School and Sports

Wed
25
Feb

Cherokee High School attends Alcohol Awareness Presentation

Can you walk a straight line? How about make a basket from the free-throw line? Both of these activities probably seem easy enough. What if we added “drunk-goggles” to these activities? These are goggles specifically
made to distort the wearer’s vision as if they were very drunk
 
Wed
18
Feb

The Lady Dillos

The Lady Dillos claimed the District 27-AA Championship on Tuesday night and finished district play undefeated.
 
Wed
18
Feb

San Saba Tennis Report

On February 13, the San Saba Tennis team played in the Waco Robinson Tennis Tournament. There were 20 teams playing in the tournament. Playing in the tournament were Centerville, China Springs, Elkhart, Franklin,
Gatesville, Hamilton, Liberty Hill,c Lorena, Madisonville, Mexia, Waco Midway, Palestine, Plainview, Robinson, San Saba, Taylor, Thorndale, Waco High, and Whitney. Playing in the tournament for San Saba were, Abigail
Ingram, Brooke Nagle, Erika Vega, Alexis Lewis, Omar Argote , William Cooley, Bryon Riggs, Drew Daniel, Reigan Casco, J. D. Zapata, and Emiliano Zapata.
 
Wed
18
Feb

San Saba Power-Lifting Teams compete in Brady Invitational

The San Saba Power-lifting teams competed this last Thursday in the Brady Invitational. With over 200 lifters, and 22 schools represented, our kids continued to excel in this meet. This was the last week for our girls team
 
Wed
11
Feb

San Saba Tennis Report

The San Saba Tennis Team played in the Llano Tournament on February 5th & 6th. Teams playing in the tournament were San Saba, Llano, Liberty Hill, Hutto, Early, Fredericksburg JV, and Mason JV. Playing in Division I were Omar Argote, William Cooley, Drew Daniel, Bryan Riggs, Reigan Casco, Emiliano San Saba Tennis Report Zapata, Abigail Ingram, Brooke Nagle, A.J. Gamboa, and Erika Vega. Playing in Division II were Kirby McDuff, Alexis Lewis, Lexie Hayes, and J.D. Zapata.
 

 

Wed
11
Feb

San Saba High School students received their letter jackets

Pictured above are San Saba High School students who recently received their letter jackets for the fall. Congratulations Dillos. Front row: Megan Sanchez, Makayla Reed, Dynasty Saldivar, Juanita Rocha. Back row: Triston McGehee, Eduardo Vega, Kirby McDuff, Zach Brown, and Josh Lambert.
 

 

Wed
04
Feb

San Saba Power-Lifting Teams compete at Comanche Invitational

The San Saba Power-lifting teams competed this past Saturday at the Comanche Invitational. As usual, the kids did a great job, placing 4th as a team in both the boys and the girls division, out of  17 teams. Again this week our
teams were a little short-handed. Several lifters were still recovering from different illneses, and a couple were out with other school functions 
 

 

Wed
04
Feb

News From Cherokee ISD

The junior high Indians played at home this week against Lometa. The girls suffered a loss of 36-26 but put up a good fight. The boys played a back and forth game with Lometa and ended up with a victory. The final score was 33- 30. The Cherokee junior high tournament was held this weekend 
 

 

Wed
28
Jan

San Saba 7th and 8th grade band members

San Saba 7th and 8th grade band members competed in ATSSB Region 7 Middle School District Band competition on Friday, December 12. Earning chairs in the band were Tori Garcia, flute; Olivia Short, flute; Kaleigh Ellis,  flute; Audrey Nagle, french horn; and Omar Vega, baritone. Pictured back row (l-r): Ariana Cabrera, Jessica Gonzales,  Olivia Short, Cameron Hayes, Marissa Diaz, Tori Garcia, Raquel Rocha. Middle: Abigail Meador, Joseph Allen, Rocky Gonzales, Westin Lackey, Kira Moore, Wyatt Smith. Front: Audrey Nagle, Omar Vega, Emily Macias, Kaleigh Ellis 
 
 
Wed
28
Jan

Lady Dillo Basketball Report

By Alicia Cummings
 
The Lady Dillos picked up two more district wins this week  against Mason and Harper. Coming into this game, Mason and us were both undefeated in district play so we knew it would be a great game between two quality
teams. The game went back and forth and both teams exchanged leads throughout the game. However,  I was very proud of the wayour girls played in the present and didn’t get rattled when Mason went on a run. Basketball is a game of runs and you can’t spend time looking in the past or in the future, you have to stay in the  moment and take it one possessionat a time. I was very proud of our composure and leadership down the stretch. We stepped up and made some big plays and free throws that helped seal the victory. The Lady Dillos defeated Mason by a final score of 46-41. Scoring for the Lady Dillos were Vasquez 5, Trujillo 7, Maxcey 19, Saldivar 8, and Hibler 7.
 

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