The Waxahachie Indian baseball team defeated DeSoto, 6-2, Friday, March 15, making their district record 2-0. Next up, they'll play Cedar Hill at Richards Park Tuesday, March 19.
After a "slow start, fast finish" 13-3 win against Grand Prairie, the Lady Indians will prepare for "the biggest game of the year," according to head coach Steve Howell. The team plays at Summit High School next Tuesday, March 19.
The WHS boys track team placed second overall at the Big Green track meet this past Friday, March 8. Each of the three relay teams placed first and the Indians had four of the top 10 individual athletes.
The Waxahachie High School girls track team won the Big Green track meet this past Friday, March 8, making this their fourth consecutive win. The 4x200m relay team broke the school record and the team had five out of the top 10 individual scorers.
The Lady Indian soccer team defeated Cedar Hill, 5-0, Monday, March 11 at Lumpkins Stadium. The team will play at Grand Prairie Wednesday, March 13 in hopes of clinching a playoff spot.
The Waxahachie High School Big Green Track Meet was hosted Friday, March 8 at Lumpkins Stadium. The girls team, led by head coach Dana Scott, placed first with 201 points and the boys team, led by head coach Justin Lozano, placed second with127 points. Both teams will travel to the Hebron tr…
The Waxahachie High School varsity boys soccer team played Grand Prairie on March 8, with the final score Grand Prairie 3, Waxahachie 0. The Indians next play March 19 at Summit High School (Mansfield).
Lady Indians head softball coach Steve Howell won the 300th game of his career Tuesday evening after a 2-0 start to the district season for his team. Howell has coached the Waxahachie softball team for 24 years and has made the playoffs 23 of those.
The Waxahachie Youth Baseball Association is looking for baseball players between the ages of 15-18 (based on age as of 4/30/19) who are looking to be part of a great and unique organization to continue playing the game they love.
One of the first questions track athletes ask once season rolls around is: “When is ‘Big Green?’ ” according to head girls track coach, Dana Scott. The time has finally arrived for the track program and, this year, there will be a new addition.
The WHS boys track team placed fourth at the Kennedale Invitational meet Friday, March 1. Leading the way for the Indians, junior Julius Luna placed first in the 3200m and second in the 1600m.
Waxahachie varsity boys soccer tied Mansfield Lake Ridge 2-2 Friday night, Mar. 1. The team's two goals were by Ryan Hay and Emmanuel Nwokonko with assists by David Hernandez and Austin Andrus. The Indians play again Tuesday, Mar. 5 at Mansfield High School.
The WHS girls powerlifting team competed in the Region 3 Division 1 meet at Longview Pine Tree and had four lifters qualify for the state meet. According to the Texas High School Women’s Powerlifting Association (THSWPA), to qualify for the girls powerlifting state meet, the lifter must “pla…
The Waxahachie Indian golf teams competed this past weekend in the Burleson Centennial Invitational held at the Tangle Ridge Golf Course in Grand Prairie.
The Lady Indians braved the wet and cold in the first day and 40mph winds the second day to take second place at the Cleburne Tournament behind Lake Ridge.
The Waxahachie girls powerlifting team competed in the Spartans Last Qualifier Meet at Burleson Centennial High School on Thursday, Feb. 14. The team placed seventh overall and individual results are as follows:
The Waxahachie Indians varsity boys golf team competed at Squaw Valley this past weekend with a fifth place finish out of 16 teams. The Indians went 311/318 for a two-day total of 629.
The Cherokee Charmers Officers and Elite teams competed at the ADTS DFW Dance Championship at Duncanville High School this past weekend and brought home many awards. “These young ladies represented Waxahachie ISD once again with pride and dignity,” said Charmer director Erica Wilcox.
The Lady Indians played South Grand Prairie Wednesday, Feb. 20. After a hard fought battle back in the second half, Waxahachie lost 3-6 to SGP. The team's district record is now 5-3 putting them at fourth place going into the second round of play. The Lady Indians take on DeSoto at Lumpkins …
Waxahachie softball lost the lead late in an 8-7 defeat to Red Oak on Wednesday, Feb. 20. The game was tied at five with Red Oak batting in the top of the sixth when number 10 for Red Oak doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring two runs.
The Waxahachie High School girls track team competed in the Midway Meet on Feb. 15, bringing home the first-place team trophy. Individual results from within the top 10 placings are as follows.
The thrill of competition and the challenge it presents is something Heidi Shepherd has passed along to her children. Shepherd and six of her seven children weekly face competitors in the rodeo ring.
The Coleman Junior High OG Squad recently met with Indian head football coach Todd Alexander, who spoke with the young men about the high expectations of being a student-athlete and on success in life.
With nine returning seniors coming off of a “really great” season last year, head softball coach Steve Howell is excited to see how this upcoming season will play out.