Killeen Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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Ex-Roo Tre Nichols in Saudi Premier League

Tre Nichols is somewhere he never expected, but there is nowhere he would rather be. For the previous three seasons, the former Killeen standout cemented himself as one of the Western Australian State Basketball League’s elite talents. An all-star in each of his campaigns and the league’s leading scorer in 2016, Nichols was in an

Dawgs, Roos vying for final spot

C.J. Berryman | Herald staff writer Harker Heights has had problems holding onto fourth-quarter leads this season, and they almost saw another one get away Friday at Killeen. The Kangaroos trailed 46-30 with around six minutes left in the final period, but stormed back to within one point with just under a minute left. Dillon

Kangaroos, Knights continue rivalry

C.J. Berryman | Herald staff writer Killeen saved its season Tuesday night. Behind T.J. Robinson’s 18 points, the Kangaroos earned a 56-49 overtime win over Copperas Cove to even up with the Bulldawgs for the fourth seed in District 8-6A. But it wasn’t just Killeen’s season that was rescued. The win over Copperas Cove also

Kangaroos split games

C.J. Berryman | Herald staff writer After drubbing Class 5A Bastrop Cedar Creek 61-32 to open the Bo Burgess Classic Tuesday morning, Killeen looked to improve to 2-0 on the day with an upset win over Houston Redemption Christian Academy in the afternoon. However, with the Kangaroos leading 39-33 early in the third quarter, Redemption

Killeen defeats Harker Heights

C.J. Berryman | Herald staff writer he Killeen and Harker Heights boys got a reprieve from District 8-6A play over the holiday break, but the two schools didn’t take a break. Each competed Tuesday and Wednesday in the second annual Bo Burgess Classic. Harker Heights defeated Austin Eastside Memorial 75-44 before falling to Class 5A

KHS Boys Basketball Gives Back @ Children’s Hospital

On Friday afternoon (October 14), the boys basketball team and the coaching staff volunteered their time and set out on a mission to make a visit to McClain Children’s Hospital in Temple, TX – a visit filled with positivity and enthusiasm.    The team arrived at the hospital to a rousing cheer from medical center staff

CAMP JEFFERSON: Over 100 youngsters participate

By C.J. Berryman | Herald staff writer Cory Jefferson held his second annual basketball camp Saturday at Killeen High School, and the former Kangaroos star was pleased to see the smiling faces of the kids who participated. “As long as everybody is out there smiling, the camp is going pretty well,” Jefferson said. “If they’re

Ex-KHS star hosting 2nd annual camp

by Allan Mandell Former Killeen High School great Cory Jefferson will be hosting his second annual Youth Basketball Camp on Saturday. There is no fee and the camp is open to all kids, boys and girls, ages 7 to 17. The camp will be held at Killeen High School and begins at 9 a.m. and

Boys Basketball Clean Up Killeen

Killeen High Boys Basketball team grabbed trash bags and went to work on Saturday. They used their free time to clean up on 38th St. in the front of the school. Assistant Head Coach Brad McMillian and his men totaled over 10 bags of trash in the Killeen City Wide clean up event.

Roo Basketball fall to Grey Wolves

Clay Whittington | Herald staff writer by Clay Whittington There was no celebration. As the final buzzer sounded, Shoemaker’s players did not jump up and down or pump their fists in the air. The Grey Wolves did not ceremoniously cut down the nets or take team pictures with the scoreboard serving as a background. After Class