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No. 22 Lady Roos alone atop 12-6A

KDHpressbox.com Killeen Daily Herald The 14th-ranked Killeen Lady Roos remained all alone in first place in District 12-6A after a 60-51 road win over No. 11 Waco Midway on Friday. Killeen is 4-0 in district, 22-4 overall. Killeen was led by guard Shianne Johnson who scored a game-high 27 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Johnson

Lady Roos strong on offensive boards

Allan Mandell | Herald staff writer On Tuesday, the Killeen Lady Roos hosted Ellison. Immediately after Killeen junior post Jacen Moore was introduced as a starter and raced to center court, she was met by teammate and senior forward Ke’Aunna Johnson. The two lifted their shoulders as if they were about to jump very high

TIA’S TREYS

Allan Mandell | Herald staff writer Defense wasn’t a problem. With 4:16 left in the first quarter against Ellison on Tuesday night, the host Killeen Lady Roos were ahead 4-0. As per usual, Killeen was playing frenetic, in-your-face defense. Then Killeen 5-foot-6 senior point guard Tia Harston decided to open up the offensive attack. She

Lady Roos on a Roll, 3-0

Allan Mandell – Herald Staff Writer Killeen senior point guard Tia Harston drained 4 of 6 3-point shot attempts, scored a team-high 13 points and led the host Lady Roos to a 52-39 District 12-6A victory over Ellison on Tuesday. “It’s good to have Tia back,” said Killeen head coach Latisha Williams. “When she’s hitting

BASKETBALL: No. 24 Lady Roos are practiced in the art of defense

Allan Mandell | Herald staff writer Twenty minutes after the No. 24-ranked Killeen Lady Kangaroos defeated visiting Copperas Cove 41-33 in both teams’ District 12-6A opener on Friday, Killeen’s Ke’Aunna Johnson and Jacen Moore were both looking for the same piece of information. “We have this competitive thing,” Johnson explained. “We always want to find

Killeen High School honors guard Harston at signing ceremony

Tia Harston isn’t one to show her emotions very often, but after the 10-month stretch she’s had, she deserves to shed a tear or two of joy. The senior guard helped the Killeen Lady Kangaroos win the District 12-6A championship last season, found out she had a knee injury and had surgery earlier this fall,