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Mansfield Legacy Sports Wrap Up 2020-21

Football

Varsity ended the season 2-7, 1-6 in district, with wins against Birdville and Byron Nelson. This hecting season with COVID-19 resulted with players getting quarantined and everyone on the sidelines needing a mask to socially distance. The broncos’ game against Crowley got cancelled due to Crowley’s team getting quarantined. However, they finished the season as strong as they could.

The Broncos had two Division I signees. David Abiara signed with the University of Texas and Ore Adeyi signed with Northwestern University. Two players signed NAIA: Terry Clark, Souhwestern Assemblies of God University/DT and Carlos Mcintyre, Sterling College/DB.

Second team all-district players were Ky’irin Heath/Tight End , Beau Kilgore/Quarterback Frank Alvarez/Punter, Bryan Gomez/Kicker, Connor Crayton/Linebacker, Terry Clark/Defensive Tackle, Malcolm Jones/Offensive Tackle, Ore Adeyi/Cornerback. First team all district players were: David Abiara/DE, Isaiah Williams/WR, Max Harris/S.

Volleyball

Coach Amanda Shingleton’s Bronco volleyball team played a 16-4 season, playing 12-2 in district. This gave them a second place district finish leading to a two-round run in the state playoffs.

The team had 12 varsity girls achieve academic All-District honors. Sophomore Brynn Dowd and Senior Skai Garson-Jones were awarded with 2nd Team All-District. Seniors Katelynn Veale, Alex Gentry, and Aubrey Trimble along with junior Angie Brothers made First Team All-District. The district Defensive Player of the Year was awarded to junior Arianna Mongare.

Boys' Basketball

The mens’ basketball team went 20-5 overall and finished third in district with a 10-3 record. They ended their season in the third round of playoffs against district rival Mansfield Summit. The team had two members of first team all-district (John Muhammad, Isaiah Manning), one second team all-district (Eli Riley), one honorable mention (Kesean Overby) and newcomer of the year in junior Quion WIlliams.

Senior John Muhammad signed with Cameron University to continue his basketball career at the collegiate level.

Girls' Basketball

The girls’ Broncos basketball team had a record-setting season with a 14-0 record in district. Overall the team went 28-2 with their season ending in the fourth round of playoffs.

The team had many postseason superlatives in district MVP Savannah Catalon, defensive player of the year Coniah Cooley, newcomer of the year Maddie Griggs, first team all-district Sirviva Legions and second team all-district Eryn Scott. Sophomore Savannah Catalon was also named to the TABC All-State team.

Swim

The girls swim team finished the season as district champions, and the boy’s team finished second in district. Swimmers Wyatt Tullbane, Noah Kutch, and the girls 400 Freestyle team (Ashley Otero, Ashlyn Mills, Kathleen Rose, Alicia Bernal) medaled at the region meet. Otero placed second at region as well.

As a team, the girls placed third at regionals and the boys placed fifth. Diver Justin “Wil” Wawrzynski placed seventh at State.

Cross Country

Legacy’s girls cross country team finished the season with a second place district finish. The team went on to place seventh at regionals. Sophomore Ava Cristafulli advanced all the way to the 5A state competition where she placed 48th. Senior Katelyn Matthews committed to run at Texas A&M Commerce. The boys team placed first in district and 6th in region. This was both teams' second consecutive year to advance to regionals.

Boys' Soccer

The Legacy boys’ soccer team placed second in district with a 11-2-2 record and 17-6-4 overall. The team lost in the first round of playoffs against Arlington Heights after a tie in regular time, and defeat in penalty kicks.

For the second year in a row, Legacy claimed the district MVP title in Seldin Korkutovic, as well as defensive newcomer of the year in Angel Pacheco. First team all-district members included Jacob Stillings, Aldo Vera, Jacob DeFord and Mateo Murillo. The team had 4 members of the second team as well (Ben Wright, Andrew Donohoe, Christian Kuper and Casey Krueger).

With votes taken throughout the state, seniors Seldin Korkutovic (2nd team all-state), Aldo Vera (2nd team all-region) and Jacob Stillings (2nd team all-state) were honored.

Girls' Soccer

After a third place finish in district, the Legacy girls’ soccer team lost in the bi-district round of playoffs against Grapevine. The team went 13-5-4 overall and 9-3-1 in district.

All-District awards included 6 first team members (Viviana Garcia, Katelyn Veale, Carina Chavarria, Kylie Patten, Camryn Gonzales and Anais Coyne), second team members Emilia Lawson and Le’Kayla Sanderson, honorable mentions Cali Triggs and Monica Sanchez. District superlatives included Carina Chavarria as goalkeeper of the year and Viviana Garcia as utility player of the year.

Golf

The boys finished 7th in the region out of 64 teams. Three players finished second team all district and two players were honorable mentions. The girls were district champions. Freshman,Alyssa Stewart,was the district champion. The district runner up was Carly Balding. *The lady regional qualifiers were Carley Bolding, Alyssa Stewart, Ella Campbell, Katy Betchel and Lauren Mascaranes.

Tennis

Our tennis team tied for first overall in district. Brayden Martin and Tatum Sikes won the district championship in boys/’girls’ singles while Noah Batson and Will Mabe placed second in district for boys’ doubles and Abby Chambless and Abby Carpenter placed second for girls’ doubles. Those mentioned above moved on to regionals in Lubbock, but all were eliminated first round.

All-district honors for the girls included Abby Carpenter (first team doubles, first team singles), Liberty Ramos (first team doubles, first team singles), Tatum Sikes (singles MVP, first team singles, first team doubles), Abby Chambless (first team doubles, second team singles), Olivia Bailey (second team doubles, first team singles), Abby Hall (second team singles, second team doubles), Raylee Mallett (second team doubles).

For the boys, Noah Batson (singles MVP, first team singles, first team doubles), Mason Martin (freshman of the year, first team singles, first team doubles), Will Mabe (second team doubles, honorable mention singles), Jantzen Redwine (first team doubles, second team singles), Eric Longnecker (first team doubles, honorable mention singles), and Owen Hurst (honorable mention singles, honorable mention doubles).

Senior Brayden Martin has signed to play tennis for Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee.

Track

Coach Bates had his runners training since August to prepare for the season.The team would be on the track some days as early as 7 in the morning. They couldn’t wait to get back on the track to compete, as their season was cancelled due to COVID-19 last year. The boys’ varsity track team placed first at the district meet ,and the girls finished second at district. Regional qualifiers in the 100 were Harold Overton and the 4x1 were Harold Overton,Omari Mitchell,Jalen Jackson, Elijah Colbert. For the 200 meter run was Omar Mitchell who missed stat qualification by a hundredth of a second.

Softball

Coach Prater’s team finished third in district with a 10-3 record and 18-6 overall. They lost in the second round to Colleyville Heritage. The softball team had three signees; Isabella Valenzuela committed to Texas Wesleyan, Kelby Robbins committed to Stephen F. Austin and Kate Potestio committed to McPherson College.