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WACO — Exactly one year ago to the date, the Belton girls soccer team traveled to Waco ISD Stadium for a Class 6A bi-district playoff game and came away with a 3-0 loss to Rowlett. One year later on the same field, the Lady Tigers were determined not to replicate that result against Cedar Hill.

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HEWITT — Mark Alvarado hit the crossbar twice Friday night — a frustrating outcome for any forward. In fact, the junior called it “annoying.” Except Alvarado likely couldn’t care less about his misses because he also scored twice, and his soccer season isn’t over.

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MANOR — Taylor coach Cory Maxwell believes a few years down the road that his girls soccer program could begin having the type of playoff success Salado expects every season. That time just isn’t now.

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BELTON — Belton broke open a tie game with a five-run sixth inning and the Tigers took advantage of the UIL’s new pitch-count rule to pick up their first District 8-6A win of the season, 9-4 over Harker Heights on Friday night.

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At Salado, Rebecca Dockray allowed just one hit in the circle, Breigh Oliver and Christin Wilson tallied three hits apiece and No. 13-ranked Salado drubbed Leander Glenn 10-0 in five innings via the 10-run rule in District 19-4A action Thursday.

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BELTON — A couple of summers ago Waco Midway softball coach Ed Trochim met Abilene Christian coach Bobby Reeves at a softball clinic. Trochim mentioned to Reeves that many football athletes are leaving high school early to join their future college teams, and the Midway coach jokingly asked …

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