Temple Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 8 - 3
  • Conference Record: 7 - 1

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Wildcats honored at annual football banquet

The Temple Wildcats put together another successful football season in 2019 by going 8-3 for the second consecutive year, winning a share of their first district championship since 2015 and recording the program’s seventh consecutive playoff berth. However, the emphasis of Temple’s annual football awards and appreciation banquet Thursday night at First Baptist Church wasn’t

Wildcat Football Awards Banquet set for January 23rd

The Temple Wildcat Football team will celebrate 2019 football season on Thursday, January 23rd at the First Baptist Church on West Adams. Sponsored by the Temple Quarterback Club, tickets are now on sale in the Athletic Office for $10.00. Get your ticket soon and enjoy the hi-lites from the past season and honor the players

Local student-athletes celebrate collegiate choices

Temple senior Quentin Johnston had a very busy and enjoyable 24-hour period at Wildcat Gym. On the basketball court Tuesday night, he delivered an emphatic windmill dunk to highlight his 12-point performance and grabbed several high-flying rebounds as unbeaten Temple defeated rival Belton. Then in the gym’s foyer Wednesday afternoon, the Wildcats’ big-play wide receiver

DaMarco Williams signs with Tulsa

Congratulations to DaMarco Williams for signing a National Letter of Intent to continue his football career at the collegiate level with the University of Tulsa.

Wildcats’ Willis, Howard, York highlight all-district team

In what has become a Temple tradition, a Wildcats senior quarterback is his district’s offensive player of the year. After accounting for 2,607 yards of total offense and 30 touchdowns in his only season as a starter, Temple senior quarterback Vance Willis was named Offensive Player of the Year on the All-District 12-6A Team, becoming

Stewart takes stock, enjoys passionate Temple fans

The Temple Wildcats produced a seven-game winning streak and a perfect home record this season, scored 49.1 points per game, extended their program’s streak of playoff berths to seven years and earned a share of their first district championship since 2015. In the aftermath of Temple’s 41-10 bi-district loss at reigning state champion Longview in

Wildcats reach 100 as Temple’s mascot

Floyd Betts was not the first coach at Temple High School when he was brought onto campus 100 years ago, but he was the first to be hired to do just that. Before Betts’ arrival, coaching duties were handled by administrators. Jim Head, the school principal at the time, served as a coach for a

Longview too stout in playoff win over Temple

LONGVIEW — Going up against defending state champion Longview on the Lobos’ home turf Friday night, Temple committed zero turnovers and had 66 fewer penalty yards than the host team. And Wildcats star wide receiver Quentin Johnston produced his best game in more than a month, with a touchdown among his three catches of 40-plus

Temple faces reigning champ Longview in bi-district tilt

From Fort Bend Ridge Point in 2014 to Manvel and Richmond Foster in 2016, the Temple Wildcats have a recent history of beating previously undefeated teams come playoff time. Those wins helped Temple reach two Class 5A Division I state championship games. However, none of those victories came against a defending state champion that’s riding