Temple Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 3
  • Conference Record: 6 - 2

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Four Wildcats announce football futures

  On Wednesday afternoon, four Wildcat Football seniors announced that they have signed to continue their playing careers at the collegiate level. Russell Hogue will continue his playing career at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor. Vernell Harleque, Bobby Johnson and Hunter Aviles with continue their playing careers at Oklahoma Panhandle State University. This brings

Wildcats begin spring drills

Multi-tasking is currently the name of the game for Temple’s football program, which began spring practice on a warm, sunny Thursday afternoon at Wildcat Stadium. Wide receiver Quentin Johnston glided through crisp routes, one day before the senior-to-be competes in the high jump and long jump today in the Class 6A Region II track and

Vote Temple in the Dave Campbell’s Inflatable Contest

Dave Campbell’s Texas Football is hosting a March Madness Inflatable Contest on their site. Click on the link below and vote for Temple in the first round of voting for Texas’ best inflatable tunnel. Nobody loves inflatable tunnels more than Texas high school football fans. Dave Campbell’s Texas Football and All-Star Inflatables are partnering during

Seven Temple Wildcats bask in enjoyable, festive signing day

Three days after the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever, the Temple Wildcats football program delivered its own version of dominant defense on National Signing Day. Seniors Tre Colbert, Phillip Haskins, Chris Hooper, D’Ashton Merida and Monto President Jr. — almost half the Wildcats’ starting defense — solidified their college futures Wednesday afternoon in a festive ceremony

Wiley, President headline Temple football award winners

Although Temple’s football team won eight games in 2018 and earned its sixth consecutive playoff appearance, the end of the Wildcats’ four-year streak of reaching at least the postseason’s fourth round wasn’t a big topic at their annual banquet Saturday evening in Temple High School’s auditorium. In fact, it wasn’t mentioned. Instead, the focus was

Three Temple football players sign letters of intent

Temple defensive lineman TJ Franklin had been verbally committed to Baylor since October 2017, and Wildcats quarterback/tight end Jared Wiley gave Texas a verbal pledge back in May. As such, it was essentially a formality Wednesday when Franklin and Wiley made their long-standing commitments official by signing National Letters of Intent with the Bears and

National Signing Day Ceremony set for Wednesday

Come join us on Wednesday, December 19th in the gym foyer beginning at 4:30 pm as we host a Signing Day ceremony for three of our athletes as they continue their football careers at the collegiate level! TJ Franklin – Baylor University Markel Reed – Boise State University Jared Wiley – University of Texas

Temple players earn 12-6A All-District honors

Jared Wiley hadn’t started a game at quarterback for Temple before this season. A season-ending injury prevented Belton’s Connor Carothers from playing in his team’s final 2½ district games. However, those things didn’t stop the two stellar senior signal-callers from sharing the offensive player of the year award along with Killeen Ellison junior quarterback Breezion

Temple starts regroup after early exit

By winning their first eight games after returning to the state’s highest classification, the Temple Wildcats were having a great 2018 season . . . until they weren’t. A frustrating, mistake-filled 31-28 home loss to nemesis Hewitt Midway stopped Temple from winning its first district championship since 2015. That missed opportunity presented Wildcats coach Scott

Horn scores in final minute to knock off Temple, 45-38

Mesquite Horn entered with 3-7 record and Temple had the home-field advantage in Friday night’s Class 6A Division II bi-district playoff game, yet coach Scott Stewart and the Wildcats knew how talented and explosive the visiting Jaguars were. Resurgent Horn lived up to that potential and handed Temple a devastating loss in the process. In