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Wildcats Fall To #8 In State Poll

The Temple Wildcats fell to #8 in the latest Associated Press Class 5A poll. Temple (1-1) dropped a 28-17 decision to Class 6A’s  #11 ranked Austin Westlake. Temple will try to bounce back this Friday as they host Bryan (1-1) at Wildcat Stadium. Last years scheduled game was cancelled due to weather in the Bryan area.

Little Wildcat Cheer Camp Registration

The 2015 Little Wildcat Cheer Camp is scheduled to be held on Saturday, September 19, 2015. The camp will be held at the Temple High School Gym from 9:00-12:00. Pre-Kindergarten thru 5th Grade Temple High School Gym Check in Saturday, September 19 begins @ 8:30 am and Late Registration will open @ 8:00 am Join

Westlake QB carries Chaps past Wildcats

Temple coach Mike Spradlin likes his football team. He likes the Wildcats’ effort, defensive performance, special teams play and the offense’s improvement from the season opener at Round Rock to the home-opener showdown with Austin Westlake. The primary problem for the Wildcats on Friday night at Wildcat Stadium was that Westlake had play-making quarterback Sam

Tem-Cat Volleyball Round-Up At Ft. Worth Brewer

FT. WORTH – The Tem-Cat volleyball teams traveled to Ft. Worth on Friday to face Ft. Worth Brewer in their final non-district contest of the year. The Tem-Cat varsity fell to Brewer in four games while the junior varsity and freshman blue teams picked up wins. In the varsity game, Temple (6-9) fell in four games

Wildcats defeat Shoemaker In Team Tennis

The Temple High School tennis team defeated Killeen Shoemaker on Thursday night in non-district action by a score of 11-8. It was the first victory over a non-district opponent in four years and the first over a Class 6A size school in three years. The winners in Thursday nights matches were: Boys: 1 singles: John

Temple’s Graham takes care of business on, off field

Scary: Temple defensive end Taquon Graham stands 6-foot-3, weighs a lean, muscular 240 pounds and runs the 40-yard dash in faster than 4.7 seconds. More scary: Graham, District 17-5A’s reigning Defensive Newcomer of the Year, is a junior and won’t turn 17 until Dec. 1. Even scarier: The reaction of Graham’s mother, Forestine Thompson, if

Freshman Football Splits Games With Westlake

The Temple freshman football teams split a pair of games on Thursday night at Wildcat Stadium. The Freshman White team fell to Austin Westlake by a score of 31-12 while the Freshman Blue team defeated Westlake 18-7. In the Freshman White game, Westlake jumped out to a 31-0 halftime lead. However, the Wildcats got a

Wildcats want to get more offensive

Temple racked up eye-popping totals of 1,441 yards and 121 points in its final two games of 2014, so coach Mike Spradlin wasn’t very happy after his Wildcats mustered only 206 yards and 23 points — and nine of those points came from special teams — in last Friday’s season opener at Round Rock. However,

Freshman Volleyball Rallies Past Ellison

The Tem-Cat Freshman Volleyball team rallied from a Game 1 loss to come back and defeat Killeen Ellison on Tuesday night by a score of 23-25, 25-20, 25-21. In the final game, Temple trailed for much of the first half. However, after taking a 15-14 lead, the Tem-Cats were able to hold off the Lady

Wildcat Boys Tennis Has Solid Day At Cove

COPPERAS COVE – The Temple tennis team fell to Copperas Cove on Thursday in team tennis however, several boys had good showings against a good Copperas Cove team. In #1 Doubles: John Swords and Akash Ramanathan won their match 6-2,6-2. Boys singles is where Temple found success with #1 singles player John Swords winning his match