The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor baseball team lost a three-game set two games to one in the series opener of the American Southwest Conference Tournament against Louisiana College last weekend in Pineville, Louisana. The Wildcats won Friday 10-1, UMHB won game one on Saturday 4-1 and dropping the second game 5-3. The Wildcats improved to 24-17 on the season and advance to face Texas Lutheran in the championship round of the ASC tournament, hosted by U.T.-Tyler, next weekend. The Cru ends its season at 21-21 overall and 10-8 in conference action.
The Tigers began spring football Wednesday afternoon. The Tigers have until the spring game May 31st to get in 18 practices in 30-days. Belton will use a late spring workout to get a jump start on the fall. From spring football the Tigers will begin their summer workouts until the start of two-a-days.
This year's spring games will include an alumni game sandwiched between the freshman and varsity games. It will be interesting. "The number of alumni who have signed is great," said Tigers head coach Rodney Southern.
Former sports stars will come to Temple Sunday afternoon, May 19, to visit the children at McLane Children's Hospital Scott & White & the Ronald McDonald House. That night, there will be a dinner with live and silent auctions upstairs at the Bell County Expo Center. Many of the celebrities will be there. This is a good time to mingle with celebrities and other golfers.
Individual members of the Belton Tigers' boys and girls track teams converged, as did many teams from the region, upon Lubbock and the Class 5A Region I Track Meet last week with an opportunity to participate at the Class 5A State meet later this month in Austin.
Wolf Mahler and Kaylee Krenek emerged from the mass of humanity to represent Belton High School at the state meet.