Ellis County United, based in Waxahachie, Texas, hosted a free football camp for youth Saturday, June 22, at the Waxahachie Sports Complex. Sun contributor Mike Sackett caught up with ECU president Curtis Polk Jr. and WHS 2017 grad Jaylen Reagor, who now plays football at Texas Christian Uni…
It wouldn’t be accurate to say “there’s nothing for kids to do in Waxahachie.” And that’s because the Waxahachie Youth Athletic Association is a year-round program for children ages 4-12, with more than 400 participants.
Waxahachie ISD is offering a variety of sports-related camps this summer, as noted below. For complete details and application forms, visit online at www.waxahachieindians.org.
The Waxahachie High School Lady Indians softball team was defeated in the area championship by Eaton HS, which won the best of three series, 9-1 and 8-0, the weekend of May 3-4.
The Waxahachie High School Lady Indians defeated Duncanville in a best of three UIL playoff series, April 26-27. Although the Lady Indians lost Friday's game, they took both games Saturday to claim the bi-district title and advance to the area playoffs.
Waxahachie High School track and field athletes are shown competing at the regional meet at the University of Texas at Arlington on Friday and Saturday, April 26-27.
Online registration closes May 2 for the Hachie 50 Marathon, Ultra and Relay race co-hosted by the Waxahachie Running Club and the Waxahachie Lions Club. The races are set for Saturday, May 4.
Waxahachie High School boys and girls track teams competed at the area track meet Thursday, sending a number of qualifiers on to the regional competition, slated for Friday-Saturday, April 26-27, at the University of Texas at Arlington.
The Miracle League of Ellis County held a grand opening ceremony for its new, no-barriers, all-access field at the Optimist Fields Complex in Waxahachie on March 14, 2019.
The Waxahachie softball team celebrated its seniors this past Friday, April 12. The team played Mansfield Summit and won 10-6. The Lady Indians will play again Tuesday, April 16 at South Grand Prairie.
Day two of the District 7-6A championship track meet was this past Friday, April 12 at DeSoto High School. The WHS track teams had multiple athletes qualify for the area meet, which will be held at Lumpkins Stadium on Thursday, April 18.
The WHS boys and girls track teams competed at the District 7-6A meet at DeSoto High on Wednesday, April 10. Wednesday was the first day of the meet, which included half of the field events as well as preliminary races.
The Waxahachie baseball team played Grand Prairie Tuesday night, April 9 at Richards Park. Grand Prairie won, 4-3. The Indians will play at Grand Prairie High School this upcoming Friday, April 12.
Five Waxahachie student athletes signed national letters of intent to continue their athletic and academic careers Tuesday, April 2, at Waxahachie High School.
AUSTIN, Texas — With the District 7-6A meet approaching, the Waxahachie track program took a trip to Austin for the 92nd annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, where athletes from the boys and girls teams competed in a combined 10 events.
The Waxahachie Lady Indians qualified for the Regional Golf Tournament after two days of exciting golf. The team shot 348 on Thursday to be tied with Mansfield Gold going into the final round at Tangle Ridge.
For the Miracle League of Ellis County, this Saturday’s grand opening of its new, no barriers playing field represents the fruition of several years of hard work.
On Saturday, March 30, the Waxahachie baseball team hosted its annual alumni day at Richards Park. The team recognized all ex-players and specifically honored the 2008 state finalist team. After recognitions, the Indians played Red Oak and won, 13-1.
The Cherokee Charmer annual spring show dance production will take place at 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, April 5-6, at Waxahachie High School in the Performing Arts Center.
The WHS softball team played DeSoto on Tuesday night and won in three innings with a final score of 15-0. Kameron Ryer pitched a shutout for the Lady Indians and Hope David hit a ball to right field for an infield homerun. Next up, the team plays at Cedar Hill on Friday, March 29.
The Cherokee Charmers Officer’s and Elite teams competed at the American Dance/Drill Team School National/International dance competition this weekend. The Charmers were champions in their officer hip-hop division and their elite pom division and brought home many more awards as well.
The 92nd Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays and meet director James Barr announced the list of final qualifiers for this week’s meet Tuesday, March 26. The meet begins Wednesday and runs through Saturday, March 30, at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
The Waxahachie Lady Indians finished in third place at the Waxahachie Thorntree Spring Fling. Due to the threat of severe weather Saturday, the tournament was shortened to a one-day, 27-hole event. The team shot 362 for the first 18 holes.
The Cherokee Charmers took their spring trip to Hawaii last week to perform at Pearl Harbor & Ala Moana Centerstage. They learned how to hula dance and have their own authentic luau at Nutridge.
The Waxahachie boys soccer team played South Grand Prairie Friday, March 22, with the final score South Grand Prairie 2, Waxahachie 0. The game also served as Youth Night, with future Indian and Lady Indian players taking the field at half-time to enjoy some soccer fun.