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CORSICANA — Belton’s volleyball team found out the hard way on Monday that height is not necessary for a good hitting attack.
The regular season may not be over yet, but four area teams will looking toward the postseason after finishing off district play tonight.
HARKER HEIGHTS — It wasn’t a perfect match, but when Belton needed it, the Lady Tigers responded emphatically to every challenge by Harker Heights in a 23-25, 25-14, 25-14, 25-18 victory at Heights Gym.
COPPERAS COVE — On Friday night there was a group of players wearing red jerseys on the court that were equally as pumped up during Game 2 as a coach was on the bench.
After falling 25-7, Shoemaker found itself behind Belton 8-2 in the second set.
The world may be made for right-handed people, but on Friday it was a southpaw that ruled the gym and dealt the Ellison Lady Eagles (16-11, 4-3 District 8-5A) a district setback.
A wave of relief washed over Belton senior Monica Gonzalez after putting down the kill that finally put away Killeen on Tuesday.
BELTON — Stacy Meyers knew stopping Qiana Canete would be difficult. She was right.
TEMPLE — Tuesday night for the Belton Lady Tigers was a night that saw significant growth.
Stacy Meyers has high expectations for the Belton volleyball team.
CHINA SPRING — Belton volleyball coach Stacy Meyers was not too worried about dropping Game 2 to China Spring on Tuesday. She knew her squad still had the momentum.
GATESVILLE — Stacy Meyers has been trying to convince her players they are capable of beating anyone.
At Salado, the Belton Lady Tigers continued their winning ways, defeating Salado. Stacy Meyers said that even though her team won, she’d like to see more consistency.
GATESVILLE — Most of the patrons in Hornet Gym thought it might be a short night.
It certainly wasn’t the prettiest game Stacy Meyers has seen.
COPPERAS COVE — There is nowhere to hide. After entering last season intent to prove itself as one of District 8-5A’s elite teams, Copperas Cove eliminated any doubt by cruising to the program’s first undefeated district championship.
Qiana Canete’s newcomer title didn’t last long.
Chris Wiley would’ve stacked his group of seniors with any of those from the rest of District 8-5A.
CORSICANA — The Belton Lady Tigers took a minute to appreciate where they were: the playoffs.
BELTON — The Belton Lady Tigers didn’t want to just eke their way into the playoffs.
TEMPLE — A year after finishing 5-31, the Belton Lady Tigers clinched a playoff berth Friday, downing Temple 25-19, 26-28, 25-20, 25-16 at Wildcat Gym.
BELTON — Madelyn Graves was nervous and scared.
Belton Lady Tigers’ volleyball captain Maggie Kramer noticed the hitting struggles in warm-ups Tuesday.
At Marble Falls, Alexus Dunning had 10 kills to go with a team-high 16 digs and three aces as the Lady Tigers defeated the Lady Mustangs to win their fourth straight match.
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.