Local basketball players named to all-state and all-regional teams
Timberview and Summit had basketball players named recently to the all-state teams announced from the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches (TABC).
Timberview’s Chris Mullins, a sophomore guard, was named to the boys team.
Timberview Lady Wolves Chennedy Carter, a junior guard, and Trelynn Tyler, also a junior guard, along with Summit’s Celsi Caraway, a junior guard, were all named to the all-state teams.
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The TABC also released their All-Region II teams.
Joining Mullins was teammate Tim Johnson, a junior guard.
On the girls side, along with Carter, Tyler and Caraway, was Legacy’s Grace Daniels, a junior forward. They are joined by Timberview senior forward Allyson Hinds and Summit senior forward Keonna Watson.
Lake Ridge headed into break on wins
The Lake Ridge baseball team took two games before the spring break, taking lopsided wins, while the Lady Eagles softball team took the break hot off a win as well.
The Eagles baseball team picked up 18-1 win over Lancaster and then a 16-1 win over Seguin.
The softball team waxed Waxahachie 15-5 in just six innings.
Mansfield relays take first; Summit runner sets personal best
The Mansfield boys 4x100m and 4x200m relay teams took first place in the recent Lancaster Meet of Champions track and field event. Alessia Williams was third for Mansfield in the girls 1600m run and Jillian Johnson was second in the high jump.
Legacy and Timberview competed at the Arlington Bowie Volunteer Relays. Trent McDonald won the boys 100m dash for Legacy, while teammate Jermaine Brealy was third. McDonald also took second in the 200m. Maliki Clay took first in the pole vault for the Broncos.
Legacy’s Ja’leesa Giles took first in the 100m and 200m dash.
The Timberview girls 4x400m relay team was second.
Summit’s Asa Rice ran a personal best 9:47 in the 3200m race at the Jesuit-Sheaner Relays last weekend. Rice finished 8th overall in the competition.
- Randy Sachs