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Timberview and Summit Hoops Maintain Winning Records Last Week

Jan 12, 2015 01:07PM ● By Kevin
Looking for a quick recap of last week's local basketball action? Here you'll find the scores for your favorite local high school hoops teams - both boys and girls.

Mansfield area boys teams went 6-3 last week, and the girls teams also went 3-6. Click the name of the school below to view more sports and scores.

Mansfield High School
The Tigers went 1-1 last week. On Tuesday, Grand Prairie was defeated by Mansfield in a home nail-biter for the Tigers, 40-39. Trailing by 8 after the first quarter, Mansfield outscored the opponent 17-5 in the second, and kept the lead at the end of the final two frames to pick up the win. Mo Handy led Mansfield in scoring with 11 points. On Friday, DeSoto, who only has two losses this season, took down Mansfield, 55-37. Handy topped the score card with a game-high 14 point. Mansfield is 7-11 this season with an 1-2 district record. Up next is a home game against South Grand Prairie on Friday.

Mansfield defeated Grand Prairie on Tuesday, 47-37, and lost to DeSoto on Friday, 71-35. Lindsey Wurm led the Tigers in scoring with 19 points against Grand Prairie. Ki'Asha Harris followed with 12. Harris led Mansfield with 11 points in the DeSoto loss. They host Haltom on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Mansfield is 6-14 this year, and 2-3 in the district.

Mansfield Legacy High School
The Broncos went 1-1 last week, first losing to Lancaster, 68-35, on Tuesday night. Kennedy Jones led the team with 12 points. Legacy hit the road on its way to defeat Seguin, 34-27, on Friday night. Jones led all scorers with 11 points. The Broncos are now 5-9 with a 2-4 district record. They host Mansfield Waxahachie Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Legacy defeated Lancaster, 59-55, on Tuesday, and followed up with a tough loss to Seguin on Friday, 71-32. Grace Daniels led the Broncos with 21 points in the Lancaster win. Meagan Hutson led the team with 10 points in Friday night's loss. The Broncos are 8-8 and 3-5 in the district, and face Waxahachie Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. on the home court.

Mansfield Timberview High School
The Wolves dominated the competition last week, defeating Ennis on Tuesday, 76-48, and Red Oak on Friday, 71-41. On Friday, three Wolves shared the leaderboard with 13 points a piece, including Jokwon Bagby, Chris Mullins, and Quinn Sutton. Timberview is 14-5 overall and 5-2 in the district. Next, they travel to face Summit, Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Timberview took down Ennis on Tuesday, 57-48. Ugo Nwarie and Trelynn Tyler combined for 27 points. On Friday, the Wolves lost to Red Oak, 40-38. They led in scoring heading into the final quarter, but were outscored by 9 in the end. Taylor led all scorers with 12 points. The Wolves are 13-8 this season and 6-2 in the district. Up next, they play Summit on the road Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Mansfield Summit High School
The Jaguars dropped a close one on Tuesday night, losing, 65-64, to Red Oak. They take on Legacy tonight at 8 p.m. in an away matchup. Summit is 11-3 and 5-1 in the district. They face Timberview Tuesday night at 8 p.m. at home.

Red Oak defeated the Jaguars in overtime on Tuesday, 58-56. Celsi Caraway and Nia Jackson combined for 28 points. The Jaguars are 17-8 this season with a 4-4 district record. Next, they host Timberview Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Mansfield Lake Ridge High School
The Eagles took out two opponents in close games last week. On Tuesday, they defeated Seguin at home, 55-50. Trailing at the half, they came back to return the game to a knot at the end of regulation, and outscored the opponent 10-3 in overtime. Ryan Woolridge led all scorers with 25 points. Langdon Williams added 12. Lake Ridge also defeated Waxahachie on Friday, 59-56. Up next is a home game against Legacy on Friday at 8 p.m. The Eagles are 14-6 and 5-2 in the district.

Lake Ridge dropped two games last week, losing to Seguin, 49-30, and Waxahachie, 47-37. Kennedy Burks and Kristian DeWitt combined for 18 points in Tuesday's game, and Burks led the team in scoring with 14 on Friday. The Eagles are 8-14 this year and 3-5 in the district. They host Legacy on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

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