05/05/2014 9:18 AM
05/05/2014 9:18 AM
Sports camps set at MISD schools
Summer sports camps at some of the Mansfield ISD high schools have been set.
Legacy’s summer sports camps will be conducted for football, volleyball and softball from June 10-13; girls basketball, tennis and baseball from June 16-19 and boys basketball and soccer from June 23-26.
Mansfield will conduct boys basketball and girls softball from June 10-13; football and girls basketball camp from June 16-19; girls volleyball and baseball camp from June 23-26.
Lake Ridge will have girls basketball, softball and baseball from June 9-12; boys basketball and girls and boys soccer from June 16-19 and football and volleyball from June 2 and football and volleyball from June 23-26.
The softball camp is an MISD-wide program for girls entering grades 4-9.
For more information, see the respective school’s website or contact the school’s athletic department.
Edwards signs with Blinn
Legacy boys basketball player Trey Edwards signed a letter of intent last week to play basketball at Blinn College in Brenham, Texas.
Perez, Durland nearly .500 hitters
Legacy’s Marcus Perez is hitting .490 as the Broncos advance in the baseball playoffs. He leads the Broncos in hitting percentage and has 20 stolen bases. Teammate Sam Mahofski is hitting .455 for Legacy.
Summit’s Max Durland leads the Jaguars with a .472 batting average. He also has hit 10 doubles and has 27 RBI.
Timmons near top of HR leaders
Ashley Timmons of Timberview has hit 11 home runs so far this season, putting her third for area hitters in Class 5A. Ahead of Timmons is Mesquite Horn’s Morgan McCallum with 16 and Arlington Martin’s Morgan Watson, with 12.
Denson tops in strikeouts
Mariah Denson, Timberview’s ace pitcher, leads all area Class 5A pitchers in strikeouts. Denson now has 197 for the season. The Lady Wolves will be playing in the regional quarterfinals this week as they take on defending state champion Lewisville. The next closest pitcher in strikeouts is Lewisville’s Maribeth Gorsuch, with 179.
- Randy Sachs
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