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The Exchange Club celebrated the outstanding youth of the Killeen Independent School District, recognizing Students of the Quarter at their meeting Monday.
The Exchange Club of Killeen recognized the Killeen Independent School District’s Outstanding Youth of the Quarter. The students honored are, back row, Nathan John Diederich, Ellison High School; Jeremy Candelas, Harker Heights High School; Charles Britton Owens, Killeen High School, and Mitchell Scott Telles, Shoemaker High School; front row, Christy Coe, Ellison High School; Chase Lalouette, Harker Heights High School; Brittany Mitchell, Killeen High School; and Kyana D’Andrya Lemons, Shoemaker High School.
Much like the district championships its racked up the last few years, the Belton boys soccer team continues to reel in the postseason accolades.
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.
Angel Hernandez and Carlo Mosnia were the two players Belton head boys soccer coach Tarcisio Mosnia didn’t have to worry about.
WACO — Nathan Diederich felt it. So did Ellison boys soccer coach Niles Dunnells.
Ellison's Nathan Diederich pushes past Duncanville's Jessie Juarez for the ball Friday night during the Class 5A bi-district playoffs at Waco ISD Stadium.
Soccer season is over for a majority of teams, but the fun is about to begin for those remaining.
For the first time in 12 years, the Ellison Eagles are preparing for the playoffs.
For the first time in 12 years, Ellison is preparing for the playoffs.
Ellison's Nathan Diederich kicks the ball past Temple's Temple Otamba, right, and Zachary Bergstrom, left, Friday night at Temple.
TEMPLE — Emerging from the visitors bench already wearing his windbreaker pants and his tattered Vans deck shoes, Mohamed Balde lifted his long arms to the sky, extending his index fingers, as teammates celebrated around him.
Ellison’s Nathan Diederich (8) rushes to steal the ball against Harker Heights’ Layne Broihier on Tuesday night at Harker Heights.
Ellison's Nathan Diederich fights for the ball against Harker Heights' #4 Tuesday night at Harker Heights.
Ellison's Nathan Diederich pushes past Harker Heights' #4 to gain possession of the ball Tuesday night at Harker Heights.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Ellison soccer team stood on the sideline at Harker Heights and took in the adoration as their fans cheered them on.
Niles Dunnells sat back on the cold metal bench and clasped his hands in his lap.
In a span of a minute, Ellison peppered Belton with four corner kicks.
At Waco, Nathan Diederich scored off an assist by Rashliegh Adams with 49 seconds left, but it was not enough to lift the Eagles past the Panthers.
At Shoemaker, Juan Paulido had two goals and two assists as the Eagles defeated the Grey Wolves.
At Ellison, Nathan Diederich scored on a penalty kick with 7:52 left in the first half and Jonathan Keene found the back of the net nine minutes into the second as the Eagles further cemented their grip on third place.
COPPERAS COVE — The frigid temperatures sweeping across Central Texas did nothing to slow the hot play of Mohamed Balde. The Ellison Eagles’ junior scored two goals in Friday night’s 4-2 victory against Copperas Cove — his second consecutive game with multiple goals.
At Ellison, Mohamed Balde scored twice and the Eagles had four goals in the game’s final 20 minutes to improve to 3-2 in District 8-5A.
Ellison's Nathan Diederich celebrates a score with teammate Mohamed Balde after Harker Heights scored an own-goal to give the Eagles a 2-0 lead in the first half Friday at Ellison.
Jared Cruddas knew the stat by heart — 20-0-1.
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.