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Live Score Updates- Boys Soccer

Bookmark this page to follow along for live scoring updates for all Belton Boys Soccer home games. Go Tigers!

Live Score Updates- Girls Soccer

Bookmark this page to follow along for live scoring updates for all Belton Girls Soccer home games. Go Tigers!

Live Score Updates- Softball

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Live Score Updates- Baseball

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2020 All State and All Region Players

Congratulations to Andres Martinez, Edgar Soto, Oscar Vargas and Coach Ben Bralley for being awarded All State and All Region honors for the 2020 season.   Andres Martinez was awarded by TASCO: Honorable Mention All-State 6A Goal Keeper for the second consecutive season.   Edgar Soto was awarded by TASCO: 1st Team All Region Midfielder

Belton High’s New Swim Coach Chris Knipp

Coach Chris Knipp has been coaching swimming for the past 6 years, including age group, senior, and master’s level swimmers. Coach Knipp began his coaching career as an assistant coach in 2014 at West Lafayette High School in Indiana. For four years, Coach Knipp was an assistant coach helping to guide the team to four

Tiger Tennis Fall Tryout Information

Fall 2020 BHS Tennis Try-Out Information When: August 3rd through the 7th Monday: 6 A.M. to 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. to 6 P.M. Tuesday: 6 A.M. to 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. to 6 P.M. Wednesday: 6 A.M. to 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. to 6 P.M. Thursday: 6 A.M. to 8 A.M. and

Belton Tigers announce new Strength and Conditioning Coach- Nathan York

Nathan York is coming to Belton High School from Florida Atlantic University where he was an Assistant Football Strength & Conditioning Coach for the past two years. While at FAU, he was part of the staff that helped lead the Owls to the 2019 Conference USA Championship. FAU finished an 11-3 season in 2019 with

Flashing Back, Looking Ahead

Lady Tigers, Wow, what a season!  I know this year did not go as we were planning.  Having a virus cut our season short hurts and is frustrating, but keeping everyone healthy and safe is always our most important priority.  I want you to know that your coaches were very excited for district and had

Belton Tiger new assistant football coach Carlo Mosnia

Carlo was a 2012 TASCO Boys Soccer All-State goalkeeper during his senior year of high school. He also earned the 2012 Excellence in Life Award for succeeding in the classroom as well as athletically. He graduated from Belton High School in 2013 and went on to attend the University of Mary-Hardin Baylor before transferring to

Belton Tiger new assistant football coach Eric Truesdale

 Eric Truesdale looks forward to joining the Belton Family this fall. He spent the last school year Teaching and Coaching in Navarro ISD just north of Seguin. Prior to that Eric spent 3 years coaching and teaching at Henry Middle School in Cedar Park and  2 years teaching and coaching at Dripping Springs Middle School. He

Belton Tiger new assistant football coach Kyle Schultze

 Kyle graduated from Texas A&m in 2017 with a bachelors of science degree in geology along with a minor in geographical information systems. He has been working as a teacher at Kingwood High School for the past two years teaching Geometry. This past year was his first year coaching both football and basketball. In his

Belton Tiger new DL Coach Brandon Faubion

Brandon has been coaching for five years, beginning his career in San Angelo at Grape Creek High School and then at Alice High School for the previous three years. He played football as a four year letterman at Lometa High School where he received All-State honors. After high school he attended Angelo State University where he received a

Belton Tiger new RB Coach Robert (Tre) Jones III

Robert “Tre” Jones III is from Red Oak, TX where he went to high school with his two brothers and parents. In high school he was a two time varsity letterman for football and powerlifting. Tre then went on to continue his education at Austin College where he played football for four years. He was