There was plenty of success had by both Mansfield High and Timberview at the District 7-5A swim meet last weekend.Both the Mansfield boys and girls won district titles, while the Timberview boys finished third and the girls fifth.For Mansfield, 37 swimmers and divers qualified for the regional championships, which will be Feb. 8-9 in Keller.The Tigers had over 10 first-place finishes at the meet. Riley McClendon and Meagan Thompson were responsible for the first-place finishes for the girls team. McClendon won the 200 and 500 freestyles, while Thompson finished first in the 50 and 100 freestlyes.Cory Loria and Michael Thibert had multiple first-place finishes for the boys team. Loria captured first in the 200 and 500 freestyles and Thibert placed first in the 50 and 100 freestyles.Also finishing first for the Mansfield boys: Cameron Haggerty in the 100 backstroke, Jonathan Husch in the 100 breaststroke and Ryan Tipton in the one-meter diving.Matthew Garza had Timberview's two first-place finishes in the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly. Timberview had nine total swimmers qualify for regionals.Matt Bold coaches both the Mansfield and Timberview squads and couldn't be happier with how both teams performed this weekend."I am extremely proud of all Mansfield Tigers and Timberview Wolves swimmers and divers," he said. "I have even higher expectations for the regional championships."Mansfield hockey suffers loss to Garland/Bishop LynchThe Mansfield Hockey Association club team couldn't muster any offense against Garland/Bishop Lynch last week, getting shut out 3-0.Garland/Bishop Lynch scored all three of its goals within the first two periods, with two goals coming from Tyler Wiiltz. Mansfield actually outshot Garland/Bishop Lynch in every period but couldn't get one past goalie Nick Hill, who had 31 saves for Garland/Bishop Lynch.The Tigers play tomorrow against Highland Park.