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View on page 3 years of settling not good enough for ‘Hachie

Interesting word, ligature. It has a few definitions, and one of them is appropriate when discussing a pair of the most noteworthy employees within the Waxahachie Independent School District. High school football coach, Jon Kitna, a lightning rod since being hired nearly three years ago, and WISD superintendent, Dr. Jeremy Glenn, who began in 2013, […]

It’s game No.100, with both teams having 49 victories apiece

Two years ago a crowd in excess of 14,000 jammed Lumpkins Stadium for the Ennis versus Waxahachie rivalry football game. It was the first for much ballyhooed hire, Jon Kitna, as the head coach of the Indians. Ennis entered the contest as the defending state champion and winners of the previous two meetings between the […]

Indians, Lions mothers invited to pre-game prayer

Mothers of both Ennis and Waxahachie football players are uniting together at midfield for prayer and fellowship on Wednesday, Sept. 13, just prior to the annual Battle of 287 clash between the Lions and Indians. The time of truce will serve the purpose of friend making and praying, though moms are encouraged to wear maroon […]

Waxahachie loses rematch at Highland Park

The Waxahachie vs. Highland Park game was one of the best matchups of the DFW high school football schedule in 2016, which led fans of both sides to believe if this year’s game was anything like last year’s, they were in for a real back-and-forth affair. In that game a year ago, the Indians came […]

Dominant first half moves ‘Hachie to 1-0

Coming into the season opener at Lumpkin Stadium, Waxahachie fans had a looming question on their minds: would coach Jon Kitna’s crew be able to replace its two prolific playmakers in Jalen Reagor and Kenedy Snell, who both took the field for TCU Saturday evening. That question was answered quickly when the Indians’ new playmakers, […]

Tribe VB powerhouse rolls on

Perennial volleyball powerhouse Waxahachie is at it again. The reigning District 10-5A champions, with three returning starters from last year’s 42-9 Indians team, are preparing for the season by facing stiff competition from Class 6A and 5A. Prior to meeting South Grand Prairie on Tuesday and playing in a handful of tournament matches over the […]

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