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Summit Boys on Four-Game Hot Streak, Lake Ridge Girls Have Won Five Straight

Feb 02, 2015 09:55AM ● By Kevin
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 4-6 last week, and the girls teams went 6-4. 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, Mansfield was blown out by Duncanville, 86-45. Donald Whiteside led the team in scoring with 15 points. Erik Talton followed with 11. On Friday, the Tigers edged Grand Prairie, 47-45. They led by 9 points heading into the final frame, and despite a hard-fought battle, Grand Prairie could not recover. Mo Handy led Mansfield in scoring with 14 points. Mansfield is 8-15 this season with an 2-6 district record. Up next is a home game against DeSoto on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Mansfield went 1-1 last week. On Tuesday, they suffered a tough loss to Duncanville, 71-35. Ki'Asha Harris led the Tigers in the loss with 12 points. On Friday, they defeated Grand Prairie, 54-33. Lindsey Wurm led the Tigers in that game with 17 points. Next, Mansfield hosts DeSoto on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The Tigers are 7-19 this year, and 3-7 in the district.

Mansfield Legacy High School
The Broncos went 0-2 last week, losing to Red Oak in overtime last Tuesday, 46-44, and Summit on Friday, 75-44. Nick Stanley scored 25 points in the two-game span. The Broncos are now 7-10 with a 4-7 district record. They host Timberview Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Legacy defeated Red Oak on Tuesday, 65-56. Grace Daniels scored a game-high 24 points, followed by 16 from Bethany Ross. Meagan Moore added 13. Summit topped the Broncos on Friday, 59-49. Ross scored a team-high 15 in defeat. The Broncos are 10-10 and 5-7 in the district, and face Timberview on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at home.

Mansfield Timberview High School
The Wolves extend their losing streak to five straight games with last week's losses. Timberview lost a nail biter to 6-15 Waxahachie on Tuesday, 49-47. Chris Mullins and Quinn Sutton each scored 12 points for the Wolves. Lake Ridge came to Timberview's house and picked up a victory, 60-52, on Friday. Mullins led the Wolves again with 16 points. Timberview is 14-10 overall and 5-7 in the district. Next, they travel to face Legacy on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Timberview took down Waxahachie on Tuesday, 47-39. Lauryn Thompson led the way for the Wolves with 14 points. Trelynn Tyler added 10. Lake Ridge squeaked by the Wolves on Friday, 38-35. Allyson Hinds and Tyler each scored 10 points in the  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 are on a hot streak of late. They've won four in a row, including Tuesday's game over Lake Ridge, 53-45, and Friday's matchup against Legacy, 75-44. Lovell Cabbil led all scorers on Tuesday with 23 points. He topped the scoreboard again on Friday with 17. Jabeeri Fountain added 12. Summit is 16-4 and 10-2 in the district. They face Ennis Tuesday night at 8 p.m. on the road.

The Jaguars went 1-1 last week, first suffering a loss to Lake Ridge on Tuesday, 34-23. Adrianna Dunn scored a team-high 8 points. Summit rebounded nicely, defeating Legacy on Friday, 59-49. Nia Jackson led all scorers with 20 points. Taylor Jones added 13. The Jaguars are 20-11 this season with a 7-7 district record. Next, they face Ennis on the road at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

Mansfield Lake Ridge High School
The Eagles went 1-1 last week, losing to Summit on Tuesday, 53-45, and defeating Timberview on Friday, 60-52. Ryan Woolridge led Lake Ridge both nights, scoring a combined 38 points last week. Up next is a home game against Lancaster on Tuesday at 8 p.m. The Eagles are 18-7 and 9-3 in the district.

Lake Ridge picked up two victories last week, defeating Summit on Tuesday, 34-23, and Timberview on Friday, 38-35. Kylie Collins and Kristian DeWitt both scored 19 points in two games. The Eagles are 13-13 this year and 8-5 in the district. They host Lancaster on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

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