Temple Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 2
  • Conference Record: 7 - 1

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Clear bag policy for bi-district playoff game

Attention Wildcat Football fans attending Friday’s Class 6A D II playoff game at Lobo Field in Longview. Longview has a clear bag policy for those fans entering the stadium. Please note the image below for the Longview ISD clear bag policy. There are still a few Wildcat clear bags on sale in the Athletic Office

Wildcat Football Bi-District Playoff Information

Class 6A Division II State Bi-District Playoff Information Temple vs. Longview Friday November 15 , 2019 @ 7:30 Lobo Stadium – Longview H.S. 201 E Tomlinson Pkwy. Longview, Texas 75605 Tickets will be on sale in the Athletic Office Wednesday 8:00-5:00 Thursday 8:00 – 5:00 Friday – No Ticket Sales Pre-Sale Tickets Adult – $7.00, Student – $3.00 All tickets at the

Fan bus scheduled for playoff game at Longview

The Temple Wildcat Athletic Department is sponsoring two buses for Temple’s Bi-District Playoff game versus Longview at Lobo Stadium in Longview on Friday. Fan Bus Info –  $30 per seat first come- first serve. Cost of game ticket is included in the price. See Claudia at Temple Wildcat Athletics office to pay and reserve your seat. Hours to reserve bus

Bi-District Pep Rally set for Thursday

The Wildcats have advanced to the Class 6A Division II State Playoffs and once again there will be a community pep rally held on Thursday evening November 14th to support the 2019 Temple Wildcat Football team. Come show your support of the Wildcats prior to their bi-district contest with Longview. Location: Santa Fe Plaza– 301 Santa Fe Way, 76501 Time:

Camancho named football sweetheart

Prior to Friday night’s matchup with Copperas Cove, members of the varsity football team took time to acknowledge a young lady for their positive support and motivation for the Wildcat Football Team throughout the season. Alexander Camancho was named the 2019 Temple High School Football Sweetheart with roses being presented to her on behalf of

Temple clobbers Cove, earns share of 12-6A title

It was one more Friday night — a spectacular first half, to be more specific — to remember for the Temple Wildcats’ tandem of Jacksons. Cornerback Roman Jackson displayed tremendous leaping ability while making three interceptions in the first half, and running back and fellow senior Anthony Jackson exploded for 209 yards rushing and four

Wildcats York, Harrison-Pilot playing well, learning lessons

Mikal Harrison-Pilot and Taurean York seem to be a packaged deal. Close friends since meeting as fourth-grade students at Kennedy-Powell, they have spent a large amount of time together, including as successful teammates in various sports at Travis Science Academy. Normally, the two talented Temple ninth-graders would be playing football together for the freshman team.

Playoff-bound Wildcats ready for next task

Committing six turnovers was the biggest culprit in Temple’s season-opening 35-29 loss at Round Rock Cedar Ridge, where the Wildcats nearly came all the way back from a 28-9 deficit. Ball security was a vital component in Temple’s seven-game winning streak that followed, as the Wildcats’ big-play offense had only four turnovers combined in September

Midway tackles Temple in battle of 12-6A leaders

HEWITT — Two weeks after a turnover-plagued performance sabotaged Hewitt Midway’s 38-game district winning streak, the Panthers flipped the script at the Temple Wildcats’ expense Friday night. Temple had a prime opportunity to clinch the outright District 12-6A championship against nemesis Midway at Panther Stadium, but three lost fumbles and an interception in the first

Magana’s move to offense a success for first-place Wildcats

Temple’s football coaches thought defense was the best side for Tyson Magana during his first two years of high school. He played linebacker on sub-varsity teams and was a backup defensive lineman entering his junior season on varsity. The only problem was that Magana admittedly doesn’t really like defense. “I just like being on offense,