Belton Girls 7th Grade Swimming

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3 New School Records, 3 All America cuts achieved at TISCA

The Belton Swim teams competed at the very competitive TISCA Lone Star Invitational this past weekend. 35 of the top teams in the State competed in the Meet. 3 New School records were set: Maddie Finley     200 Free    1:56.31 Noah Henry    50 Free      21.40 Noah Henry     200 Free     1:38.66 Most of the Belton swimmers achieved

Swimmer to compete at TISCA Meet in Mansfield

On Friday 11/17-18 the top Belton swimmers will be competing at the TISCA Lone Star Classic in Mansfield. Many of the top teams from the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Austin areas are schedule to compete there. It is the first major meet for the season for most teams. Everyone will be prepared to go there and

The 3rd Annual Super Quad Meet a Success

On Saturday 11/4 the Belton Swim Center hosted the 3rd Annual Super Quad Meet. Invited to this meet were some of the top teams in the state. Southlake, whose boys team has won the State Championship the last 7 years, Westlake, who ladies have won 3 of the last 4 State Championships and boys have

Belton Boys win Non-TISCA Invitational

On Friday 11/10 the Belton Swim Center hosted the Non-TISCA Invitational. The were 10 teams competing in the meet. The Belton boys swam great and won the boys division with 402 points over second place McCallum’s 375 and Leander Rouse’s 269. The Belton ladies placed 5th with 144 points. Almost all of the Belton swimmers

Noah Henry signs with Arizona State

On Wednesday November 8th at the Belton Athletic Complex, Noah signed his National Letter of Intent to swim for Arizona State University. Noah has had an outstanding career at Belton High School. His tireless work ethic gives him the tools to succeed. He loves to compete, the greater the competition, the more Noah enjoys it.

5 Tigers will be signing NLI’s on November 8th

On Wednesday November 8th, five Belton Tiger athletes will be singing their National Letter of Intents to continue their athletic and academic careers at the collegiate level. The five tigers signing are Shane Mejia – Nicholls State – Baseball, Bethany Edwards – Lamar University – Softball, LéDea Harris – Western Texas College – Volleyball, William Paysse

Belton Swimmers win both meets in Burnet

The Belton swim teams competed in  Burnet this past Saturday at the Hoot-N-Holler Invitational. Both the Girl’s team and the Guy’s team were victorious. The ladies won with 394 points, 2nd place was Pope John Paul XXlll with 300 points. In the guys division Belton scored 424 points to Pope John Paul XXlll’s 230.  Kayley

Hoot-N-Holler Itinerary

Burnet Heat SheetBurnet Ihenerary 17. Dress warm, have the swimmers bring a chair. Lunch will be delivered at 11:30am Here is the heat sheet and itinerary for the Burnet Meet.  

Swimmers split meet with A&M Consolidated

Tuesday night 10/17, the Belton High Swim Teams had split results in a very competitive dual meet with A&M Consolidated. The girls went into the meet with the times on paper having A&M win the meet by 24. Due to winning many close races, the Belton girls won the meet by 70 points 174-104. The

Coach Henry Awarded “Lifetime Achievement” Award

The Texas Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association selected Coach Patrick Henry to receive the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. He has been coaching for 35 years, 25 of those years as both a high school coach and a club coach. It is the highest honor the Association awards to Swimming Coaches. Here is a list of his