The Legacy baseball team advanced to the regional quarterfinals with a series victory against Longview Pine Tree last weekend in what coach David Walden called a “scrap” from the outset.Legacy will take on district rival Waxahachie in the third round beginning at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Waxahachie High School, and Walden said his team will be in for another great battle.“We've already played them twice this year, and both were very, very close and hard fought games,” Walden said. “They've got an excellent baseball team, and it will be a very interesting series to see how this thing turns out.”Legacy defeated Waxahachie in both district games this season by scores of 5-1 and 10-3.Legacy defeated Pine Tree 11-2 in Game 1 of the series this past weekend, but dropped Game 2 after leading and had to rally in Game 3 to stay in the postseason.“Friday night, we got off to a real good start,” Walden said. “We played really well and pitched really well, but we could tell we were going to have our hands full, because Pine Tree has a really, really strong team. On Saturday, we had them down 3-0, and they came back and beat us.“In the third game, things did not look good for us early on. We got down 5-2, but we just kind of hung in there and hung in there, and started to scratch a run here and there, and then blew it open in the fifth with four runs. It was a really gutsy and scrappy effort from our kids.”With a come-from-behind victory like the one the Broncos earned in Game 3, confidence should be high among Walden's team heading into the Waxahachie series, but the Legacy coach said he is not sure how that outcome affected his team mentally.“I have no idea as far as what their confidence is,” Walden said. “After the games on Saturday, they were extremely excited but exhausted at the same time. The traveling has taken its toll on our kids, but that is why I have so much respect for them is that they just hang in there and fight until the last out.”Game 2 of the Legacy/Waxahachie series takes place at 2 p.m. on Saturday, with a third game, if necessary, to follow immediately after.Over at Mansfield High School, the season came to an end for the Tigers this past weekend, as they lost to Grapevine in the area round of the playoffs.Mansfield lost Game 1 by a score of 5-3 and earned 10 hits in the ball game, including a home run and double from Clint Harris, as well as doubles from Lane Meyer and Josh Timms.The Tigers lost Game 2 of the series by a score of 5-0 to bring their season to an end.Mansfield finished up the regular season with a 19-12-1 mark, and 11-3 record in district competition.For Summit, the season came to an end in the area round as well when the Jaguars lost two straight games to Hallsville last weekend.Summit finished second in district competition to Legacy this season with an overall record of 23-12 and district mark of 12-2.The Jaguars defeated Lindale in the bi-district round to advance to area against Hallsville.