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BELTON — Playing in their first game since Oct. 30, the Belton Tigers were understandably concerned about how they would physically respond in their first contest in three weeks. Belton also wanted to limit the explosive, big-play ability for which Ellison garnered a reputation around Distri…

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BELTON — Chances of completing every District 12-6A football game as originally scheduled were slim during the COVID-19 pandemic, and reality set in Tuesday when Belton High postponed this week’s contest against Harker Heights because of positive virus cases and quarantines resulting from co…

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BRYAN — The Belton Tigers needed to convert one or two first downs late in the fourth quarter in order to leave Merrill Green Stadium with their perfect District 12-6A record intact. Instead, Belton stalled on its penultimate possession and was forced to punt the ball back to the Bryan Vikings.

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BELTON — The Belton Tigers didn’t find the results they were looking for during their season-opening, three-game losing streak in non-district action, but they took away other positives and showed their growth in their return to Tiger Field on Friday night.

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The Killeen Kangaroos had all the momentum in the second half, but the Belton Tigers put together the key drive of the game Thursday night at Leo Buckley Stadium to earn their first win of the season and start the District 12-6A campaign on the right foot.

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MIDLAND — The Belton Tigers’ first goal Friday night when they entered Grande Communications Stadium was not to leave with a win. Granted, picking up their first victory of the season would have been a nice reward sandwiched between a pair of 5-hour bus rides, but that wasn’t the Tigers’ top…

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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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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.