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Tigers break open game in fourth, Belton gets win over Harker Heights 58-46

It has been quite a number of years since the Belton Tigers boys’ basketball team have won 20 games in a regular season. Although that goal was one that Tigers looked to achieve on Friday night against Harker Heights at Tiger Gym, the pressing need was to get to 4-4 before end of the first

Tigers start game on 11-0 run, hold off Waco charge in 78-72 win

  It was an exciting night at Tiger Gym, as the Belton Tigers hosted the Waco High Lions in the first home game of the 2020 year. T.J. Johnson scored 22 of his game-high 28 points in the second half, as the Tigers went 14-of-18 from the free-throw line in the fourth quarter, which included

Boys Basketball Waco Midway Itinerary 1/10/20

Boys Basketball Game @ Midway High School Date: Friday, January 10th, 2020 Transportation Details: • Meet at Belton High School – Boy’s Basketball Locker Room • Arrival Time: Students will meet (JV/Fr Red & White) @ 3:30pm, Varsity @ 4:15pm to hand out equipment • Departure Time: 3:40pm Fr Red & White/JV, Varsity @ 4:20pm (the bus

No. 6 Ellison holds to beat Belton 72-56

By Thaddeus Imerman | Killeen Daily Herald staff writer   While the weather outside the Ellison High School gym was cool and dry, inside, the Belton Tigers and the No. 6 Ellison Eagles were making it rain. In the first matchup of 2020 for both squads, the two combined for 14 three-point field goals —

No mood to be Roo-ed: Tigers hold on for 60-58 win over Killeen

  Following a long weekend at the Hays Rebel Classic, the Belton Tigers boys’ basketball team hosted the Killeen Kangaroos on Tuesday afternoon at Tiger Gym. The Tigers dodged a furious Killeen comeback where the Roos hit what was perceived to be go-ahead three-pointer by De’Marco Blas with a second remaining on the clock. However,

Tigers cap Hays Tournament with 4-2 mark, now 16-6 on the season

The Belton Tigers boys’ basketball team won a pair of games on Friday to put themselves in contention for a Bronze Bracket championship at the 2019 Hays Rebel Classic in Buda on Saturday. On Friday, Belton routed Austin Navarro 76-28 and got by Hidalgo, 54-45 to put the Tigers into the Bronze Bracket semifinal against

Tigers split on opening day of Hays Rebel Classic

It is rare that you see six players on double-figures in any game, especially on one side. For the Belton Tigers, that happened in the opening game of the 2019 Hays Rebel Classic Basketball Tournament in Buda on Thursday afternoon. T.J. Johnson, Diego Santana, Ben Jones, Tyson Pine, Luke Bramlett and Itty Henry scored in

Hays Rebel Classic Varsity Boys Basketball 12/26-12/28

Hays Rebel Classic Tournament Itinerary December 26th-28th, 2019 Thursday, Dec. 26th (This is tentative depending on game times) 9:30am-Arrive at Belton High School 9:45am–Bus pulls out of Belton High School Game Schedule: 1:00pm– Belton vs Austin Crockett High School 2:30pm– Go Eat after the Game 5:00pm- Belton vs New Braunfels Canyon Eat after the game 9:45pm

Tigers hold off University 80-66, equal win total from 2018-2019 campaign

What a difference a year makes. The Belton Tigers looked to snap a three-game skid, as they hosted the University Trojans on Friday evening at Tiger Gym. The Tigers and Trojans traded big runs throughout the contest. Belton’s 30-17 finish over the final 11 minutes lifted the Tigers to an 80-66 win over the Trojans.