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Baseball tryouts set for January 26th

Tryouts for the 2018 Wildcat varsity and junior varsity baseball teams will be held on Friday, January 26th. Registration starts at 4:15pm and tryouts start at 4:45pm. Please bring your glove and wear baseball attire. In order to participate you must have an updated physical on file with the Wildcat Athletic Training Office. Teams will

Baseball Fundraiser

The Temple Baseball team will be selling “Yeti Style Cups” from now until November 15th. You can choose from either a custom “Temple Wildcat” cup or powder blue/black. The cost per cup is $20 and cash or check (made payable to Temple Baseball) is accepted. Please either see a baseball player or contact Coach Hoelscher

Rumfield named Offensive Player of the Year in 18-5A

Temple junior TJ Rumfield garnered a top award as the District 18-5A All-District selections were announced. Rumfield was named as the 18-5A Offensive Player of the Year to lead a contingent of Wildcats honored with all-district recognition. Named to the 1st Team All-District squad was pitcher Eli Mendoza and catcher Hunter Torrez. 2nd Team included

Wildcats fall to Cedar Park in decisive Game 3

BELTON — Two days after a gut-wrenching walk-off defeat, Temple responded in the resilient manner its second-year head coach Toby Rumfield predicted and promptly evened its Class 5A area-round series Saturday afternoon against Cedar Park with a 5-2 victory in Game 2 behind a clinical offensive and pitching display from Eli Mendoza. The win set

Temple gives up 3-1 lead in final inning of stunning loss

BELTON — With their team one strike from victory, Temple fans were applauding in anticipation of Reid Hesse’s pitch to Cedar Park’s Austin Hewitt. In a blink — or a bloop — it all unraveled for the Wildcats minutes later at Mary Hardin-Baylor’s Red Murff Field. Hewitt dropped a shallow single into right field, unleashing

Temple’s boisterous dugout grows as asset through season

Familiarity with the Disney-Pixar animated movie “Finding Nemo” isn’t a requirement for appreciating the enthusiasm that spills from the Temple dugout when the Wildcats are at-bat. No offense to the film — which chronicles the adventures of a trio of fish, Marlin, Nemo and Dory, and their friends — but the Wildcats’ commitment to ruffling

Temple caps bi-district sweep with Myers’ walk-off hit

MANSFIELD — Temple’s Noah Myers had the count in his favor and swung late through a 3-1 fastball. He gathered himself, as he usually does between pitches, and stepped back into the batter’s box. To his left, taking a lead off third base was Zach Rumfield, representing the game-winning run — the Class 5A bi-district

Temple uses early outburst to bury Lindale in Game 1

MANSFIELD — Temple bombarded Lindale starting pitcher Colton Ramsey for six runs in the top of the first inning Friday night, and the Wildcats held on and grabbed Game 1 of the teams’ Class 5A best-of-three bi-district baseball playoff series, 8-4, at Lake Ridge High School. Dylan Cheek, whose two-run double highlighted the Wildcats’ electric

Flores’ flexibility in Temple’s lineup an added boost

Jonathan Flores spent the summer playing baseball, much like most of his summers dating back to when his age had yet to reach double digits. This past summer, though, Flores was coming off his sophomore season with Temple’s baseball team and had an agenda, or perhaps more appropriate a to-do list, during the months that

Temple rolls in regular-season finale, beats Bryan 10-4

Depending on postseason scheduling, Friday night might have been the final game at Hallford Field for Temple baseball senior standouts such as Reid Hesse, Dylan Cheek, Zach Rumfield and Hunter Torrez. Junior Eli Mendoza and sophomore Jared Wiley certainly provided big sparks to help the Wildcats surge into the Class 5A playoffs with positive momentum.