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Legacy track star signs

Legacy’s Victoria Johnson, who earned a silver and bronze medal at the UIL state track and field meet in Austin earlier this month, will sign her letter of intent on Thursday. Johnson will attend Texas State University in San Marcos on a track scholarship.

Johnson finished second at the state meet in the 100-meter hurdles and third in the 300 hurdles.

MYBA holds MLB Pitch, Hit & Run competition

The Mansfield Youth Baseball Association recently held its local event for the MLB Pitch, Hit & Run competition. Participants compete in three separate events and then earn a combined total score. Winners in each age bracket advanced to the sectional competition.

In the boys 7/8-year-old bracket, Jaden Sosa was the overall winner. He also tied for first in the pitch competition with Zachary Applegate. Carter Hill won the hit portion of the competition and Elyjah Anderson won the run.

In the boys 9/10-year old bracket, Carson Galier was the overall winner. He also won the pitch contest. Kutter Williams finished first in the hit competition and Camron Johnese finished first in the run.

In the boys 11/12-year old bracket, Russell Sanders was the overall champion. He won the pitch and run portions of the contest. Landon Wentz finished first in the hit competition.

In the boys 13/14-year old bracket, Logan Taylor was the overall winner, finishing first in the hit and run portions. Christopher Aceves and Diego Rogriquez finished tied for first in the pitch competition.

In the girls 9/10-year old bracket, Sofia Rodriguez was the overall champion, also finishing first in all three individual competitions.

In the girls 11/12-year old bracket, Ariyana Gray was the overall champion, also finishing first in all three individual competitions.

- Shawn Smajstrla

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