Statements were made at every level.
Statements were made at every level.
Alyson Bishoff understands it will not be easy.
BELTON — Russel Cochran was given one final opportunity to take the mound, and he capitalized.
BELTON — After playing without spectators at last year’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes Super Centex Victory Bowl softball game, Friday night’s fans — especially those of Academy’s Molly VandenBout — had plenty to cheer during the sixth annual game that allowed 30 seniors from 25 Central T…
Madalyne Martinez made an impact.
Tre’jon Spiller produced points.
BELTON — As players filed out of the locker room and onto Tiger Field, equipped with helmets, pads and cleats that bestowed the signature red and white color scheme that Belton faithful have grown accustomed to seeing, only one conclusion could be drawn for the reason behind Thursday’s gathering.
Belton’s talent spread all over the field, and the awards prove it.
Their high school careers are over.
Lake Belton is not squandering its first opportunity.
BELTON — Bell County Museum’s newest exhibit, “Bell County Sports,” displaying photographs, equipment and other paraphernalia of schools, athletes and teams, opened Saturday.
The putts just didn’t happen to fall that day.
Lake Belton took the lead with a five-run sixth inning and went on to beat Jasper 7-4 on Saturday in Navasota to advance to the Class 4A regional quarterfinals.
BELTON — Three Garland Sachse pitchers limited host Belton to one hit, and the Mustangs took advantage of four errors in handing the Tigers a 7-2 loss Thursday night in Game 1 of a Class 6A area-round series.
AUSTIN — Shoemaker took home a bronze medal in the Class 6A boys 4x200-meter relay but still left the stadium disappointed at the UIL Track and Field State Championships on Saturday at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
BELTON — When the bats are brought along to accompany Belton’s bread and butter — pitching and defense — the Tigers tend to have success.
The Shoemaker boys track team boasts one of the best sprinters in the country and the fastest 4x100-meter relay time in the nation, but it is the Grey Wolves' 4x200 squad that survived the postseason and is headed to Saturday's state meet in Austin as a gold medal favorite.
BELTON — The best part for Belton about the muggy, cloudy and damp Thursday night is that it’s over — a piece of the past. Mansfield hopes it was a glimpse into its playoff future.
BELTON — It was actually a perfect ending to a great regular season.
Shoemaker scored a run in the top of the eighth inning and Madalyne Martinez won a pitchers' duel against Ellison's Lole Reyes as the Lady Grey Wolves edged the Lady Eagles 2-1 in their regular-season finale Monday at Ellison.
Brady Shadrick homered, tripled and was the winning pitcher Friday as the Belton Tigers rolled to a 10-3 win at Shoemaker to clinch the outright District 12-6A championship.
Belton is one step closer.
Brooke Schmidt's sacrifice fly with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning sent the Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs to an 8-7 home victory over Harker Heights on Tuesday.
WACO — When Daniel Moon finished his last hole in the second round of the Class 6A Region II golf tournament Tuesday afternoon, he was ready to pack up and head home, thinking his day and likely his season were over.
There was no doubt in her mind.
BELTON — Head coach Mark Krueger likened playing back-to-back days to postseason life. Fitting, then, that less than 24 hours after his District 12-6A-leading Belton squad defeated second-place Harker Heights, the Tigers guaranteed themselves that the playoffs would be part of their future.
HARKER HEIGHTS — The Belton Tigers and Harker Heights Knights provided fans with late-inning drama Friday night.
Three teams dominated in the standings, and each was rewarded for the showings.
BELTON — Sitting in first place in the District 12-6A standings, the Belton Tigers know they control their own destiny in pursuit of the league crown.
BELTON — For four brisk innings the Temple-Belton game was a tight game of manufactured runs and defensive.
COPPERAS COVE — Both teams had opportunities, but only one capitalized.
Brooke Schmidt tossed a one-hitter and drove in the game's only run as the Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs edged host Shoemaker 1-0 on Tuesday to edge closer to a playoff spot.
The first District 12-6A track meet in two years featured the same name on the boys championship trophy: Shoemaker.
MEXIA — Katelyn Chrisman said the foundation of the Belton girls soccer program is hard work. The Lady Tigers certainly put in overtime this week in Mexia.
COPPERAS COVE — It was more than a win. It was a milestone.
MEXIA — Pure drama unfolded Tuesday night at Bearcat Stadium.
Dekan Radigan and Russel Cochran combined for a two-hit shutout and Travis Sanders socked his fifth homer of the season in Copperas Cove's 2-0 win over Bryan on Tuesday in Copperas Cove.
Makenna Morrow scored the lone goal as the Belton Lady Tigers edged Duncanville 1-0 in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs on Friday in Duncanville.
Shortly after the final whistle blew at Waco Midway’s Panther Stadium, Belton head coach Ben Bralley gave a short and simple message to his players as they huddled up for one last time this season. The fourth-year head coach said Thursday night did not turn out the way he or his players want…
Paige Bridenstine’s dominating win in the regional meet turned out to be a sneak preview of her performance at state.
BELTON — Belton pitcher Brady Shadrick and his counterpart from Copperas Cove, Dekan Radigan, gave up their fair share of hits Tuesday night in the team’s District 12-6A opener. However, it seemed that every time the two would have to move into the stretch on the mound, they still worked out…
TEMPLE — Whether it was the nervousness associated with a rivalry game or the strong wind blowing in from center field Tuesday afternoon, Kaylee Jordan didn’t have her best stuff during a first inning in which she gave up a run on two hits, a walk and a wild pitch.
Sara Navarro recorded a hat trick and the Belton Lady Tigers broke a single-season team scoring record in a 6-0 win over Killeen on senior night in Belton.
BELTON — After last season was abruptly ended because of the coronavirus, leaving Belton in first place but without a chance to capture its second straight District 12-6A title, the Tigers entered this year on a mission to complete their unfinished business.
HARKER HEIGHTS — Victories are nice, but they are not the goal.
BELTON — The softball history between the Belton Tigers and the Copperas Cove Lady Dawgs has seen a lot of blowout victories throughout the years.