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Tyler Legacy scored eight runs in the first inning and seven in the second inning on the way to a 15-0 District 10-6A softball win over Mesquite on Tuesday night at the Legacy Softball Field in Tyler. Freshman Sara Eckert tossed a no-hitter, pitching three innings with seven strikeouts and one walk. Legacy had six hits, and Mesquite committed eight errors. Presley Johnston had a triple. Mallory Kniffen, Jaydee Diller and Adaleigh Arivett all had doubles. Diller and Arivett each drove in three runs, and Kniffen had two RBIs. Reese Neely had a single and two RBIs, and Maddie Flanery added a single. Legacy (17-5-1, 5-1) will host Dallas Skyline at 7 p.m. on April 5....

3/30/2022

Tyler Legacy High School News

CORSICANA — Tyler Legacy’s soccer season came to an end with a 3-2 loss to Mansfield Lake Ridge on Tuesday night at Tiger Stadium. The Red Raiders won the toss and got the wind at their back in the first half. Knox Hicks scored six minutes into the contest off of a cross by Nate Eidam. Six minutes later, Jorge Sanchez scored on an assist from Noe Robles to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead. Legacy tried to add to its lead about five minutes later when Austin Beckham’s shot hit the crossbar. Lake Ridge quickly responded to cut the score to 2-1, which remained at halftime. Two minutes into the second half, Lake Ridge scored on a free quick. Lake Ridge scored the go-ahead goal with 21 minutes remaining. Legacy head coach Marty Germany said goalkeeper Fabian Varona was forced to leave the game with 18 minutes left after taking a kick to the ribs. The Red Raiders earned several corner kicks down the stretch, but were unable to tie the match. Seniors playing their final game for the Red Raiders were Cristian Campos, Denver Rose, Luis Bustos, Abraham Varona, Esteban Rodriguez and Hansen Anderson....

3/30/2022

Tyler Legacy High School News

On a gusty night in Tyler, the Red Raiders took the wind out from underneath the Yellowjackets’ wings. In a key District 10-6A baseball game, Tyler Legacy used stellar pitching and timely hitting to capture a 3-0 victory over Rockwall on Tuesday at Christus Trinity Mother Frances Mike Carter Field. Lucas Grundy was in control on the mound as the Red Raiders (8-8-1) won their fifth consecutive game and stayed unbeaten in league play at 3-0. The ‘Jackets fell to 8-8-1 and 2-3. Rockwall started 0-2 in district after falling twice to rival Rockwall-Heath, but bounced back to sweep Mesquite last week. Grundy threw all seven innings, limiting Rockwall to six hits while striking out two and not issuing a walk. He did hit a batter. TL’s run in the third inning was the first run Rockwall had given up in 16 innings. Walker Freeman walked to begin the inning and moved to second on Tyler Priest’s sacrifice bunt. Freeman moved to third on a wild pitch and came home on Preston Newberry’s fielder’s choice grounder to shortstop. Legacy went up 2-0 in the fifth as Newberry, who had walked and eventually made it to third after Luke Davis’ single and a walk by Cooper Moore, came home on Dakota McCaskill’s RBI single. Newberry scored in the sixth as Davis had an RBI triple to the wall. Newberry had walked after two outs. Cooper Hill and Landon Brown also had hits for the Red Raiders. TL had two double plays, one in the second (second baseman Priest tagged runner and threw to first baseman Davis) and to end the game as Priest fielded the grounder, tossed to shortstop Hill who fired to Davis at first. In the sixth, Rockwall was looking to tie the game as Tate Sloan’s grounder was fielded by third baseman Cooper Moore who fired to Davis at first on a close play. As two Yellowjackets crossed the plate, the first base umpire called the runner out at first base much to the dismay of one of the Rockwall coaches, who was eventually tossed. Brayden Randle had a triple for Rockwall with Pearson Riebock adding a double. Singles were by Tyler Rollins (2), Andrew Tellia and Hunter Holt. Mac Rose took the loss on the mound, going four innings plus four batters. The two teams tangle again on Friday, but this time in Rockwall. The contest is slated to begin at 7 p.m. The Red Raiders also have a game on Saturday, traveling to North Forney....

3/30/2022

Tyler Legacy High School News

Tyler Legacy junior Nick Vasso earned second-team honors for District 10-6A boys basketball. Voting was conducted by the 10-6A coaches. Freshman Jayden Jones, junior Cayden Callier and sophomore Jadin Hambrick received honorable mention. Jones, Callier, Vasso, Xavier Smith and Nate Crockett were all Academic All-District selections. Mesquite Horn senior Bryson Smith was named the Most Valuable Player. Horn also had the Offensive MVP (senior Yai Kolnyang) and Coach of the Year (Ondra Waddy). North Mesquite senior Tamorrian Grigsby was chosen as the Defensive MVP. Rockwall-Heath junior Mekhi Johnson was selected as the Newcomer of the Year. ——— All-District 10-6A Boys Basketball Most Valuable Player — Bryson Smith, Mesquite Horn Offensive Player of the Year — Yai Kolnyang, Mesquite Horn Defensive Player of the Year — Tamorrian Grigsby, North Mesquite Newcomer of the Year — Mekhi Johnson, Rockwall-Heath Coach of the Year — Ondra Waddy, Mesquite Horn First Team Rockwall — Caden Marshall, Kaden Shelburne, Brennan Ray Rockwall-Heath — Tylar Hankamer, Kyler Courtney Mesquite Horn — Sean Moning, Jordan Williams Dallas Skyline — Chris Ramirez, Tre Jenkins North Mesquite — Cordale Russell Second Team Tyler Legacy — Nick Vasso Rockwall — Jace Eagler, David Chang Rockwall-Heath — Cooper Smith, DJ Thomas Mesquite — DJ Willis, Jay White North Mesquite — Corey Love, Dalan Hicks Dallas Skyline — Sydnei Pruitt Honorable Mention Tyler Legacy — Jayden Jones, Cayden Callier, Jadin Hambrick Academic All-District Tyler Legacy — Xavier Smith, Jayden Jones, Cayden Callier, Nate Crockett, Nick Vasso...

3/17/2022

Tyler Legacy High School News

On Tuesday, the Tyler Legacy Lady Raiders were tagged as the No. 1-ranked softball team in the state in Class 6A by the Texas Girls Coaches Association. The Lady Raiders followed that by moving to 9-0 on the season with a 6-1 win over Highland Park on the road on Tuesday night. Kylee Tapia pitched 6.1 innings in the circle and allowed one unearned run on one hit with eight strikeouts and seven walks. Jaydee Diller recorded the final two outs with two strikeouts and a walk allowed. Tapia went 3-for-4 at the plate with a double and an RBI. Presley Johnston was 2-for-4 with two RBI. Reese Neely, Maddie Carrillo and Brooke Davis all added a hit, and Davis drove in a run. Legacy will return to action against Malakoff at 9:35 a.m. Thursday in the Rose City Classic Softball Tournament....

3/2/2022

Tyler Legacy High School News

Noe Robles scored on a free kick with 18 seconds remaining to lift the Tyler Legacy Red Raiders to a 1-0 win over Rockwall-Heath on Tuesday. Jorge Sanchez was taken down just outside of the box to earn the free kick. Legacy will host Rockwall at 7:15 p.m. Friday. The Red Raiders will honor seniors Hansen Anderson, Luis Bustos, Cristian Campos, Denver Rowe, Esteban Rodriguez and Abraham Varona....

3/2/2022

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