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Bragg’s headed to state

After first representing Ennis at the TTAB state tournament in 2010, Bragg’s Appliance is going back to Athens this week to try and win it all.

Boys’ team rallies for aid

The boys of the American Legion junior boys team are working hard to raise money for their trip to the state playoffs, and they need your help.

Sonic earns fourth place

Ennis Sonic had to fight for its 8U TTAS state tourney life on Wednesday night in Mabank, and the red team seemed to have all the answers in the early ballgame.

Noon Lions down Denison at state

Noon Lions softball came into Tuesday afternoon’s TTAS junior state tourney game in Mildred facing a must-win situation, and the Ennis squad was up to the challenge.

Sonic seizes state doubleheader

When TTAS 8U state tournament play got rolling on Monday in Mabank, the Ennis Sonic squad was ready to roll.

Matous Electric surges into city title series

Matous Electric (ME) came into Wednesday’s senior midget playoff game unbeaten this season, and that didn’t change in a 13-5 victory over GAF-Elk (GE).

18U Ennis Titans shut down Aggie baseball

On Wednesday evening in Waxahachie, the 18U American Legion Ennis Titans played a sound, all-around ballgame and it paid off.

GAF-Elk starts fast on way to 9-5 win

GAF-Elk Corporation may not have been able to keep the momentum throughout Tuesday evening’s ballgame, but an early surge proved to be enough.

Bragg’s Appliance rides pitching to stay perfect

There is much left to be determined this season, but right now Bragg’s Appliance is just finding a way to win every time out.

Family First rides fast start to 14-9 victory

The Ennis Police Officers Association (EPOA) team never gave up and made a nice push late in Thursday evening’s senior midget contest, but a couple of huge early innings by Family First Hospice (FFH) was too much to overcome.

7th-A Lady Lions finish strong vs. Red Oak

Red Oak volleyball may be hard to handle in high school action, but Ennis put forth an impressive showing at the seventh grade level on Thursday.

8th Lion football rounding into fine form

After a loss to a tough DeSoto East team to open the season, the eighth grade Maroon Lions put on quite a performance Tuesday night when they returned to DeSoto.

New football field creates excitement for youth

Ennis Veterans Memorial Park opened one week ago today, and hosted its first round of Ennis Youth Football Association games this past Saturday.

Lenz-Selvera wins TAAF state in two events

Tye Chandler, [email protected] It’s been a productive summer for incoming Ennis High senior Tori Lenz-Selvera, but she really accomplished something notable last week. While competing at the 2011 Texas Amateur Athletic Federation (TAAF) Games of Texas at Waco’s Hart-Patterson Track and Field Complex, Tori came up huge to win state in a pair of events […]

EDN’s top 10 EGSA performances for 2011

With the Ennis Girls Softball Association (EGSA) season coming to an end last week, I wanted to take this opportunity to recognize some of the best individual performances I saw this year. As always, I can only comment on the games I covered in person. These young ladies took advantage of their opportunities to shine.

U.S. Polyco earns elusive TTAB state victory

While the season did come to an end for U.S. Polyco early Wednesday morning at the TTAB junior state tourney in Athens, coach Doug Turner’s crew managed to step up on Tuesday afternoon in a big way.

ASA loses offensive shootout to Bullard, 21-11

Allen Samuels Autoplex played its final game of the season Tuesday night at the TTAB freshman state tournament in Ennis, but the local boys showed plenty of heart in defeat.

Times prove tough for TTAB junior state teams

After having a month off to prepare for TTAB junior state tourney action in Athens, American Legion and U.S. Polyco had a tough go of it on Monday night.

Lions contribute to AAU result

Six of the top players for Lady Lion basketball helped the Cedar Hill Lady Hurricanes deliver an outstanding tournament run last weekend.

Standouts recognized at Football Camp

Among WAC Football teams with players entering grades five through seven, Team Terminators came out on top in Thursday’s championship game.

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