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Temple Relays return on Friday

After a two year hiatus do to various scheduling conflicts, the Temple Relays returns this Friday. Wildcat Stadium will once again host their annual track & field meet invitational with a six team field competing. Along with both the Temple boys and girls teams, squads from Belton, Copperas Cove, Brownwood, Cedar Park and Round Rock

Temple Baseball Tournament Starts on Thursday

The Temple baseball team will host a varsity baseball tournament beginning Thursday at Hallford Field and various other locations. The Tournament begins on Thursday and runs through Saturday. Temple (5-3-1) will play six games in three days in a field which includes Boerne, Killeen, Killeen Ellison, Magnolia West, Pflugerville and Round Rock McNeil. Along with

Wildcats come to life, defeat Hutto 3-1

The Temple boys soccer team was mired in a scoring drought the past two weeks. The Wildcats had failed to score a goal in their last four games and were in danger of not making the playoffs. However, needing a win or a tie, Andres Martinez broke the scoring drought midway in the second half

Lady Wildcats tie Hutto 1-1, secure playoff berth

HUTTO – The Temple girls soccer team secured a District 17-5A playoff berth on Tuesday night with a 1-1 draw with Hutto. Temple got a goal from Marissa Medrano just three minutes into the second half to take a 1-0 lead. Hutto tied the game five minutes later on a penalty kick. Destinee Byars recorded

New book spotlights Temple, Cameron football lore

A lifelong interest and curiosity about the success of your hometown high school football team doesn’t typically manifest itself into writing a book about it. Rarer still is that the book would extend far beyond the success of your favorite team to 11 others including Temple and Cameron. Byron “Putt” Riddle began the challenge of compiling

Smith, Curtis lead Wildcats to 2nd place finish at Ranger Relays

SPRING BRANCH – Led by strong first place performances from Davion Curtis and Quintin Smith, the Temple Boys Track & Field team took second place at the Ranger Relays on Saturday. The Wildcats got first place finishes from Curtis in the 100 meters, Smith in the 300 hurdles and the 4X200 relay team, to collect

Tem-Cats take 6th at Ranger Relays

Spring Branch – The Tem-Cat Track & Field team took 6th place on Saturday at the Ranger Relays hosted by Smithson valley High School. The Tem-Cats earned four second place finishes on the day. Tiffani Mays got second in the 200 meter dash in a time of 26.45. Mays time was just short of the winning

Wildcats win two at KISD Tourney

KILLEEN – Temple finished the second day of the Killeen ISD baseball tournament with a pair of victories on Saturday. Temple defeated former district opponent Killeen Ellison 2-1 in their opener and came back later to knock off Lorena 8-4. Temple had a successful weekend as they went 3-0-1 in their four games in the tournament.

Lady Wildcats fall to Elgin 1-0

The Temple Lady Wildcats were looking to move past Elgin on Friday night into third place in District 17-5A. However, a late Elgin goal gave the visitors and 1-0 win over the Temple Lady Wildcats. Temple played well for most of the night however with 4:02 remaining, Elgin’s Calista Pena was able to gain control

Wildcats shut out at Elgin

ELGIN – The Temple boys soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss to Elgin on Friday night. With the loss, Temple falls to 7-8-5 overall and 4-4-2 in district play. Temple played well defensively for a majority of the night as Elgin tallied the winning goal with just 3:30 remaining in the match. The Wildcats have