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‘Hachie moves to 6A, picked 7th in district projection

Following in the debris left by a predecessor whose litany of 6-4 seasons did little to fulfill his self proclaimed promise, Todd Alexander could be just what the doctor ordered in Waxahachie. Having served on the coaching staff for over two decades, his heart bleeds deep green. With Jon Kitna about to commence his first season in Phoenix at private school, Brophy Prep, Alexander will likely appreciate the chance to work in relative anonymity. Waxahachie graduated 31 lettermen, but return 24, including six starters on offense and six more on defense. The Tribe is far from feeling down, as the cupboard is chocked full of talent. First things first – the Indians’ growing enrollment, which will only swell with the opening of the new campus, prompted the University Interscholastic League to move them from Class 5A up to Class 6A. Of the eight teams in District 7-6A, their 2,235 number of students is seventh, with just 20 more than Mansfield Summit. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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