At a time when local volleyball teams have completed their second tournament and looking to fine-tune before the district schedule, Mansfield Summit and Mansfield will be opting for the non-tournament route.
David Anenih may not be barking out orders at his teammates on the Mansfield Timberview football team, but the sheer amount of work he puts in challenges his fellow Wolves to elevate their own standards.
John Hamilton took this photo of his son and a few friends at Katherine Rose Park during the Mansfield High School freshman back-to-school picnic. Shown are (from left) Evan Hamilton, Harrison King, Hunter Simmons and Max Garrett. He wins our weekly My Mansfield Photo Contest and a gift certificate, courtesy of Mellow Mushroom, 101 S. Main St.
The Mansfield football team has won four of the past five yearly contests against Mansfield Summit, but last season it was Summit that came out on top, and they’ll try to make it two in a row on Friday.
Jubilate Children’s Choir is beginning its fifth year of singing, fun and new friends. JCC is open to all students in the third through sixth grades in Mansfield and surrounding communities and school districts. The choir will begin meeting from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 13 at First United Methodist Church of Mansfield, Bldg. A, Room 130. There are no auditions or fees.
Mo Zaben, who closed his Arlington restaurant this year and planned to reopen in Mansfield, has been unable launch his new location due to illness. He has started a GoFundMe page seeking financial aid for a procedure that will ease his respiratory ailments.
Three Legacy High School graduates performed in the Drum Corps International (DCI) Championships at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Aug. 13. The DCI Championships are the culmination of the 2016 DCI season which started in June.
Common Ground Network’s Feed The Kid For Summer program has just completed the 10th summer of serving the MISD students who are on U.S. Government Free and Reduced Meal Plan during the school year and have no access to nutritious food during the summer. This program provides the kids with nutritious food during the summer months that they can prepare themselves while their parents are away at work.
One of the hardest things to do is replace a top-notch quarterback, but that is the exact situation Jason Bean has found himself in this coming season for the Mansfield Lake Ridge football team — and Bean welcomes the challenge.
Trent McDonald’s family may be in a bit of quandary this football season. If they want to go to the concession stand without missing him play, they’re going to have a hard time finding good opportunities. The Mansfield Legacy senior will start on both offense and defense. Special teams? Yep, he does that, too.