The Waxahachie Lady Indians qualified for the 6A Region I tournament after two days of exciting golf.
It marks the first trip back to a regional tournament for the program since 2014, when the Lady Indians competed in Class 5A, and is also the first-ever trip as a member of Class 6A.
Waxahachie began the District 7-6A tournament with an opening-round 348, which was tied with Mansfield White for second place at Tangle Ridge Golf Club in Grand Prairie.
The Lady Indians then fired a second-round 348 to fend off Mansfield's No. 2 team and finish just 18 shots back of district champion Mansfield Black (678).
Mansfield White finished with a 700 two-day total, only four shots back of the 696 posted by Waxahachie.
Baylie Paris led the Lady Indians with a 168 two-day total (83-85) and tied for second-place overall. She eventually dropped one spot to third place following a sudden-death playoff hole, but still earned first-team All-District 7-6A honors for the efforts.
Olivia Tolliver (90-85) and Ana Herrin (88-87) both finished with 175 two-day total and were named to the All-District 7-6A second team.
Marisabel Garza shot 87-92 for a 179 total and Kayli Nash finished with a 189 (98-91).
Vanessa Garza shot a 187 (96-91) to finish as the highest individual medalist for the Lady Indians. Garza was followed by Allison Heflin with a 215 (110-105) and Mackenzie Parks with a 222 (103-119).
The 6A Region I tournament will be held at Tangle Ridge Golf Club on April 22-23.