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Eagles Go 6-0 in Boys/Girls Hoops Action

Jan 26, 2015 02:53PM ● By Kevin

Lake Ridge High School

Looking for a quick recap of the 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 8-8 since our last report, and the girls teams also went 7-9. Click the name of the school below to view more sports and scores.

Mansfield High School
The Tigers went 0-3 since our last report. On Jan. 16, South Grand Prairie defeated Mansfield, 46-38. Mo Handy led Mansfield in scoring with 12 points. On Tuesday, Cedar Hill, who only has two losses this season, took down Mansfield, 46-36. Handy topped the score card with a game-high 10 points. Finally, Midlothian defeated Mansfield on Friday, 65-57. Handy led all scorers once again with 23 points. Mansfield is 7-14 this season with an 1-5 district record. Up next is a home game against Duncanville on Tuesday.

Mansfield went through a rough patch the past two weeks, dropping four straight games. The Tigers' losses came to Haltom, 39-36, South Grand Prairie, 48-19, Cedar Hill, 55-44, and Midlothian, 47-39. Lindsey Wurm scored 39 points in the four game stretch. Next, they host Duncanville on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Mansfield is 6-18 this year, and 2-6 in the district.

Mansfield Legacy High School
The Broncos went 2-1 in recent action, first beating Waxahachie, 57-51, on Jan. 13. Nick Stanley led the team with 17 points, followed by Tanner Neufeldt with 13. Legacy hit the road on its way to a 41-17 rout by Lake Ridge on Jan. 16. They rebounded nicely with a 36-19 win over Ennis on Friday night. The Broncos are now 7-9 with a 4-6 district record. They host Red Oak Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Legacy defeated Waxahachie on Tuesday, 68-53. Grace Daniels scored a game-high 28 points, followed by 16 from Bethany Ross. Lake Ridge topped the Broncos on Friday, 46-39. Daniels again led all scorers, this time with 14 points. The Broncos are 9-9 and 4-6 in the district, and face Ennis on Friday at 6:30 p.m. in an away game.

Mansfield Timberview High School
The Wolves have hit a rough patch in recent matchups, losing three games. The first loss came to Summit on Jan. 13, 61-55. Dawaun Brackens scored a team-high 18 points. Next, they dropped one on the road to Lancaster, 84-63, on Tuesday. Quinn Sutton led all scorers with 18 points. Finally, the Wolves lost a close one to Seguin on Friday, 47-42. Chris Mullins and Sutton combined for 23 points in the loss. Timberview is 14-8 overall and 5-5 in the district. Next, they travel to face Waxahachie on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Timberview squeaked by Summit on Jan. 13, 47-46, overcoming a deficit in the first half. Trelynn Tyler led all scorers with 14, followed by 13 from Hailee Walls. The Wolves couldn't follow up in the next two games, losing to Lancaster, 68-52, and Seguin, 66-40. Lauryn Thompson scored 25 points in the two games, while Tyler put up 19. The Wolves are 14-10 this season and 7-4 in the district. Up next, they play Waxahachie on the road Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Mansfield Summit High School
The Jaguars went 3-1 in recent competition, defeating Timberview (61-55), Seguin (60-49), and Waxahachie (81-73). The sole loss came to Lancaster, 74-66. Lovell Cabbil scored 87 points in the four-game stretch, scoring in the 20s in two of the four games. Summit is 14-4 and 8-2 in the district. They face Lake Ridge Tuesday night at 8 p.m. on the road.

The Jaguars went 2-2 in recent action, losing a tough one to Timberview, bouncing back to squeak past Lancaster, 47-45, dropping one to Seguin, 59-48, and defeating Waxahachie, 47-42. Celsi Caraway scored 34 points in four games, while Khadijah Kelly scored 42. The Jaguars are 19-10 this season with a 6-6 district record. Next, they face Lake Ridge on the road at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Mansfield Lake Ridge High School
The Eagles went on a three-game tear, defeating Legacy, 41-17, Ennis, 80-52, and Red Oak, 52-48. Ryan Woolridge led all scorers with 11 points in the Legacy win, and followed up with a 16-point performance against Ennis. Isaak Rowe led the Eagles in that game with 19 points. Up next is a home game against Summit on Tuesday at 8 p.m. The Eagles are 18-6 and 9-2 in the district.

Lake Ridge is on a hot streak, winning its last three games since our last report. The Eagles defeated Legacy, 46-39, Ennis, 57-46, and Red Oak, 50-41. Kristian DeWitt scored 47 points in the three-game stretch. The Eagles are 11-14 this year and 6-5 in the district. They host Summit on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

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