Belton Boys 7th Grade Football

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SBMS Boy’s Athletic Update

Dear Parents and Guardian,   First, I want to thank you for trusting our coaching staff with your student-athletes, and we are doing all we can take care our your athletes during these troublesome times. We are working hard to create a plan that allows everyone that wants to participate can participate and stay safe.

SBMS: Boy’s Track Travels Across Town for Meet

Itinerary: 3:00 pm – 7th-Grade Athletes out of class 3:30 pm – All athletes leave by bus to North Belton Middle School 3:45 pm – Buses arrive at North Belton Middle School 4:00 pm – Field Events and 3400m run starts Students will be picked up from North Belton Middle School. There will not be

SBMS: 7th-Grade Football Loses Last Two Games

Both 7th-Grade Teams lost their final games, when they traveled to S.C. Lee Junior High in Copperas Cove on Monday night. The B-Team lost their game 13-0. The Tigers kept the Cougars scoreless through the entire second half, but could not find the end-zone themselves. The Offensive Player of the Game was Gage Flores. Defensive

LBMS 7A holds off late SBMS 7A rally for 32-22 win

  The Lake Belton Middle School 7A traveled to South Belton Middle School to take on the SBMS Tigers on Monday night. Shaun Snapp’s 15-yard touchdown run provided the game-winning score and Colton-Ryan Camacho’s 88-yard touchdown rumble provided insurance, as LBMS defeated SBMS, 32-22. Camacho’s 60-yard kickoff return set the pace for Lake’s opening drive.,

Big pass play late in third quarter the difference in LBMS 7B’s 12-6 win over SBMS 7B

  The Battle of Belton concludes this week within the Belton ISD middle school football teams. This week, the Lake Belton Middle School and South Belton Middle School football teams take on each other. In the Monday afternoon game, LBMS and SBMS trotted out their 7th grade B squads. Eric Fernandez’s 77-yard touchdown run broke

SBMS:7th-Grade Splits Home Games with Midway Red

The Tigers hosted the Red Team form Midway Middle School of Hewitt on Monday night. The B-Team lost their game 6 to 15, and the A-Team won 28 to 19.   The B-Team’s only score came on a 30-yard pass from Gage Flores to Lennin Malvaiz. The Tiger’s defense just wasn’t enough to get the

SBMS: Grey-Team Falls to North Belton

The Grey-Team lost their game Wednesday night to North Belton 28-0. The Tigers’ Offensive Player of the Game: William Knight for a majority of the Tiger’s positive yards. The Tigers’ Defensive Player of the Game: Zaydrian Terrell for forcing a fumble.

North Belton 7A scores 32 unanswered points to down South Belton 7A, 40-18

The North Belton Middle School 7th grade A Tigers hosted the South Belton Middle 7th grade A on Monday night. Rayshaun Peoples scored three long touchdowns to give South a big early lead. However, North scored 32 points in the game’s final seven minutes to upend SBMS, 40-18. South had early momentum, as they got

North Belton 7B patient through quarter-long drive, blanks South Belton 7B 24-0

The North Belton Middle School 7th grade B Tigers hosted the South Belton Middle 7th grade B on Monday night. North withstood South’s opening drive that took 11 plays, 20 yards, and 7:10 and answered with a 99-yard scoring drive as NBMS shut out SBMS, 24-0. The SBMS players wore blue socks and a blue

SBMS: Helmet Sticker to Honor Esmay Lopez and Location Update

The South Belton Middle School 7th- and 8th-Grade Football teams will include this new helmet to honor Esmay Lopez, a fellow South Belton Middle School Student who tragically passed away on October 11. The Tigers will also be wearing blue socks in honor of Esmay for their games against North Belton on October 14, 15,