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Ellis County Football Friday Roundup: Week 4 (Sept. 17)

By Travis M. Smith | KBEC Sports

For the second consecutive week, seven Ellis County teams picked up wins during week four of the high school football season. District play has also begun for a few programs as we head into the halfway point of the season.

Stats, standout players and recaps will be added throughout the weekend.

As always, fans can catch a full recap of all things Ellis County athletics every Monday night from 6-7 p.m. on KBEC 1390AM/99.1FM and online at sports.kbec.com during “The Press Box.”

CLASS 6A

WAXAHACHIE 24, Hewitt Midway 21

A true tale of (almost) two halves unfolded Friday in Hewitt Midway. Waxahachie dominated the first half, limiting the Panthers to fewer than 50 total yards in the District 11-6A opener. But, the District of Doom didn’t earn its name by allowing blowouts. 

Click here for a full recap on how the Tribe pulled off the come-from-behind win late in the fourth quarter!

CLASS 5A 

No. 6 ENNIS 28, Greenville 0

There were unofficial reports of the clock running a bit quicker than usual in this non-district road win for the sixth-ranked Lions — and Greenville was likely happier for it.

****Recap to come****

Midlothian – BYE

Red Oak – BYE

CLASS 4A

No. 4 Midlothian Heritage 28, Melissa 48

The state-ranked Midlothian Heritage Jaguars hit their first roadblock of the season Friday in Melissa. It was a true learning lesson for the young Heritage team.

****Recap to come****

Life Waxahachie 17, Caddo Mills 58

****Recap to come****

FERRIS 49, Farmersville 38

****Recap to come****

CLASS 3A 

Grand Saline 9, MAYPEARL 26

****Recap to come****

Palmer 7, Groesbeck 47

****Recap to come****

CLASS 2A

ITALY 50, Mildred 6

****Recap to come****

CLASS 1A

AVALON 62, Walnut Springs 14

****Recap to come****

MILFORD 32, Penelope 28

****Recap to come****

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Travis M. Smith, @Travis5mith

tsmith@kbec.com

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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