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.

The new approach only went so far, though, and the Tigers’ big plays were trumped by the Dragons, who used a 30-point second quarter as the catalyst in a 42-30 victory at Tiger Field that sent Belton to 0-2  heading into next week’s District 12-6A opener at Copperas Cove.

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