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BELTON — Friday’s game against Waco Midway embodied the season for the Belton football team. The Tigers had a good offense but a defense that was lacking.
CORSICANA — Belton’s volleyball team found out the hard way on Monday that height is not necessary for a good hitting attack.
FORT HOOD — To the horror of the Belton football team on Friday, Shoemaker rediscovered the offense it didn’t have the week before. To the delight of the Grey Wolves, the offense put them on the verge of a rarity in school history: a trip to the postseason.
BELTON — Belton’s defense was able to do a good job of keeping Killeen from scoring points on Friday for about 45 minutes. In the last 3 minutes, however, the Kangaroos were able to find something they were lacking, a dependable passing game. Because of that, Killeen was able to rally, just in the nick of time.
BELTON — Belton proved Tuesday it can hold its own against an opponent with a height advantage. Learning to make a key play or two to beat such an opponent will have to wait for another day.
BELTON — The latest rivalry game between the Temple and Belton football teams on Friday went in the favor of the Wildcats, and thanks to an excellent running game and Temple’s best defensive effort of this season, it was a rout.
Temple volleyball coach Tim McDonald doesn’t believe in celebrating moral victories, but he admitted that one such triumph would have been nice in a match against Harker Heights on Tuesday. It may have led to a real-life win.
BELTON — Belton safety Malik Green said no words were spoken among his teammates during halftime of Friday’s game against Harker Heights. In silence, the defense of the Tigers found their strength for their best half of football this season.
ROUND ROCK — Belton’s football team had a lack of defense and discipline on Friday. Even worse for the Tigers, what had been the silver lining of their season so far — their offense — had an off night too.
TEMPLE — Temple’s troubles with serve reception played a major role in a 25-13, 25-9, 25-16 loss to Georgetown East View at Wildcat Gym on Tuesday.
TEMPLE — A good job for her husband, not to mention a chance to be close to several family members, has led Bree Holz-Gonzales to say goodbye to the area.
Belton boys soccer players Brandon McGibney, left, committed to Howard Payne, and teammates Carlo Mosnia, second from left, Angel Hernandez and Keegan Valentino committed to Mary Hardin-Baylor in a ceremony at Tiger Gym on Friday.
FORT WORTH — Was it a caught foul tip to end an inning or a mere foul ball?
MIDLOTHIAN — After a terrible game to open its playoff series against Flower Mound on Thursday, the Belton softball team altered its strategy for Game 2 on Friday.
GRAND PRAIRIE — One big inning of hitting was not enough for the Belton baseball to overcome a bad start with bad defense.
BELTON — History was on the verge of repeating for the Belton baseball team on Friday, and it almost made the Tigers re-live a low point of their season.
JARRELL — Salado made defense look routine, while Jarrell’s was anything but.
MIDLOTHIAN — The Belton Tigers were out of their comfort zone.
BELTON — Being a 2012 champion of the Bell County PRCA Rodeo came in handy in the 2013 version as three champions defended their titles.
TEMPLE — The Temple and Killeen girls basketball teams knew they were going to the playoffs before they played each other on Tuesday, but only the Lady Roos looked like they were ready for the postseason.
TEMPLE — Kenesha Saygo called it.
TEMPLE — Tyesha Taylor had a strong all-around game for the Temple girls basketball team on Friday night, but what the junior center did on offense will stick with her the most.
ROUND ROCK — Alex Cooke was in contention to be a champion.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.