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Brady’s Bait Box is hosting a special event, Rods for a Reason, from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Waxahachie Sports Complex pond, 151 Broadhead Road.

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Texas Baptist Home for Children 5K

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Gilbert Miller of Midlothian won the year-end drawing for a $5,000 Bass Pro shopping spree as part of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Toyota ShareLunker program.

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The 2018 football season comes to its final close at the season banquet slated for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Waxahachie Civic Center. The banquet will be catered by Babe’s Chicken and will feature Brandon Byers as the keynote speaker.

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The Waxahachie High School varsity girls soccer team defeated the Ennis Lady Lions by a score of 7-0 at Lumpkins Stadium on Jan. 8. The Lady Indians agreed the team is coming together and off to a good start.

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Texas Baptist Home for Children 5K 

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The Lady Indian soccer program hosted the annual Waxahachie 287 tournament this past weekend with five varsity and four junior varsity teams participating. The bad weather on Thursday pushed the tournament to a two-day schedule but according to head coach Jason Venable, the last-minute resch…

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Waxahachie volleyball’s Audrey Nalls was selected as a 2018 PrepVolleyball.com High School All-American.

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Waxahachie High School distance runners Emma Curry and Emily Mackel finished high up among an elite field of track competitors at the Jan. 4-5 Texas A&M High School Classic. The ninth annual Texas A&M High School Classic featured 1,850 athletes in one of the nation’s largest high sch…

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Did you miss out on the first 1,000 rainbow trout added each to the Waxahachie Sports Complex’s lake and at Mustang Creek Park back in early December?

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Demani Richardson (DB) and Ladarius Henderson (OL) signed letters of intent Wednesday afternoon at Waxahachie High School. Henderson signed at Arizona State University while Richardson signed at Texas A&M. Indians head football coach Todd Alexander told the crowd that these two athletes …

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Taytum McDonald has played soccer since she was 5 years old – and she loves how unpredictable it can be.

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The Waxahachie boys soccer team had its introductory event this past Friday and players, along with the community, are looking forward to the upcoming season.

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The sixth annual Waxahachie Family YMCA Santa Run was a success, with the streets of downtown Waxahachie flooded with more than 550 runners. This year, there was a DJ and music at most corners – and also a new Grinch division.

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Four seniors on the WHS volleyball team were honored as TGCA Academic All-State: Alli Wells, Macie Milholen, Anna Rodgers and Fayth Hunt.

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The Sun spoke with a few of the seniors on the WHS girls soccer team about the legacy they hope to leave during their final season at Waxahachie High School.

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The theme for this season’s WHS girls soccer team is “we are one.” This ripples out across the entire girls soccer program at the high school.

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Dec. 28 deadline to register for dance clinic

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Meet the Indians – WHS boys soccer

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The Waxahachie cross country team had three seniors recognized as Academic All-State. (From left) Emily Mackel was named second team Academic All-State, Joshua Manning was named first team Academic All-State and Cathryn Bigham was named Elite Academic All-State.

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6th annual Waxahachie YMCA Santa Run

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Hundreds of items were collected Wednesday for the Waxahachie High School athletic department toy drive. Each athletic program was given a category of toys to collect. The student athletes then help to gather them up and deliver them. Waxahachie High School has partnered with Common Ground M…

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Brad McKee stepped into the ring for his very first time at the age of 54 on Saturday, Nov. 17, to fight a three-time national champion and “nearly won,” losing the fight by a split decision.

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For Waxahachie native Ashton Smith, representing the United States will be one of the proudest moments in her athletic career. Smith will compete in several swimming events at the Special Olympics World Games in March.