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BELTON — When it was time to thank the family and coaches who made it all possible Friday, a week of riding an emotional roller coaster finally got to Belton senior Jared Janczak.
Almost nothing could keep Coby Giniewicz out of the lineup.
Seven Shoemaker seniors, including one transplanted from rival Ellison, decided they were going to be the group that led the Grey Wolves to the baseball playoffs for the first time in school history.
GRAND PRAIRIE — One big inning of hitting was not enough for the Belton baseball to overcome a bad start with bad defense.
Belton pitcher Jared Janczak delivers during the Tigers' 8-7, eight-inning loss at South Grand Prairie on Thursday night in Game 1 of a Class 5A bi-district playoff series.
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.
Belton’s Jared Janczak throws a pitch against Shoemaker in the teams’ District 8-5A matchup Friday at Shoemaker. Janczak tossed a five-inning no-hitter and Belton won 11-0.
Jared Janczak did not even know.
There was only so long Tyler Bark could escape.
BELTON — Jared Janczak had what the Harker Heights pitching staff lacked Thursday night: Control.
HEWITT — Waco Midway rallied from a 5-0 deficit, capped by Will Crooker’s RBI walk-off single with no outs in the bottom of the seventh inning, to hand Belton a 6-5 loss and claim a share of the District 8-5A lead before a capacity crowd at Panther Field.
Belton's Jared Janczak holds up his catch from center field as teammate Cameron Cooper backs him up in their game against Killeen on Friday at Killeen High School.
Killeen's Marcos Hinojos dives to make a catch and throw to second base against Belton on Friday at Killeen High School.
Belton's Mark Harrington throws over an umpire to first base against Killeen at Killeen High School.
Belton’s Cameron Cooper receives congratulations after scoring a run for the Tigers against Killeen on Friday.
Killeen's Devyn Darnall stops a ball while playing against Belton on Friday at Killeen High School.
Killeen's John Rectorivick leans in to deliver a pitch against Belton on Friday at Killeen High School.
Killeen baseball coach Donald Trcka sent four guys looking for it. But the elusive strike zone evaded all four pitchers.
Ryan Stuckey was surprised to be nominated. He was even more shocked to win.
BELTON — Walker Winders was not surprised that the Belton baseball team rallied on Tuesday night, but the style in which it was done caught the junior shortstop off guard.
“A wave of panic passed over the vessel, and these rough and hardy men, who feared no mortal foe, shook with terror at the shadows of their own minds.” — Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, “Sir Nigel”
HARKER HEIGHTS — Entering the season, Belton head coach Eddie Cornblum had one main problem — who was his ace?
At Round Rock, the Tigers closed out play at the Langerhans Invitational with a victory over Lewisville.
SALADO — In his first season, Chad Krempin showed that pure talent can sometimes supersede a lack of experience.
Belton's Jared Janczak jumps into the air and celebrates after advancing to third base as Temple's Ricky Ortiz looks on in the schools' matchup Friday, April 13, 2012 at Belton High School
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.