Arl. Seguin 34, Lancaster 31
Arl. Seguin 9 8 5 12 - 34
Lancaster 7 10 4 10 - 31
ASGN: Amber Doolittle 13, Recca Trice 11, Krista Summerville 4, Briana Johnson 4, Keira Phipps 1, Veronica Azubuike 1.
LANC: Jericka Jenkins 11, Alexandria Dews 11, Brittany Bush 5, Ashley Starks 4.
Ennis 44, Waxahachie 41
Ennis 13 12 7 12 - 44
Waxahachie 6 12 11 12 - 41
ENN: Sharna Polk 13, Tina Anderson 10, Emily Rejcek 8, Shakela Hayden 6, Brittney Washington 4, Michelle English 3.
WAX: Ravin Simmons 12, Chanel Miller 11, Amanda Magnon 6, P'Kandra Jordan 5, Shaquille Davis 5, Rebecca Chagnon 2.
ECYSA basketball signups
The Ellis County Youth Sports Association is currently accepting applications for the 2007 Basketball teams.
Both a girls and boys league will be formed for ages 8-12.
Registration fee is $55.
Please call Marcus Jefferson at (972) 339-8343 for more information or come by the Waxahachie Civic Center on Dec. 21, at 6 p.m. for an application.
WHS to honor state basketball team
This year is the 25th anniversary of the Waxahachie boys basketball state championship of 1983.
The school will be honoring the team at the Indians’ game on Saturday, Jan. 4th.
They will also be honored at the boys state basketball tournament in Austin on Saturday, March 8 at halftime of the 2 p.m. game, which is the 2A state championship.
Current coach Lonnie Gaylor has information that needs to be sent to each player and coach.
He needs help in getting phone numbers or addresses of the following coaches, players, and managers Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the basketball office at 972 923-4600 ext 545.
YMCA karate signups
Signups for YMCA karate for ages 3-15 are conducted on a year around basis.
Call (972) 937-9622 for additional information or go to www.waxahachieymca.org.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Hours after talks broke off with Mike Cameron, the San Diego Padres agreed in principle to acquire center fielder Jim Edmonds and cash from the St. Louis Cardinals for a minor leaguer.
The deal was waiting approval from the commissioner's office because it will involve around $1 million going from the Cardinals to the Padres, according to a source with knowledge of the deal, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the deal hasn't been finalized.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — Appalachian State kicked off this crazy football season with the stunning upset of Michigan. Now the Mountaineers have the perfect bookend: History as Division I-AA's first three-peat national champions.
Armanti Edwards threw three touchdown passes, and Appalachian State jumped out to a 21-0 lead and never trailed in beating Delaware 49-21 for a third consecutive title in the Football Championship Subdivision.