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8th grade A team

Game one of the tournament was a face off with Jarrell 8A on Friday night, where the tigers tested their team chemistry. Ayanna Jones and Megan Shelburne made 80% of their free throws. Despite their rough start in the first 2 quarters, the tigers found their rhythm in the fourth. Catching up by quite a deficit, it was not enough to gain a win in the first game.

Game two the tigers were up against Lorena 8A. The tigers found themselves not up for the match on Saturday morning, struggling to play offense or defense. The second loss of the tournament led them to play South Belton in the third and final game of the weekend.

Game 3 was enough to lift Lake Belton’s spirits by sealing their one and only win against South.

 

7th grade

Game one for seventh grade was also against Jarrell to start off the weekend competition. The tigers had good teamwork and chemistry, but lacked defensive aggression in the first half. The third quarter showed potential in a come back, but the tigers were unable to keep that energy through the 4th quarter, resulting in a loss.

Game two was a heartbreaker against North Belton, with a close match up. Leading the first half of the game, Lake had confidence in their abilities to beat North. However, in the fourth quarter, North came out on top by one point.

Game 3 was a match up with Travis 7A, allowing Lake to slow down and play our game to improve our defense. An easy 4 quarter victory put the tigers feeling excited for the season to come.

The Lake Belton tigers have a bye this week, and will open the season against North Belton on November 30th at home.


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Tigers News · All Teams Schedule: Week of November 13 – November 19


Here’s a preview of this week’s events for Belton High School, November 13 – November 19

MONDAY

November 13, 2017

4:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Tennis SB
LBMS
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Tennis NB
@ Groesbeck High School
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Tennis SB
SBMS vs. LBMS
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Tennis SB
SBMS vs. LBMS
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Girls 8th Grade Tennis SB
SBMS vs. LBMS
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Girls 8th Grade Tennis NB
@ Groesbeck High School
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Tennis NB
@ Groesbeck High School
SCHEDULE
4:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Tennis NB
@ Groesbeck High School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. University High School
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys Freshman Basketball
vs. University High School
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. University High School
SCHEDULE

TUESDAY

November 14, 2017

TBA Coed Junior Varsity Tennis Team
Killeen Freshman Tournament
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 1
vs. Pflugerville Connally
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls Freshman Basketball 2
vs. Pflugerville Connally
SCHEDULE
6:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Pflugerville Connally
SCHEDULE

WEDNESDAY

November 15, 2017

No events happening

THURSDAY

November 16, 2017

TBA Coed Junior Varsity Tennis Team
Killeen JV Tournament
SCHEDULE
TBA Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 1
@ Tba
SCHEDULE
TBA Girls Freshman Basketball 2
@ Tba
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Basketball NB
vs. Sbms
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls 8th Grade Basketball SB
@ Nbms (5:00/6:00)
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls 8th Grade Basketball NB
vs. Sbms
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Boys 7th Grade Basketball NB
@ Sbms
SCHEDULE
5:00 PM Girls 7th Grade Basketball SB
@ Nbms (5:00/6:00)
SCHEDULE
6:00 PM Boys 8th Grade Basketball NB
@ Sbms
SCHEDULE

FRIDAY

November 17, 2017

3:30 PM Coed Junior Varsity Swimming
TISCA Prelims
SCHEDULE
3:30 PM Coed Varsity Swimming
TISCA Prelims
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. East View High School
SCHEDULE
7:30 PM Boys Varsity Football
vs. South Grand Prairie High School
SCHEDULE

SATURDAY

November 18, 2017

TBA Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 1
@ Tba
SCHEDULE
TBA Girls Freshman Basketball 2
@ Tba
SCHEDULE
11:00 AM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
@ Temple High School
SCHEDULE
11:00 AM Boys Freshman Basketball
@ Temple High School
SCHEDULE
11:30 AM Coed Varsity Swimming
TISCA Finals
SCHEDULE
11:30 AM Coed Junior Varsity Swimming
TISCA Finals
SCHEDULE
5:30 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Temple High School
SCHEDULE

SUNDAY

November 19, 2017

No events happening

Notes

Nothing more to add at this time. Make it the best week ever!


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Tigers News · Event Recap: Week of November 4 – November 10


Saturday, Nov 4th

Coed Varsity Cross Country
State Meet
N/A
Boys Varsity Basketball
@ Cedar Ridge High School
N/A
Coed Junior Varsity Swimming
South Lake. Vandergrift,Westlake
N/A
Coed Varsity Swimming
South Lake. Vandergrift,Westlake
N/A

Sunday, Nov 5th

No event results

Monday, Nov 6th

Girls 7th Grade Tennis NB
LBMS
N/A
Boys 7th Grade Tennis SB
SBMS vs. Robinson
th Place
Boys 8th Grade Tennis SB
SBMS vs. Robinson
th Place
Girls 8th Grade Tennis NB
LBMS
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Tennis SB
SBMS vs. Robinson
th Place
Girls 7th Grade Tennis SB
@ Robinson High School
N/A
Boys 8th Grade Tennis NB
LBMS
N/A
Boys 7th Grade Tennis NB
LBMS
N/A
Boys 7th Grade Football NB
@ Lamar
N/A
Boys 7th Grade Football SB
vs. Travis
N/A
Boys 7th Grade Football LB
@ Cove Jr High School
N/A

Tuesday, Nov 7th

Coed Junior Varsity Tennis Team
Georgetown Freshman Tournament
N/A
Boys 8th Grade Football NB
vs. Lamar
N/A
Boys 8th Grade Football LB
vs. Cove Jr. High School
N/A
Boys 8th Grade Football SB
@ Travis
N/A
Girls Freshman Basketball 2
vs. Liberty Hill High School
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 1
vs. Liberty Hill High School
N/A
Girls Varsity Basketball
vs. Liberty Hill High School
N/A

Wednesday, Nov 8th

Boys Varsity Basketball
@ A&M Consolidated (Scrimmage)
N/A

Thursday, Nov 9th

Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 1
@ Tba
N/A
Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Tba
N/A
Coed Junior Varsity Tennis Team
Georgetown JV Tournament
N/A
Girls Freshman Basketball 2
@ Lanier High School
N/A
Girls Freshman Basketball 2
@ Elgin High School
N/A
Boys Freshman Football Gray
vs. Liberty Hill High School
W 34 – 8
Boys Freshman Football White
vs. Copperas Cove High School
W 28 – 14
Boys Junior Varsity Football White
@ Copperas Cove High School
L 28 – 13
Boys Freshman Football Red
vs. Copperas Cove High School
W 31 – 20
Boys Junior Varsity Football Red
@ Copperas Cove High School
L 27 – 14

Friday, Nov 10th

Girls 7th Grade Basketball NB
@ Tba
N/A
Girls Junior Varsity Basketball 1
@ Tba
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Basketball NB
@ Tba
N/A
Girls 7th Grade Basketball LB
@ Tba
N/A
Girls 8th Grade Basketball LB
@ Tba
N/A
Girls Varsity Basketball
@ Tba
N/A
Coed Varsity Swimming
Non-TISCA
N/A
Coed Junior Varsity Swimming
Non-TISCA
N/A
Boys Freshman Basketball
vs. Waco High School
N/A
Boys Junior Varsity Basketball
vs. Waco High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Basketball
vs. Waco High School
N/A
Boys Varsity Football
vs. Copperas Cove High School
N/A

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Tigers News · Tigers celebrated Senior Night on Friday


The 2017 Belton Tigers senior football players and their families were honored before Friday night’s game with Copperas Cove at Tiger Field.

The senior football players honored were: Logan Hall, Garrison Vaughn, Chandler Vela, Bryce Julian, Darren Rector, Reese Perry, Riley Brown, Cameron Davis, Devasye Little, Shawn Williams, Bailey Fanning, Nyle Tabat, Mitchell Dunahoo, Martin Stafford, Dean Ganey, Douglas Ragland, Joseph Shuler, Kadyn Utley, Caden Moore, Matthew Fuller, Chet Ligon, Michael Nieves, Javier Lopez, Braven Connolly, Marshall Fish, Justin Buuck, David Rowe, Aaron Krueger, Clayton Blank, Emilio Cortez, Weston Bass, Cole Brown, Taylor Zikhur, Devon Taplin, Austin Lynch, Miguel Torres, Jonas Inman, Garrett Orange, Caison Schurr, Erick Naranjo, Cooper Allison, Cody Macey, Christian Mapp, Jonathan Figueroa, Sloan Crews and Arturo Jaimes.

 


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Multiple Teams · Cove snarls back from 21 down to nudge Tigers late, 37-35


The Belton Tigers went into Friday night’s game at Tiger Field with the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs having already clinched a playoff spot and a home playoff game.

Copperas Cove needed a win and a Killeen loss to nudge their way into the Class 6A playoff picture.

The Bulldawgs were forced to overcome a 21-point deficit in the second half with 23 unanswered points over the game’s final 13:17, including a 21-yard field goal from Easton Simpson, to upend the Tigers 37-35.

The loss dropped the Tigers to 6-4 overall and 4-2 in District 8-6A play. Although the loss does not affect their playoff status, it is not the outcome the team expected.

Cove qualified for the playoffs as the fourth seed.

Both teams had trouble getting their offenses going on their respective first drives.

Belton scored first on a three-play, 67-yard drive that took just 54 seconds. Connor Carothers completed a 16-yard pass on a bubble screen to Anthony Fairbanks to start the drive. Darren Rector ran for 14 yards to set up a Carothers-to-Fairbanks 37-yard touchdown reception. Nyle Tabat’s extra-point gave the Tigers a 7-0 lead with 8:01 to play in the opening quarter.

Cove answered quickly, as they put together a four-play, 68-yard, 1:03 drive. Jaylen Smith connected with the talented Floyd Connell for a 41-yard touchdown. Easton Simpson’s extra-point tied the game at 7-7 with 6:58 to play in the first quarter.

Belton answered with a 35-yard punt return from Garrison Vaughn to set up their next score. Cameron Davis found Riley Brown for a 19-yard pass completion and later connected with Denver Holman for a nine-yard pass play. Rector’s one-yard plunge into the end zone and Tabat’s extra-point gave the Tigers a 14-7 lead with 2:47 left in the opening quarter.

The Tigers defense got a pair of stops from Vaughn and Mitchell Dunahoo to force a Justin Velesky punt. He dropped the punt on the Belton 10.

It was time for the Tigers’ offense to go back to work, as Rector and Dean Blomondville picked up copious amounts of yardage and Davis hit Chandler Vela for a 55-yard catch-and-run touchdown. The 90-yard drive took just over three minutes, as Tabat’s extra-point gave the Tigers a 21-7 lead.

Belton’s defense rose to the occasion again, as a 39-yard gain forced the Tigers to stand and fight the Dawgs from advancing into the end zone. Smith tried a screen pass to Mark Gastelo, but Devyn Raper knocked him out at the Belton 4. On fourth down and goal, Cove tried a reverse and pass into the end zone, which thrown low and incomplete. The Dawgs turned the ball over on downs.

The Tigers worked their way out of the shadows of their goal posts in the next two offensive plays from scrimmage, as Rector put together two consecutive bruising 12-yard runs. After a Carothers’ incompletion, Holman took an end around handoff and raced down the sidelines for a 74-yard touchdown. Tabat’s extra-point increased Belton’s lead to 21 with 5:11 to play in the first half, 28-7.

Devyn Martinez came up with a key stop on Tim Edwards’ six-yard run that saved a breakaway opportunity. Martinez then sacked Simpson for a 13-yard loss. The stop forced a punt.

Belton went three-and-out and Cove took over at the Belton 49.

The Dawgs took advantage of the short field, as Smith completed a 13-yard pass to Kaleb Honts and went up top to Bryce Ranes for a 31-yard touchdown. Simpson’s extra-point with 29.5 seconds to play in the first half narrowed the gap to 14 points, 28-14.

Cove got the ball to start the second half and Trey Berry made two pass break ups to force a Bulldawg punt.

Belton took the ball over at their own 42 and put together a 11-play, 58-yard, 4:34 drive. Rector carried the first four plays for a total of 17 yards. The Tigers got a critical fourth down and three conversion, when Carothers hit a wide-open Marshall Fish for a 14-yard complete. Six plays later, Carothers busted into the end zone from four yards out. Tabat hit the extra-point to extend the lead back to 21 points with 5:51 to play in the third quarter, 35-14.

Cove answered with an 11-play, 58-yard, 4:34 drive of their own. Smith hit Ranes for gains of 8 and 17 yards, and added a 16-yard completion to Connell. The senior receiver Connell scored on a two-yard run end around. Simpson’s extra-point drew Cove back to within 14 points with 1:17 to play, 35-21.

Kyle Stifflemire recovered the onside kick for Cove and ended up being a momentum changer. Smith hit Ranes for a 31-yard touchdown pass and Simpson booted the extra-point to cut the Tigers’ lead to seven points with 11:52 left in the game, 35-28.

A block in the back set the Tigers up on their own 9 to start the next drive. They kept the ball on the ground the entire drive, but a fumble was recovered by Cove at their own 36-yard line with 8:56 to play.

Smith found Connell cutting into the middle of the field and let a pass fly. Connell dove and caught the ball at the Belton 11 for a 44-yard gain. Dylan Taijeron’s 10-yard gain set up his own one-yard touchdown run. Berry busted through to block the extra-point, which kept the Tigers with a one-point lead with seven minutes exactly remaining on the clock, 35-34.

A strange play happened when one of the Belton returners did not realize where he was at in the field of play when he caught the ensuing kickoff. He knelt the ball down at the Belton 3, thinking that he was in the end zone.

A personal foul on Copperas Cove helped Belton to better field position, but the Tigers could not advance the ball past their own 27, forcing Logan Smith to blast a 44-yard punt out to the Cove 29 with 4:36 remaining in the game.

Copperas Cove took ball and drove down to the Belton 3, taking 4:04 off of the clock. Simpson’s 21-yard field goal off of the right hash gave the Dawgs a 37-35 lead with 32 seconds to play.

Vaughn’s 25-yard kick return set the Tigers up with first down on their own 30. Carother hit Vaughn with a 10-yard pass and Cove was assessed a 15-yard facemask penalty, which took the Tigers to the Cove 45. Carothers barely missed Vaughn with a pass on first down. On second down and 10 at the Cove 45, Carothers dropped back to pass and threw to the Belton sideline. Tommy Connell intercepted the ball and raced down into Belton territory with three seconds to play.

Cove knelt the ball and clinched the win.

“It’s very disappointing,” Belton head coach Sam Skidmore said. “You cannot turn the ball over late when you’re trying to close out a game and you can’t allow an onside kick. Our defense is going to have to play better than that.”

Skidmore was complimentary of the Copperas Cove resiliency.

“Cove performed well,” Skidmore said. “You have to give credit to Coach (Jack) Welch and his staff over there. They did a fantastic job and the kids performed extremely well. Our defense has to play better than that and our offense has to learn how to close out a game.”

Though the game does not have a bearing on next week’s game against South Grand Prairie in the Class 6A Division I Bi-District Round (Friday at Tiger Field, 7:30 p.m.), the fact this was a game that got away is not lost on them and they need to recover quickly.

“I told them that this game can define our season, or we can move on past it,” Skidmore said. “It’s up to that senior class, whether or not it will define our season or have a different result.”


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Multiple Teams · Big first half leads to Freshman Red win over Cove, 31-20, finish season 6-4


The Belton Tigers Freshman Red football team finished their 2017 season on a positive note on Thursday night, as they took on the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs at Tiger Field.

Ruben Jimenez tossed two long touchdown passes and ran for two scores in the first half, as the Tigers held on for a 31-20 win over the Dawgs.

The Freshman Red squad finished 6-4 on the year.

The Tigers’ defense was tested early by the Dawgs’ running game. Cove had the ball for seven running plays to start the game and picked up 17, as Malik Jackson, Reid Pulliam and Ryan Harris were in busting up blocks in all seven sequences.

Belton’s first possession started at their own 28. After a four-yard loss on a bad snap, Jimenez spotted Luke Bramlett breaking free on the left side and let go a pass. Bramlett hauled in the pass and raced down the sideline for a 76-yard touchdown. He booted the extra-point to give Belton a 7-0 lead with 5:27 to play in the first quarter.

Cove answered with a 59-yard drive, all on the ground, and scored from nine yards out. The PAT failed, which kept Belton with the slimmest of leads at one, 7-6, with 3:02 play in the first quarter.

Jimenez found Hunter Teplansky with a 13-yard pass to start Belton’s next scoring drive. After a pair of Ja’von Moore runs totaling 19 yards, Jimenez scored on an 8-yard run. Bramlett’s point-after kick was true, giving the Tigers a 14-6 lead with 47 seconds left in the first quarter.

Five plays into the second quarter, Cove answered with a five-yard touchdown run and two-point conversion to tie the game at 14-14 with 7:08 left in the first half.

Cooper Babcock’s 20-yard kick return set Belton up on their next possession. Jimenez sought out Teplansky down the right side and launched a pass that he hauled in for a 43-yard touchdown. Bramlett’s point-after gave Belton a 21-14 lead with 4:55 left in the half.

After Bryan Luna dumped a running back for a five-yard loss, Ryan Harris’ sack of the Dawgs’ quarterback forced a punt.

Jimenez 20-yard read option run set up Moore’s 50-yard sprint down the field to the Cove 6. Two plays later, Jimenez smashed through the Dawgs’ front seven into the end zone for his second touchdown run of the night. Bramlett’s point-after gave the Tigers a 28-14 lead with 30 seconds to go in the first half.

The two defenses locked up in a hard-nosed battle in the second half.

A controversial illegal touching the ball penalty derailed Belton’s opening drive. On second down and 10 at Copperas Cove’s 30, Bramlett was on a pass route close to the sideline and was physically forced out of bounds by a Cove defensive back before the ball arrived. Bramlett came back in bounds and caught the ball for an apparent touchdown. The side judge only saw that Bramlett came back in after being out of bounds and did not see the force out. He penalized Belton for illegally touching the ball, nullifying the score. Cove recovered a fumble on the next play.

The Dawgs drove down the field over the next eight plays before a player fumbled on an 18-yard run right before getting to the goal line and Belton recovered, resulting in a touchback.

Belton turned the ball over on the next possession. Cove started to answer with a drive before an untimely unsportsmanlike conduct penalty threw the drive in full reverse. Luna helped the cause with an eight-yard tackle for loss and got help from Keagan Wolfe on a two-yard sack, which gave the Tigers the ball back at the Belton 27.

Jimenez found Teplansky down the right side for a 45-yard completion. Luna’s 10-yard bulldozing run set up a 30-yard field goal by Bramlett to up Belton’s lead to 17 points with 2:43 to play, 31-14.

Cove answered with a 44-yard run, but the extra-point try failed with 1:38 to play, which cut Belton’s lead to 11 with 1:38 to play.

Pulliam fielded the onside kick at midfield. Cove’s defense forced a punt and Jimenez punted the ball to the Cove 12.

The Dawgs drove down to their 44 yard and took a shot at the end zone. Pulliam pulled the ball in at the Belton 5, raced to the Belton side of the midfield stripe and slid in safely to sideline as time expired.

The Tigers got great up front blocking from their offensive line and great push from the defensive line, forcing Cove to not be able to set up an effective passing game.IMG_5020 IMG_5114


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Multiple Teams · Perfect 10! Freshman White completes undefeated season with 28-14 win over Cove


The Belton Tigers Freshman White football team had the opportunity on Thursday night to do what few Belton teams have done: complete a perfect regular season.

The Copperas Cove Bulldawgs Freshman White team primed and ready to battle Belton at Tiger Field.

The Tigers scored four times and converted all four point-after tries to hold off the Dawgs 28-14.

With the win, Tigers finished at 10-0 on the season. They outscored their opponents 245-40, with an average score of 24.5-4.0 this season. They registered six shutouts, including five consecutive games and had 25-quarter shutout streak.

Both teams played well in the first quarter defensively. Coleman Naegele had an interception at the 4:23 mark for Belton.

Cove took a 6-0 lead on a two-yard touchdown run with 6:58 to play in the first half, but pulled the extra-point wide left.

Richard McGuire’s read-option keeper up the right side for 42 yards set up a 12-yard pass to Bradley Thompson, Jr. and Daylen Thomas’12-yard touchdown. Juan Jimenez-De La Rosa’s extra-point gave Belton a 7-6 lead with 4:41 to play in the half.

Caleb Warne and Trenton Newby contributed in a big ways for the Tigers on the next drive, making a pair of stops at the line of scrimmage. McGuire intercepted a pass, but the Tigers could not convert the turnover into points. Belton led 7-6 at the halftime break.

Thomas came through with a big 20-yard gain, which set up an 11-yard pass for McGuire to Jimenez-De La Rosa and his extra-point with 5:46 left in the third quarter to give the Tigers a 14-6 lead.

Thomas recovered the onside kick at the Copperas Cove 29-yard to Belton another crack at increasing their lead. Four plays later, Thomas scored from eight yards away. Jimenez-De La Rosa hit the point-after to give the Tigers a 21-6 lead with 4:05 left in the third quarter.

After the Belton defense held Cove fruitless on an 11-play drive, the Tigers scored again. McGuire’s 30-yard run and Thomas had 29-yard run to set up McGuire’s 12-yard touchdown run. Jimenez-De La Rosa hit the extra-point to put Belton up by 22 points with 4:26 to play, 28-6.

Cove scored on a late touchdown pass, but the Tigers closed the game with a 14-point victory.IMG_4388 IMG_4486


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Multiple Teams · JV Red Falls in a Hard Fought Battle


JV Red lost a hard hitting game against the Dawgs 27-14 tonight. They close out their season with an overall 5-5 record and 3-3 in district play. The Tigers once again played a hard fought game against the Dawgs tonight.

Offensively the Tigers depended heavily on the ground and pound. The Tigers had 245 yards of total offense, 160 yards rushing and 85 yards passing. Tanner Holman had 45 yards passing  and Seth Hussey had 40 yards passing. Holman also contributed to the offense with 8 carries and 116 rushing with 2 touchdowns. Adrien Garcia had 30 yards worth of receptions.

The defense scrapped against the undefeated Bulldawgs.  Throughout the night the Tiger defense delivers big hits and timely stops.  Some notable players tonight: Grant Milligan, JJ Bowers, Nic CIpolla, Jonah Jimenez, Sam Martinez, AJ Payton, and Ivan Lemus.

 


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Multiple Teams · Jackson District 8-6A Blocker of Year, Holder and Surovik First Team All-District 8-6A


The District 8-6A All-District Awards and Superlatives were released on Monday morning.

Belton’s Elicia Jackson was named the district’s Most Valuable Blocker for the 2017 season. Jackson, a senior middle blocker for the Lady Tigers, just completed a dynamite career in red and white.

Copperas Cove’s Aidan Chace was the Most Valuable Player for District 8-6A. Midway’s Reese Rhodes was named Setter of the Year, Midway’s Kennady Childers was named Hitter of the Year and Cove’s Leah Powell was named Newcomer of the Year. Cove libero Kristen Wasiak and Ellison libero Jaraysia Hope were named Defenders of the Years. Cove head coach Cari Lowery was named District 8-6A Coach of the Year.

Belton was represented well on the All District 8-6A First Team. Sophomore setter Emily Holder and junior right side hitter Kelsey Surovik were named to the First Team. Other members of the First Team were Cove’s Kamryn Ash and Talia Kinslow, Midway’s Madison Rohre and Hannah Langerman, Ellison’s Symone Thomas and Jakarta Hope, Harker Heights’ Aliyah Lockett, Killeen’s Alia Vines and Shoemaker’s Alexia Wilkinson.

The Lady Tigers had two players on the Second Team. Junior libero Madison Ward and senior rightside hitter Kale Kincannon garnered Second Team honors. Other players on the Second Team were Shoemaker’s Nicole Pena and Charlene Shepherd, Killeen’s Sadee Songer and Chantel Veal, Harker Heights’ Valeria Cosme and McKayla Flowers, Ellison’s Breonna Fleming and Samantha Robinson, Midway’s Shelby Saul and Emery Judkins, and Cove’s Christina Pettigrew.

Lady Tigers on the Honorable Mention list were: Senior outside hitter Jamie Janczak, junior middle blocker Kamryn Madden and sophomore rightside hitter Hanna Griffin.

Belton a bevy of representatives on the All-Academic District 8-6A squad. Ward, Griffin, Holder, Janczak, Jackson, Kincannon, Madden, Surovik, Katie Bain, Eli Smith, Alina Holguin, Mackenzie Katzer, Sierra Schoepf, and McKenzie Pisciotta were members of the team.EmilyHolderAllDistrict86A2017

Emily Holder: First Team All-District 8-6A

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Kelsey Surovik, First Team All-District 8-6A, and Elicia Jackson, District 8-6A Blocker of the Year.


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Multiple Teams · Football Senior Night Information


Friday night at 7:30 the Belton Tigers will take on the Copperas Cove Bulldawgs at Tiger Field.  Here is the information about senior night for any parents of the seniors:

  • Parents should report to the track on the northwest corner of the stadium by 6:30 p.m. prior to the game.
  • Parents should enter the track at the gate on the north end of the home sideline directly in front of the middle school bleachers.
  • Parents should check in with Coach Morgan      .
  • Introductions of Football seniors and their parents or guardians will start at approximately 6:55
  • Parents will return to their seats once all introductions have been made and players return to the locker room.