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Middle School soccer questionnaire

Wildcat Soccer and Lady Wildcat Soccer are asking parents and middle school students to take part in a Temple ISD Middle School Soccer “Level of Interest” Questionnaire. Please take a few minutes to fill out the questionnaire to give us valuable information regarding the creation of Middle School soccer in Temple ISD in the future.

Wildcat Soccer All-District selections announced

When the 2019 District 12-6A Boys Soccer All-District teams were announced, nine Wildcats were honored for their play during the 2019 season. First Team All-District selections for Temple were Abraham Guzman (Sr.), James Clardy (Sr.) and Aaron Narvaez (Sr.). Second Team All-District selections were Angel Medrano (So.), Luis Rojas (Jr.) and Harrison Thomas (Sr.). Selected

Guzman’s goals leads Temple past Cove 3-0

Senior Abraham Guzman capped off his Wildcat career with a pair of goals to help lead Temple past Copperas Cove by a score of 3-0 on the final night of District 12-6A soccer play. Guzman collected his first goal in the 39th minute of the first half when he received a corner kick from James

Nathan Garcia named KWTX Classroom Champion

TEMPLE, Texas (KWTX) Until this year, Nathan Garcia had never played soccer for Temple High School. He’s a defender for the Wildcats, and he’s hoping to not only use his speed from football and track past, but his brainpower to pick it up even quicker. Click here to read the complete article on KWTX.  

Wildcats fall from playoff contention with 2-0 loss to Waco

The Temple boys soccer team came into Friday’s match with Waco knowing they needed victories in their final games to have a shot of making the playoffs. Unfortunately, the Waco Lions came up with two goals in a minute span to take control of the match and give the Wildcats a 2-0 loss which eliminated the

Wildcats fall to Ellison in penalty kicks

KILLEEN – The Temple boys soccer team erased a 3-0 second half deficit in a flurry of penalty kicks only end in a 4-4 tie, and lose the penalty kick portion of the match 5-3. Temple fell behind the Eagles 3-0 just 6 minutes into the second half of play. That’s when series of fouls gave

Temple nets four second-half goals en route to 5-0 victory

The Temple Wildcats recorded their most dominating win of the season Friday night, and they did it with a surging second-half performance. Leading 1-0 at halftime, Temple registered three goals in the opening 11 minutes of the second half and added another in the 68th minute of a 5-0 victory over Killeen in a District

Tigers control Wildcats in 6-0 victory

BELTON — Only twice this season have the Temple Wildcats lost a soccer match by more than a goal. The first time was at home Jan. 25, when the Belton Tigers scored some late goals to edge the Wildcats by two. The second was Tuesday night at Wilson-Kerzee Field, where the Wildcats were outmatched from

Wildcats top Shoemaker in penalty kicks

The Temple boys soccer team shook off the disappointment of giving up a game tying goal in the 79th minute of Tuesday’s match with Killeen Shoemaker to bounce back and defeat the Greywolves by a score of 4-2 in penalty kicks. Luis Rojas capped off a perfect 4-4 performance in penalty kicks to send the

Wildcats draw with Knights, win shootout

HARKER HEIGHTS — For 80 minutes of regulation and four turns each in the shootout, nothing was decided between the Harker Heights Knights and the Temple Wildcats on Friday night. Then in a second, Aaron Narvaez decided it all. Narvaez’s shootout goal went under the arms of Heights goalkeeper Carlos Ruiz to give Temple a