Even when it was the offense in Saturday’s 26-21 win over then-national No. 1 ranked Concord (Calif.) De La Salle, it was the defense. Trinity’s come-from-behind victory against high school football’s top team was orchestrated, similar to much of the program’s success in the last 16 years, first on the defensive side of the ball.
As a senior member of the Bell football team, Fernando Lazo realizes his responsibility as a leader. But his greatest responsibility, he said, is setting an example for his little brother, eight-year-old Luis.
For the first time in what may seem like eternity, Grapevine has some momentum. The 31-14 victory over North Crowley last week could be considered Grapevine’s most complete performance in several years.
After winning the individual cross country state title last season, Heritage’s David Strome said the focus is not only garnering a new crown, but having his teammates surround him on the regional or state course.
The third oldest Masonic Lodge in Tarrant County is the Mansfield Masonic Lodge No. 331. Formed in 1870, the group petitioned for formation from the Grand Lodge of Texas and began meeting downtown at what is now Main and Broad streets. In 1900, the original frame structure was replaced by a masonry structure. That building at 101 N. Main St. was declared a historical landmark in the late 1980s.