Killeen Boys Varsity Football

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Sophomore Marshall already in ‘Beast Mode’

by Felsia Cardenas- KDH Staff Writer Playmaker. That’s the kind of athlete Killeen football’s Kadarius Marshall aims to be. “When you need that person to make the big play,” Marshall explained, “I want to be that person everybody depends on.” He did just that in his first two varsity games. On Aug. 31, Marshall capped

Roos cruise to 43-6 victory

by Felisa Cardenas – KDHStaff Writer The Kangaroos had one goal Thursday night: Redemption. Last week, Killeen head coach Neil Searcy said his team let the season opener against Round Rock Stony Point slip away, but the Kangaroos bounced back to beat Cedar Park Vista Ridge 43-6 in their home opener behind a standout performance

Roos host Vista Ridge in home opener tonight

by Felisa Cardenas- Herald Staff Writer Killeen is looking to avenge last week’s loss with a victory in its home opener tonight against Cedar Park Vista Ridge at 7 p.m. “We let that one get away,” Kangaroos head coach Neil Searcy said of his team’s season-opening 21-14 loss to Round Rock Stony Point last Friday

Game Day Leadership Meetings

Game day at Killeen High School is a special time. The day starts at 8:45 with leadership meetings with Dr. Randy Wallace of FBC Killeen. Student Athletes enjoy donuts and bottled waters while listening to words of encouragement. Our special guest this game day morning was new KHS Principal Kara Travino. She shared what it

Roos coach launches new tradition

by Felisa Cardenas Playing varsity football in high school is special for an athlete, especially in their senior year. Some schools commemorate the occasion with family photos with the player in his uniform, but Killeen High is adding a new tradition this season — “Decals with Dads.” Inspired by a high school in his hometown,

Stony Point escape with 21-14 win over Killeen

by Thaddeus Imerman | Herald correspondent AUSTIN — The Round Rock Stony Point Tigers beat the Killeen Kangaroos 21-14 Friday night at Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex. The key to the victory was three, fast scoring drives by the Tigers. Both teams started the game quickly, combining for 20 points in the first quarter. The Tigers