Thank you to the 2021 seniors!
The Bellaire Boys Soccer parents and players want to take this time to thank the 2021 seniors for their dedication, performance, and leadership during their time at Bellaire High School.
These young men have dealt with a canceled post-season, called-off tournaments, and frustrating COVID protocols — yet they kept fighting through it all. They set a standard for District 18-6A wins that made the program proud.
Playoff losses are not fun, but lessons learned from victories and defeats make you stronger and smarter in all that you do.
So, we say a sincere thanks to Jose Garcia, Noel Mequanint, Eugene Heger, Filmon Gazae, Jake Loor, Ron Masti, Angel Rubi, Jesse Guzman, and Zain Rizvi. We’ll miss you on the pitch, but we know your future is bright!
Bellaire players named to District 18-6A All-District teams
Published in the Three Penny Press Written by David Bournat and Ricky Kai The boys varsity soccer team’s season came to an end on March 27 after a nail-biting playoff game against Cypress Ridge High School, which ended with seven senior starters hanging up their cleats in their last high school soccer game. Three
Senior Zain Rizvi Junior Tristan Morales Bellaire High School boys soccer has named senior Zain Rizvi as the 2021 recipient of the Cardinal Award! In addition, Head Coach Jeremy Rodgers announced that junior Tristan Morales was named the 2020 winner of the award. Rodgers created the Cardinal Award and it’s given to the player who
Congrats to all of the newly-named Academic All-District players on JV and Varsity. To qualify, players had to have above 90 in all of their classes. Great work on and off the pitch! Edwin Acevedo Abarca Brandon Gervacio Aguilar Achilles Glenn Jesse Guzman Kyce Hakki Noah Hanson Eugene Heger Kian Lau Ron Masti Hayden Musser
March 26, 2021 – Bellaire Varsity battled strong, but lost a tough Bi-District playoff match 4-2 against Cy Ridge at Pridgeon Stadium. Sophomore Carter Sasser and junior Tristan Morales scored on assists from junior Ricky Kai and senior Eugene Heger. Bellaire ends the season with an 11-3-3 overall record. The team finished in second place
The Bellaire Men’s Soccer Program would like to welcome Michael Edwards as the new Varsity Assistant Coach! A native of the Houston area, Coach Edwards grew up in Waco and attended Baylor University, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in History. In 2020, Michael returned to Waco and Baylor to get his Master’s
Incoming freshmen and parents, Thanks for your interest in the Bellaire HS Soccer Program. We aim to operate on a “consistency before championships” mentality, guided by a season motto. This year we rallied around LIFESTYLE, connecting the influence soccer has in other areas of life, and how life outside of the sport can affect our