The Waxahachie Lady Indians began the second half of District 7-6A with a pair of 15-run outings.

More importantly, the Lady Indians picked up two wins and remain firmly in the playoff hunt.

The two victories over Cedar Hill and DeSoto improved the Lady Indians to 16-4 overall and 7-2 in district play.

Waxahachie trails just (19-6, 8-1) Mansfield in the 7-6A standings and is tied for second with (13-5-2, 7-2) Mansfield Lake Ridge.


Cameron Ryer tossed a three-inning no-hitter for the Lady Indians on Tuesday in a 10-0 home win against DeSoto.

The Waxahachie bats scored 15 runs on 10 hits, highlighted by a Hope David home run. Her round-tripper was the lone extra-base hit.

Ryer struck out seven inside the circle and walked three in the run-rule win.


The Lady Indians slugged 21 hits in a 15-3 road win Friday evening against Cedar Hill.

Waxahachie plated four runs in the first innings, two in the second and then nine over the fifth and sixth innings for the run-rule win.

Chloe Hernandez drove in a team-high five runs and finished 5-for-5 at the dish with a double and triple.

Kaylie Burdine (2-4, 2RBIs) provided the Lady Indians lone big fly with her fifth-inning home run.

Melina Brown, Courtney Crownover and Cameron Ryer also doubled during the win. Ryer added a triple as part of her 3-for-5 evening with four 4 RBIs.

Brooklyn Holman earned the complete-game win inside the circle. She struck out six, walked five and scattered four hits across six innings. All three runs charged to her ledger were earned.