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As a young girl, Lexi Smith witnessed Cat Osterman’s domination.
When Shelly Hayes became Copperas Cove’s softball coach, she did not care about her players’ positions. She only cared about putting players in a position to succeed.
Success, for the Belton softball team, started in the circle.
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.
MIDLOTHIAN — It was difficult to determine which was more miserable Thursday night — the weather or the Belton Lady Tigers.
WACO — At 9 a.m. Friday, Bekah Alcozer was in the process of placing seventh in the discus in the Region I-5A track and field meet in Lubbock.
BELTON — While there wasn’t a district championship or a playoff berth on the line Friday night, don’t tell that to the Belton Lady Tigers.
At Shoemaker, Sidney Holman was 3 for 3 with a triple, four RBIs and two runs scored. And she also pitched four shutout innings, striking out six in the four-inning run-rule victory over the Lady Grey Wolves. Kirstin Whiteside was also 2 for 2 with two runs and two RBIs for Belton (18-11, 11-2 8-5A) and Alex Wilson had three RBIs.
At Killeen, Sidney Holman threw a one-hitter and struck out 11 as the Lady Tigers cruised to a win over the Lady Roos. Belton drew 14 walks against Killeen pitcher Dasha Dance. Alex Wilson and Alyson Bishoff both had doubles for the Lady Tigers.
Belton freshman Sidney Holman hurls a pitch toward home plate during the sixth inning of their win over Copperas Cove on Tuesday in Cove.
COPPERAS COVE — Sidney Holman did not feel like herself before the game started.
Belton freshman pitcher Sidney Holman threw for a complete-game victory and received plenty of support from her teammates, who accounted for seven hits in a 5-2 win at Copperas Cove.
Thanks to the poor weather and some scheduling confusion, the Belton Lady Tigers only saw the practice field for 30 minutes this week.
WACO — Among the elite softball teams in District 8-5A there isn’t much room for a miscue here or there.
BELTON — Matt Blackburn let his team keep hitting.
Everything went Reagan Bazar’s way in the district opener.
Matt Blackburn does this a little bit by design.
BELTON — In a slow-moving game and a foot out the door for Spring Break, the Belton Lady Tigers were looking for an offensive spark.
Ryan Stuckey was surprised to be nominated. He was even more shocked to win.
Score one for the freshman. Belton freshman Sidney Holman and Temple’s Lexi Smith faced off in a classic pitcher’s duel at packed Tem-Cat Field Tuesday night.
BELTON — Sidney Holman pitched her second no-hitter in a seven-day span and was backed by a big offensive output led by Bekah Alcozer as Belton dominated Ellison 12-1 in five innings in a District 8-5A game at Lady Tiger Field.
At Flower Mound, Sidney Holman had a rough outing giving up five runs without getting an out for the Lady Tigers. Belton’s offense was not much better, only recording four hits.
The Belton Lady Tigers got off to a better start Friday defeating Laredo United South 12-2 and followed that up with a 9-3 win over Plano at the Bryan Tournament.
At Bryan, the Lady Tigers didn’t have the start to the season they wanted, losing 2-1 to Manvel in five innings and then defeated the Bryan junior varsity 10-6 after giving up six runs in the seventh inning. Kirsten Whiteside drove in Belton’s lone run against Manvel, scoring pitcher Sidney Holman. Alyson Bishoff led the Lady Tigers against the Lady Vikings, going 3 for 5 with a double and four RBI.
Belton coach Matt Blackburn didn’t want to do it.
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.