Revenge.

Waxahachie has dominated District 28-4A play this season but the one thorn in the side of a perfect mark through the first half of play was the one goal allowed to Ennis in the district opener.

Playing in Ennis on Friday the Lady Indian defense led by Sarah Hay in goal saw to it that Ennis would not score this time around as Waxahachie won the game 5-0.

Senior forward Emily Saunders picked up her second hat trick in district play with four goals in the game while freshman Karleigh Hector followed up her hat trick against Corsicana with one goal against Ennis.

With the win the Lady Indians improved to 5-0-1 in district with the win while improving to 14-1-4 on the season. In six district games the Lady Indians have outscored their opponents 40-1.

Waxahachie took a 1-0 lead into the half when a Natalie Kelly corner kick was perfectly placed in position for Saunders to head the ball past the Ennis keeper.

After dominating the first half but being held to just one goal the Lady Indians broke through in the second with four goals.

Caroline Clifton from the back field sent the ball ahead to Saunders who gave Waxahachie a 2-0 lead before picking up her hat trick with a little cleanup work.

Haley Atkins sent a ball from left side to the middle of the field to Tierany Thompson who took a shot that bounced off the Ennis keeper. Saunders rushed in and took advantage of the loose ball to score her third goal and give Waxahachie a 3-0 lead.

The all-time leading scorer in Waxahachie High School girls soccer history was not finished as she took a pass from Rian Smith and scored with 10 minutes left in the game.

Playing midfield with Sara Sanchez still out with an injury, Kelly picked up her second assist of the game with little time left on the clock as she pushed the ball ahead to Hector who fought through a pack of Lady Lions to put an exclamation mark goal on the win.

Waxahachie will continue its pursuit of a perfect district run Tuesday when it plays host to Ferris. The Lady Indians will play at 7:30 p.m. the rest of the district season.

In the first game against Ferris the Lady Indians won 14-0.