Temple Girls Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 22 - 14
  • Conference Record: 9 - 7

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Five Tem-Cats earn Academic All-District

Congratulations to Paysee Crow, Haleigh Johnson, Taliyah Johnson, Choice Roberts and Lillian Tutson who earned recognition as members of the District 12-6A, Academic All-District Girls Basketball squad.

Tyler Lee ends Temple’s season with 47-32 victory

CORSICANA — Temple’s struggles to consistently create offensive production, along with problems defending the paint, doomed the Tem-Cats in their return to the postseason Tuesday night. After leading by one point following the first quarter, Temple was outscored 12-2 in the second frame and fell further behind after halftime in a 47-32 loss to Tyler

After late-season surge, Temple faces Tyler Lee in first round

The top prize for beating Copperas Cove last week was the final playoff ticket out of District 12-6A, but the way in which Temple went about topping the Lady Bulldawgs on the road in the winner-take-all showdown could be the reward that keeps on giving. “We knew going in that it was going to be

Tem-Cats set to face Tyler Lee in Bi-District Playoffs

CORSICANA – The Temple girls basketball team will open the 2020 UIL State Playoffs on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 The game will be played at Navarro College beginning at 6:00 PM. Good Luck Tem-Cats! Navarro College 3200 W 7th Ave Corsicana, TX 75110 K.& Ida Wolens Special Events Center (Gymnasium) – Map Temple will wear

Tem-Cats secure final playoff berth out of District 12-6A

COPPERAS COVE — Throughout a back-and-forth affair with Copperas Cove on Tuesday night, Temple found itself down by one with 2.3 seconds remaining in a District 12-6A clash with the winner securing the fourth and final playoff berth. The Tem-Cats’ Aaliyah Thomas approached the free throw line with her team’s season hanging in the balance.

Tem-Cats drop into fourth-place tie heading into 12-6A finale

Temple honored its seniors prior to Friday night’s home finale and hoped to add to the festivities by beating Hewitt Midway. The Tem-Cats had their chances to do so, whittling a nine-point deficit to three with an early fourth-quarter surge. But the visiting Pantherettes countered with eight straight points for the contest’s first double-digit advantage,