On Thursday October 16, the San Saba Jr. High Armadillos traveled to Hamilton to take on the Bulldogs. The 7th grade team played for an hour and 45 minutes before falling to the Bulldogs 36-42. The first drive of the game Hamilton marched down the field and scored. The Armadillos answered the touchdown with one of their own
RICHLAND SPRINGS 2014 HOMECOMING KING AND QUEEN NOMINEES-Top row (LR) Nathan Allen (11), Cody Pardy (10), Chandler Lusty (9). Bottom Row (L-R) Brittany Bush (11), Tori Hill (10), Harley McMahan (12), Emaleigh Mack (9), and William King (12)
The 7th and 8th grade San Saba Armadillo football teams kicked off their season on September 11, 2014 against the Johnson City Eagles. The 7th grade team led by quarterback Sean O’Keefe demolished the 7th grade Eagles with a score of 24-0. O’Keefe ran for one touchdown and threw for one to Edgar Canedo-Cervantes. James Whitney had the majority of the carries at tailback combining for two scores with excellent blocking on the outside by Jake Faught
The Richland Springs Coyotes and their loyal fans made another long road trip last Friday night to the little town of Bryson, Texas. Bryson is midway between Jacksboro and Graham on Hwy 380 about 3 hours drive from Richland Springs. The town itself seems nice and fairly prosperous and the school and campus are downright beautiful.
The high school competed at Round Rock this past Saturday. This is the same course where the state cross country meet is held. There were over 4200 participants a record setting number for the meet! The girls competed against over 300 runners 1A-4A.