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Wildcat Swim receives three more call ups to state meet

The Temple Swimming and Diving team received great news Monday morning as two more swimmers were called up to the 2015 State Swimming and Diving Championships. Grant Laughlin (50-Free) and Wesley Johnson (1M-Diving) had already qualified for state on Saturday by finishing in the top two of their events. However, the top 8 fastest times

Pair of Wildcats qualify for state swim meet

COLLEGE STATION – The Temple boys swim team qualified both a swimming and diver on Saturday for the Class 5A State Swimming and Diving Championships which will be held at the University of Texas on February 20-21. In the Class 5A Region V Swimming & Diving Championships held on Saturday at the Texas A&M Natatorium in College Station,

Wildcats falter at Hutto

HUTTO – With the Wildcats fighting for a playoff spot, the Temple boys basketball team dropped a 76-57 decision to fifth place Hutto. The Wildcats and Hippos played even in the first quarter as they were tied at 20. However, an aggressive second quarter by the Hippos led to a 39-28 halftime lead for Hutto.

Tem-Cats fall at Hutto

HUTTO – The Tem-Cat basketball team fell to Hutto by a score of 70-27 on Friday night. The Tem-Cats fell behind early as they trailed 29-5 after the first quarter and 39-11 by halftime. The Tem-Cats were led by Isabella Rodriguez who had a team high 9 points while Kamea McGee had 7. With the

Five Wildcats Sign To Play College Football

  You might expect to see the Temple Wildcats’ 2014 football season in the dictionary under the word “banner”. BANNER: definition: “distinguished from all others especially in excellence” Yes, 2014 was a banner year for the Temple Wildcat football team.  A State Championship appearance and a plethora of individual state honors are the reasons for

Calvillo leads Lady Wildcats past Waco 3-1

The Temple Lady Wildcats picked up a crucial early season home win over Waco High on Tuesday night as Yesenia Calvillo scored a pair of goals to lead the Lady Wildcats past the Lady Lions 3-1. The Lady Wildcats (5-6, 2-1) on the season played a good first half overall keeping solid offensive pressure on

Connally rolls past Temple boys 71-49

The Temple boys basketball team faced a very good Pflugerville Connally team on Tuesday night and played well for much of the first half. Unfortunately, for the Wildcats, the second half was dominated by the visiting Cougars as Temple fell to Connally 71-49. Temple (11-17, 4-5) battling for a playoff berth was hoping to get

Wildcats, Waco end in 1-1 draw

WACO – The Temple boys soccer team faced one of their toughest district foes on Tuesday night in the Waco Lions and after 80 minutes of play, the two teams settled for a 1-1 draw. Waco (1-0-1) used their speed and quickness to strike first with a breakaway goal just before the half giving the

Third quarter surge pushes Connally past Tem-Cats 43-24

The Tem-Cat girls basketball team stayed close with Pflugerville Connally in the first half but a strong third quarter surge by the Lady Cougars propelled the Connally by Temple 43-24. Temple trailed the Lady Cougars by a 14-9 score at the half as the Tem-Cats only managed two points in the second quarter. However, the Lady Cougars outscored

2015 Cheerleading Tryouts Meeting set for February 12

Anyone interested in trying out to be a THS cheerleader or mascot is invited to attend the Cheerleader Information meeting! All material, dates, and requirements for the upcoming year will be reviewed! A parent or guardian must be in attendance! Thursday, February 12, 2014 6:00pm in the 9th grade cafeteria at Temple High School Have