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Junior varsity volleyball sweeps Waco

WACO – The Tem-Cat junior varsity volleyball team defeated Waco by a score of 25-12, 25-8 in District 18-5A action on Tuesday night. The Tem-Cats saw strong performances from the following players in Tuesday’s victory. Isabella Brea had  5 assists, 2 kills, 1 service point; Haylie Hesse, 6 assist, 5 kills and led the team in

Tem-Cats sweep Rudder

BRYAN- The Tem-Cat volleyball team pick up a big victory on the road Tuesday night with a 25-20, 25-17, 25-19 win over Bryan Rudder in District 18-5A action. The Tem-Cats had a strong overall performance from many players as Jessica Vaden had 18 service points, 2 aces, 10 digs and 6 kills; Lauren Bailey, 13 service points,

Tem-Cats drop district opener at College Station

COLLEGE STATION- The Tem-Cat volleyball team opened district 17-5A play on Friday with a 25-17, 25-20, 25-19 loss to College Station on the road. Lauren Bailey led the Tem-Cats 16 service points, 2 aces and 14 digs. Juliana Torres recorded 8 kills in the contest. Temple (0-1, 14-10) returns to the Brazos Valley on Tuesday

Freshman volleyball tops Academy

The Tem-Cat freshman blue volleyball team defeated Academy on Tuesday night by a score of 25-13, 25-21. Top server for the Tem-Cats was Mia Renfrow while Ariana Cruz had 5 digs and Cameryn Stewart recorded 5 kills. Temple, 6-7 on the season with will open district play on the road Friday night at College Station.

Temple holds off Academy in non-district finale

LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — Kenna Fort said Temple brought extra liveliness along with it to face Academy on Tuesday night in the teams’ final non-district match before the start of league play. The Tem-Cats certainly used every ounce of it. Fort and Lauren Bailey scrambled well to their right to keep a play alive on a

Junior libero Bailey energizes Tem-Cats

It’s pretty easy to spot Lauren Bailey on the court. After all, she has her own jersey color. The junior sports a dark blue uniform for home matches, standing apart from her teammates’ white long-sleeved shirts. The difference is typical for a team’s starting libero, but that’s not the primary reason she stands out. Bailey

Tem-Cats defeat Killeen in five game battle

KILLEEN- The Tem-Cat volleyball team traveled to Killeen on Tuesday night and pulled of a thrilling 25-13, 25-27, 23-25, 25-19, 15-12 victory over the host Killeen Lady Kangaroos. The Tem-Cats lost a heartbreaking second and third games of the match to fall behind 2-1. However, the Tem-Cats were able to rebound and even the match

Tem-Cat JV Volleyball tops Killeen

KILLEEN- The Tem-Cat junior varsity volleyball team defeated Killeen on Tuesday night with a 2-0 sweep of the Lady Kangaroos. Yoseline Hernandez had a standout night defensively for the Tem- Cats with 73 digs. Amya McNiel led team with 14 servive points,18 assists; Isabella Brea 3 kills, 3 blocks; Haylie Hesse 5 kills, 8 service points;

Sub-varsity volleyball at Cove Tournament

COPPERAS COVE – The junior varsity and freshman volleyball teams played a pair of games on Saturday in the Copperas Cove Tournament. While the junior varsity team split their two games, the Freshman Blue won their two games. The junior varsity team opened with a win over Killeen but fell to Copperas Cove later in

Tem-Cats take second at Robinson Tourney

ROBINSON- The Tem-Cat volleyball team capped off the tournament portion of their season with a second place finish in the Robinson Tournament on Saturday. Temple fell to Crawford in a deciding third game to take the runner-up trophy in the Gold Division. The Tem-Cats finished with a record of 4-1 in the tournament. Temple fell