Summer hockey important to upcoming season

| |Monday, Jun. 09, 2014

The team is losing a lot of varsity players and is looking to develop strength beginning with its youngest athletes.

Five Wolves basketball players getting ready for college

| |Monday, Jun. 09, 2014

Three of them will be playing for their collegiate teams, and coach Duane Gregory said that getting them into college is more important than what they do on the court.

Broncos cap best-ever run

| |Monday, Jun. 02, 2014

Legacy Baseball The team was frustrated by a pair of Hallsville ace pitchers who presented something senior Sam Mahofski said he and his teammates hadn’t encountered all season.

Lady Wolves hits brakes on stellar season

| |Monday, Jun. 02, 2014

Timberview Softball The team takes pride in advancing farther in the playoffs than the program had ever done before.

Junior plans to lead Legacy golf even farther after summer

| |Monday, Jun. 02, 2014

Russell Schuljak will work on his mental game and take part in several tournaments as he tries to help the Broncos do even better next season than this year’s state tournament appearance.

Trainer’s disability not an issue on Summit football fields

| |Monday, Jun. 02, 2014

Kelvin Nappier, who has cerebral palsy, says he enjoys looking after the athletes on the Jaguars football and basketball teams and looks forward to receiving his letter jacket.

SPORTS DIGEST

Monday, May. 26, 2014

The Mansfield Junior Varsity hockey team played well against Flower Mound Marcus on May 18 at the Dr Pepper Arena in Frisco, but was outscored 2-0 in the third period to lose to the Marauders by a score of 6-4 and move to 1-2 on the summer season.

Powerlifting state champion competes at state track meet in discus

| |Monday, May. 26, 2014

Kami Stockett managed eighth place in the discus throw despite having an injury.

Legacy swimmer will be ‘instant contributor’ in college, coach says

| |Monday, May. 26, 2014

Madison Yelle competed in three events at the state meet and moves on to swimming for Nova Southeastern University in Florida next school year.

Unique strength program powers Broncos pitchers

| |Monday, May. 26, 2014

Legacy Baseball As the team forges deeper into the playoffs, pitchers find themselves able to throw long innings because of a program they credit with increasing their stamina and helping them bounce back faster.