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To be in the mix of a Waxahachie High School varsity basketball warm-up is exhilarating in itself. This experience is granted to Waxahachie ISD elementary students to assist with the program needs on game day, and the players get to mentor a new friend.

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Waxahachie High School senior and Cherokee Charmer captain, Haley Neeley, performed at the 74th annual Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida, on New Year’s Day. Produced by All-American Halftime Show, the 2020 theme for the collegiate football event was “Calypso Carnival!”

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Waxahachie High School junior Emma Curry finished third (11:14.41) in the two-mile run at the recent Texas A&M University indoor meet.

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With the Special Olympics winter season quickly approaching, several Olympians were in recent need of qualifying physical examinations with time running out. The Altus Emergency Center heard of the crisis and not only conducted the physicals but went to Daymark Living Center and provided phy…

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The Ellis County Dog Frisbee League presents a fun activity for dogs and their owners at 2 p.m. Sundays, Feb. 1-March 1, at 14th Street, Midlothian. The cost is $20 per team (handler and dog) for the entire five-week session.

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The Waxahachie Family YMCA saw its fall volleyball league upper division champions crowned recently. Congratulations to Team Bombers, who are coached by Jordan Poarch.

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The Waxahachie High School football banquet was held Saturday, with team and individual player recognitions made.

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On Saturday, the Waxahachie High School cheer squad placed 20th in the state for 6A Spirit, marking its best showing since joining the conference.

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The city of Waxahachie is hosting a Birding at Lake Waxahachie activity from 8:30-10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25. Meet at Spring Park at 8:30 a.m. and join Master Birder Susan Kosoris and others.

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The Indian soccer team competed in the Aggieland Showcase over the weekend in College Station. A showcase event does not crown a tournament winner. The Indians faced off against Lake Creek, Fort Bend Clements, Denton and Bastrop over the three-day tournament. The boys finished 4-0 and outsco…

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Although the Waxahachie High School varsity girls soccer team entered the Joshua Tournament as underdogs due to missing three of its top offensive starters, the Lady Indians went on to win all three of its games to take the championship title.

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The Waxahachie High School Indian swim teams competed Thursday in the District 6-6A meet at the Debbie Weems Natatorium in Mansfield, with both the boys and girls teams placing second overall.

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Exceptional athleticism runs in the blood of each of the six Sterns boys – and the family will soon have to plan several trips to Houston this fall following the youngest Sterns student-athlete signing a national letter of intent with Houston Baptist University. There he’ll join his brother …

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The North Texas chapter of the Hudson-Essex-Terraplane Club invites the community to join it for Sweethearts & Orphans XXI in Waxahachie from March 13-15. Plans for the meet include an 80-mile driving tour March 13, the car show and Sweethearts Dinner March 14 and awards March 15. For mo…