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Weather gets best of Mansfield hockey

Due to weather issues last Thursday, the Mansfield hockey team canceled its scheduled game with Allen. The AT&T Metroplex High School Hockey League stats state the game was a forfeit by Mansfield, leaving the team in the standings at 1-14, with an overtime loss.

The team is back on the ice Thursday to take on Denton County, which has a 5-11 record.

Mansfield boys pick up district soccer win; Timberview at 3-1

Mansfield beat up on Midlothian to take a 5-1 district soccer win in a game played on Saturday at R.L. Anderson Stadium. The win puts the Tigers at 2-1 in district and they’ll take on Duncanville Tuesday with a Friday contest at Grand Prairie

Timberview, a 1-0 winner over Mansfield and a 4-1 win over DeSoto last week, stands at 3-1 in the district and will host South Grand Prairie Tuesday before traveling to Cedar Hill on Friday.

Mansfield girls off to strong start

The Mansfield girls soccer team is already at 3-0 in district play after getting past Midlothian, 1-0 last week. Overall, they stand at 11-0-1. They are at Duncanville and Grand Prairie this Tuesday and Friday, respectively.

The Timberview girls were one of the Lady Tigers’ victims, but the Lady Wolves posted their own 1-0 win over Midlothian to even their district mark at 1-1.

Lake Ridge girls get past Legacy, Summit

The Lake Ridge girls beat Legacy last week in District 16-4A soccer. Ashton Peeks and Ashley Sarmiento scored for Lake Ridge. Lake Ridge also posted a 3-1 win over Summit. The wins boosted the Lady Eagles to 2-0 in district.

The Lake Ridge boys are at 3-0 in district play, thus far, while Summit stands at 2-1.

Softball for Valentines

It’s not too early to start thinking about softball season. The MISD Varsity Softball tournament is scheduled for Thursday-Saturday at each of the five Mansfield ISD schools’ softball fields.

Some of the area and state’s finest teams will be a part of the tourney, including Keller, Odessa, Flower Mound, Rouse and Palo Duro.

Lacrosse players still sought

The Mansfield Parks and Recreation Department is still gauging the interest of Mansfield residents to begin lacrosse classes or leagues.

If you have an interest in learning the game of lacrosse – both boys and girls – contact Andrew Binz, Recreation Superintendent, at

- Randy Sachs

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