Mansfield Legacy super sophomore, Savannah Catalon, joined an elite club in early February after scoring her 1,000th career point in only two years. The team's Twitter account shared about the accomplishment on February 4, 2021:
‼️‼️1,000 POINT CLUB ALERT‼️‼️. Congratulations to sophomore @savannahcatalon on her 1,000 point and not done yet! pic.twitter.com/4e7rUKb5PB
— Legacy Girls BBall (@BroncogirlsBB) February 4, 2021
After the Lady Broncos scored a huge 64-34 playoff victory over Granbury on Saturday, Legacy head coach Michelle Morris presented Catalon with a 1,000 point basketball.
🏀1,000 points CLUB🏀
Help us celebrate and congratulate or Super Sophomore @savannahcatalon on this amazing accomplishment‼️@MISDathletics @Gosset41 @SportsDayHS @ihss_dfw @dfwvarsity @TXHSGBB @LegacyBroncos @therideronline pic.twitter.com/CQidQwTZTR
— Legacy Girls BBall (@BroncogirlsBB) February 21, 2021
Catalon has helped lead the Lady Broncos to an undefeated district first-place finish this season. The Broncos have a 27-1 overall record- their only loss coming in non-district play against a tough Mansfield team.
Catalon is not done yet as she and the Lady Broncos set to face off against Grapevine (22-5) on Wednesday at Arlington ISD Center for Athletics in the UIL Class 5A Region 1 Quarterfinals.
HOUSTON - Last week, Ypsi Prep Academy out of Michigan made a trip down to Houston where they faced off with Legacy School of Sports Sciences in a game at University of Houston's Fertitta Center.
The venue was a fitting location due to the collegiate-level talent being showcased on the hardwood. One of the big names was the No. 1 recruit in the country for the Class of 2022 - Emoni Bates. The junior is already verbally committed to Tom Izzo's Michigan State Spartans.
Bates and Ypsi Prep battled with Legacy's Ashton Smith (Texas A&M), Sir Isaac Herron and Aaron Scott. In the end it was Ypsi Prep pulling away for the 64-50 victory. Check out the highlights.