School and Sports

Wed
24
Apr
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6th annual Heart-of-Texas High School Music Festival

The 6th annual Heart-of-Texas High School Music Festival will be held on April 27th at the Wau-Bau-See Ranch at Camp San Saba in Brady Texas. This festival was created for the sole purpose of generating funds to give to surrounding high school academic teams. San Saba High School has been included in this for the first time this year.

We would like to send out a huge thank-you to the following local sponsors for supporting our academic team this year: Old Man Scary Cellars, Arrowhead Bank, the Rotary Club, Heart-of-Texas Ford, ReKiRa Enterprises, and Everett’s Furniture.

 

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Wed
24
Apr
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SSHS takes District 27-AA Runner-Up in Academics

San Saba High School hosted the UILAcademic Meet last week and took the Runner-Up spot. Our students have been working all year on their events and 17 of them will be competing in the Regional Meet in Corpus Christi on April 12th-13th.

2019 District 27-AA Results Spelling & Vocabulary –

1st place TEAM

Brenna Chambers – 1st

Mia Kilman – 2nd

Victor Patino – 5th

Kaylee Eidson – 6th

 

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Thu
11
Apr
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Deadline nears for COC scholarship apps

The application deadline for the 2019 Young Civic Leadership Scholarship is quickly approaching! All applications for these scholarships from San Saba County Chamber of Commerce must be submitted by Monday, April 15th.

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Thu
11
Apr
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Lady Dillos capture third straight District Track Title

The Lady Dillos won the District 27-AA track meet in dominating fashion as they scored 226 points with the next closest team scoring 154 points. The Lady Dillos swept all three relays on their way to capturing their third straight District title.

 

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Thu
11
Apr
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Coyote Pride

Education is the key to a highly skilled workforce. Education of our students provides for future economic growth for individuals and families, our communities and state. It’s a step toward upward mobility. However, college can be expensive and leads to student debt. These are challenges that must be overcome and should be addressed early while the students are still in high school.

 

 

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Thu
11
Apr
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7th/8th JLD wins Austin Lady Magic Basketball Invitational

San Saba 7th/8th JLD (3-0) traveled to Georgetown, Texas on Saturday, April 6th, to take part in the 2019 Austin Lady Magic Basketball Invitational. JLD would start pool play against the tournament host, Austin Lady Magic.

 

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Wed
03
Apr
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News From Cherokee ISD

Over the weekend, the high school track teams traveled to Hico to compete against 11 other schools.

Here are results for the boys:

• Bailey Bingham placed 1st in the 800 meter run, 5th in the 3200 meter run and 5th in the mile run.

• Erick Miller placed 2nd in the 100 meter dash and 6th in the 200 meter dash.

 

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Wed
20
Mar
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Lady Coyotes win Eden Tournament

Our Lady Coyotes played good as a team and walked away with more hardware for the Coyote trophy case.

They put together one of their better team efforts of the year.

Our Lady Coyotes also claimed the top two Medalist spots as well. Kamree Lewis won first place followed by teammate Gracie Ashworth with a second place finish.

When Coach Ashworth was asked about his thoughts after winning the Eden Tournament he stated, “It was a windy day in Eden, which showed the girls the difference in club selection when hitting into the wind. The greens also had some break to them, so that was good practice for our up and coming tournament in Glen Rose at Squaw Valley.”.

 

 

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Wed
20
Mar
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Richland Springs High School One Act Play individual awards at District competition held March 7

The Anatomies Company will now perform for Bi-District on Friday, March 22nd, in Hamilton at Hamilton High School in the Chandler Craig Auditorium. Richland Springs is the first play to perform and will perform at 3:00. Please come support these young people and witness the product of their long hours of work and learning.

 

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Thu
14
Mar
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Coyote golfers fall short of medaling but improve scores

Our Richland Springs Coyote golf team was short handed with only 2 players making the trip to Junction. The other boys were busy showing at the Houston Livestock Show or acting at the District One Act Play contest. The wonderful challenges of small schools, but we wouldn’t trade it for the world or have it any other way! God Bless our small schools!

The two Coyote golfers that attended the Junction Invitational were Lane Shannon & Jadeyn Bryant.

 

 

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