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High School swim practice set to start August 26th

High School Swimming practice will begin on Monday, August 26. Zero period swimmers and Band members will begin at 6:00 a.m. and first period swimmers will begin at 7:00 a.m.  All athletic paperwork must turned in to the trainers before you can get in the water. During the first week of school, first period swimming will

Temple Swim advances large group to regional

BELTON — Parts of the District 10-6A swim meet unfolded in typical fashion, while others yielded unseen results. The top six finishers in each event qualified for the Region III meet Feb. 1-2, and Temple will send two individual swimmers and five relays to Mansfield ISD Natatorium. Isaac Gray placed fourth in the 50 free

Temple High School Swim Team Tryouts Begin July 31st

2018-19 Temple High School Swim Team Tryouts for the high school swim team will be July 31-Aug 1 from 8:00-11:00 a.m. at the swim center. Athletes need to be prepared to run and swim on both days as well as bring the required paperwork. If you have any questions, please contact Coach Allen at randall.allen@tisd.org 

Temple swimmers take marks for regional meets

Kashlyn Waggy and Lexy Cook have tried to avoid looking ahead toward the near future — the key word being tried. The fact that the upcoming Class 5A Region V competition could be their last high school swim meet of their careers is not lost on them. It hasn’t engulfed them, either. The seniors, along

Waggy leads Temple swimmers to Regionals

GEORGETOWN – Temple’s Kashlyn Waggy will lead a contingent of Temple swimmers going to the Regional Meet in February as the lone champion in Friday’s District 18-5A Swimming and Diving Championship held at Georgetown’s YMCA pool. Waggy will advance to regionals in four events overall as she took 1st Place in the 100-yard breastroke in a

KWTX Classroom Champion: Temple’s Kashlyn Waggy

Whether she’s dissecting a brain in biology, or racking up points for the Wildcats Swim Team, Temple senior Kashlyn Waggy is one impressive teenager. “You know, she survived, she persevered. She just didn’t survive, she survived and then she achieved,” said Biology teach Jodi Bollinger. And as heroic as balancing athletics and academics is, Kashlyn’s

Wildcat Swim has strong showing against Killeen teams

  The Temple High School swim teams hosted all four Killeen ISD teams in a dual meet setting on Saturday at the Hardin Swim Center. Temple Girls defeated all four Killeen school at this large dual meet setting. Scores were: Temple 598        Ellison 443 Temple 627         Harker Heights 425 Temple 641         Shoemaker 282 Temple 637        

Temple’s Aaron Boyle named a KWTX Classroom Champion

When Temple High School senior Aaron Boyle was younger, he wasn’t so sure about diving into the swimming life. “My friend Adam, he was like ‘Hey, you’ve got nothing else better to do so why don’t you just come and do some swimming?’ So I was like ‘I don’t know, it seems kind of weird,’”

Determined Temple swimmers looking for state berths

Temple swim coach Trey Sullivan let out a hardy chuckle at the thought of his pupils’ personalities. Perhaps he knew how they would describe themselves. “This team, we are very crazy,” junior Lexy Cook said. Crazy cool, crazy goofy or maybe crazy to get up at 5 a.m. and be in cold water before most

Swim team overcomes inexperience to find success in 18-5A

After losing seven swimmers from his roster at the end of last season, Temple coach Trey Sullivan said he has never dealt with as much turnover from one year to the next. Those departures have resulted in a smaller and younger team in 2017. “We have three seniors,” Sullivan said. “We’ve got a lot of