Region III Championships. The Tem-Cats came up short in search of a state berth but nothing less had a outstanding season of great performances. Rhea Miles had a heartbreaking third place finish in the 400 meters and missed

Hendrickson slips past Temple 6-5 in warm game

Despite an early 3-0 lead in the top of the first inning, the Temple baseball team surrendered 5 runs in the bottom of the first couldn’t recover in a 6-5 loss to Pflugerville Hendrickson on Monday in a warmup game for both teams. Temple tallied 3 runs in the first on a pair of RBI groundouts

Pair of Wildcats advance to the state track meet

HUMBLE – The Temple Wildcat boys track & field team will have two representatives in this years Class 5A UIL State Track & Field Championships. Xavier Johnson and Quentin Johnston advanced to the state meet in the 400 meters and high jump events respectively in this past weeks  Class 5A Region III championships in Humble.

Reed has confidence covered; Temple defensive back doesn’t shy from challenge

Playing cornerback well requires confidence, and Temple’s Markel Reed has it. It isn’t that the Wildcats’ senior-to-be cornerback never makes a mistake or loses a one-on-one battle against a wide receiver. It’s more that the 6-foot-1, 168-pound Reed always remains confident that he’s better than the guy he’s defending. He believes in his ability and

Wildcats top Bryan, take 2nd in district

BRYAN- Despite a rocky first inning, the Temple baseball team got a strong pitching performance from Eli Mendoza to defeat Bryan by a score of 5-4 on Friday night in the regular season finale for both teams. Combined with Bryan Rudder’s 8-3 loss to A&M Consolidated, the Wildcats and Ranger’s finished the season tied for 2nd

Proven winner and leader hired as Temple’s next boys basketball coach

Temple Wildcat Athletics is excited to announce Coach Michael Thomas will join the Temple High School coaching staff as the next Head Boys Basketball Coach.   Coach Thomas brings a progressive vision to continue to grow the Temple Boys Basketball program, adding to this program’s storied history.   Temple ISD Athletic Direct Scott Stewart describes

Temple is excited to welcome Coach Dexter Knox back to the Wildcat Football team

Temple Wildcat Athletics is excited to announce Coach Dexter Knox is returning to the Temple High School Football coaching staff as the Assistant Head Football Coach.   Coach Knox served as Temple’s Football Coaching Staff from 2014-2016, coaching in the 2014 and 2016 UIL 5A Division 1 State Football Championship.   While previously at Temple,

Travis Girls 8th Grade Athletic Awards Announced

The Travis Science Academy 8th Grade girls athletic awards banquet was held on Tuesday night. The night was a celebration of the past seasons accomplishments and many awards were announced to recognize the accomplishments of many of their athletes. Please check out the awards that were presented on Tuesday night. Volleyball A – Team Most