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BELTON — With Belton’s offense stuck in neutral most of Friday night in the absence of a handful of regular starters, the Tigers defense picked the perfect four quarters to put together its best all-around performance of the season.

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Emily Holder had 14 kills, nine assists, an ace and a block as the Belton volleyball team swept Harker Heights 25-19, 25-19, 25-20 on Friday, setting up the Lady Tigers for a showdown for the outright district lead on Tuesday at Waco Midway.

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BELTON — Things are going pretty well for Belton so far in District 12-6A, and the first-place Lady Tigers intend to keep it that way for as long as possible. Part of upholding that Tuesday night was ignoring the pull of contentment a few days removed from an emotional victory over perennial…

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COPPERAS COVE — Belton busted loose in a hurry Friday night with a 31-yard touchdown run by Mike Davis, a 28-yard interception return score from cornerback Trent West, a successful onside kick and a 44-yard passing TD from quarterback Ruben Jimenez to D’emante Smith.

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BELTON — A pair of offensive adjustments by Belton — moving running back D’emante Smith to wide receiver and starting Mike Davis in the backfield — created a spark for the Tigers, who surpassed last week’s 135 total yardage output by halftime against visiting Round Rock on Friday night.

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TEMPLE — Tuesday night’s District 12-6A volleyball showdown at Wildcat Gym had almost everything you’d want in a volleyball match: Two fierce rivals playing their best in an intense matchup in front of a jubilant crowd.

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AUSTIN — Belton coach Sam Skidmore figured earlier this week that if there was indeed a quarterback battle between Kirkland Michaux, Cade Klubnik and Drew Willhoughby going on at Austin Westlake, the candidates to run the Chaparrals’ offense probably all were “pretty dang good.”

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WACO — Copperas Cove’s Aidan Chace took home the MVP award after leading the Red team to a 25-19, 25-21, 25-20 sweep of the Blue team Saturday in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Bowl all-star volleyball match Saturday at University High School.

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Even by lofty Belton standards, the Lady Tigers’ 2019 softball season was remarkable. Numerous school records for the perennial power were smashed and the team won a program-record 33 games.