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VARSITY TENNIS SWEPTS JOSHUA 10-0 TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED AND CLAIM THE DISTRICT TITLE…….  

Ennis 7th Grade Maroon Team Stuns Terrell

The Ennis Lions 7th Grade Maroon football team shocked Terrell last night, winning 26-20 in dramatic fashion. The Lions were down 14-0 early, as Terrell’s run game was overwhelming the Lions defense. Ennis got back in the game midway through the 2nd quarter when Jamarion Wafford scored on a 1 yard quarterback keeper. Down 14-6,

Ennis 7th Grade White Football Team Falls to Terrell

The Ennis Lions 7th grade White football team lost to a close game to Terrell last night, 20-13. The Lions traded blows with the Tigers throughout the entire course of the game, but Terrell scored on their last possession of the game and would not relinquish their lead. For the Lions, Chris Trejo scored twice

Ennis JH Tennis Team Beats Groesbeck 40-3

The Junior High tennis program had a great win over Groesbeck sweeping doubles and boys singles. Our only losses occurred in three tough singles matches on the girls side. Very proud of how everyone competed. 

Special Recognition for our First Responders this Friday Night!

We will recognize our First Responders at the game this Friday night at Lion Stadium.  We invite all First Responders to attend the game on Friday night and Ennis ISD will give free admission to each First Responder that brings a badge or id that identifies them as such.  The free admission is for the

All Teams Schedule: Week of Sep 30 – Oct 06

Sep 30 Coed Fall Middle School Tennis at Groesbeck High School Groesbeck 4:00 pm | Groesbeck HS Tennis Courts Oct 01 Coed Fall Varsity Tennis vs. Joshua High School Joshua 4:00 pm | Ennis High School Oct 01 Boys 8th Grade Football Maroon at Terrell High School Terrell 5:30 pm | Terrell Memorial Stadium Oct

XC at Conrad Classic Results

The Ennis Lions Cross-Country team ran at the Dallas Conrad Classic on Saturday under some of the best conditions of the season. The Varsity Girls were the first to hit the course.  The Lady Lions finished 10th with 256 points out of 33 teams. Serena Griffin led the team this will placing 10th with a