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BELTON — The first half played out beautifully for the Belton Tigers on Friday night. They forced turnovers, won the field-position battle and made plays on offense to secure a 27-7 halftime lead in their season opener at Tiger Field.

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TAYLOR — Caden Strickland scored four touchdowns, and Reid Vincent rushed for 179 yards to lead the Salado Eagles to a 49-3 romp over Taylor in nondistrict action Friday night.

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GATESVILLE — Logan Edwards caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Luke Mullins late in the first half, giving the Hornets the lead for good on the way to a 22-16 win over Hillsboro on Friday that snapped Gatesville's 14-game losing streak.

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The Lampasas Independent School District on Tuesday announced on Twitter that Friday's high school varsity football game at China Spring was canceled "due to Covid related issues at China Spring."

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SALADO — After a less than ideal end to the first half of Friday night’s game at Eagle Stadium, the Salado Eagles could have easily rolled over, turned on their auto-pilot setting and called it an evening, especially after rain and wet field conditions put a damper on their home opener.

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GATESVILLE — Glen Rose dominated the second half and the Tigers pulled away for a 48-29 victory over Gatesville on Friday at McKamie Stadium, sending the Hornets to their 14th consecutive loss.

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Experience populates both sides of the ball this season at Salado, whether it’s returning starters or role players from a year ago ready to shoulder expanded responsibilities.

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TEMPLE — With every new match, the first-year Lake Belton Broncos are improving, building team chemistry and gaining confidence. And that’s all coach Liz Ramsey asks of her volleyball squad full of sophomores and freshmen.

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LITTLE RIVER-ACADEMY — Ellie Erwin described The Hive as a venue ripe with enthusiasm and a comfortable setting for her and the rest of the Academy Lady Bees. Perhaps that’s why the hosts appeared composed Tuesday night and didn’t budge much while locked in a tightly contested non-district m…

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SALADO — As to be expected with the first volleyball match of a season, the Salado Lady Eagles came out a little bit nervous, with back-to-back hitting errors on offense to fall into a quick hole against the Florence Lady Buffaloes.

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Nina Cobb, Killeen resident and mother of NFL free agent and Ellison High School graduate David Cobb, was named parliamentarian of the Professional Football Players Mothers Association (PFPMA) last month, serving her second term. 

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AUSTIN — Texas will play high school football this fall, but some of it will be delayed, attendance will be limited and masks will be required as the state fights a surge in new coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths. 

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A medicine ball is sanitized before its next use during Monday's strength and conditioning workout at Ellison High School.

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Ellison athletes work on their legs (foreground) and arms (background with medicine balls) during Monday's strength and conditioning workout at Ellison High School.