A tough third quarter Friday night in Cedar Hill has the Lady Indians postseason dreams in limbo with four games to play.
Waxahachie entered the halftime locker rooms against TABC No. 1 Cedar Hill down just two points, 25-23.
The Lady Longhorns then put together a 10-2 run over the next four minutes to build a double-digit lead and never looked back. The Ceder Hill advantage had ballooned 21 points, 52-31, by the 3:37 mark of the fourth quarter. The Lady Longhorns cruised home with the 57-41 District 7-6A win.
The Lady Indians were led by Rayna Ross' 13-point, 10-rebound double-double, as well as 10-point night by Mya Williams and Paris Gantt. Cassidy Morgan and Ja'Kyah Head both scored four points.
Waxahachie shot 31 percent from the field (15-49).
Cedar Hill clinched a playoff berth with the victory, as the Lady Longhorns are still unbeaten in 7-6A through 10 games.
DeSoto currently sits in second place at 8-2, while Mansfield Summit is third at 7-3.
South Grand Prairie currently holds onto the fourth 7-6A playoff spot with a 5-5 mark in district play, while Waxahachie and Mansfield Lake Ridge both sit at 4-6.
Mansfield High is 2-8 and Grand Prairie has been officially eliminated, as the Lady Tigers are still winless in 7-6A.
Waxahachie returns home to face Mansfield Lake Ridge at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
All photos by Kirk Holt/Daily Light.