Killeen Boys Varsity Football

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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

Roos hand Wolves 26th straight loss By Felisa Cárdenas | Herald staff writer

Friday night was a close call for the Kangaroos. And for the Grey Wolves, too. Killeen trailed at halftime but overcame its slow start to get a 25-21 win over Shoemaker (0-5, 0-3) at Leo Buckley Stadium, handing the Grey Wolves their 26th straight loss. Sophomore star running back Kadarius Marshall put the Roos in

Killeen shuts downs Heights to earn 21-0 win By Felisa Cárdenas | Herald staff writer

In front of a large Killeen football crowd, the Roos defense delivered a shutout performance Friday night. The Kangaroos beat Harker Heights (0-5, 0-3 District 12-6A) 21-0 at Leo Buckley Stadium behind a strong defensive performance from senior Chris Ingram. But it was the Knights’ defense that stole the show as they held the Roos

Dave Campbell’s Army Values Team of the Week

The Killeen Kangaroo Football Team is the 6A Values School of the week presented by Dave Campbell’s Football Magazine and the US Army! This award is given every week to one team in each of the 6 UIL classifications. Thank you to DCFM and the US Army for honoring our student athletes and their hard

Roos get 48-14 win over Bulldawgs by Thad Imerman

COPPERAS COVE — Killeen beat Copperas Cove 48-14 on Friday at Bulldawg Stadium. Both teams were coming off losses to open District 12-6A play, and the Kangaroos used a dominant rushing attack and tough defense to take control. The Kangaroos opened the scoring on the opening drive of the game. After starting at its own

Kangaroos set to host Waco Midway tonight By Felisa Cárdenas | Herald staff writer

Home-field advantage may be on Killeen’s side in its District 12-6A opener against Waco Midway tonight. While the Panthers are predicted by Dave Campbell’s Texas Football to take the district title, they are off to an 0-2 start, including last week’s 10-0 loss at Mansfield Lake Ridge. On the other hand, Killeen (1-1) was predicted