School and Sports

Wed
27
Nov

Coyotes collapse...Calvert advances to Quarterfinals

By Mike Cohn.

Wed
27
Nov

San Saba ISD 2013 Football Sweethearts and Beaus

Left to right - Cheerleader Allison Nettleship, Kicker Rodney Ortiz, Quarterback Kelan Verette, Dilloette Morgan Jimenez.
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Wed
20
Nov

Richland Springs advances to the Area Playoffs

The Coyotes advance to the area round against Calvert this Saturday at 4:00 p.m. at Hico

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Wed
20
Nov

San Saba Area Homeschool Group participated in Operation Christmas Child

San Saba Area Homeschool Group participated in Operation Christmas Child sponsored by the Samaritans Purse. We packed shoeboxes full of goodies for impoverished kids throughout the world. Some of the goodies  included a soccer ball, stuffed animals, bible story books, card games, pencils, toothbrushes, and chapstick. This is an effort to provide kids with Christmas gifts who wouldn’t normally receive a gift and get to them
the word of God. Pictured (l to r) Hazel Hibler, Kolt and Kort Turner, Kyla and Casey Hibler. 
 
Wed
13
Nov

Richland Springs Junior High Coyotes are District 13 Champions

The JH Coyotes were undefeated in district play in 2013. CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!!

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Wed
13
Nov

Award winning San Saba Golden Armadillo Band

The San Saba Golden Armadillo Band was given a standing ovation while entering Rogan Field as the #5 1A band in the State of Texas. They were lead on the field by Drum Majors Mikayla Eden and Nickie Ortiz.
 
Wed
13
Nov

Armadillo season ends 33-15

The football season for the San Saba Armadillos came to an end last Friday night at historic Rogan Field. Needing to defeat the De Leon Bearcats by 14 points to earn a playoff berth for the 5th consecutive year, the Armadillos
fell to the Bearcats 33-15. De Leon won the toss and deferred to the second half. San Saba began the game at the 33 yard line after the kickoff. The Armadillos gained a first down before having to punt the ball. Kelan Verette kicked the ball and it was downed at the Bearcat 5 yard line.
 
Wed
06
Nov

Junior Coyotes cut Blanket JH down to size .....36-20

The Richland Springs Junior High Coyotes put on an inspiring display of heart and True Grit against the Blanket Junior High Tigers last Thursday night at Coyote Field in Richland Springs. It was a classic David and Goliath story as the Tigers were BIG and I mean really BIG!!! These boys weren’t just kids that were slow and overweight. They were tall and lean and athletic, definitely future customers of Bubba’s Big and Tall Menswear in downtown Blanket. The Coyotes just kept cutting and chopping and blocking and tackling until these mighty Tigers became just another victim of the historic Coyote football program.
 
Wed
06
Nov

HOW BOUT THEM COYOTES !!!!

By Mike Cohn
 
The Richland Springs Coyotes held off the Blanket Tigers last Friday night in Blanket to clinch their 13th consecutive district title. For the third week in a row, the Coyotes were pushed into the waning minutes of the fourth quarter, before finally securing the victory. For the Coyote Faithful, accustomed to many years of halftime mercy rule victories, the last few weeks have been very stressful. The Cardiac Coyotes of 2013 feature 3 freshman with significant playing time, a first year sixman sophomore and 2 juniors with very little varsity experience. The never-say-die Coyotes make up for their lack of experience with a whole truckload of heart and desire to win. That particular trait seems to be common among the footballers that drink the water in Richland Springs. Or, maybe its the Kool-Aid, served by Coaches Burkhart, Rogers, Tipton, and Ethridge???
 
Wed
30
Oct

San Saba Cross Country News

By Coach Lasley.

On October 23rd our high school and middle school cross country teams traveled to Hico’s Bluebonnet Country Club for the District 15-1A championships and brought home plaques in every divisions we entered. Out of the eleven teams in the District there is no doubt that San Saba is the most selfish. These athletes just do not want to share awards with any of the other schools in the district. Just kidding! Honestly they work their tails off and enjoyed and celebrated success in all divisions.
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