School and Sports

Wed
28
Jan

Armadillo Basketball Report

By Ron Welch
 
The Armadillo basketball went 1-1 this week in District play. On Jan. 20, we host Mason. In the first quarter the Dillos started out hot making their first two shots of the game. Mason then settled in and hit a couple of threes in the
first quarter and led 16-13 after one quarter. In the second quarter the Dillos went cold and only scored four points, and Mason increased their lead to 26-17 at the  half. The third quarter was another defensive struggle, but the
Dillos started clawing their way back into the game holding Mason to only 2 points in third quarter.  Mason led 28-25 after three quarters. Much of the same in the fourth quarter but the Dillos outscored Mason in the fourth
Wed
21
Jan

Cherokee Jr. High Basketball

Angel Gonzales,Cherokee Junior High, handling the ball
 
Wed
21
Jan

Junior High Dillo Basketball Report

The Junior High Dillo Basketball teams have had a great first half of the season. There are 27 boys playing basketball for us this season and they have been working their tails off every morning for the last month and a half 
 
Wed
14
Jan

JV Lady Dillos win three more

By Sharon Perry
 
The San Saba Junior Varsity Lady Dillos defeated Dublin at home on January the 2nd, 2015, 51-20, led by Analyn Bohensky with 14 points, Raley Kirk with 12 points and Bailie Santeufemia with 11 points. Dynasty Saldivar has 8 points and Makayla Reed and Baylee Williams each had 3 points. On the following Tuesday, January 6, we took a long road trip to Blum, to get a huge win, 73-12. Raley Kirk led the way with 25 points and 13 rebounds and 3 steals.
 

 

Wed
14
Jan

Jr. High Lady Dillos Basketball

San Saba 8th girls Tournament Champions. Back Row Left to Right: Olivia Short, Kirsten Jimenez, Linzey Maxcey, Hannah Osbourn, Brenna Chambers. Front Row Bailie Franks, Marissa Diaz, Ashlynn Cash, Kira Moore.
 

 

Wed
14
Jan

News From Cherokee ISD

Kellen Everett with a nice looking 3-point shot
By Kari Owen
 
Welcome back to school everyone! I hope that everyone enjoyed their break and got to spend some quality time with their families. But alas, we are back to normal for the winter/spring stretch. If last semester is any indicator on how this semester will go, it’s going to be a great second half! Our junior high basketball teams went to Cranfills Gap on Monday, but the girls were unable to play due to a lack of Cranfills Gap players. The boys played through and came out with a convincing win of 36-13.
 

 

Wed
14
Jan

Coyote Pride

Lady Coyotes played Santa Anna on Friday, January 9, 2015. Lady Coyotes won 69-34. High scores: Jordan Gossett with 23 points, Hailee Ashworth with 22 points; Tori Hill with 8 points; Bralei Lusty with 7 points; Paige Sloan with 3 points; and Shana Underwood, Emily Mack, and Brittany Bush sharing 2 points each. Pictured: #42 Hailee Ashworth goes up for two points.
By Don Fowler, RSISD Superintendent
 
January is School Board Recognition month. Take this opportunity to help acknowledge thousands of public servants who make the time to share their vision and voice about the future of Texas children. A special thanks to our board members: Pres. Jason Lewis, V. Pres. Kay McKee, Secretary Tana Lusty, Sally Gossett, Ann Reyes, Steven Tharp, and Rennie Mann. The San Saba County Stock Show will begin Friday, January 16th. Gerald McKee says Richland Springs should be well represented in this year’s stock show, both in quality of animals and the number of participants.
 
Wed
07
Jan

Armadillo Basketball Report

The Armadillos had a busy  week of basketball last week playing four games in five days. We played in the May Tournament Dec. 29-31, and hosted Dublin on Jan. 2.
 
Wed
31
Dec

HPU’s accreditation reaffirmed for the next decade

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) announced during its annual meeting this week that the accreditation for Howard Payne University has been reaffirmed for the next ten years. HPU has been accredited by the Commission on Colleges since 1948.
 

 

Wed
24
Dec

Dental Assistant Students receive McLean Scholarship

The Lampasas County Higher Education Center (LCHEC) is pleased to announce that two W.J. McLean scholarships of $350.00 each were awarded to two of LCHEC's dental assistant students, who will graduate this
month. Their names are Kristin Thompson and Chantay Hibler. The McLean scholarship is sponsored by W.J. McLean of Lampasas
 

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