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Stephenville hires new assistant coaches

STEPHENVILLE (May 19, 2015) — Stephenville has hired four new assistant football coaches who will also help in other sports, and has also selected its new assistant athletic trainer. Advertisements

Stephenville cruises past Burkburnett in baseball bi-district round

GRAFORD  — Kaegun Williams unloaded a 2-run bomb to left field and Stephenville took advantage of wild Burkburnett pitching as the Yellow Jackets advanced past the bi-district round of the playoffs for the third straight year with a 8-2 win Saturday afternoon.

Honeybees win sixth straight area basketball title

BROCK (TheFlashToday) — Bayleigh Chaviers was the first to admit it was not one of her better nights from the free throw line.

Stephenville girls earn first district soccer win

STEPHENVILLE (TheFlashToday) — Stephenville applied pressure all night and finally broke through in the 70th minute for its first District 4-4A soccer win Tuesday.

Waco tops Temple 59-49

The Temple boys basketball team made a third quarter rally to pull close to Waco on Tuesday night but in the end, Waco held on for a 59-49 win over the Wildcats in district action at Wildcat Gym.

Williams, Jackets turn back Graham

(TheFlashToday) — Kaegun Williams got hot down the stretch and Stephenville held off a late charge by Graham for a 64-57 win that all but locks up third place in the District 6-4A boys basketball race.

Tem-Cats close season with loss to Waco 39-32

TEMPLE – The Temple girls basketball team closed the season on Tuesday night with a 39-32 loss to Waco.

Lady Wildcats soccer fall at Elgin 2-1

ELGIN – The Temple girls soccer team lost at tough battle on the road as they fell to Elgin 2-1 on Tuesday night.

Bees thump Graham, shift focus to playoffs

(TheFlashToday) — Stephenville took care of business in Graham Tuesday evening, and also learned its first-round playoff opponent.

Huckabay boys triumphant over Lipan, girls fall

(TheFlashToday) — Huckabay split again with Lipan last Friday, the boys winning 52-43 and the girls falling 69-53.