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Summit Boys Extend Streak to 6 Straight Wins

Feb 10, 2015 09:51AM ● Published by Kevin

Mansfield Summit 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 5-4 last week, and the girls teams went 4-4. Click the name of the school below to view more sports and scores.

Mansfield High School
The Tigers fell to DeSoto on Tuesday night, 65-30, as they were only able to score 10 points in the second half. Donald Whiteside tied for the game-high in scoring with 14 points. Mansfield is 8-16 this season with an 2-7 district record. Up next is an away game against South Grand Prairie, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Mansfield dropped a game to DeSoto on Tuesday, 70-45. Maryam Adeniyi led the Tigers in scoring with 10 points. Next, Mansfield hits the road to face South Grand Prairie on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The Tigers are 7-20 this year, and 3-8 in the district.

Mansfield Legacy High School
The Broncos went 0-2 last week, losing to Timberview on Tuesday, 36-33, and Lancaster on Friday, 92-40. Legacy led after one half in Tuesday's matchup, but were held to 6 total points in the second half en route to the defeat. Nick Stanley led all scorers with 11 points. On Friday, Kennedy Jones led the Broncos in scoring with 8 points. The Broncos are now 7-12 with a 4-9 district record. They host Seguin Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Legacy lost to Timberview on Tuesday, 62-56. Grace Daniels led the Broncos in scoring with 15 points. The results of Friday's game against Lancaster were not submitted. As of Feb. 3, the Broncos are 10-11 and 5-8 in the district, and face Seguin on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at home.

Mansfield Timberview High School
The Wolves broke a five-game losing streak on Tuesday with the win over Legacy, 36-33, and followed up with a rout on Friday of Ennis, 76-36. Jokwon Bagby led Timberview in scoring on Tuesday with 9 points. William Owens led the Wolves on Friday with 17. Bagby added 15. Chris Mullins and Dawaun Brackens also scored in the double digits on Friday with 13 and 10 respectively. Timberview is 16-10 overall and 7-7 in the district. Next, they travel to face Red  on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

Timberview took down Legacy on Tuesday, 62-56. Trelynn Tyler led all scorers with 22 points. Lauren Godbold scored 17 in support. On Friday, the Wolves defeated Ennis, 47-37. Tyler led the team with 13 points. Godbold added 10. The Wolves are 17-11 this season and 10-5 in the district. Up next, they play Red Oak on the road Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

Mansfield Summit High School
The Jaguars extend the winning streak to six straight with wins over Ennis and Red Oak last week. On Tuesday, they defeated Ennis, 69-28. On Friday, Summit took down Red Oak, 62-54. Lovell Cabbil led all scorers on Friday with 27 points. Keilyn Nance added 11. Summit is 18-4 and 12-2 in the district. They face Timberview Tuesday night at 8 p.m. on the road.

The Jaguars went 1-1 last week, first defeating Ennis, 52-34. Nia Jackson led the team in scoring with 14 points. Summit then lost to Red Oak on Friday in the regular season finale, 61-59. Omia Bell led all scorers with 20 points in defeat. The Jaguars finish the regular season 21-12 with a 8-8 district record.

Mansfield Lake Ridge High School
The Eagles went 1-1 last week. They first fell to Lancaster on Tuesday, 52-41. Jourden Taylor scored a team-high 10 points. On Friday, Lake Ridge defeated Seguin, 64-56. Ryan Woolridge led the team in scoring with 16 points. Timi Onilogbo and Taylor each added 11. Isaak Rowe scored 10. Up next is a home game against Waxahachie on Tuesday at 8 p.m. The Eagles are 19-8 and 10-4 in the district.

Lake Ridge went 1-1 last week, defeating Lancaster on Tuesday, 41-34, and dropping one to Seguin on Friday, 53-45. Kennedy Burks led the team in scoring in both games with 15 points in each game. Kristian DeWitt combined for 22 in the two games. The Eagles are 14-14 this year and 9-6 in the district. They host Waxahachie on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.

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