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The Waxahachie Lady Indians closed out the Fall Golf Season with a 4th place finish at the Trinity HS Tournament held at Texas Star. The team shot 389 as all 4 golfers shot in the 90’s. Ava Workman led with a 93, Katherine O’Donnell shot 98 and Scarlett Pearman and Maylie McCorkle both had 99. ...

11/15/2022

WHS Swimming Announcement Hebron Invitational – November 5, 2022 The Waxahachie Swim Team competed in the Hebron Invitational meet on Saturday, November 5, 2022 Eleven schools competed, including some of the top teams in the state. The Waxahachie Girls team placed 6th and the Boys team placed 5th. A big shout out Malyah Reeves on breaking the school butterfly record with a time of 1:09.80. Ashlyn Florence has held that record since 2016 with a time of 1:11.90. Congratulations Malyah on another record-breaking day! Individual Results - Placed in top 6 Name (Grade) Event Place Matthew Powell (10) Men's 500 Freestyle 6 Malya Reeves (9) Women's 100 Breaststroke 6 Sidney Sambell (11) Women's 100 Breaststroke 3 Relays Women's 200 Medley - 6th Place Victoria Chavarria, Sidney Sambell, Malyah Reeves, Addison Gifford Men's 200 Medley – 6th Place Asa Condor, Lucas Kelley, Matthew Powell, Judd Nash Men’s 200 Freestyle – 6th Place Asa Condor, Nick Livingston, Judd Nash, Bryce Thomison ...

11/7/2022

Special thanks to Sherry Milliken and Ami Trull for our Senior Night Pictures after our rainout. Special Thanks to the Sun for posting them. Senior night Pictures can be viewed at : https://www.waxahachiesun.com/sports/ ...

11/7/2022

The Waxahachie High School swim team competed in the Waco Spooktacular meet Saturday, Oct. 29. Ten schools competed and the Waxahachie girls and boys teams each placed second individually with a combined second place overall. Senior Asa Condor broke the longstanding 200 freestyle record, which had stood for 20 years. The previous record of 1:58.50 was held by Michael Kelsey. Asa's new record is 1:57.92. Freshman Malyah Reeves broke the school record for the 100 backstroke that was previously set by Ashlyn Florence in 2016 with a time of 1:10.17. Malya shaved almost two seconds off that time, swimming a 1:08.96. Individual tesults - Placed in top 6 Name (Grade) Event Place Asa Condor (12) Men's 200 Freestyle 2 Men's 100 Backstroke 2 Addison Gifford (10) Womens 200 Freestyle 4 Women's 500 Freestyle 3 Tyeler Hess (12) Women's 50 Freestyle 3 Women's 100 Freestyle 2 Nick Livingston Men's 200 Freestyle 5 Men's 500 Freestyle 5 Matthew Powell (10) Men's 200 IM 6 Men's 100 Butterfly 4 Malyah Reeves (9) Women's 200 IM 2 Women's 100 Backstroke 4 Sidney Sambell (11) Women's 50 Freestyle 4 Women's 100 Breaststroke 1 Bryce Thomison (10) Men's 50 Freestyle 5 Men's 100 Freestyle 6 Eric Tran (12) Men's 50 Freestyle 6 Men's 100 Breaststroke 6 Relays Women's 200 A Medley - 3rd Place Emma Perkins, Sidney Sambell, Kayla Brown, Addison Kimbrell Men's 200 A Medley - 3rd Place Nick Livingston, Eric Tran, Matthew Powell, Judd Nash Women's A 200 Freestyle - 2nd Place Sidney Sambell, Teagan Moeykens, Malyah Reeves, Tyeler Hess Women's B 200 Freestyle - 4th Place Jaden Tuholski, Avery McBride, Addison Kimbrell, Addison Gifford Men's 200 Freestyle - 3rd Place Bryce Thomison, Judd Nash, Eric Tran, Asa Condor Women's 400 Freestyle - 2nd Place Addison Gifford, Malyah Reeves, Emma Perkins, Tyeler Hess Women's 400 Freestyle - 4th Place Avery McBride, Jaden Tuholski, Caroline Condor, Addison Kimbrell Men's 400 Freestyle - 3rd Place Nick Livingston, Bryce Thomison, Matthew Powell, Asa Condor ...

11/7/2022

FORT WORTH — Audrey Nalls has been invaluable in staking TCU to its best start to Big 12 play since 2016, and the conference took notice. Nalls was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week for the second time in three weeks on Tuesday. The 6-1 outside hitter tallied 42 total kills and averaged six kills per set in TCU’s contests at No. 1 Texas and vs. Texas Tech on Wednesday and Saturday, respectively. Nalls led all players with 16 kills in the Horned Frogs’ defeat to the top-ranked Longhorns. She followed up the performance with a 27-point, 26-kill effort on .300 hitting in TCU’s four-set victory over the Red Raiders. Her 26 kills were a career-high. She is the first repeat recipient of the award in the Big 12 this season. With Tuesday’s announcement, Nalls became the first player in program history since Anna Walsh in 2017 to receive multiple sets of weekly Big 12 accolades in the same season. Nalls’ 26-kill onslaught of the Red Raiders was the apex of the best offensive performance of the fall for TCU (8-8, 3-2 Big 12). The Horned Frogs landed a season-high 69 kills against a .311 hitting percentage – also a season-best – while outscoring Texas Tech 87.5-67. Six of Nalls’ kills came in the first 18 plays of the match to help steer TCU to a 1-0 match lead. Nalls laced home nine kills in a 29-27 fourth set that featured 12 lead changes. Nalls was as efficient as she had been all year in set one against Texas. She hit .820 with six kills to help the Horned Frogs build an early 7-3 lead and stay within two points of the Longhorns as late as 21-19 in the frame. No outside hitter has been as lethal as Nalls three weeks into Big 12 play. The Waxahachie native leads her conference peers in total kills (104), kills per set (5.20) and points per set (5.55). Nalls is averaging 20.4 kills per match and has finished with the match-high in kills in each of TCU’s five Big 12 affairs. Nalls recorded double-doubles in TCU’s first three conference contests. Nalls’ latest award punctuates a memorable four-week stretch for the senior. She has finished with the team-high in kills in 10 of TCU’s last 11 contests dating back to its four-set win against Western Carolina on Sept. 8. In that stretch, Nalls has averaged 17.6 kills per match, hit at-or-above .300 five times, notched four double-doubles and eclipsed 20 kills on four occasions. She currently leads the Horned Frogs in points (253.5), kills (229) and double-doubles and ranks third on the squad in digs (121). Nalls’ cumulative kills tally ranks 97th nationally. This is the fourth all-conference honor Nalls has received. She earned her first career Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week recognition on Sept. 27 after averaging 19 kills and recording double-doubles in TCU’s contests at No. 14 Baylor (Sept. 21) and vs. Iowa State (Sept. 24). As a freshman, she was chosen as the Big 12 Rookie of the Week for Sept. 8-15, 2019. Nalls also earned Academic All-Big 12 honors in the truncated 2020-21 season. Nalls returns to action at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday when TCU faces Kansas in Lawrence. ...

10/17/2022

By Travis M. Smith | KBEC Sports CEDAR HILL — For the 21st consecutive season, the state-ranked Waxahachie Lady Indian volleyball team is playoff bound. No. 20 Waxahachie swept host Cedar Hill (25-10, 25-15, 25-23) on Tuesday to improve to 33-10 on the season and a perfect 11-0 in District 11-6A. They’ve now won 15 consecutive matches, with the Lady Indians’ last loss coming during tournament action against Flower Mound Marcus (25-27, 25-22, 22-25) on Aug. 26. Waxahachie head volleyball coach Sandy Faussett-Stoops is in her 22nd season leading the Lady Indians. The 21 consecutive playoff berths have occurred across Class 4A, 5A and 6A. The Lady Indians can do no worse than third in the final standings, as (23-16, 5-5) Mansfield Lake Ridge suffered its fifth district loss to Cedar Hill on Oct. 4. The side can do no worse than second with one more victory over its final four matches — the first two at home against Mansfield Legacy (10/14) and DeSoto (10/18), followed by road tilts against Mansfield (10/21) and Mansfield Lake Ridge (10/25). Waxahachie previously swept three of the future four opponents in the first round of district play while needing four sets to upend Mansfield on Sept. 27. All signs point to the Oct. 21 showdown against (28-3, 9-1) Mansfield being the match that could decide the district champion. No team in the district has won more than four consecutive games (Mansfield). To take the stat a step further — only 17 Class 6A programs across the state entered Tuesday’s matches with a 10-game-or-better winning streak....

10/17/2022

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