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The football season came to a close for the Waxahachie Indians on Thursday night against South Grand Prairie.

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The Waxahachie JV Indians took home a second place finish at the Burleson Centennial Tournament at Hidden Creek Golf Club on Nov. 6. The team shot a 397 overall and Jude Brown (far right) was the low man for the Indians with an 84.

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Here are photo galleries from the Waxahachie Indians vs. South Grand Prairie Warriors varsity football game, which was a road game and the final game of the regular season, on Friday, Nov. 8, at the Warrior-Gopher Bowl.

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To the Lady Indians, thank you for another amazing season and playoff run - it's ended earlier than we would have liked but here's to this season's accomplishments, not the least of which is a bi-district championship in 6A competition.

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The Waxahachie High School Interact Club made 23 homecoming mums and garters for the school’s Life Skills class as part of the annual Mums for Emily project. The annual service project is just one of many taken on by the club each year. Interact is a youth program facilitated by the Rotary C…

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The Waxahachie JV Indians took home a second place finish at the Burleson Centennial Tournament at Hidden Creek Golf Club on Nov. 6. The team shot a 397 overall and Jude Brown (far right) was the low man for the Indians with an 84.

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The Waxahachie High School Lady Indians softball team served as volunteers with the Miracle League of Ellis County at one of its fall season games.

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Though the final score of 24-7 might indicate otherwise, Midlothian Heritage pulled away from Life Waxahachie in the final minutes of what was an otherwise strong defensive showing for both teams Friday night at Mustang Stadium.

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Here are photo galleries from the Waxahachie Indians vs. Mansfield Summit Jaguars varsity football game, which was Senior Night for the Indians, on Friday, Nov. 1, at Lumpkins Stadium.

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Waxahachie High School celebrated Senior Night 2019 during its final varsity football home game of the season Friday, Nov. 1, at Lumpkins Stadium.

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The Waxahachie Family YMCA recently recognized 9-year-old Braylen on its Facebook page, noting how he “loves being a team player and has been part of the YMCA family since birth.”

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Congratulations to the Waxahachie High School junior varsity girls team for winning the “Battle at the Brick” JV Golf Tournament on Wednesday at the Brickyard in Ferris. The team shot 396.

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Congratulations to the Lady Indians golf team members as they moved from third place after day one to finish in second place Saturday at the Centennial Tournament hosted by Squaw Valley Golf Club in Glen Rose.

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A valiant second-half comeback effort fell 42 seconds and one Hail Mary pass short for the Waxahachie Indians against Grand Prairie at the Gopher-Warrior Bowl on Friday.

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This time of the year, there is nothing like taking a drive on a cool autumn day and reflecting on the past year as it draws to a close. However, one Waxahachie resident is a little more focused on her driving – and how she can improve it for the next IMCA Stock Car racing season.

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The Waxahachie High School Athletic Hall of Fame held its inductions Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Coleman Junior High Fine Arts Center. The hall of fame is part of the Waxahachie Ex-Students' Association, which serves as a resource for uniting past students as well as a nonprofit to fund a numb…

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Congratulations to Waxahachie High School JV girls who took third place at Burleson with a team score of 428. Leading the way were Ava Workman and Emma Stevens, who both shot 103. Meredith Hallett had a 106, Rhonda Springer shot 108, Azzy Lozano and Sydney Rodriguez each had 111 and Breanna …

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MIDLOTHIAN  – Manna House and the United Way of West Ellis County are partnering together to host the first Gobble Wobble, a premier run/walk Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Midlothian Conference Center. Three distances are offered: a 1 mile, 5K and 10K.

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The Waxahachie High School swim team is shown during a recent practice as they prepared for a matchup at the Waco Midway Spooktacular in Waco on Saturday, Oct. 26.