The playoff-bound Waxahachie Lady Indians soccer team clinched its second-straight Class 6A postseason berth with three games remaining as the Lady Indians routed Mansfield Summit, 9-0, on Tuesday night.
WHS (16-3-2, 10-3) led 5-0 at halftime.
The Lady Indians had been scheduled to travel to Cedar Hill for a Friday night match, but District 7-6A has suspended Friday’s soccer games until further notice, the team announced Thursday.
Their final two games appear to be in jeopardy as well after Grand Prairie ISD suspended all extracurricular activities on Friday. The Lady Indians' final home game was scheduled for Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. against South Grand Prairie, followed by a trip next Friday to Grand Prairie.
7-6A boys: WHS 3, Summit 0
The Indians picked up a crucial win in their quest to slip into the playoffs, defeating Mansfield Summit last Friday night to avenge a 1-0 loss last month.
The Indians (12-5-5, 4-5-5) took a 1-0 lead in the first half and added a second goal before halftime. They tacked on an insurance goal in the second half.
The Indians, who had an open date Friday, have two matches left in the regular season: next Tuesday at South Grand Prairie, and next Friday at home vs. Mansfield High. No announcement has been made for these games.
WHS sits in fifth place at 17 points in the 7-6A standings, but the Indians only trail fourth-place SGP by a point and third-place Mansfield Lake Ridge by two points. The Tribe owns a 4-point advantage over sixth-place Summit.