Temple Girls Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 11 - 16
  • Conference Record: 3 - 2

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Tem-Cats top Harker Heights, climb into playoff hunt

HARKER HEIGHTS – The Temple volleyball team swept the Harker Heights Lady Knights in three hard fought games to leap into a tie for 4th Place in the District 12-6A standings. Temple defeated Harker Heights by scores of 25-17, 25-23, 25-23. The victory placed Temple in a tie for Fourth Place with Copperas Cove at 3-2.

Tem-Cats sweep Killeen to even district record

KILLEEN – The Tem-Cat volleyball team earned their second straight District 12-6A victory with a 25-23, 25-16, 25-14 win over Killeen High on the road Tuesday night. Temple got huge games from seniors Jessica Vaden and Paysee Crow. Vaden had a huge night at the net recording 18 kills to lead the team. She also

Tem-Cats sweep Waco

The Tem-Cat volleyball team put together one of their best performances of the season as they swept Waco by scores of 25-10, 25-13, 25-11. The victory was their first in District 12-6A play. Jessica Vaden led the Tem-Cats with 10 kills while also collecting 2 digs and one ace. Kenna Fort had a strong night

Tem-Cats drop tough battle with Belton

  Tuesday night’s District 12-6A volleyball showdown at Wildcat Gym had almost everything fans would want in a match: Two fierce rivals playing their best in an intense matchup in front of a jubilant crowd. About the only thing missing was a fifth set as Belton downed Temple 20-25, 25-13, 26-24, 25-22. “We obviously know

Temple’s Vaden living childhood dream on court

Jessica Vaden didn’t predict she would spend four years on the Temple varsity volleyball team. That was never on her to-do list as a child. What was certain years before she stepped foot on a high school campus was that she wanted to be on the court making plays and celebrating with teammates. It was

Midway defeats Temple in 12-6A volleyball opener

HEWITT – The Temple volleyball team fell to Midway on Tuesday evening by a score of 25-15, 25-14, 25-12 in the District 12-6A opener for both teams. Jessica Vaden posted 5 kills, 2 digs and 2 blocks for Temple while Paysee Crow collected 11 assist, 6 digs and a kill. Bella Brea recorded 4 kills,

Tem-Cats advance to Gold Bracket of the Academy Tournament

LITLLE RIVER-ACADEMY – The Tem-Cats shook off an opening loss to West in their first match of the Academy Tournament on Friday to win their next two matches and advance to the Gold Bracket of the Academy Tournament on Saturday. Temple will face China Springs at 10:00 am at Academy High School in their quarterfinal

Tem-Cats fall at Rudder 3-1

BRYAN- The Tem-Cat volleyball team dropped their non-district match with Bryan Rudder on the road by a score of 25-7, 23-25, 25-21, 25-22. Temple came out flat dropping the first set 25-7. However, a much improved performance and late rally in Game 2, tied the match at 1-1 with a 25-23 Temple victory. Game 3

Tem-Cats win 2 of 3 at Gatesville tourney

GATESVILLE – The Tem-Cat volleyball team had a solid day on Thursday as they won two of three games in pool play in the Gatesville Tournament. Temple dropped their opener to Troy but bounced back to defeat Academy and Jarrell. In Game 1, the Tem-Cats fell to Troy 25-17, 25-15. Faith Farbo and Jessica Vaden

Tem-Cats set for Gatesville Tournament on Thursday

GATESVILLE – The Tem-Cat Volleyball team is set to participate in the Gatesville beginning on Thursday. The Tem-Cats (4-6) are scheduled to play three games on Thursday and return for bracket play on Saturday, Temple will play three games on Thursday with all games scheduled to be played at Gatesville High School. Temple will face the following schools: Troy @