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LBMS 7B vs Cove Jr.

Tonight’s game was a defensive battle with only one touchdown.  Lake Belton came away with the victory winning 6-0.  This game was filled with multiple turnovers for both teams.  Chris Schwertner intercepted a pass in the first half.  Daniel Dominguez was able to recover a fumble.  At the tail end of the game Jason Blank

LBMS Volleyball

LBMS lady tiger volleyball teams faced midway last Thursday, October 22. The lady tigers fought hard during their last home game of the season. 7th grade B team fought hard against Midway but was not able to pull out a win. Players of the game include Madison Jones and Ariel Hix. 7th grade A team played

Lady Tigers Finish 7th at Tough Regional Championship Meet

Today the Lady Tigers Varsity cross country team finished 7th out of 24 teams at the UIL Region II Championship Meet. Junior runners Brooke Gilmore (17:58) and Olivia Houlden (18:33) finished 6th and 17th qualifying them for the state cross country meet. Other Lady Tiger standouts were Alissa Johnson, Kelly Huckabee, Hannah Jimenez, and Jordyn

NBMS 7th grade A late rally not enough, Travis 7th grade A wins 20-18

Bryan Luna and Malik Jackson provided the 1-2 rushing punch for the North Belton 7th grade Tigers, collecting three touchdowns for the Tigers. The Travis Science Academy Mustangs used special teams pressure to disrupt three two-point kick attempts and recovered a late onside kick to narrowly defeat North Belton 20-18 at NBMS Field. After an

NBMS 7B uses three TDs to down Travis 7B 21-12

Nick Bennett rushed for 124 yards on 14 carries and a touchdown and Colton Schlickeisen accounted for two scores as North Belton Middle School 7th grade B pulled out a 21-12 win over Travis Science Academy’s 7th grade B squad. Bennett picked up 70 of his 124 yards within the first four plays of the

Cristhian Loyola Regional Qualifier

10/26/16 Belton High School was well represented at the Region II UIL Regional Cross Country Meet by Sophomore Cristhian Loyola. Cristhian posted his best time of the year running a 16:48 in the 5K. He placed 89th overall in an elite filled of competitors. The Woodlands took top honors today with a combined score of

Players of the week vs Ellison

Overall MVP- Olajuwon Taylor Taylor had 47 yards on 4 catches and a touchdown.  He also contributed on special teams with a total of 149 yards on kickoff return, which included a 95 yard return to set the Tigers up to take the lead late in the game. Offensive MVP- Peyton Mansell Mansell was 11