Wall of Honor Inductees 1990-1999
Julius Johnson – Football – 1991
Johnson was named 1st Team 4-A All-State as a fee safety as a Jr in 1991 & Honorable Mention as a RB as a Sr in 1992. Johnson was also a 3 year starter as a point guard on the Tiger Basketball team. He was the District champ in the 110 meter hurdles at 14.17 & was 5th in the 300 meter hurdles.
As a 5’9″ 175 Jr DB he set a state record in 1991 with a 105 yd interception return for a TD & tide the school record for interceptions in a season with 8. He went on to play football at Blinn JC and Texas A&M Commerce.
Raymond Williams – Football / Track – 1991-1993
Williams won 2 State Titles in Discus & 1 in Shotput in 1992 & 1993. Was a 2nd Team All-State LB as a Jr in 1991. As a 6’0″ 235 Soph Lb, he set the school record for tackles in a game with 25.
Won a State Title in discus as a Jr in 1992 (183’0″) & as a Sr in 1993 (184’7″). He won a State Title in Shotput as a Sr in 1993 (59’10”).
He led Belton to 2nd place team finish at the State Track Meet. After high school he attended Blinn JC where he played DE & LB.
Anitra Davis – Basketball – 1991-1993
Named 4-A All-State for 3 years as a Fr, So & Jr at Belton (1992-1994) & 1 year at 5-A Houston Madison in 1995 her senior year. She was also named 5-A player of the year in TX, was a Parade & Kodak All-American.
She averaged 20 pts & 10 rebounds as a Fr, 24 & 13 as So, 28 & 15 as a Jr & 21 & 11 as a Sr.
Named All-Southland Conference as a Jr & Sr at SFA & led the conference in scoring at 19.6 ppg. Was also a 3-time All-District selection in Volleyball. Davis went on to play professional basketball in France and the U.S. before beginning a career as a teacher/coach.
Jason Ward – Football – 1991-1992
Ward was named 4-A 2nd team All-State as a kicker his Jr & Sr year (1991-1992). Set a school record with a 51 yd FG. He became the 4th Belton Football player to make All-State for two years.
Was also named All-District in soccer for 3 years. Set a school record for career goals with 65 career goals scored. He went on to play soccer at Colorado Christian.
Chris Regan – Baseball – 1992
Chris was named 2nd Team 4-A All-State in 1992. The lefty pitchers was 10-1 as a Sr for a Tiger team that was 25-5 on the year. He had an ERA of 1.75 with 106 strikeouts & only 29 walks.
He went on to pitch at Hill JC in 1993. After Hill he went on to play at UMHB for 3 years.
His brother Jason was All-State in 1994 & the two became the 2nd of 3 sets of brothers to make All-State at Belton.
Jason Regan – Baseball – 1993-1994
Jason Regan was named 1st Team 4-A All-State as a Jr & Sr (1993-1994). In 1993 as a Jr was 10-3 as a pitcher for the Tigers, with and ERA of 2.30 and hit .471 with 45 RBI’s. In 1994 as a Sr was 15-2 with an ERA of 1.94 as a pitcher & hit .430 with 52 RBI’s on Belton’s State Championship Team.
He hit 2 home runs in the final innings of both games at the State Tournament, including a “walk off” grand slam.
Was also an All-District selection as a DB his Jr & Sr year. He went on to play 2 years at Blinn JC & 5 years in the Minor Leagues.
Darren Brinkley – Football / Baseball – 1993-1994
Brinkley was named All-State in both football & baseball as a Sr in 1993-94. Was 1st Team 4-A All-State in baseball on the 1994 State Championship team, as he hit .347 with 5 home runs & a school record 20 stolen bases.
In football he was an All-District selection 3 years (soph, Jr & Sr years) and All State as a Sr for a 9-3 Tiger team. As a WR he had 63 catches for 1,318 yards and a school record 119 catches and 2,236 career receiving yards (both school records).
He went on to play football at Texas A&M and started at WR for the 1998 Big 12 championship team.
David Moreland – Track – 1994
Moreland won the 4-A Pole Vault State championship as a Sr in 1994 with a height of 16’0″ after finishing 3rd as a Jr (15’6″), he also qualified for the state meets as a Soph at 14’0″. As a Sr he had a PB of 16’7″ placing 3rd at the Texas Relays & was one of the top ten vaulters in the U.S. Twice finished 2nd at the National H.S. indoor meet at LSU as a Jr in the fall of 1993 & as a Sr in 1993.
His gold medal at the 1993 State Track meet helped the Tigers placed 2nd as a team with 26 points.
Brock Rumfield – Baseball – 1994
Rumfield was named All-State & 4-A Player of the Year as a Sr in 1994 as the Tigers won the Class 4-A State Title. He was the winning pitcher in both games in the state tournament & hit .420 with 9HR’s & 52 RBI’s as a Sr.
Brock was also a QB for the Tigers in 1992 & 1993, he threw for a school record 2,771 yds as a Sr. Had the most passing yards in class 4A & 5A in Texas.
He played at McLennan County JC, The University of Texas & Lubbock Christian. After college he played 2 years in the minor leagues.
David Stroud – Baseball – 1994
Stroud was named 3rd Team All-State as a Sr in 1994, one of 4 Tigers named All-State on the 1994 State Championship team. He hit .314 as the “clean up hitter” with 28 RBI’s as a Sr on 1994 State Championship team. Was also named to the All-State Tournament team & was named All Centex.
Was a two time All-District selection as a DE (6’1 225 lbs) in football as a Jr & Sr. Also qualified for the State Powerlifting Meet.
After high school he played 2 years at Ranger JC & was named to the National JC All-Star team. He played in the NAIA College World Series as a member of the Dallas Baptist baseball team.
Brad Turner – Baseball – 1995-1996
Turner was two time selection as a catcher to the 4-A All State team as a Jr & Sr (1995-1996). Was the starting catcher as a soph on Belton’s 1994 State Championship team. He was also a two year starter at QB for the Tigers, throwing for 1848 yds as a Jr & 1411 as a Sr.
He was named to the USA Today HS All-American team as a Sr & was the starting catcher for the South team in the Texas High School All-Star game.
He went on to play at SWT & UMHB where he hit .405 as a Jr.
Brian Mraz – Baseball – 1996
Mraz was named 4-A All-State by the Texas Baseball Coaches in 1996. He hit .380 ass Jr with 19 RBIs, as a Sr he hit .451 (.500 in 10 district games) with 27 RBIs for the 17-11 Tigers.
Went on to play at Ranger JC & UMHB.
Kyle Tidwell – Baseball – 1997
Tidwell was named 5-A All-State by the Texas Baseball Coaches in 1997. He started the last five games as a Fresh on Belton’s State Championship team as a 3rd baseman. He hit .338 as a So, .396 as a Jr & .364 as a Sr with 28 RBIs.
He was also a three year starter in football at WR with 594 yds & 5 Tds as a SR. He went on to play at McLennan County JC & UMHB.
Pat Bishop – Baseball – 1997
Bishop was named All-State by the Texas Baseball Coaches as a Sr in 1997. He hit .417 as a Jr in 1996 & was named All-Centex. As a Sr he hit .375 with 35 RBIs and 9 HRs. Was named the team MVP for work as a pitcher and 2nd baseman.
Played as a Fresh at SWT & at Temple College where he hit .350 with 8 HRs as a Soph. Played at UMHB before injuries ended his baseball career.
Bry Ewan – Baseball – 1997
Ewan was named 1st Team 5-A All-State. He was the top catcher in Texas & started at catcher in the 4A-5A All-Star game. As a Sr in 1997 he hit .392 (.404 in district) with 8 HRs.
He was also named SuperCentex MVP by Killeen Herald & Super Cen-TEx by Waco Tribune & Austin Statesman.
Signed with the University of Texas but was drafter by the Atlanta Braves & hit .307 his rookie year in 1997.
Jennifer Beach – Softball – 1997
Beach was named 5-A 2nd Team All-State at shortstop as a Sr in 1997 by the Texas Sportswriters. Was an All-District selection all 4 years in softball & was named District MVP as a Sr. She hit .446 her Sr year on a Tiger team that went undefeated in district play.
Was also a two-time All-District selection in volleyball. Beach also earned All-District honors as a point guard for the Tiger Basketball team.
Beach was a 4-year starter at 3rd and shortstop at Texas Tech University.
Rocky Allen – Baseball – 1998
Allen was named 5-A All-State by the Texas Coaches in 1998. He was a two-time All-District selection. As a Sr in 1998 he hit .359 with 31 RBIs & was named All-Area by Killeen Herald. He also played football for the Tigers at LB.
After high school he played at Temple College.
Greg Hughes – Baseball – 1998
Hughes was named 5-A All-State by the Texas Baseball Coaches in 1998. He hit .322 (.475 in district) as a Jr in 1997 with 28 RBIs & was named All-District. As a Sr he played 1st base & pitched, he hit .432 with 34 RBIs & 7 HRs, he also posted a 3-1 record as a pitcher with 4 saves.
Was named Team & District MVP, All Area & All Centex. Played at Temple College and UMHB.
Josh Tubbs – Football – 1998
Tubbs was named 4-A All-State by the Texas Sportswriters. The 6’2″ 280 lb Def & Off lineman made 77 solo tackles (15 for loss), 56 assisted tackles, forced 5 fumbles, had 3 fumble recoveries, blocked 2 kicks & recorded 10 sacks for minus 66 yds. Was named All-Centex by Waco & Austin papers.
As a Sr he won the discus (‘170) at Texas Relays and had a PB of 186’. Place 6th in the shotput at the State Track Meet with a throw of 55’4″.
He was recruited by several D1 schools, was All-Conference as a Fresh at The University of Houston & was a 3 year All-Conference selections at SWT. Also played 2 years in the Arena League.
Brad Bartz – Football – 1998
Bartz was named 4-A All-State as a DB in 1998. Was a 2-time All-District selection. As a 6’2″ 185 lb Sr he had 57 solo tackles, 58 assists, 6 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries & 5 interceptions. Was named Super Centex by Waco & Austin papers & 2nd team 4A All-State by Texas Sportswriters.
He also set 3 school records in track with a 41.84 in the 400 meter relay, 3:38.0 in sprint medley relay & 1:28.14 in 800 meter relay.
Went on to play at SWT.
Thomas Melvin – Baseball -1999
Melvin was named 4-A All State by the Texas Coaches in 1999. He hit .485 (.581 in district) as a Sr with 57 RBIs, 11 HRs & 17 doubles (all school records). Was also 8-1 as a pitcher with an ERA of 1.83 striking out 81 for a 26-6 Tiger team.
Went on to play at Temple College where he hit .320 as Soph, he finished his career at Texas A&M Kingsville.
B.J. Soto – Baseball – 1999
Soto was named 4-A All-State by the Texas Coaches. The 5’7″ 165 lb Sr was the top rusher for the Tiger Football team in 1998. He helped his 1998 Tiger team to reach the State Quarter-finals in Texas High School football playoffs.
As a Jr Soto hit .323; as a Sr he hit .394 (.450 in district) with 22 RBIs, 41 runs & 13 stolen bases. He went on to play at Temple College.
Josh Harris – Baseball – 1999
Harris was named 4-A All-State by the Texas Coaches in 1999. As a Jr he had a 7-1 record with a 3.52 ERA. His Sr year he was a member of the 1998 Tiger team that went 26-6 and was ranked 4th in Texas. He had a 10-2 record with 80 strikeouts and an ERA of 1.97. He also recorded 5 shutouts & two 1-hitters.
He played 2 years at Temple College & Texas A&M Kingsville. Whole at Kingsville he set the conference record with 15 strikeouts in 1 game. He then went on to play 3 years in the minor leagues.
Kory Douglas – Baseball – 1999
Douglas was named 4-A All State by the Texas Coaches in 1999. He was a 3-year starter at WR in football & had 35 receptions for 769 yds and 5 TDs.
As a Jr 2nd baseman on the 26-6 Tigers he hit .416 with 27 RBIs & 4 HRs. As a Sr he hit .302 with 23 RBIs. Finished 4th in his graduating class of 350 at Belton HS.
Audrey Puckett – Softball – 1999
Puckett was named 5-A All State as a Soph in 1999. As a soph in 1999, she was 12-3 & hit over .300 on a Tiger team that was undefeated in district play. She also recorded 2 perfect game and had an ERA of .33. As a Jr was 19-5 with an ERA of .29 & hit .464. As a Sr she was 15-4 & hit over .300.
Puckett signed with UT-Arlington.
Al Maxwell – Football – 1999
Maxwell was named 2nd Team All State at LB as a Sr in 1999. At 6’2″ 195 lbs he led Belton’s defense with 132 tackles (61 solo). That Belton team went 11-1 and finished ranked 9th in class 4-A. He was also Belton’s top defender as a Jr with 120 tackles.
He was also a 2 year starter for the basketball team averaging 7 rebounds per game. Played football at Texas A&M Kingsville.
Danielle Thomas – Softball – 1999/2000
Thomas was named 5-A All State as a Jr & Sr (1999-2000) by Texas Girls Coaches. She was a 3 sport star in high school (basketball, volleyball & softball). She was a 4 year starter in softball as Belton won 4 district titles in a row (and had a 42-0 district record). She hit .369 as a Jr, .429 as a Sr & had 30 stolen bases on 31 attempts.
Thomas started as a freshman at Oklahoma State & was later named All Conference at UMHB. She also set a school record at UMHB with an average of .451 in 2005.