Waxahachie High graduated seniors compete in home run derby

6 guys pose together outside in baseball hatsEllis County graduated seniors took the field at the Waxahachie Sports Complex to compete at the first-ever Home Run Derby. The competition took place Thursday, July 9, and was hosted by KBEC Radio and KBEC Sports.

Waxahachie High School's very own Aaron Tesei earned second place after hitting 15 home runs in the final round. Tesei hit the most home runs overall.

L—R: Aaron Tesei, Elijah Martinez, Campbell Sullivan, BG Winn, Colton Lee, and Fine Arts Director Phillip Morgan.