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Wed
13
Jun
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JLD sweeps 7th grade division at South Taylor Shootout

6th/7th JLD (42-8) traveled to Tuscola, Texas on Saturday, June 9th, and swept the 7th Grade Girls Division of the 2018 South Taylor Shootout held on the Jim Ned ISD Campus. JLD faced tournament host Jim Ned in their first game of the day. A 9-point first half by Kelton Wright would give JLD a 14-2 lead and give them their first win of the day by a score of 22-10. Scoring for JLD was Kelton Wright with 9 points, Rihanna Morgan with 5 points, Jenna Lambert with 4 points, Cinzlea Stanton and Macy Sebastain with 2 points each.

San Angelo would be the second opponent for JLD. JLD would take an 18-5 lead into halftime behind Kelton Wright's 9 points. JLD would then cruise to a 35-10 win and pick up their second win of the day.

 

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Wed
13
Jun
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JLD sweeps 8th grade division at South Taylor Shootout

7th/8th JLD (15-6) traveled to Tuscola, Texas on Friday, June 8th, and swept the 8th Grade Girls Division of the 2018 South Taylor Shootout basketball tournament held on the Jim Ned ISD Campus. JLD faced Wylie in their first game of the day and came out with a 22-13 win.

Scoring for JLD was Madison Shahan and Kelton Wright with 7 points each, Lexy Amthor with 6 points, and Virginia Diaz with 2 points. Tanner Proffitt would lead JLD defensively. Wall would be the second opponent for JLD. JLD would take a 16-6 lead into halftime and pick up their second win of the day by a score of 27-15.

 

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Wed
06
Jun
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San Saba School Spotlights

Thirty-three seniors graduated on Friday, May 25th at Armadillo Arena for San Saba High School. The ceremony was set to take place at Rogan Field and a terrible storm rolled in about 8:30 p.m. The ceremony was changed at 7:52 p.m. to Armadillo Arena. As many know, the storm was devastating and had a terrible effect on San Saba County, especially Richland Springs. It has been a tough couple of weeks. The graduation ceremony took place in Armadillo Arena but it was very tense as the storm rolled through San Saba County. All seniors in San Saba County have graduated and summer has started, but there is still much work to be done.

 

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Wed
06
Jun
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5th/6th Grade JLD wins Hill Country Shootout

JLD (38-6) traveled to Fredericksburg, Texas on Saturday, May 19th, to take part in the 2018 Hill Country Shootout and picked up their 8th tournament championship of the season.

With 3 starters unable to make the trip, JLD struggled to keep consistency in the game plan but managed to pull out a 19-2 win over San Angelo in the opening round of the tournament. Kelton Wright scored 7 points, while Macy Sebastain and Rihanna Morgan scored 6 points each to round out the scoring.

 

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Wed
30
May
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5th/6th Grade Jr. Lady Dillos continues to Roll

San Saba 5th/6th Grade JLD (33-5) rolled into Veribest, Texas on Saturday May 5th and picked up their fifth tournament championship in a row and improved their winning streak to 17 games in a row.

JLD 32, San Angelo 16 – Kelton Wright scored 18 points, Jenna Lambert 10 points, Aaliyah Patino and Cinzlea Stanton scored 2 points each and good defensive play by Rihanna Morgan led JLD to the opening round victory. JLD made 4 out of 4 free throws for the game.

JLD 29, Veribest 24 – JLD led 16-7 at halftime but several key turnovers and good defensive play by Veribest allowed the Lady Falcons to get within 5 points of tying the game.

 

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Wed
30
May
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HPU freshman receives Sheriffs' Association of Texas scholarship

William Ratliff, Howard Payne University (HPU) freshman from Kyle, has been awarded a scholarship by the Sheriffs' Association of texas. Sheriff Vance Hill of Brown County presented the award to Ratliff during a luncheon held at the end of the spring 2018 semester.

Ratliff is a criminal justice major and a member of the HPU Yellow Jacket football team.

"I would like to thank the Sheriffs' Association for granting me this scholarship and Sheriff Hill for presenting it to me," said Ratliff.

 

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Wed
23
May
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Powder Puff Football participants

 

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Wed
23
May
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San Saba ISD State Qualifiers 2017 - 2018

Girls CC:
State Runner-Up
Brighton Adams-4th
Kylee Eckermann-12th
Kaleigh Ellis-13th
Courtnee Cash-15th
Isabel Vega
Abigail Jimenez
Christina Robles
Boys CC:
Enrique Davila: 60th
UIL Accounting:
State Team 3rd
Analyn Bohensky-3rd individual

 

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Wed
16
May
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San Saba Soil & Water Conservation District #250 Conservation - Essay/Poster Contest 2018 Winners

Richland Springs students compete in Soil & Water Conservation Contest - Front Row: Junior Division Essay Contest: Piper Moats (2nd place), Tori Colvin (1st place), and Jeremiah Usery (3rd place); Back Row: Senior Division of Essay Contest : Juliana Moore (2nd place), Madison Ford (3rd place), and Dawson Crysler (1st place).

 

 

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Wed
16
May
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Lady Dillos put up strong showing at State Meet

By Alicia Cummings

For the fourth straight year, the Lady Dillos got to end their season on the biggest stage for high school track and field; the State Meet in Austin. The Lady Dillos sent six athletes to the State meet in seven events; the most ever for our program.

To start the meet, Analyn Bohensky competed in the 2A Pole Vault. This was Analyn’s fourth straight appearance and she was determined to jump her personal best. Analyn did just that. She cleared 12’0”, a personal record, and the same height as the State Champion but the places came down to misses. Analyn placed 4th but it was certainly a special day and a tremendous effort!

The next day, Kaleigh Ellis would get the day started for the Lady Dillos as she ran the 3200 meter run that morning. This was Kaleigh’s third straight appearance at State and she ran a strong race in a field with tough competition. Kaleigh finished 5th place in the 2A 3200 meter run!

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