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LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — Throughout the week, the chances of Philip Redwine getting to play this week were slim.
Typically when a team scores 30 points in the fourth quarter and attempts to mount a comeback, it happens through the air.
SALADO — The Troy Trojans hit all of the marks they were aiming at Friday night against Salado.
After a 48-6 loss to Rosebud-Lott, it looked as if Florence might flop against Thrall, which was coming off an 18-14 win against Bruceville-Eddy.
Kase Spears caught a 29-yard touchdown pass from McLane Carter with eight minutes to go in the first quarter. Less than a minute later, Chase Crenwelge hauled in a 13-yard pass from Carter for another Salado touchdown. Two and a half minutes after that, Davis Little scored on a 69-yard pass from Carter.
LORENA — Offenses ran roughshod over defenses, thwarting routs with rallies.
SALADO — A week into his first season as head coach at Salado, Brent Graham won’t be writing anybody’s name in permanent marker on his depth chart.
LEANDER — Kase Spears contorted his body as much as he could as he dove to the ground.
It’s a tradition. Season after season, the Belton Tigers are on top. The Lady Tigers have won nine straight district titles and 11 of the last 14. Under coach Tarcisio Mosnia, the Belton boys have never floundered. It has won or shared the district title in each of his nine seasons at the helm of the Tigers.
Salado head boys soccer coach Michael Goos did not present gaudy statistics like goals scored and total assists when he nominated Josh Rogers for District 34-4A MVP.
WACO — When the final buzzer sounded, Clayton Cole dropped to his knees and buried his head in his hands on the Waco University turf.
BELLMEAD — Chase Crenwelge laid on his back, hands behind his head and knees bent to the air, as his coach gave the postgame pep talk. The Salado junior midfielder had earned a little bit of a rest.
Soccer season is over for a majority of teams, but the fun is about to begin for those remaining.
Salado's Chase Crenwelge kicks the ball over Gatesville's Jhovany Maldonado Friday night at Gatesville.
GATESVILLE — Salado had nothing to gain by winning and nothing to lose by losing.
At Salado, four different players scored goals for the Eagles and the Badgers took zero shots as Salado won its fourth straight game.
At Lorena, Daniel Lemus, Tristan Bragg and Chase Crenwelge all scored for Salado and the Eagles won their third straight game. Salado (12-6-3, 6-1 34-4A) led 1-0 at halftime and added two more goals in the second half.
At Salado, Dennie Braker scored twice and the Eagles remained undefeated in District 34-4A.
SALADO — Battling through a scoreless tie in the first 29 ½ minutes of play Friday, it looked like Salado and Cameron Yoe would be in for a fierce semifinal battle. That is until Tristan Bragg put his head into it — literally.
For the past decade, Belton soccer was an explosive juggernaut. From Tayron Martin to Luke Villamaria to Hadley Young to Chelsea Jones, the players kept coming in for the Tigers and Lady Tigers.
There was no work-up. Daniel McCants didn’t need time to adjust to varsity football.
He did it again
SALADO — Chase Crenwelge prepared himself for the cold front that hit Central Texas on Friday night.
At Troy, Trojans tailback Colton Mayo rushed for 247 yards and six touchdowns while quarterback Kyle Whitley added 172 as each scored twice in a 30-7 fourth quarter to trounce the visiting Eagles.
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.