Temple Girls Varsity Volleyball

  • Overall Record: 14 - 24
  • Conference Record: 6 - 10

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Tem-Cats celebrate 2019 volleyball season with awards banquet

The members, families and friends of the 2019 Temple volleyball teams gathered at the Oscar Store on November 6th to celebrate the 2019 volleyball season. Memorable moments from the past season were shared and several team awards were presented. Congratulations to the following award winners announced. Varsity MVP – Paysee Crow and Jessica Vaden Offensive

Vaden leads Tem-Cat Volleyball All-District selections

The 2019 District 12-6A Volleyball teams were announced on Monday. Temple was well represented as six Tem-Cats were honored with all-district recognition. Players honored were: 1st Team All-District- Jessica Vaden 2nd Team All District – Paysee Crow and Bella Brea Honorable Mention All District – Kenna Fort, Hayli Hesse, Ali Mack In addition, eight Tem-Cats

Tem-Cat Volleyball awards banquet set for November 6

  The Tem-Cat Volleyball team is set to celebrate their 2019 season with their annual awards banquet that will be held at the Oscar Store on Wednesday, November 6th at 6:30 pm. Cost of the dinners are: $12.00 Chicken Fried Steak $12.00 Grilled Chicken $6.00 Kids Chicken Tenders Tickets may be purchased by November 4th

Tem-Cats drop season finale to Cove 3-1

The Tem-Cat volleyball team closed out the 2019 season at home Friday night with well played loss to second place Copperas Cove by a score of 14-25, 22-25, 26-24, 21-25. The game marked the end to stellar careers for five Temple seniors; Kenna Fort, Hayli Hesse, Paysee Crow, Jessica Vaden and Bella Brea. The seniors

Tem-Cats fall at Shoemaker

KILLEEN – The Temple volleyball team fell to Killeen Shoemaker on Tuesday night in the final road game of the season. Shoemaker defeated the Tem-Cats by a score of 22-25, 25-20, 31-29, 25-22. Temple won the first set and fought valiantly in Game 4 with a hard fought loss 31-29 and continued fighting into the

Tem-Cats fall at Ellison

  KILLEEN – The Temple volleyball team traveled to Killeen on Friday and fell to Killeen Ellison by a score of 25-13, 25-14, 25-16 in District 12-6A action. Jessica Vaden had a team high 8 kills to lead Temple while also recording 8 digs, 1 block and 1 ace. Ali Mack had 7 kills and

Temple fights off Harker Heights to prevail in four sets

What’s better than a bunch of bags stuffed full of senior night gifts and goodies? How about walking out of Wildcat Gym with all of that swag plus a thrilling victory on top? With its seemingly comfortable 2-0 match lead suddenly trimmed in half by steadily surging Harker Heights, Temple withstood the Lady Knights’ final

Tem-Cats defeat Killeen

The Tem-Cat volleyball team defeated Killeen on Friday night by a score of 25-9, 25-19, 25-21 in District 12-6A action. The win raised Temple’s record to 5-7 on the season trailing Killeen Ellison 8-3 for fourth place in district. Temple breezed past Killeen in the first match but needed a rally in the final match

Tem-Cat Volleyball sets appreciation night games

The Tem-Cat volleyball team has a pair of games set up for appreciation fort those who have meant so much to the volleyball program. On Friday, October 11th, the Tem-Cats are hosting Parent and Teacher Appreciation night. Parents and teachers will be recognized prior to their contest with Killeen at Wildcat Gym. Game time is

Tem-Cats return to win column at Waco

WACO – The Temple volleyball returned to the win column on Tuesday night with a 25-13, 25-14, 25-14 victory over Waco in District 12-6A play. Jessica Vaden led the Tem-Cats in kills with 9 while also recording 6 digs and an ace. Paysee Crow had a team high 15 assist while collecting 5 kills, 2