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Tickets for the 2017 Wildcat Football Awards Banquet on sale

Tickets for the 2017 Wildcat Football Awards Banquet hosted by the Temple Quarterback Club are now on sale in the Athletic Office. The banquet, celebrating the 2017 Class 5A State Quarterfinalist Temple Wildcats season will be held on Thursday, January 18th. It will be held in the Mayborn Convention Center beginning at 6:45. Tickets may

Temple cross country teams advance to regionals

COLLEGE STATION – The Wildcat and Tem-Cat Cross Country teams both finished 3rd at the 18-5A District Meet held Thursday at the Texas A&M cross country course.  In the process, both teams secured berths to the regional meet to be held October 23rd at Kate Barr Ross Park in Huntsville. The Wildcats narrowly missed out

Travis 7th grade boys take 2nd at the District Meet

The Travis Science Academy boys 7th and 8th grade cross country teams participated in the Centex District Championships on Wednesday at the Heart of Texas Soccer Fields in Waco. Chester Herring, representing the 8th grade came in 19th place with a time of 13:33.22,  improving his overall time by 3 minutes. The 7th grade boys:

Middle School Boys Cross Country Results from the Rogers Invitational

ROGERS – The Temple Middle School boys cross country programs participated in the Rogers Invitational on Saturday morning. Tyson Tamez was the top finisher from Temple as he took 6th Place overall from the Travis Science Academy. Here are the Top 5 finishers from each program. The Travis Mustangs finished in 5th Place overall at

Cross Country teams 5th at Belton Invitational

The Tem-Cat and Wildcat Cross Country teams produced solid 5th place finishes at the Belton Invitational. The Tem-Cats were led by senior medalist, Arleth Subiria, who finished 8th in a time of 21:04. Rounding out the scoring for the Tem-Cats were Carly Moore (25th), Jackie Vass (30th), Allison Sodek (38th), and Lexi Medlock (41st). Other

Hernandez, Subiria lead cross country at Temple Invitational

The Wildcat and Tem-Cat Cross Country teams competed in the Temple Invitational this last Friday at Lions Park. The meet hosted the largest and strongest field to date with 700 runners competing at the meet. The host teams had a tepid showing as the boys finished 9th and the girls 6th. Leading the charge for

Cross Country practice starts August 1st

The Wildcat and Tem-Cat Cross Country programs will begin practice August 1st at 6:30 a.m. Runners should report to the new gym at 6:20 a.m. Please have all your online forms completed by this time. Click here for the online forms. Both programs are looking to improve on their regional performances from last year, and

Travis Mustang Athletic Awards Announced

The Travis Science Academy Mustangs held their end of the year awards banquet on Monday night at the Travis Science Academy. Check out some of the awards that were announced at Monday’s banquet. 8th Grade Awards 8TH GRADE FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR-LUKE ALLEN OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR- JACOB ORNELAS DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF

Cross Country teams fall short of state bids

HUNTSVILLE – The Temple boys and girls cross country teams fell short of their bids to reach the state cross country meet at Kate Barr Ross Park in Huntsville on Saturday. The girls team finished in 16th Place while the boys were in 13th. On the girls side, Carly Moore was the top individual finisher

Temple cross country runners strive for more at regional meets

For the third straight season, Temple’s girls cross country team earned a spot in a regional meet. The boys are back for a second consecutive year, after eight since their last appearance. Coach David Melvin is pleased with the progress and the program’s resurgence, which has grown into something consistent. The next step is finding

Temple cross country teams run to regional berths

Temple’s boys and girls teams ran their way to regionals with third-place finishes at Dale Watts Cross Country Course in College Station. “I felt like everyone could have run better, but it was a tough course and all our kids really ran well,” Temple coach David Melvin said. “College Station and A&M Consolidated are two