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Roos beat Ellison 8-7

A day after banging-out 15 runs and 23 hits, both offenses were at it again Thursday night at Eagles Ballpark. Up 5-0, Killeen saw a five-run lead all but gone, but held their composure and used a three-run fifth to hold on and defeat Ellison 8-7 in a District 8-6A baseball game. Following the victory,

Ellison over Killeen 10-5

By Travis MartinezBoth Ellison and Killeen had no trouble at the plate on Wednesday night as both teams combined for 15 runs and 23 hits. Every starting player in the lineup for both teams got on base at least once. In the end, Ellison used a pair of three-run innings to get past Killeen on

Roo Baseball Drops Game to Belton BELTON — Despite an 8-0 win over Killeen on Tuesday night, first-year Belton baseball coach Mark Krueger wasn’t overly impressed with his Tigers’ performance in their District 8-6A matchup at Tiger Field. Kangaroos starter Bo Buckley (2-1) struggled from the start and left with the bases loaded and no outs in the second inning.

Eagles face Roos in 12-6A baseball

By C.J. Berryman | Killeen Daily Herald With just half a game separating Ellison and Killeen in the District 12-6A standings, this week’s league contest between the two teams has a lot riding on it. The Kangaroos (5-13, 3-5 12-6A) entered the week tied in fourth place with Waco Midway, while the Eagles (10-10-1, 3-6)

Killeen vs. Belton Tonight @ KHS

Both Belton and Killeen are in control of their own destinies, albeit in two different ways. The Tigers (14-9, 6-2 District 12-6A) are entrenched in the No. 2 spot in the league, while the Kangaroos (5-12, 3-4) sit alone in the fourth spot. Both teams greatly benefited from Waco Midway (9-13-1, 2-5) being forced to

Roos jump on Bulldawgs

By C.J. Berryman | Killeen Daily Herald After going winless in its first five District 12-6A ballgames, Killeen has suddenly positioned itself to battle for a spot in the postseason. The Kangaroos went into Copperas Cove on Friday and jumped all over the Bulldawgs to build an early 8-2 lead after two innings of play,

BASEBALL: Knights beat Roos Killeen Daily Herald Harker Heights’ Tyler Torres had three hits, three RBIs and earned the victory on the mound Saturday as the Heights Knights defeated Killeen 21-2 in five innings at Killeen. The Knights (13-3, 5-0) took sole possession of first place in District 12-6A when Waco Midway defeated Belton 7-2 later in the