NAVASOTA — In an inaugural season already packed with memories, nobody at Lake Belton will forget this late-May weekend in Grimes County.

From extra innings in Game 1 on Thursday night to Friday’s storm-interrupted Game 2 to a Game 3 so intense and so loud that the brand new bleachers around Ira Floyd Field shook under the sizzling sun Saturday afternoon, the Class 4A Region III final between the Lady Broncos and Liberty Lady Panthers had all the ingredients necessary to deem it unforgettable.

NAVASOTA — A softball program with no prior history whatsoever made a ton of it Saturday.

Lake Belton used the steady, two-hit pitching of freshman Shelby Schultz and clutch base running to pull out a 2-0 victory over Huffman Hargrave in the decisive third game of their Class 4A Region III semifinal Saturday at Ira Floyd Field.

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NAVASOTA — All signs Thursday night indicated that the Lake Belton Lady Broncos not only would complete their comeback attempt against Huffman Hargrave but also punch their ticket to the regional final and put them on the doorstep of the state tournament.

LUFKIN — The Lake Belton Broncos pushed across a run in the seventh and got the tying run to second base with two outs, but failed to come up with one final hit in a 2-1 loss to Lufkin Hudson to begin their best-of-three Class 4A Region III quarterfinal series Wednesday.

MANOR — After an opening round in which almost everything went about as good as could be for Cameron Yoe’s Kaden Kuzel on Monday, the second round left the sophomore golfer frustrated after very little went right.

Reaching the state tournament never seemed like a realistic goal for the Lake Belton boys golf team. It’s hard to knock the Broncos for their realistic approach in their inaugural season, especially when considering their squad consists of four sophomores and one freshman and spent most of t…