BELTON — Alberto Jones Jr. did not want to be involved in a close game. He needed it.
Belton and Lake Belton dominated Saturday’s District 22-5A meet, but numerous Killeen ISD swimmers still secured spots at the upcoming Region VI meet.
Jason Fossett has multiple reasons to celebrate.
BELTON — E.J. Foutz remembers a time when he was unprepared, and he refuses to let it happen again.
Harker Heights opened its powerlifting season in impressive fashion Friday, capturing a trio of gold medals en route to winning the Belton ISD Invitational.
BELTON — In the inaugural matchup between Belton and Lake Belton, neither team could connect from the floor during the first quarter, but then, Gian Carlo could not miss.
TEMPLE — That Tuesday’s contest inside Bronco Gym was a school district showdown between Lake Belton and Belton felt like more a footnote, given the teams’ positioning in the District 22-5A standings.
BELTON — Jason Fossett believes his team gave away a victory.
COPPERAS COVE — Oscar Bersoza will utilize any advantage, even the weather.
Alberto Jones Jr. sent a message to his team during Tuesday’s District 22-5A opener.
BELTON — Belton quelled Ellison’s defensive pressure for the first few minutes of Friday night’s District 22-5A contest, keeping the pace where it wanted it, but the Lady Eagles’ depth and athleticism eventually took over, leading them to a runaway 64-15 win over the Lady Tigers at Tiger Gym.
BELTON — Copperas Cove and Belton no longer share a district, but the rivalry remains.
BELTON — Chaparral was never challenged Friday evening as the Lady Bobcats made history by dominating their district debut.
For an entire season, Chaparral worked toward establishing an identity. Now, the Bobcats officially have their first faces of the program.
BRYAN – For the second time this season, Belton suffered a loss to Brenham, but this time, it ended the Tigers’ season.
A’Niyah Harrison never attempted to earn an award. She simply wanted to play the game.
BELTON – Kim Chaffin knows what she wants her team to become. Now, her players are beginning to understand as well.
BELTON — After waiting six seasons to win a bi-district game, the Belton Tigers used an outburst late in the second quarter Friday night to start them on the path to the area round of the playoffs.
LEANDER – Derik Short’s goal is to win, but he believes success starts away from the court.
After a whirlwind regular season, eight area teams are set to begin chasing a championship.
BELTON — On the heels of producing a fourth consecutive 20-win season and with three all-district players returning, Lampasas head coach Mark Myers assumed his team would be prepared to dominate.
ROUND ROCK — After spending an entire year tirelessly working toward returning to the state meet, Aaron Crittenden was initially solemn about his showing. Then, he reflected.
Forecasts call for inclement weather Friday, and as a result, the final week of the regular season is starting early with multiple games being moved to Thursday.
BELTON — Sitting atop the standings and facing a one-win team, there was an opportunity for Belton to let human nature take over and put together a lackluster performance, but the Tigers didn’t take the bait.
Of the 13 area programs, only three – Harker Heights, Temple and Belton – enter the final two weeks of the regular season with playoff berths secured. Furthermore, only Chaparral is mathematically eliminated from postseason contention.
BELTON — Killeen did not have anything to play for other than pride, but that was enough.
Aaron Crittenden only needs one more championship to complete his postseason collection.
Every area team has something to play for this week except Belton, and the only reason the Tigers do not is because they are on a bye.