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Multiple Teams · JV Red Football Vs. Cove

JV Football Itinerary vs. Copperas Cove

Jv red football team will be closing out their season against the Bulldawgs. The Red team comes into play at 5-4 on the season and 3-2 in district play.

*Games are at Copperas Cove Stadium (Not Copperas Cove High School)

*White Team vs. Copperas Cove (Kickoff At 5:00 p.m.)

*Red Team vs. Copperas Cove (Kickoff At 7:00 p.m.)


Copperas Cove Stadium

425 Williams St. — Copperas Cove, Texas 76522

Red Team 

Team Meal: 4:30pm

Leave For Copperas Cove: 6:00pm

Warm Up At: 6:45pm

Kickoff: 7:00pm

Finish Game: 8:45pm

Approximate Return: 9:20 pm

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Multiple Teams · NBMS 8B shuts out Lamar 8B 16-0, wins district championship with 9-0 record

The North Belton Middle School 8th grade B squad got a first quarter touchdown run by J.Z. Stubblefield and a second quarter touchdown pass from Stubblefield to Lazlo Psolka, plus outstanding defense throughout the game, as the Tigers blanked Lamar Middle School 16-0 at NBMS Field on Tuesday night.

The win clinched the outright 8B district championship in the Central Texas Middle School Football League with a perfect 9-0 mark.

The game started slow for both squads, as Lamar picked off Stubblefield on the second play of the game and Gage White recovered a fumble on the fourth play. After North turned the ball over on downs, Psolka picked up a backwards lateral on a first down and 10 on the Tigers’ 29 with the Bearkats driving. He sprinted 62 yards to the Lamar 19.

Austin Lape’s nine-yard run set up Stubblefield’s 10-yard scramble around the right side for a score. William Hayes’ two-point kick put the Tigers up 8-0 with 2:06 left in the first quarter.

The Tigers’ defense frustrated Lamar in the first quarter, as stops by Samuel McCollough, Josh Grymes and Walker Francis forced a turnover on downs at the Lamar 33.

North used a seven-play, 33-yard, time-consuming 2:31 drive to set up their next score. On fourth down and six, Stubblefield found a wide-open Psolka for a 20-yard touchdown catch. Hayes booted the two-point kick to double the Tigers lead to 16-0 with 4:45 to play in the first half.

Lamar kept the ball for the next 3:41, moving the ball from their own 41 to the North 5. Miquel Reicherts, Michael Smith, and Braden Heiser combined to stop the Bearkats on downs with 1:04 to go in the half.

The defense immediately made an impact in the second half. Heiser’s touchdown-saving force out after a 19-yard Bearkat run at midfield set up a fumble and a recovery by Aiden Cearley at the Lamar 40.

Neither team advanced further than the opponent’s 30-yard line the rest of the night, as both defenses locked the offenses down.


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Multiple Teams · Lamar halts furious comeback to hand NBMS 8A first loss, 38-30

There was a lesson learned on Tuesday night at North Belton Middle School Field: expect the unexpected.

The North Belton Middle School 8A Tigers trailed by 24 twice in fourth quarter and scored three touchdowns in the final 1:50. But an onside kick came up short, in which Lamar Middle School 8A handed NBMS 8A their first setback of the season, 38-30.

The win resulted in a three-way Central Texas Middle School Football League 8A district championship between the Tigers, the Bearkats and Midway.

The winds were howling throughout the contest and played a part in the passing game. North got the ball first and Tigers drove from their own 25 to the Lamar 44. Kade Norwood’s pass was carried by the wind and intercepted at the Lamar 34.

The Tigers defense came up big four play into Lamar’s opening drive. Following hard tackles by Yomi Babalola and Nick Bennett, Jayden Caldwell hopped on a fumble to give the North offense the ball at the Lamar 45.

Norwood’s 23-yard pass to Garrison Lane set up his 17-yard touchdown strike to Yomi Babalola. A bad snap on the two-point try kept the Tigers with a 6-0 lead with 4:04 to play in the first quarter.

Lamar’s ensuing drive was a long, time-consuming one. After 15 plays, 70 yards and 5:21 off of clock, the Bearkats scored from five yards out and booted the two-point conversion to take an 8-6 with 6:43 left in the first half.

The wind played a factor in the punting game for Belton on their first punt of the night, as a 6-yard hanger gave Lamar the ball at their own 40. Eight plays later, they extended their lead with a seven-yard run and two-point kick. Lamar led 16-6 with 1:32 to play in the half.

The score remained a 10-point lead until the 5:13 mark of the third quarter, when Lamar scored on a one-yard plunge and two-point kick to extend the score to 24-6.

The Tigers offense struggled with consistency on their next drive, as the started on their own 16, advanced the ball to their own 32 and were forced to punt at their own 19. The wind gust blew back a high punt behind the line of scrimmage and landed at the North 12, resulting in a punt of negative six yards.

The very short field took Lamar four plays to cover, thanks to sure-handed tackles from Yomi Babalola and Jackson Engelke. The Bearkats scored on a fourth and five play at the Belton 7. The two-point kick was short due to the gusty condition, which kept the score at 30-6 just six seconds into the fourth quarter.

The teams traded turnovers on downs and North had the ball with 2:51 to play. Norwood had four carries for 38 yards and scored on a 9-yard run. Lane’s two-point kick cut North’s deficit to 16 points with 1:50 to play, 30-14.

Lamar scooped up an onside kick and two plays later, scored on a 53-yard sweep around the right side. The two-point kick was good to give Lamar a 24-point advantage once again, 38-14, with 1:31 to play.

The North Belton coaching staff reached into their bag of trickeration and pulled out a wild card. Norwood took the snap in the shotgun formation and hit John Morris on the right side, parallel to the line of scrimmage. Morris found Lane wide open up the field, heaved the ball, Lane caught it and sprinted 66 yards for a North touchdown. Lane booted the two-point kick and North was back to within 16 points of the Bearkats with 1:17 to play, 38-22.

Lane’s onside kick dribbled perfectly towards the Lamar kickoff formation. It touched a Bearkat and Myles Byars hopped on the football at the Lamar 49.

The Tigers worked the ball down the field again, with Norwood hitting Lane for nine yards, Yomi Babalola for gains of 20 and seven yards consecutively. Norwood led Lane a little too far on an end zone route, though Lane nearly kept his feet in the end zone through the catch. Norwood went to Babalola for a 12-yard pass play and then went back to Lane for a one-yard touchdown catch with six seconds to play. Lane’s two-point kick put the Tigers to within eight points, 38-30.

The collective breath of NBMS Field was held in the final moments of the contest, as Lane approached and punched the ball forward in hopes that a team would recover the kick. A Bearkat upback read the kick, fielded it and fell down. Lamar knelt on the final play and the Tigers come-from-behind effort fell short after an amazing comeback.IMG_3585 IMG_3566 IMG_3522 IMG_3704

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Tigers News · SBMS Tennis Rolls Robinson

South Belton Tennis traveled to Robinson last night and came away with a hard-fought 19-5 win. Ona Eneli, John Lawson, and Sergio Ochoa all won both their singles and doubles 8 game pro-set matches 8-0. Nick Wagner showed fantastic footwork all night. The last match of the year will be at home next week against LBMS.

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Multiple Teams · Early touchdowns aid NBMS 7A to 28-7 over Lamar, finishes season 8-1

The North Belton Middle School 7A football team looked to bounce back in a big way on Monday evening at Woodson Field.

Daniel Hardin and Tristan Robin scored on first quarter runs and Connor Crews had a touchdown rushing and receiving in the second half, as NBMS rolled over Lamar Middle School 7A, 28-7.

NBMS 7A finished the season 8-1, giving North Belton a 17-1 record in the 7th grade division.

Hardin broke away for a 74-yard touchdown on the first play of the game, but it was wiped out on a block in the back penalty. Jack Tabat took a fourth and three snap from under center for 48 yards down to the Lamar 19. Three plays later, Hardin scored from nine yards out. Tabat’s two-point kick put North up 8-0 with 3:11 to go in the first quarter.

NBMS recovered the onside kick at the Lamar 48. Robin scurried 18 yards to set up his 22-yard touchdown run around the right side of his offensive line. Tabat’s two-point conversion doubled the Tigers’ lead to 16-0, with 1:09 to play in the opening stanza.

Lamar’s ensuing drive was stalled when Jayden Leza pulled down an interception at the North 25.

The Tigers took the ball to start the second quarter from their own 25 to the Lamar 9, but were stopped short. It bled nearly five minutes off of the clock and affected Lamar’s ability to get a drive started near the end of the first half. NBMS led 16-0 at the half.

Great NBMS kick coverage pinned Lamar at their own 10 to start the second half. Six plays into the drive, a 76-yard Lamar run flipped the field. The Bearkats scored on a 6-yard touchdown and converted the extra-point, which made the score 16-7 with 2:44 to play in the third quarter.

Mason Gerrard recovered the onside kick for NBMS at midfield. On the next play, Tabat hit Leza down the right sideline for the 32-yard pass for a first down. Four plays later, Crews busted across the goal line from 16 yards. The kick failed, which kept the score at 22-7 with 43 seconds to play in the third quarter.

A good kick return by the Bearkats started Lamar in good field position, but the penalty bug stopped the drive cold. A turnover on downs at the Lamar 26 set up Crews for a 26-yard touchdown runs. The kick was blocked, to keep the score 28-7 with 4:09 to play.

NBMS forced interception late, as Connor Brennan intercepted a ball but Lamar stripped the ball back. On the next play, Gerrard hopped on a fumble with 30 seconds to play. The Tiger knelt down on the next play to zero-out the clock.IMG_2881 IMG_2744 IMG_2761 IMG_2928 IMG_3037

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Multiple Teams · NBMS 7B completes perfect season with 24-7 win over Lamar 7B

Perfect seasons are hard to come by. The last Belton ISD middle school to accomplish the feat was the 2016 South Belton Middle School 8th grade A team.

You can now add to the list the 2017 North Belton Middle School 7th grade B squad.

Easton Hammond had three touchdown passes in the first half, including two to Otis Kent and another to Manuel Herrera, as NBMS 7B defeated Lamar Middle School 7B at Woodson Field on Monday evening, 24-7.

NBMS 7B finished the season 9-0.

Connor Bartz recovered Nick Van Dusen’s onside kick at the Lamar 48. Hammond had back-to-back 13-yard runs before connecting with Kent for a 22-yard touchdown pass. Van Dusen’s two-point kick gave North an 8-0 lead 43 seconds into the game.

Lamar’s ensuing drive was eight plays, but progressed just two yards due to big loss on a bad snap. Great defensive plays by Van Dusen and Isaiah Devasure forced the Bearcats into a 32-yard punt.

Hammond found Kent drifting to the right and hit him in the chest with a pass. Kent made two moves on the sideline, cut back towards the middle and sprinted 76 yards for the touchdown. Van Dusen’s two-point kick doubled the Tigers’ lead to 16-0 with 28 seconds left in the first quarter.

Ian Gardner and Josiah Ramos posted stops to give the Tigers a three-and-out, which forced Lamar into a 37-yard punt.

North busted out some trickeration, as Hammond pitched to Banner Allman rolling to the right and he connected with Kent for a 59-yard completion. On fourth down and goal at the Lamar 4, Hammond executed some steely patience in the pocket and found Herrera cutting across the back of the end zone. Hammond let loose a pass in traffic to Herrera and he hauled it in for the score. Van Dusen’s two-point kick increased the Tigers lead to 24-0 with 1:59 to go in the first half.

Lamar scored with 28 seconds remaining in the third quarter for their lone tally of the game.

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Multiple Teams · NBMS Volleyball- 8A “Back to Back” District Champions!

The North Belton Middle School 8th grade A volleyball team played their last game of the season on Thursday, November 2 at Lamar Middle School. History was made. Last year, this group won District Champs, and this year, they did it again.

In the first set, Lamar won the toss and served first, but North quickly won the ball back. Mia Garza went on a five point serving streak to start the game 6-1. Keira Campbell also went on a five point serving streak to bring the score to 12-2. Ashlynn Evans served eight and North pushed towards the win, 21-4. Hayden Griffin served two and North took the win on the first set 25-9. In set two, North served first. Griffin was the first server and served 24 serves, in a row. North was just one point away from the victory, 24-0. Lamar served, North won the rally, and won the second set 25-1.

The leading server of the night was Griffin with 26 serving points. Nine of her 26 serves were aces. Evans served eight serving points, four were ace serves. Campbell and Garza each added five serving points. They both served two ace serves. Campbell and Garza both led the team in digs as well, with four a piece. Griffin added three digs. MyKaela Johnston added two digs and Evans added one dig. Campbell also led the team offensively in kills with four. McKenna Maddux and Johnston each added three kills. Griffin added two kills and Jennie Bonnett added one kill.

The A team finished their season 14-1 overall and 8-0 in district. The win against Lamar made the 8th grade A team DISTRICT CHAMPIONS, two years in a row!

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Multiple Teams · NBMS Volleyball-8B DISTRICT CHAMPS!

The North Belton Middle School 8th grade B team played their last game of the season on Thursday, November 2 at Lamar Middle School. Lamar won the toss and served first, but North broke the serve and tied the game at 1-1. Adriana Cabiness went on a five point serving streak to bring the score to 7-5. Kennedy Pratt went on a six point serving streak and kept North in the lead 16-7. Natalia Vazquez stepped up to serve and went on an eight point serving streak to finish the game 25-8. North won the first set. In the second set, North served first. Seleilah Jackson served four points to give North a quick lead 4-0. Ashland Reyes went on a seven point serving streak and North led 16-4. Jackson rotated back around to serve and this time added three more points, bringing the score to 22-9. Cabiness served two to finish the second set, with North winning 25-10.

The leading servers of the night were Cabiness and Vazquez. Vazquez served eight points, five were ace serves and Cabiness also served eight serves, four were aces. Jackson added seven serving points, four were ace serves. Reyes also added seven serving points, two were aces. Pratt added six serving points, four were ace serves. Lily Small added two serving points and one was an ace serve. Emily Diaz and Brooke Moger both led the team in digs with three each. Vazquez and Jackson each added two digs. Reyes, Small, and Cabiness each added one dig a piece. Offensively, Aniah Hall led the team in kills with five. Pratt added two kills, and Jackson, Reyes, and Vazquez each added one kill.

The 8B team finished their season 14-1 overall and 8-0 in district. With the win over Lamar, the 8B became DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!

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Multiple Teams · NBMS 7th Football Itinerary Nov 6th

Team will leave school at 4:00 and arrive at Woodson field at 4:30. B team plays at 5:00 and A team plays at 6:15. Team will return to Middle school as soon as A game is over around 7:45. Address of Woodson field 670 W Elm Street, Temple, Texas, 76504.