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Following three years of circus-like drama, the atmosphere when Ennis entertains Waxahachie on Friday at Lion Memorial Stadium, should return to a simple football game played by traditional rivals. Gone is Jon Kitna (his Brophy Prep team is already 1-1 in Phoenix), the Indians lightning rod of a head coach. While he led his Bloody Feathers to three bold wins over their adversary in maroon, the talented Tribe never finished higher than fourth place amid a bloody mess of dispatched coaches, lawyers and publicity stunts. Waxahachie deserved much better. On the field, however, the young men who suited up for their neighboring communities gave great efforts on the gridiron, though Gang Green was clearly better in what was their Super Bowl game. The series continues a-fresh, though both the Oval E’s and the NDN’s experienced changes at the top. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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