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Sponsor Spotlight: A+ Federal Credit Union | Presented by VNN

We’re excited to welcome A+ Federal Credit Union as an official partner of the Killeen athletic website! Who They Are & What They Do A+ Federal Credit Union, a financial institution founded by educators, is committed to helping communities throughout Central Texas. Each year, A+FCU gives back over half a million dollars to various organizations and groups to


Congratulations to all the Roos that received All-District Honors! MVP — Tanner Mordecai, Waco Midway, Sr. Offensive Player of the Year — Floyd Connell, Copperas Cove, Sr. Defensive Player of the Year — Jaxon Player, Waco Midway, Sr. Offensive Newcomer of the Year — Breezion Spiller, Ellison, So. Defensive Newcomer of the Year — Jason

Fall Sports Athletic Banquet Info

Thursday, Jan. 18th will be the Fall Athletic Banquet at 6 p.m. at the Killeen Civic Center featuring Girls and Boys Cross Country, Football and Volleyball. Tickets will be limited at the door.  Buy your tickets either Friday, Jan. 5th, 12th or Tuesday, Jan. 16th in the cafeteria for $10 each.

Killeen Boys, Girls get ready for SA Central

by Felisa Cardenas photo by Andy Zavoina It’s back to District 8-6A basketball action for Killeen as the Kangaroos and Lady Kangaroos will face San Angelo Central on Friday night. The Lady Roos ​aim to get back to winning and improve their 3-1 district standing after losing to No. 21 Waco Midway before the holiday break.

Roos Finish 2nd at B.B. Classic

by Felisa Cardenas/KDH News Killeen took on Bryan Rudder in the Bo Burgess Classic Thursday morning, inching past the Rangers behind 24 points from senior Montego Muckelvaney and junior Cortez Ivie to win 68-66. The win propelled the Kangaroos to a second-place showing in the annual tournament. If the first four minutes of play against

3rd Times a Charm!

All-tournament team: Manesha Knox and Cierra Penn Killeen Lady Roo Basketball won the Bastrop Tournament for the third year in a row, beating Bastrop in the championship game 53-40.  KHS was slotted to play head to head with district opponent Harker Heights, but all four coaches agreed that Harker Heights would play in the 3rd