School and Sports

Wed
11
Mar

San Saba Powerlifting Team competes in Regional Meet

The San Saba Boys and Girls Powerlifting teams had a busy week this last week of school before spring break. Our girls competed in the weather delayed Girls Regional Meet, on Tuesday in Gatesville. The boys traveled to Whitney for a Friday weigh in, and competed on Saturday in the Boys Regional Meet.

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Wed
04
Mar

Junior Lady Dillos win 2015 “Open League” Basketball Championship

by Oscar Zepeda

The San Saba Junior Lady Dillos (10-1) hosted and won the 2015 “Open League” championship on Saturday, February 21st. The tournament championship was the 50th for the JLD program which began in 2004. The Lady Dillos entered the tournament as the No. 1 seed and met No. 3 seed Fredericksburg (7-3) in the semi-final round of the tournament. Led by Jaedah Lamberts 10 points and good defensive play by Courtnee Cash, Kiley Cummings, and Kailey Brooks, the Lady Dillos advanced to the tournament championship by defeating Fredericksburg 19-5.

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Wed
04
Mar

San Saba Powerlifting Team to compete at Regional Meet

Daniel Rosales deadlift

By Coach Darryl Cash

The San Saba High School Powerlifting season has ended, but several of our kids will be competing this week at the Regional Meet, for the chance to compete at the State Meets held later this month. From our girl’s team, defending regional champion Andrea Jimenez, A.J. Gamboa, and Jaton Wooten will be competing. The girls meet has been moved twice due to bad weather.

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Wed
04
Mar

Richland Springs Junior High UIL results

Richland Springs Junior High students competed in the district meet in Eden, Texas on December 10, 2014. These students placed fourth of the eight teams in the meet. Pictured left to right are: Cameron Parham, Atrel Carlisle, Jared Martin, Jacey Gossett, Levi Shannon, Kamree Lewis, Santaiago Valdez, Jaianna Smith, Wade Appleton, Kimberley Nilson, Gracie Ashworth, and Lane Shannon. (not pictured Chase Gossett) “These students worked hard and competed well. Most of these students entered at least 5 events and

On December10, 2014, Richland Springs Junior High students journeyed to Eden to compete in the District UIL Academic Tournament. Students and teachers worked hard to prepare for academic competition. We commend the staff for their diligence in preparing the students for contest. Many thanks to them and to the UIL Coordinator, Nelson Smith.

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Wed
04
Mar

Richland Springs High School casts One Act Play

Cast Members of the Richland Springs 2015 OAP, The Lost Boy: Front Row, Left to Right: Belle Underwood, Jayden Braja, Brandon Tharp, Jacob Cohn, Bryan Salinas, Marci Martin, Tori Hill, Elizabeth Avila. Second Row, Left to Right: Maddie Nettleship, Colt Carlisle, Jordan Gossett, Emaleigh Mack, Paige Sloan, Breann Hellner, Lexus Neal. Back Row, Left to Right: Peyton Sloan, Nash Moore, Joseph Tarazon, Jacque Tarazon, Nathan Allen, Chris Lindermann.

By Patsy Hall

The Lost Boy by Ronald Gabriel Paolillo will be the 2015 One Act Play for RSHS. The play is set in 1903 in London and Scotland. This period-specific and insightful look into the life and times of Scottish author Sir James M. Barrie weaves the author’s life into the Peter Pan fantasy in a fresh new approach. The play has achieved acclaim in the United States, as well as abroad. James Barrie is played by Bryan Salinas, a junior while the parts of Peter Pan and Davey are played by sophomore, Peyton Sloan. Barrie actually based the character of Peter Pan upon his deceased brother, Davey.

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Wed
04
Mar

Garrett Welch named to 2015 FCA All-Star Festival squad

Garrett Welch of San Saba High School has been chosen as part of the men's basketball squad to participate in the 16th annual Big Country Chevy Dealers Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Festival. Parents are Ron and Robin Welch of San Saba. He was one of the over 260 area student athletes selected for the games that benefit the Big Country Area Office of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Representing approximately 60 area schools, the rosters for the North and South squads were announced at a Press Conference on Sun., Feb. 15, 2015 at Beltway Park Baptist Church in Abilene, TX.

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Wed
25
Feb
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.
 

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