School and Sports

Wed
20
Jan

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen 

Nice shot by Debra Arredondo

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Wed
20
Jan

SSHS Cheer competes at UIL State Spirit Championships

The San Saba High School Cheerleaders attended the first ever UIL State Spirit Championships in Arlington, Texas on Thursday, January 14, 2016. The girls competed in a game day style preliminary competition round in three categories: fight song, band dance and crowd-leading cheer.

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Wed
13
Jan

Brandon Tharp’s

Brandon Tharp’s speed and quickness on the floor proved too much for Santa Anna.

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Wed
13
Jan

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen 

District basketball play began for the Indians last week but before that, the junior high boys and girls both played against Cranfills Gap. The girls were victorious with a final score of 29-16. The boys did not fare as well and lost with a score of 36- 12. The high school boys played in San Saba Tuesday night. 

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Wed
06
Jan

Armadillo Basketball Report

By Ron Welch

The Armadillos got back into the swing of things last week after a few days off for Christmas. We played in the May Tournament on Dec. 28-30. We struggled offensively in the first two games of the tournament. We played Baird in the first round and only managed 19 points in the game.

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Wed
06
Jan

JV Lady Dillos win big over Dublin

By Coach Sharon Perry

The JV Lady Dillos travelled north on Saturday, January 2, 2016, to defeat Dublin 56-13. Playing seven strong and all seven scoring, Raley Kirk led the attack with 15 points. Our fearless Point Guard, Hannah Osbourn and strong Post, Kirsten Jimenez also scored double digits with 10 each!

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Wed
30
Dec

San Saba Middle School Canned Food Drive

The San Saba Middle School Student Council hosted a canned food drive to benefit the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas during the last week leading up to the winter break. Each grade level competed to bring in the most nonperishable food cans as a fun and engaging way to help fill our area distribution center with healthy food donations.

 

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Wed
30
Dec

7th grade Dillos vs. Mason Punchers

By: Courtnee Cash

On Monday, December 7, the San Saba 7th grade boys basketball team played the Mason Punchers at home. The young Dillos earned yet another win beating the punchers 48-6. The boys had a somewhat slow start offensively, ending the first quarter with a 5-2 lead. However, the Dillos played great defense, only allowing one basket. Christian Van Bibber, and Eleu Davila led the defensive hustle for the Dillos.

 

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Thu
17
Dec

Jr High Lady Dillos Report

The JH Lady Dillos have been very busy lately. Both 7th and 8th grade teams participated in the Lampasas Tournament December 4th and 5th. The 7th grade team consisting of: Kylie Cummings, Courtnee Cash, Jaden Owens, Hannah Devora, Braycie Vickery, Katelyn Bohensky, Brighton Adams, Sara Saint and Kynedi Isham were Tournament Champions. They won their first game against Llano B with a score of 48-10. Cummings led the game with 14 points. Bohensky, Cash, and Vickery tied for rebounds and Vickery led in steals. In the second game of the tournament the Lady Dillos beat Lampasas B team with a score of 34-18. Courtnee Cash led the team in scoring with 13 points and also finished the game with most steals. Hannah Devora led in rebounds. They met Lampasas A team in the Championship game and won with a score of 32-18. Courtnee Cash finished the game with 20 points and also led the team in steals and rebounds.

 

Thu
17
Dec

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

It was a busy weekend here in Cherokee with a basketball tournament taking place on our court. Many people band together to make this event a success each year. We thank Keith Davis for overseeing the cooking for the weekend. We thank Kristy Perry for coordinating our hospitality room. We always want our guests to feel welcomed with full bellies! We would also like to thank Kaci and Tommy Morrison for being in charge of basketball concessions. We are grateful to everyone who brought food for the concession stand and/or the hospitality room. There are numerous other people to thank because we have such a supportive community! We couldn’t do it without each and every one of you!

 

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