Temple Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 17
  • Conference Record: 6 - 10

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District 12-6A All-District Girls Basketball Teams Announced

Last week, the District 12-6A girls basketball all district teams were announced. Congratulations to six Tem-Cat basketball players who were recognized for an outstanding season. Wilashia Burleson – 1st Team Coryn Grovey – 2nd Team Breyaunna Sigler – 2nd Team Taliyah Johnson – Honorable Mention Chloe Mayfield – Honorable Mention Jalisa Perez – Honorable Mention

Tem-Cats drop final game at Cove

COPPERAS COVE – The Tem-Cat basketball team saw their season come to an end on Tuesday night with a 69-60 loss to Copperas Cove. Temple trailed 36-28 at the half, but could not quite sustain a run strong enough to overcome the deficit in the second half. Senior Breyaunna Sigler finished on high note for

Second-half surge sends Tem-Cats seniors out with a win

If Temple’s six seniors were going to walk off their home floor for the final time Tuesday night with a win in tow, they and the rest of the Tem-Cats had the 10-minute halftime break and the third and fourth quarters to figure out just how to get that done after an inconsistent first half.

Ellison rallies past Tem-Cats

KILLEEN – The Tem-Cat basketball team dropped a close game on the road Friday night as they fell to Killeen Ellison 46-43 in District 12-6A action. Temple had a good start as Wilashia Burleson and Coryn Grovey each posted 5 points in the first quarter to lead the Tem-Cats to a 16-10 lead after one

Lady Roos hand Tem-Cats costly defeat in playoff chase

  Temple’s march toward a playoff berth has slowed of late, and it’s going to take a mighty push from the Tem-Cats to steer the ship back on course in time if they want to extend their postseason streak to four years running. With a chance to move into fifth place — one spot out

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