Coach Jay Zeller wasn’t sure what to expect in his Mansfield girls soccer team’s first round matchup against Copperas Cove in the Class 5A playoffs.Zeller said he didn’t have too much scouting info before the matchup and his team was heading south to Waco to play. It seems it didn’t matter much to the Lady Tigers.Mansfield dominated Cove 7-0 in the Class 5A bi-district round last week. Mansfield takes on Coppell at Newsom Stadium in the area round on Friday night.Sidney LeRoy, Lindsay Schneider and Paige Taylor each scored two goals for the Lady Wolves. McKayla Paulson also added a goal for Mansfield.The game continued Mansfield’s shutout streak. The Lady Tigers haven’t allowed a goal since March 12 against Grand Prairie.Summit boys knocked outThe Summit boys soccer team suffered a heartbreaking loss to Stephenville in the Class 4A bi-district round of the playoffs last week, losing 2-1 on penalty kicks.The Jaguars advanced to the playoffs as the second seed from District 15-4A, an accomplishment coach David McDonald was proud of, especially considering Summit had a chance to win the district title at the end of the season.But Summit’s season ended last week at the hands of Stephenville. After trailing the Yellow Jackets early 1-0 in the 12th minute, the Jaguars dominated the final moments of regulation.Summit’s goal in the 77th minute would force overtime and Summit had multiple chances to end the game there. In penalty kicks, Stephenville won 4-3 to advance to the area round.Timberview girls suffer early exitTimberview’s girls soccer team couldn’t survive penalty kicks and lost to Waco Midway 1-0 in the Class 5A bi-district round of the playoffs on Thursday.Midway won the penalty kicks 2-1, with Timberview freshman defender Hannah Saylor scoring the lone penalty kick for the Lady Wolves.It was a physical game with neither sides having many scoring chances. Midway dominated the possession in the second half, but Timberview was able to counter and have a few shots toward the end of regulation but just couldn’t find the back of the net.In penalty kicks, Midway goalie Cameron Carter shined, with three saves and a penalty score.Mansfield and Timberview softball keep paceMansfield softball continues to dominate, with back-to-back blowout wins in District 7-5A last week.The Lady Tigers beat Cedar Hill 15-0 and DeSoto 20-0 last week, extending Mansfield’s shutout streak to four games. Mansfield hasn’t given up a run sinceDespite the run, Mansfield still sits in second place of District 7-5A because Timberview won’t stop losing either.Timberview beat Midlothian 6-0 and Duncanville 13-0 last week. Timberview sits in first place in the district with a 9-0 record. Mansfield is second at 8-1.Timberview freshman starting pitcher Mariah Denson has led the way with a 1.57 ERA and 104 strikeouts in just 67 innings pitched.Offensively, Ashley Timmons lends the Lady Wolves. Timmons leads the team in home runs (3) second in RBI (16) and has a .352 batting average. Ashley Tharp leads the regulars in batting average (.414) and Maddie Munoz leads Timberview with 19 RBI.Legacy baseball keeps winningLegacy is still undefeated in District 15-4A thanks to a pair of wins against crosstown rivals last week.Legacy defeated Summit 5-2 and took down Lake Ridge 7-0 last week. Legacy is still perfect in district and in first place at 7-0.The win against Summit last week kept the team in first place. Summit is now second with a 5-2 district record.Matthew Dickey has led the way for Legacy with four wins and a 2.33 ERA. He also has 33 strikeouts against just 10 walks.Offensively, the Broncos are led by the pair of Corey Murray and Chayce Steelman. Murray is hitting .369 and Steelman is batting .368. Both have a home run and Murray has 17 RBI and Steelman has 14.Legacy softball stays hotDespite the loss of starting pitcher Kendall Potts to injury, Legacy picked up two big wins last in District 15-4A.Legacy defeated Mansfield Summit 15-5 and beat Lake Ridge 18-0 last week.The Lady Broncos are still in second place in 15-4A play with an 8-1 record. First-place Ennis is 9-0 in district.Legacy is being led by do-it-all senior Briana Walker. Walker leads Legacy in almost all offensive categories, including batting average (.606), home runs (3), hits (40) and stolen bases (24).