Temple Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 10 - 13
  • Conference Record: 5 - 6

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Belton grinds out 43-19 victory over cold-shooting Tem-Cats

BELTON — Temple didn’t have to travel far for its first District 12-6A road game since Dec. 21. But when the ball was tipped Friday night against host Belton, the Tem-Cats’ uphill climb truly began — in the snow, at night, with no flashlights and with seemingly no end in sight. Temple’s offense was nowhere

Temple girls claw past Shoemaker to extend win streak

Their coach’s adamant cautions in the days leading up to Friday night’s District 12-6A encounter with last-place Killeen Shoemaker might not have fully registered. Being outplayed for the bulk of three quarters eventually did the trick, though. Coming off two consecutive victories over teams in the league’s top tier, the Temple Tem-Cats at times looked

Tem-Cats knock off Lady Knights for second straight win

After Temple’s six-point loss to Harker Heights on Nov. 27 in the teams’ District 12-6A opener, first-year Tem-Cats coach RaShonta LeBlanc said her team was in the early stages of finding its identity. The search had yielded a few disappointing results to that point. And over the weeks that have followed, steps forward proceeded by

Tem-Cats hold on for win

One streak ended and another continued Friday afternoon inside Wildcat Gym, where the Temple boys and girls basketball teams played the second of four straight home District 12-6A doubleheaders. The Tem-Cats manufactured a double-digit cushion by halftime then fended off the Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs down the stretch for a 49-43 victory that snapped a

Midway pulls away from Tem-Cats late

The Tem-Cats (7-12, 2-5) brushed aside an eight-point deficit by outscoring Midway (15-11, 5-2) 15-7 in the second quarter to forge a 29-all halftime tie. And Wilashia Burleson’s three-point play on Temple’s first possession of the second half boosted the Tem-Cats into a 32-29 advantage and hinted that the home team might be onto something

Grovey leads Tem-Cats past Incarnate Word

Duncanville – Temple’s Coryn Grovey posted 22 points in the Tem-Cats finale of the Sandra Meadows Classic on Friday as the Tem- Cats defeated Incarnate Word by a score of 36-31. The Tem-Cats trailed of the game until Grovey sank three third quarter 3-pointers to help the Tem-Cats pull even with Incarnate Word at 30-30

Tem- Cats drop two at Duncanville

DUNCANVILLE- The Tem- Cat Basketball team dropped two games on the opening game of the Sandra Meadows Classic in Duncanville. Temple fell to the host team Duncanville by a score of 72-19 to opene the day. Taliyah Johnson scored 9 points for Temple while Coryn Grovey and Nacorria Noble each had 4. In their second

Basketball teams set for Holiday Tournaments

The Temple boys and girls basketball teams will waste no time coming off the holiday break as they begin holiday tournament play on Thursday, December 27th. Here is a schedule of the day one matchups for both the Wildcats and Tem-Cats. Wildcat Basketball The Temple varsity team(8-9) will be participating in the M.T. Rice Tournament

Tem-Cats fall at Waco

WACO- The Tem-Cat Basketball team travel to Waco on Friday afternoon to take on the Waco Lions in a 12-6A contest. Temple started slow to begin each half and could not overcome the Lady Lions as they fell to Waco 50-45. The Tem-Cats turned a 16-9 first-quarter deficit into a one-point gap by halftime, but

Tem-Cats can’t keep pace in second half as Ellison pulls away

A pattern had developed over the course of Temple’s first four District 12-6A games — loss, win, loss, win — leaving it in the middle of the pack a couple weeks into the league race. With a chance Tuesday night to change the direction a bit, the trend instead continued in particularly frustrating fashion for