SPORTS DIGEST

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Lake Ridge boys shine at district

The Lake Ridge boys cross country team had a strong showing at the district meet, winning a team championship and advancing to region.

Ryan Kallenbach finished second overall on the boys side and Hunter Wamack finished fifth individually for Lake Ridge.

The Lake Ridge boys team includes John Clark Emerson, Matthew Gilliand, Matthew Hoenig, Kallenbach, Holt Mica, Austine Ondijo, Jared Stubblefield, Jacob Vinson and Wamack.

The boys team will be joined at region by girls teammate Taylor Hayes, who as a freshman placed third overall at the district meet and will be competing individually.

Timberview girls set to sign next month

The Timberview girls basketball team will have four players sign Division I scholarships on Nov. 13 at the Timberview High School gymnasium.

Dayo Olabode will sign with Texas Tech, JaLea Bennett is signing with Arizona, Aurmani DeGar has chosen SMU and Terriell Bradley is signing with Kansas.

“It is rare to have four [players] of this quality at the same time,” coach Kit Martin said in a news release.

The signing will take place at 11 a.m.

Legacy wins shootout with Seguin

The Legacy football team outlasted Arlington Seguin on Friday night, winning 44-41 to improve to 7-1 on the season and 4-1 in district competition.

Kijana Amous rushed for 246 yards and three touchdowns in the game to lead the way for the Broncos, and Terrance Ivery rushed for 175 yards and two touchdowns.

The two teams traded score after score in each of the first three quarters of the game, and Legacy finally went ahead in the third and fourth quarters when the Broncos converted a couple of two point runs.

Legacy will take on Summit at 7:30 p.m. on Friday at Newsom Stadium.

- John English

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