Temple Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 18 - 11
  • Conference Record: 5 - 5

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Tem-Cats stop losing skid with 59-34 win at Shoemaker

KILLEEN – The Tem-Cat basketball team ended a three game district losing streak on Friday night with a convincing 59-34 victory over Killeen Shoemaker in District 12-6A action. Junior Aliyah Thomas and senior Wilashia Burleson tallied 10 and 8 points in the first quarter respectively to spark a 21-4 first quarter run as the Tem-Cats

Tem-Cats fall to #18 Heights 62-45

HARKER HEIGHTS — It was practically a perfect period. Hosting Temple on Tuesday to open the second round of District 12-6A competition, No. 18 Harker Heights started with a stellar showing. The Lady Knights scored the first 18 points of the contest and held the Tem-Cats scoreless until moments before the buzzer ending the period.

Lady Bulldawgs catch Tem-Cats in fourth place with 61-53 win

  Temple’s chance to grab a two-game lead over Copperas Cove for fourth place at the midway juncture of the District 12-6A schedule began to fizzle during the last 25 seconds of the second quarter Friday night, steadied and then fully sputtered out in the fourth, and the Tem-Cats will settle for a tie in

Tem-Cats fall at Midway

HEWITT – The Temple girls basketball team traveled to Hewitt on Tuesday to face the #19 ranked Midway Patherettes.  Midway led by 5 after one quarter of play and continued to pull away from the Tem-Cats en route to a 65-37 victory over the Tem-Cats in District 12-6A action. Midway used an 18-9 second quarter

Tem-Cats earn district victory over Waco with final surge

Much to the chagrin of her head coach, Temple’s Aaliyah Thomas passed up a handful of what appeared to be open looks at the basket and elected to fulfill more of a distributor role during the first half of Friday’s District 12-6A game against Waco at Wildcat Gym. Unselfishness on offense isn’t frowned upon, of

Tem-Cats fall to Ellison

KILLEEN- The Tem-Cats basketball team fell to Killeen Ellison by a score of 46-33 on Tuesday afternoon in District 12-6A action. Temple trailed the Lady Eagles by one after one quarter of play and took a 14-13 lead on a Paysee Crow bucket early in the second quarter. However, Killeen Ellison held the Tem-Cats scoreless

Tem-Cats win pair, play for silver bracket championship

LORENA– The Tem-Cat basketball team won a pair of games on Friday to earn a spot in the championship game of the silver bracket in the M. T. Rice Tournament at Midway. Temple defeated Ardmore H.S. from Oklahoma in their opener 40-25 and later Belton 41-30. In the opener against Ardmore, Temple got a huge

Tem-Cats go 1-1 on first day of the M.T. Rice Tourney

HEWITT – The Tem-Cat basketball team returned from their holiday break with a pair of game in the M. T. Rice Tournament at Midway. Temple defeated Robinson in their opener 47-29 but fell to Timber Creek 55-40 in their second game of the day. In the opener against Robinson, jumped out to a 27-17 lead

Second-half surge carries Tem-Cats over Killeen for 64-50 victory

Wilashia Burleson’s 3-pointer at the halftime horn ruled no good at first by the officials was reversed after a short delay, and the buzzer-beater turned out to be the spark Temple needed. Though it didn’t lift the Tem-Cats ahead of Killeen, Burleson’s heave left a manageable six-point deficit and boosted Temple into the second half,

Tem-Cats takes charge in fourth for 42-33 win over Belton

BELTON — Tuesday night’s matchup between Belton and Temple featured a young Lady Tigers team trying to get better each game and hopefully sneak into the playoffs against an experienced Tem-Cats squad that believes it belongs in the postseason. Temple showed down the stretch just how much experience matters, taking control late for a 42-33