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Softball tryouts set for Friday

Tryouts for the 2018 Tem-Cat Softball teams will be held on Friday January 19th beginning at 4:30 and Saturday, January 20th at 9:00 am. The tryouts will be held at Tem-Cat Field. All girls grades 9-12 are welcome to attend. Athletes will need to be sure they go on Rank One and fill out all the required Athletic

Salas leads Tem-Cat Softball All-District selections

The 2017 District 18-5A All-District selections were announced on Tuesday with several Tem-Cat softball players being recognized led by freshman Bryanna Salas who was named to the 1st Team All-District squad. Three Tem-Cats were named to the 2nd Team All-District: senior Anysia Jones and sophomores Makenna Holland and Tayler Guerra. Junior Courney Massar and sophomore Alexis Lewis

Temple drops season finale to Bryan 4-0

After going 3-9 in district last season, things were looking up for Temple in March when it won two of its first four games in District 18-5A. Then the Tem-Cats hit a rough patch, winning just one of their final eight contests to finish the season with another 3-9 mark in league play. Though Temple’s

Tem-Cats fall at College Station 10-2

COLLEGE STATION – The Tem-Cat softball team dropped their final road game of the season in a 10-2 loss to College Station on Wednesday in District 18-5A action. College Station scored on a home run by Hailey Hudson in the first inning and a double by Grace Davis in the second inning to start Lady

Tem-Cats defeat Waco 10-0

WACO – The Tem-Cat softball team was forced to move their home game with Waco on Tuesday to the turf field of the Waco ISD Sports Complex. However that was fine as the Tem-Cats snapped their losing streak by collecting nine hits en route to their 10-0 victory over the Waco Lady Lions in District

Tem-Cat rally falls short at Rudder 2-1

BRYAN – The Tem-Cat softball team rallied but came up short in a 2-1 loss to Bryan Rudder on Friday night at Rudder High School. Bryan Rudder pushed across single unearned runs in the second and third innings to carry a 2-0 lead into the seventh inning when the Tem-Cats began their rally. Bryanna Salas

Temple forces extras before falling to Consol in eighth

Temple softball coach Jessica Oliver says it’s important to focus on the positives to keep her young team’s spirits high. No one could blame the Tem-Cats, though, if they took Tuesday’s loss a little too hard. Temple rallied from a five-run deficit to force extra innings but eventually fell to the College Station A&M Consolidated

Tem-Cats fall to University 10-2

WACO – The Tem-Cat softball team fell to University on Friday night 10-2 in District 18-5A play. Bayle Short earned the win for University on the mound as she pitched seven innings, surrendering two runs, six hits, striking out three, and walking one. Bryanna Salas took the loss for Temple. She threw five and a

Tem-Cats fall to Bryan 7-4

BRYAN – The Temple softball team rallied from an early 4-0 deficit to draw even with the Bryan Lady Vikings at 4-4 in the top of the fifth inning. However, Bryan pulled away late in a 7-4 victory on Tuesday in District 18-5A action. With the game was tied at four and Bryan batting in the

District-leading College Station halts Tem-Cats’ win streak

Second-year Temple softball coach Jessica Oliver gathered her Tem-Cats in right field Friday night and told them to take a deep breath then exhale and let go of the frustration and anger. Temple’s dissatisfaction was justified after a 10-0, five-inning loss to District 18-5A foe College Station ended a two-game winning streak, but there’s still