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Who is going to ‘Hachie?

Folks in Ennis take as much interest in who heads up the rivals in Waxahachie as fans of A&M do about the goings-on in Austin. I was in attendance three years ago when Jeremy Glenn, the WISD superintendent, beamed while introducing his new hire, Jon Kitna in person. He smiled like a happy crocodile and I didn’t blame him. Kitna at the helm would be great for the Ennis-Hachie rivalry, I wrote. But it didn’t go well or end well. Well, if beating the Lions was the reason he was snookered into the Gingerbread City, the bar wasn’t set very high. True, Ennis had just won the state crown, but it doesn’t seem to matter who coaches rivalry games, energetic players tend to make the difference. He had a measure of success in three years, but not in the games that mattered. Unfortunately, he burned plenty of relational bridges and it was always someone else’s fault. Like our current POTUS, tweets didn’t represent him very well, especially those from his family and staff.

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Posted by on Feb 26 2018. Filed under Sports, Waxahachie sports. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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