Swim Team Members Advance to Regionals

Swim Team Members Advance to Regionals

Hannah Pikey, Staff Writer
January 29, 2015 • 132 views
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports Stories

The Legacy swim team nears the end of their season while competing in the District 8-5A Championship meet on January 23. Swim Coach Tony Tullbane looks forward to the rest of the season with pride in the team. “It was a good meet,” Coach Tullbane said. “We are going to rock [regionals].” Boys... Read more »

Golf Simulator Up To Par

Golf Simulator Up To Par

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
January 26, 2015 • 91 views
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The golf team has finished the bulk of their modifications to their on campus Golf Room, including the edition of two hitting bays, a chipping net, and a 75 sensor launch monitor that provides accurate feedback on the golfers’ spin rate and angle of attack. The new addition to the golf team’s arsenal... Read more »

Concussions Mean More than a Time Out

Concussions Mean More than a Time Out

Garrett Brantley, Staff Writer
January 23, 2015 • 357 views
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The last thing senior Tucker Woolsey remembered was escaping the sack in a quarterback scramble before his head smacked against the ground. A defensive lineman wrapped him up and dragged him to the ground. When he came to, he was dizzy, dazed and confused. Sports-related concussions occur more often... Read more »

Boys’ Soccer Works to Score Goals, Achieve Them

Boys’ Soccer Works to Score Goals, Achieve Them

Ben Townsend, News Editor
January 15, 2015 • 199 views
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The 2015 soccer season is a campaign full of optimism, according to Head Coach James Smelley. The team hasn’t made the playoffs since the 2012 season but Coach Smelley feels incredibly confident that the Broncos can reverse their luck with the talent and depth the team has this year. “I’m extremely... Read more »

Soccer Hosts First Kowbell Tournament

Soccer Hosts First Kowbell Tournament

Ben Townsend, News Editor
January 7, 2015 • 304 views
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Legacy JV Boy’s Soccer plans on hosting their first ever tournament, dubbed the “Kowbell Tournament.” The first game kicks off on Thursday, January 8. The name comes from the now demolished Kow Bell Indoor Rodeo, an arena that once invited riders from all across Texas to show off their skills.... Read more »

Channa Parvin

Channa Parvin

Ashley Richardson, Sports Editor
January 6, 2015 • 303 views
Filed under Personalities, Recent Stories, Sports Stories

From basketball practice to the doctor’s office, junior Channa Parvin, a varsity basketball player, has a busy schedule for an athlete. Parvin does not fall into the group of ordinary athletes, however, she is one on the team everyone should look up to. Her adversities help define her character as... Read more »

Girls’ Varsity Basketball Wins First District Game

Girls’ Varsity Basketball Wins First District Game

Anna Jordan, Staff Writer
December 17, 2014 • 331 views
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The buzzer sounds as the girls’ basketball team goes into overtime. The Legacy stands are filled with family and friends anxiously hoping for a win. Four minutes are set on the clock the referee throws the ball up, Legacy gains possession. Junior Bethany Ross gets the ball and goes for the layup, she... Read more »

Volleyball Set to Play Waxahachie in the Regional Quarterfinals

Volleyball Set to Play Waxahachie in the Regional Quarterfinals

Ashley Richardson, Sports Editor
November 11, 2014 • 405 views
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The Legacy varsity volleyball team is set to play the Waxahachie Indians in the Regional Quarterfinal playoff game on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Duncanville High School. "We want fans because they get us pumped and motivate us to do well," senior Jamsine Jones said. "Their energy gives us energy."

Legacy Tennis Dominates Lakeridge

Legacy Tennis Dominates Lakeridge

Kyle Manning, Staff Writer
October 30, 2014 • 409 views
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Jockeying for position, senior Luca Chudoba undergoes the taxing, tricky task of predicting where the small green ball will be returned. Spying the projectile’s movement, Chudoba leaps to the right to make crushing contact with the ball. Varsity tennis competed Tuesday, October 14 against Lake Ridge.... Read more »

Golf Team to Compete at “Halloween In the Hill Country”

Golf Team to Compete at “Halloween In the Hill Country”

Kyle Manning , Staff Writer
October 30, 2014 • 431 views
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Stepping up to the tiny white ball, Senior Austin Rhodes lines up it’s future path. With one fluid, practiced motion, he swings to make a distinctive click of ball-first contact. The projectile sails over the course and drops onto the green.  Legacy golf gears... Read more »