Hannah Farris led off Ennis’ best inning Saturday night with a single and scored on a passed ball, but the Lady Lions weren’t quite able to get over the hump in a 5-3 area playoff loss to Hallsville in the deciding game of the series at North Forney High School. While the Lady Lions had […]
With the season on the line Friday night in front of a huge Hallsville Ladycat home crowd, Lady Lion softball dug deep and came up with a sensational postseason victory.
Catcher Riley Fira made a couple of excellent foul grabs on Thursday, including this effort behind home plate. Hallsville rode strong pitching to earn a 5-0 victory in the best-of-three series, but the Lady Lions will have their chance to even things up in Hallsville tonight at 7 p.m.
Although the final margin wasn’t quite as impressive as Friday’s playoff opener, Lady Lion softball was more dominant in Saturday’s clinching victory over the Bryan Rudder Rangers.
Megan Hickman’s two-RBI triple in the third inning proved to be the game winner for Ennis in Friday’s 9-0 playoff victory over Bryan Rudder. The Lady Lions got their first playoff victory since 2006 and became the first Ennis High team to win a playoff game in 2010-11.
With nothing but pride to play for, Lion baseball headed to Terrell on Friday and put a quality display of baseball on the field.
After representing Ennis at the Region 2 Track and Field Meet in Denton last year, the boys’ 4×400-meter relay team is back in business.
Ennis native Madalyn Zapletal came into high school focused on softball, but she changed directions and now loves the scenery of her new destination.
Ravi Dubose had an excellent track season as a junior, but he took up a different event as a senior and capitalized on his new opportunity.
Before it began what coach Rodney McNeill hopes is a lengthy playoff run, Lady Lion softball had to wrap up its regular season on Friday evening.
Lion baseball and the visiting Waxahachie Indians each tallied two earned runs on Thursday night, but Ennis gave the green team a number of free runs both early and late in a contest it lost 7-2.
As Lion tennis coach Keith Howard always says, the regional tournament is essentially the state tournament in Region 2.
Just as athletic performance evolves in the world of high school sports, so do the rules regarding player safety.
If success was measured by one’s will to win, Lion tennis junior Brooks Graham would never lose.
The Mesquite Poteet Pirates advanced to the state softball tournament just two years ago, but they couldn’t handle the Lady Lions in 2011.
Just about everybody on the Lion tennis team that’s headed to the Region 2 Tournament is looking forward to gaining valuable experience so they can advance further in future seasons.
While the Lion golf team wasn’t quite able to advance out of district this week, senior Tanner Nichols got the job done as an individual medalist.
On what is a very young varsity squad, junior Casey Crow is a relative veteran for Lion tennis this spring.
Christian Durbin feels like he’s made quite a bit of progress in the last year.
On Friday in Corsicana, Lion tennis put the finishing touches on the best performance it’s ever had at the spring district tournament.