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Lady Roos outlast Bryan Rudder by Felisa Cardenas

It was déjà vu for the Killeen Lady Roos as they headed into overtime against the Bryan Rudder Lady Rangers at home Monday afternoon. The last time Killeen played in overtime was at the Austin Bowie tournament, where they took a loss, but this time the Lady Roos pulled out a 66-61 victory over Rudder.

Killeen beats 5A-No. 7 Pflugerville Connally, 66-61 by Clay Whittington

It was a long process. Killeen found itself in an immediate hole Monday afternoon, allowing visiting Pflugerville Connally, ranked seventh in Class 5A, to score 10 of the game’s first 12 points. For the majority of the contest’s duration, the Kangaroos chased the Cougars, trimming the deficit but rarely erasing it. Continue at

KHS Cheer takes 2nd at UCA

The Killeen Kangaroo Cheer Squad took home a second place finish at the UCA competition held this Sunday in Austin. These young Roos have been working hard all year and did a great job! Way to go Roos!

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 19 – Nov 25

Nov 19 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Bryan Rudder Bryan Rudder 12:30 pm | KHS Main Gym Nov 20 Girls Varsity Basketball vs. Cedar Park High School Cedar Park 12:30 pm | KHS Main Gym

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 05 – Nov 11

Nov 06 Girls Varsity Basketball at RR Westwood RR Westwood 7:00 pm | Round Rock Westwood HS Nov 08 Girls Varsity Basketball at Tba TBA TBA | Austin Bowie HS Nov 08 Boys Freshman Football White at Waco High School Waco 5:00 pm | HOT Soccer Complex Nov 08 Boys Junior Varsity Football White vs.

Tigers take down Roos 38-20 By Joshua Weaver | FME News Service

BELTON — Damp and dreary. Victorious and cheery. Belton’s 2018 homecoming game. The Tigers charged to a double-digit lead in about 14 minutes, weathered rain, slippery running by the Kangaroos’ Kadarius Marshall and a few self-inflicted stumbles, and posted a significant District 12-6A win, 38-20, on Friday night at Tiger Field. continue

Temple beats Killeen 35-13 By Felisa Cárdenas | Herald staff writer

An old rivalry was reignited Thursday night, and another chapter was added to the story as Temple defeated Killeen 35-13 in the teams’ first encounter since 2013. Both teams had errors early, but the Wildcats capitalized in the first half, putting up 21 points despite fumbling five times in the half with two being recovered