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Copperas Cove and Waco Midway ran away from the rest of District 8-5A this past volleyball season.
WACO — It was not how he wanted the season to end, but he was happy with how it finished.
Down 9-6 in the fourth set, coach William De Gracia called a timeout and calmly spoke to his team.
Fresh off two sweeps in its last two games, Ellison coach William De Gracia said his team looked a bit “comfortable” at the start of its match against Temple on Tuesday.
Kaylai Lewis said she and her Ellison teammates had a point to prove against visiting Harker Heights on Tuesday.
Ellison's Bryanna Sanchez reacts after missing a final shot against Marble Falls on Tuesday night at Ellison.
Demarco Marcel Adams
Success, for the Belton softball team, started in the circle.
Shelly Hayes is not happy, but she is happier.
Ellison's Bryanna Sanchez tags out Belton's Tiffany Beaver at home plate Thursday evening at Ellison.
Belton's Kirsten Whiteside attempts to tag Ellison's Bryanna Sanchez Thursday evening at Ellison.
Thanks to the poor weather and some scheduling confusion, the Belton Lady Tigers only saw the practice field for 30 minutes this week.
At Ellison, Kennedy Connell was 3 for 5 with four RBIs, Jorie Monge was 2 for 5 with four RBIs and Felicia Camargo and Dusti Douglas each knocked in three RBIs as the Lady Eagles secured their second District 8-5A win in dominant fashion. Bryanna Sanchez worked five innings of no-hit ball for the win while the Lady Eagles offense racked up 15 hits and took advantage of seven Killeen errors.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Ellison head softball coach Rebecca Daley described the Lady Eagles’ 2-15 pre-district start as hitting a “roadblock.”
TAYLOR — Despite another in a long line of slow starts, Ellison powered through thanks to a relentless defense, and a combined 50 digs, in a 29-27, 25-15, 25-20 victory over host Taylor on Tuesday.
By Kevin Posival and Nick Talbot
By Nick Talbot
Mickey Monge was looking for an inside pitch to hit and Eryn Morrison was looking outside.
By Nick Talbot
The Citizens for Soldiers club will have its monthly meeting and workday from noon to 3:30 p.m. Monday at the Belton Senior Activity Center, 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.