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KBEC announces broadcast schedule for 2019 Waxahachie football season

The return of the high school football season also means the return of “The Voice of the Indians” Ken Roberts and longtime coach Mike Turner to the KBEC airwaves.

The local radio station will once again broadcast all of the Waxahachie Indians action on the gridiron this season.

This season also marks the second year for Waxahachie fans to enjoy an FM option on the radio dial to listen to Indian athletics, as KBEC 1390 added 99.1 FM ahead of the 2018 season.

Roberts and Turner begin the pregame programming at 7 p.m. (0r 30 minutes before kickoff). The tandem can be heard on either 1390 AM, 99.1 FM or by searching for “KBEC” on the TuneIn app on Apple and Android devices. Listeners can also click the “Listen Live” graphic on the top of Sports.KBEC.com.

The 2019 Waxahachie Indians football schedule

Aug. 23      Rowlett                                 Away TBA (Scrimmage)

Aug. 30      Ennis                                    Home 7:30

Sept. 6       Mesquite Poteet                Home 7:30

Sept. 13     Marcus                                 Away 7:00

Sept. 20    *DeSoto                                Home 7:30 (Pink Out)

Sept. 27    *Cedar Hill                            Away 7:30

Oct. 4        Open                                        

Oct. 11      *Lake Ridge                           Away 7:30

Oct. 18      *Mansfield                             Home 7:30 (Homecoming)

Oct. 25     *Grand Prairie                      Away 7:30

Nov. 1      *Mansfield Summit             Home 7:30 (Senior Night)

Nov. 7      *South Grand Prairie         Away 7:30

*Denotes District 7-6A game

About Travis M. Smith

Travis M. Smith serves as the digital sports director for KBEC Sports. He is the former managing editor of the Waxahachie Daily Light, Midlothian Mirror and Glen Rose Reporter.

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