FROM MIKE TENNEY’S BELLAIRE SPORTS DESK • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
Both the Bellaire girls’ offense and defense are evident in their 81-3 season
score in District 18-6A.
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The Bellaire HS girls soccer team members dominated
their HISD competition, not only going unbeaten in
District 18-6A but winning their 12 games by a combined
score of 81-3. Then they had a major breakthrough in the
2-0, at Butler Stadium to advance to the second round.
Now all those outstanding players have dominated the All-
District listings with seven girls from Bellaire named to the
forward , junior defender
, senior defender , junior forward
Ariana , sophomore forward
Amalia , freshman goalie , and
Laila were voted All-District
, sophomore goalkeeper
defender , and freshman forward
were the half-dozen selected to the third team. While
they will obviously lose some talented seniors, it appears the
nucleus is there for head coach Alan ’ team to be a
real player in the region again next winter...
district champions at last month’s District 18-6A meet at
150 points behind Lamar, which won the competition with 199.
Junior sprinter and freshman distance
won two events, and sophomore Anne was
4-x-400 relay after they were third in the meet’s other two
event that saw Bellaire go 1-2 in each with senior
second in both. Bellaire also secured three of the top four spots
in both long-distance races with junior Lin fourth in the
1,600 and sophomore Lauren Ohler fourth in the 3,200.
ahead of a Lamar runner and two steps ahead of Bellaire HS
placed sixth in the 400 to secure the team
some combination of these runners, the Cardinals were third
in both the 400 and 800 relays. Porter, ,
, and were the four on the 400