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The Powerlifting Team Sends Two To State!

The Belton Boys Powerlifting team competed in Region Two Championship and finished 8th out of 33 teams. Lifters who competed in the championship meet are listed below: Andrew Medina- lifted in the 123-weight class, he squatted 295 lbs, benched pressed 155 lbs, and deadlifted 320 lbs. He totaled enough weight to place 7th in the

Tigers outlast Royce City 12-9 to wrap up Jay Higgins Classic, 3-1-1

After a series of thunderstorms ripped through the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex on Saturday morning, the Belton Tigers Baseball team had their game with Wylie East in Richardson at 10 a.m. delayed by three-and-a-half hours to allow the field to dry out. The opponent was changed in the process, as the Tigers took on Royce City.

Still Miss Robinson’s Neighborhood: GS, eight RBIs in Lady Tigers’ 18-run first paces Belton over Killeen, 26-2

The momentum from last Tuesday’s 21-0 win carried over to Saturday afternoon for the Belton Lady Tigers, as they hosted the Killeen Lady Roos. And it was a scene that Belton has seen before out of first baseman Caleigh Robinson. Two years ago in the playoffs against Irving MacArthur, Robinson had a playoff series where

Schedule Change due to Weather (3/9/19)

The Tigers will play @Richardson High School vs. Royse City (1:30pm) today.  This will be the final game of the Lake Highlands Tournament for the Tigers. Estimated Time of Arrival in Belton: 7:15pm

Lady Tiger Soccer Over Ellison 3-1

Lady Tiger Soccer had an away contest at Ellison HS Friday night.  Friday night was a crucial game for both teams as the Ellison Lady Eagles fight for the final playoff spot and Lady Tiger Soccer is fighting for a district championship.  Friday night’s game played out as such- physical and competitive until the final

Tigers Clip Eagles Wings

The Belton Tigers pushed the pace early in the contest with the Ellison Eagles by scoring 3 goals in the first 10 minutes of the contest. Oscar Vargas got the scoring started followed by Alexi Ibarra, and Jake Gilbert.  The Eagles didn’t give up hope and caused the Tigers to make a mistake in the

Tigers split on second day of Jay Higgins Classic/Lake Highlands Tournament

The Belton Tigers had a quick turnaround on Friday morning after a win and tie on Thursday night, as they took on Richardson and Whitehouse at The Eagles Nest at Richardson High School. The Tigers got a two-hit shutout from Brian Shadrick in an 11-0, five-win over Richardson in the morning game. In the later