School and Sports

Wed
16
Nov

Richland Springs claims Bi-District Crown....74-8

By Mike Cohn

 

Wed
16
Nov

JH Lady Dillos sweep Comanche in season opener

By Coach Connie Reed

 

Wed
09
Nov

San Saba Middle School Student Council update

The San Saba Middle School Student Council has had a busy start to the school year! Fifth grade representatives were added to the council at the beginning of the school year. The council now includes fifth graders: Jancsi Cuevas, Natalie Cuevas, Karter Cummings, Lane King, Macy Sebastain, and Avery Tharp. Sixth grade representatives include: Madison Shahan, Delaney Ellis, Trinity Lewis, Tanner Proffitt, Kristi Macias, and Olivia Lebow. Seventh grade class representatives on this year’s council include: Karlee Reed, Hannah Vines, Dana Luna Hernandez, Kaylee Eidson, and Wesley Lackey. Eighth graders include representative Jacqueline Cervantes, Reporter Courtnee Cash, Secretary/ Treasurer Katelyn Bohensky, Vice-President Sarah Saint, and President Risien Shahan.
 
 
Wed
09
Nov

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen
 
The football team had a bit of a rough week as they took on the reigning state champions, the Richland Springs Coyotes. The Indians fought a good fight and did not give up! There’s not a lot to report on since the Coyotes did not allow us to score any touchdowns and we were unable to hold them back. The game was called at halftime due to the 45 point rule and the Indians were unable to put any numbers on the scoreboard. We ended the game with only 5 players but we should have 7 this week as the Indians take on the Iredell Dragons in Hamilton this Friday night. Come on out to Hamilton and support your Indians in the first round of the playoffs!
 
 
 
Wed
02
Nov

Results released for monthly 42 tournament

A monthly multi-community 42 tournament was held in Goldthwaite on Saturday, October 8th. Sixteen players attended, representing four tables in the tournament. Winning 1st Place trophies were partners Cecil Derrick (Goldthwaite) and Butch Webb (Locker). They won a total of 11 games.
 

 

Wed
02
Nov

Lady Dillo Cross Country Team Regional Champions

by Brandy Eckermann
 
The Armadillo Cross Country teams competed at the Regional Cross Country meet in Corpus Christi on October 29th. The Lady Dillos came out as Regional Champions for the second year in a row. This victory was accomplished by a first place finish from Kaleigh Ellis, a second place finish from Kylee Eckermann, Jessica Gonzales placed 15th, Isabel Vega 17th, Ashlynn Cash 23rd, Juana Macias 32nd and Emilii Andrade 38th. The girls did great as a team and really worked hard for this victory.
 
Wed
26
Oct

STINGY COYOTE

STINGY COYOTE JH DEFENSE HOLD ROCHELLE JH TO ONLY 19 POINTS - #12 Jayden Bryant , # 21 Lane Garcia & company halt Rochelle running back.

 

Wed
26
Oct

San Saba Cross Country results

By Brandy Eckermann
 
On Wednesday October 19th the San Saba Cross Country teams traveled to Mason for the District Meet. The Varsity Girls and Boys both advanced to the Regional meet. The Varsity Girls ended the day as District Champions. Kaleigh Ellis placed 1st, Kylee Eckermann 3rd, Jessica Gonzales 7th, Isabel Vega 9th, Ashlynn Cash 13th, Emili Andrade 17th and Juana Macias 18th. Kaleigh, Kylee, Isabel and Jessica all advance as part of the team and as individuals because they placed in the top 10.
 
Wed
19
Oct

Richland Springs Coyotes defeat Rockwall Heritage 54-6 October 14

Coyotes Wrap Up Last Nondistrict Play Against A Good Rockwalll Heritage Team - #2 Hutton "the Truck" Lusty leaves two would-be tacklers laying on the ground.
 

 

Wed
19
Oct

Kohlton Harding hustling down the field

By Kari Owen
 
On the football field this week, it was a battle between two Indian tribes as the Cherokee Indians took on the Paint Rock Indians. In the first quarter of the junior high game, the Indians were unable to score with Paint Rock scoring two touchdowns. In the second quarter Eric Miller scored on a kickoff return but Paint Rock put two more TDs on the score board bringing the score to 6-28 in favor of Paint Rock. In the second half the Paint Rock Indians held us off from scoring at all and the game was called early in the 4th quarter due to the 45-point rule. The final score was 6-55.
 
 
 

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