BELTON- UMHB wide receiver Cal Robinson is out for the remainder of the 2022 season, after suffering multiple injuries at a practice earlier in the week.
No. 5 UMHB football returns to action on Saturday night at Crusader Stadium, hosting Southwestern in the ASC opener. Here is your comprehensive source for everything related to this upcoming matchup, presented by The Best of Belton, including a look at both Southwestern and UMHB, the UMHB depth chart, and other notables. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. on Sept. 17.
BELTON- It is now time to introduce True To The Cru’s Players of the Week, presented by our gold sponsor, Sacrifice Training.
BELTON- Jerry Cephus still remembers sitting on those bleachers, watching the action play out on the field, and like any kid, he wanted to be a part of it. The fourth-grader had watched the team of elementary school football players for three days now. Nobody had seemed to notice him. That was, until a man, evidently one of the team’s coaches, walked towards the bleachers and gave him an offer that Cephus could not turn down.
ABILENE, Texas- The UMHB volleyball team extended its winning streak to three matches on Tuesday night in Abilene, sweeping McMurry. It marks UMHB’s first road win of the year, and moves the Crusaders to 2-1 in conference play.
BELTON- How do you push forward after losing a national championship-caliber game? By simply moving on.
That was one of UMHB head coach Larry Harmon’s main points in the early minutes of his weekly press conference on Monday morning, as he fielded questions, almost all of which were related to Saturday’s road loss to now-No. 4 Wisconsin-Whitewater.