The Joey Martin era begins at Temple, TJ Johnson is back for Year 4 at Belton and Lake Belton gears up for its second campaign, all this weekend as the boys basketball season gets underway.

ROCKDALE — In a season that had its share of adversity, pushing a skilled team such as La Grange to a fifth set in the playoffs was a triumph of sorts in itself.

Still, it wasn’t enough for Lake Belton as La Grange took charge of the decisive to set to come away with a 22-25, 25-19, 25-21, 20-25, 15-8 victory over the Lady Broncos in a Class 4A bi-district match at Tiger Gym.

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SAN ANTONIO — Lake Belton’s players congregated with one another just below the visitors’ bleachers of Davenport Stadium as fans who made the 3-hour drive cheered loudly, some equipped with speakers blasting air-horn sound effects.

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BELTON — Lake Belton dominated Austin Liberal Arts and Science from the start Friday night, scoring touchdowns on all six of its first-half possessions and adding two interceptions for scores in that span as the Broncos posted an emphatic 58-0 homecoming win at Tiger Field.

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BELTON — Lake Belton scored 21 straight points to close the first half Friday night and didn’t look back, defeating Richmond Randle 47-20 at Tiger Field to stay unbeaten.

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With Lake Belton’s football game against Llano called off this week, a large number of Lake Belton football players joined a huge home crowd donning their camouflage at the newly refinished Lake Belton gym Friday night to watch the volleyball team go Duck hunting.

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BELTON — There was no title on the line Friday night at Tiger Field. The Lake Belton Broncos and Katy Jordan Warriors fought like they were in a title fight, though, and the Broncos knocked out the Warriors with less than 2 minutes remaining to secure a 35-28 win in a battle of second-year schools.