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Hudson giving back with passion for track

Vickie Hudson took advantage of her athletic ability and all the opportunities afforded to her when she starred on the Temple High School track and field team in the early 1990s. Hudson has spent the better part of the last 15 years returning the favor to budding athletes by sharing her wisdom and passion for

Tem-Cats finish 11th at the regional track & field championships

HUMBLE – The Tem-Cat track & field season came to an end on Saturday at the Class 5A Region III Championships. The Tem-Cats came up short in search of a state berth but nothing less had a outstanding season of great performances. Rhea Miles had a heartbreaking third place finish in the 400 meters and missed

Temple hurdlers ready for regional meets

The origins of the hurdling careers of Temple senior Taran Holmes and Belton junior Tre Berry are vastly different. One was a reluctant participant initially. “I didn’t want to do the hurdles but my mom and dad said that since I can jump good, I should try it,” Holmes said. “I tried it in middle

Womack, Tem-Cats take 2nd at the Area Meet

WHITEHOUSE – The Tem-Cat varsity track and field team competed in Area Meet at Whitehouse on Thursday with Cienna Womack leading the way for the Tem-Cats The Tem-Cats finished in 2nd Place in the team standings with 110 points and narrowly missed out on the team championship won by Bryan with 113. The top four places in each

Temple athletes celebrate college commitments

Thoroughly scouted for a majority of his high school career, there rarely was any doubt in T.J. Rumfield’s mind that he was destined to play Division I baseball. A year from now, that’s exactly what Temple’s senior infielder/pitcher will be doing — unless, of course, he’s a professional by then. In the meantime, Rumfield celebrated

Temple qualifies large group for area meet

BRYAN — There were ups and downs for Temple on the final day of the District 18-5A track and field meet. But by the time the events ended, long after the sun had set at Merrill Green Stadium on Thursday, there had been far more peaks than valleys for the blue-clad contingent. The Temple boys

Womack leads Tem-Cats on Day 1 of District Track Meet

COLLEGE STATION – Temple’s Cienna Womack led the Tem-Cat track & field team on the first day of the District 18-5A Track & Field Championships held at Merrill Green Stadium in Bryan. Womack took first place in both the long jump and triple jump to advance to the Area Meet in each event. Womack had

Tem-Cats take 4th at Midway Relays

HEWITT – The Tem-Cat varsity track and field team competed in the Midway Relays on Saturday at Midway High School. The Tem-Cats finished in 4th Place in the team standings with 108 points. Round Rock McNeil was the team champion. Temple’s performances were highlighted by winning 3 gold medals and 3 silver medals. Cienna Womack won a pair of gold medals

Tem-Cats win George Dixon Relays

BELLMEAD – The Tem-Cat varsity track and field team competed in the George Dixon Relays on Friday at La Vega High School. The Tem-Cats came away with the team title on Friday as their 128.5 points edged out Lorena (125) for the team championship. Temple’s performances was highlighted by a six gold medal performances. Cienna Womack won three individual

Tem-Cat Track results from the Killeen Relays

KILLEEN – The Tem-Cat varsity track and field team competed in the Killeen Relays at Killeen High School on Friday. Temple’s performances was highlighted by a gold medal performances from Alexicia Medlock in the 400 (58.31) and Cienna Womack in the 100 hurdles (15.42) and Long Jump (17’1 1/4). Please check out the list of those athletes that