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The Press Box: A repeat champ and soccer seniors: Ep. 16 (Feb. 17, 2020)

This week’s episode of “The Press Box” featured on-air interviews with a Midlothian wrestler aiming for his second-consecutive state championship and two senior soccer captains from Waxahachie.  On-air hosts Seth Sims and Brian Stevens first spoke Midlothian senior Jackson Carter and wrestling coach Kevin Reed about the Panthers return trip …

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The Press Box: Car lots, U.S. soccer and NLIs: Ep. 15 (Feb. 10, 2020)

This week’s episode of “The Press Box” featured on-air interviews with two soon-to-be collegiate football players and one head soccer coach pulling double duty.  On-air hosts Seth Sims and Brian Stevens first spoke Midlothian Heritage senior Jay Wilkerson about his decision to sign an NLI with Washington State instead of …

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Press Box: UIL realignment special: Ep. 14 (Feb. 3, 2020)

This week’s episode of “The Press Box” featured on-air interviews with four Ellis County high school football coaches and a full breakdown of the bi-annual UIL Realignment.  On-air hosts Seth Sims and Tater Brown (who filled in for Brian Stevens) spoke with head football coaches Todd Alexander (Waxahachie), Doug Wendel …

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2020-22 UIL realignment shakes up Ellis County sports landscape

By Travis M. Smith | KBEC Sports Several Ellis County high schools officially moved football classifications, while others will see new athletic and extracurricular district competition in 2020-22 following UIL bi-annual redistricting announcements made Monday morning. What changed? Compared to the previous realignment, which occurred ahead of the 2018-19 school …

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The Press Box: Buckets, goals and wrestling mats: Ep. 10 (Jan. 6th, 2020)

This week’s episode of The Press Box featured an in-depth interview with Waxahachie Runnin’ Indian standout BJ Francis and Midlothian wrestler Marshall Hodges. Hosts Seth Sims and “Tater” Beard, who filled in for Brian Stevens, also spoke with Waxahachie head boys’ soccer coach Seth Riley and Red Oak head girls’ …

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