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Connally shuts down Lady Wildcats

The Temple Lady Wildcats were shut down by current district leader Pflugerville Connally by a score of 6-0. Temple found it difficult most of the night to gather any offensive momentum as Connally currently ranked No. 6 in the state was able to maintain possession for most of the evening. The Lady Cougars built a

Wildcat clipped at Connally 1-0

AUSTIN – The Temple boys soccer team dropped another hard fought contest on the road Tuesday night as they fell to Pflugerville Connally 1-0. Connally scored their lone goal of the night with 10 minutes left before halftime. With the loss, Temple falls to 7-7-5 overall and 4-2-2 in district play. Temple will host district

Tem-Cats fall at Gatesville 13-3

GATESVILLE – Despite five hits, the Tem-Cat softball team fell to Gatesville 13-3 on Tuesday. E Edmiston got the win for Gatesville. She allowed three runs over five innings. She struck out eight, walked one and surrendered five hits. S Mcmichael, K Wright, Edmiston and B McGhee helped lead Gatesville H.S. They combined for 12 hits and nine

Wildcat Track takes second at Bulldawg Relays

COPPERAS COVE – The Temple boys track & field team opened the 2015 season with a second place finish on Saturday at the Copperas Cove Relays. Temple got second place finishes in all three relays along with Quintin Smith in the 110 and 300 hurdles. Temple finished the meet with 79 points, one point in

Mays leads Tem-Cat track in season opener

COPPERAS COVE – The Temple Girls Track & Field team participated in their first meet of the season and with the second place finish of Tiffani in the 200 meters, the Tem-Cats, were able to finish in seventh place at the 17 team Copperas Cove Bulldawg Relays. Mays ran a time of 26.26 in the 200

Wildcat Swim finishes strong at state meet

AUSTIN – Following a disappointing day on Friday when Temple failed to advance a swimmer to the finals, the Temple swim team bounced back to have a successful day on Saturday at the consolation finals of the State Swimming and Diving Championships. In the final standings, the boy’s team finished 28th overall with a total of 22.5 points

Brownsville tops Temple on final day of Bryan tourney

The Tem-Cat Softball team lost 17-7 to Brownsville Saturday at Bryan despite Melanie Thunander’s and Isela Arizmendi’s  three-hit day at the dish. The Tem-Cats closed the tournament with an 0-5 record. Thunander had a busy day at the plate, collecting two extra-base hits. She tripled in the first inning, doubled in the third inning, and

Wildcats battle Manor to 0-0 draw

The Temple boys soccer team dominated the visiting Manor Mustangs in almost every area of the game except one, the scoreboard. The result was a 0-0 tie between the two teams. With the tie, Temple (7-6-5, 4-1-2)  fell to third place in District 17-5A behind Waco and University. Temple defensively limited Manor to few offensive

Lady Wildcats shutout Manor 2-0

MANOR – The Temple Lady Wildcats opened the second half of District 17-5A play on Friday with a 2-0 victory at Manor. Temple was fueled by a pair of goals from Marissa Medrano while goal keeper Destinee Byars picked up the shutout in goal. Byars registered her fourth shutout in district play. The victory improves

Tem-Cats find offense late but fall in Bryan tourney

The Temple softball team was able to find its offensive groove late on Friday however it was not enough as they dropped two games in the Bryan tournament. Temple fell to San Angelo Central 13-2 in their opener and 15-6 to San Antonio Johnson 15-6. In the first game of the day, Temple picked up