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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 two schools. ‘Hachie was 2-0 and averaging 48 points per game. Kitna pulled out all of the stops, starting the game with the first of several onside kicks, even going for it on fourth down from their own 20 yard line in the second quarter. The surprise element earned the Indians a quick 17-7 lead, which was 31-7 by intermission. Read the full story and more in your Weekday edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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