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11 Tigers will be signing on February 1st

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On Wednesday, February 1, 2017, 11 Tiger’s will be signing their National Letter of Intent’s to continue their athletic and academic career’s at the college level. The ceremony will begin at 4:00 p.m. at the Belton Athletic Complex in the Weight Room.

The 11 Athletes signing are Davion Peoples – Blinn College – Football, Peyton Mansell – The University of Iowa – Football, Alex Aaron – Northwestern Oklahoma State University – Football, Javon Chambers – Tarleton State University – Football, Jaylin Bryant – Howard Payne University – Football, John Harvey – Colorado School of Mines – Football, Remington Lutz – Abilene Christian University – Football, Brooke Gilmore – Baylor University – Cross Country/Track, Emma Stinson – University of Mary Hardin Baylor – Soccer, Breck Potvin – Temple College – Baseball, Logan Collins – University of Mary Hardin Baylor – Football

Davion Peoples – Blinn College – Football

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Dae Dae was 3-year letterman from 2014 – 2016 for the Belton Tiger Football Team and was a team captain in 2016 season. Through out his career with the tigers he brought a lot of energy and excitement to the team from his electrifying playmaking ability and his outgoing personality.

Dae Dae’s versatility as a running back / wide receiver helped the 2016 tiger’s football team set school records in points scored in a season and team total yards in a season. DaeDae also holds the record for most TD receptions in a game vs Harker Heights with 4 TD receptions. He also owns the school record for longest TD run (98 yds vs Rowlett 2015).D Peoples

Dae Dae was able to accumulate several accolades, which included being named a 2 time 1st Team All District Running Back (2015 & 2016) and 2016 Belton High School Offensive MVP. Dae Dae finished his career with over 3,500 all-purpose yards and 44 TD’ and will continue his football career at Blinn Junior College in the fall.

We expect Dae Dae to have continued success as a Buccaneer and look forward to watching his career very closely.

Peyton Mansell – University of Iowa – Football


Peyton has been a 2-year starter for the Tigers. Peyton’s greatest attribute is he is a tenacious competitor; he is capable of willing a team to win. He has a tireless work ethic and constantly strives for perfection.

In 2016 Peyton completed 188 passes with a 70.1% completion percentage for 2,526 yds and 33 TD’s. He also rushed for 1,134 yds on 165 carries, with 15 TD’s. He was the Teams MVP, as well as District 8-6A MVP.

In 2015 Peyton completed 148 passes for 1,708 yds and 20 TD’s. He also rushed for 714 yds on 118 carries, with 10 TD’s. Peyton was selected as District 8-6A Offensive Newcomer of the Year and 1st Team All District QB.P Mansell

Peyton also was a member of the Tigers Varsity Track Team and was an academic all state selection. He was 2nd team all Centex QB, 1st All Centex Punter, and an All State Honorable QB.

We expect great things for Peyton up in Hawkeye land and have no doubt he will have great success for The University of Iowa.


Alex Aaron – Northwestern Oklahoma State University – Football


It has been a wonderful journey from the time Alex arrived from Lake Belton Middle school to now.  Alex is a player we knew early on, that liked being physical at the point of attack and did not hesitate to hit people and separate football players from the football. His athleticism and instincts allowed him to play linebacker at a very high level. The process is something that Alex embraced and he really took control of being the emotional leader for the football team. His energy and ability to motivate others was a phenomenal. As the year progressed, his production and level of play picked up tremendously.A Aaron

Alex played an strong safety – outside linebacker and finished his senior season with 78 tackles and one sack. Alex was the team MVP vs. South Grand Prairie and was selected as a 2nd Team All-District Linebacker.

We appreciate Alex and the great effort and enthusiasm he came to football with every day. We expect great things from Alex as he continues his athletic career.

Javon Chambers – Tarleton State University – Football


Javon Chambers will be continuing his football career at Tarleton University next year. Javon has had a very successful career as a Belton Tiger. He is a three-year letterman, two-time all district selection, awarded most valuable offensive lineman 2016, and was selected by his peers to be a team captain for the 2016 football season.Chambers

He has anchored down an offensive line that has paved the way for several all time season records. Javon not only is a tremendous football player but he is also a great man of character that lead by example.

He is expected to do great things at the next level and has left an outstanding tradition for young tigers to follow.


Jaylin Bryant – Howard Payne University – Football


Jaylin Bryant will be continuing his football career at Howard Payne University (HPU) next year. Jaylin is one of many offensive linemen that have had a successful career as a Betlon Tiger. He is a two-time letterman and has contributed to several all time record setting seasons for the tigers.Bryant

Jaylin strives for excellence on the field as well as caring for his teammates. He would always put the team in front of himself and was an example of someone who fit the model of a perfect teammate.

He has carried on the tradition of a Belton offensive lineman and has set an example for young offensive lineman to follow. Jaylin is expected to do great things at the next level and we know he will.

John Harvey – Colorado School of Mines – Football


It has been a joy to coach John during his time as a Belton Tiger. I first met John Harvey at a Belton Tiger football camp and introduced myself. I want to take the time to personally thank John and his family, as they continue the journey at School of Mines. I have personally coached John since he was a freshmen and I could tell early on that he was going to be a collegiate football player. His work ethic towards learning the little things that it takes to become a good linebacker is something that John took and ran with. Harvey

John played inside linebacker and had 134 tackles, 4 sacks, and a interception. He was MVP vs. the Midway Panthers and Defensive MVP vs. Temple and Killeen High School during his senior season. He was selected as a unanimous All-district first team linebacker selection his senior season and 2nd team linebacker his jr. season.

Its been a joy to coach you John Harvey-Gonzales. We expect John to continue to have great success going forward.

Remington Lutz – Abilene Christian University – Football

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Remington was a 2-year starter for the Tiger football team. He was a versatile athlete who could line-up on the line of scrimmage as a TE or flex-out as a wide receiver.   Remington improved each year as a blocker, but his size & great hands where his best attributes that made him a reliable pass catcher & offensive threat. Remington came to work every day with a great attitude and constantly strived to improve.

Remington had 13 catches on the year for a 14.69 average per catch; he had 2 TD receptions on the year highlighted by a 68-yarder vs. Cove.R Lutz

Remington was a 2nd Team, All-District performer as a Junior, & this year as a Senior, he was selected 1st Team, All-District 8-6A TE.

Remington is a member of the Tiger Varsity Baseball Team.   He will continue his education & athletic career at Abilene Christian University as a member of the Wildcat football team.

Brooke Gilmore – Baylor University – Cross Country/Track


Ms Brooke Gilmore is signing today to run Cross Country and Track at Baylor University. Brooke has been a driving force behind the success of both the Cross Country and Track programs here at Belton High School. Her dedication in running has led her to gain many achievements and awards in her sport. Brooke’s awards include:

  • 4 year lettermen in both Cross Country and Track.
  • Track newcomer of the year award
  • 3 year Regional Qualifier in track at the mile and 2 mile
  • Outstanding track award 2 years in a row
  • All District in Cross Country as well as 4 year Regional Qualifier and 2 year State Qualifier
  • Most Valuable Runner in Cross Country 4 years in a row
  • Cross Country Coaches Association of Texas All- Region AwardUnknown
  • Texas Girl’s Coaches Association Cross Country All Star Award
  • This year Brooke was 10th in the State of Texas at the Girl’s 6A Cross Country State Meet

As a coaching staff, we are very proud of Brooke and her accomplishments. We are so excited to see her excel at the next level at Baylor. She is a great example of what a Belton Tiger represents!


Emma Stinson – University of Mary Hardin Baylor – Soccer


Ms. Emma Stinson is signing today to play Soccer at UMHB. Emma has been a member of the Varsity soccer team at Belton High School for 3 years. Emma’s competitive nature and drive has led her to achieve a great number of awards over the years.

Emma has been a member of the Academic All District team 2 years in a row. She was named to the honorable mention all-district team as a sophomore, and was selected second team all-district as a Junior.  Emma’s leadership shows both on and off the field LTS 33accumulating 11 goals, 5 assists and 8 and a half. Emma has stepped into a huge roll for us in the defense this year, and we fully expect her to help lead us to another great season.

Emma is excited about the opportunity to showcase her talents at the next level. She would like to invite you all out to come out support the Lady Tigers as they fight to win their 13th straight district title as we take on Midway here at Tiger field on Tuesday, February 7th.

Breck Potvin – Temple College – Baseball

Breck Potvin

Breck was a two year starter for the Tigers, 2nd team All-District Outfielder last year, batted .361 with 11 RBI’s to go along with 11 stolen bases and 30IMG_2047

Breck will be changing positions this year moving from the Outfield to Shortstop.  He will bat in the top of the lineup and be expected to be one of our key contributors and leaders this season.   

We have no doubt Breck will have continued success at Temple College.

Logan Collins – University of Mary Hardin Baylor – Football

Logan Collins

Logan moved to Belton from Kemp high school his sophomore year.

Logan was injured his first year here, but once he got healthy, we realized in the spring Logan was fast. He was a 2 year varsity receiver.L Collins

Starter this past season and had 19 catches for 503 yards and 5 TD. An astounding 26.5 ypg. which lead all receivers in 8-6A. His 2 year average was 26 yard per reception, which is incredible. Logan was a 2nd team All District Selection in 2016. Logan was also a 3 year letterman in Track and one of our top sprinters.

Logan has been a pleasure to coach, is a very nice young man and is going to do a great job for the defending national champion Crusaders.



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