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Wed
15
Nov
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San Saba Varsity vs Hamilton Bulldogs

by Coach Jerod Fikac

San Saba Varsity vs Hamilton Bulldogs

 

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Wed
15
Nov
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Eighth Dillos bite Hamilton Bulldogs 22-0

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

The San Saba Eighth Grade Dillos rolled to a 22-0 shutout of the Hamilton Eighth Grade Bulldogs at Rogan Field Thursday night. The Eighth Dillos finished the season with 4 wins and 4 losses. They were competitive in every came. We only had 14 players and played almost half the season with 12 due to injuries. They worked hard and played hard and we are extremely proud of them.

Hamilton kicked to the Dillos to begin. Adan Huron returned the kick 20 yards. Leonardo Hillario ran for 5. A penalty added 15. Hilario ran for 5, then 3. Wesley Lackey’s 15 yard run was cancelled by a holding penalty. A pass from Lackey to Franco Franco netted 30 yards. Hilario ran for 3, 4, 4 more. Lackey sneaked in from the 3. Huron made the extra points. 8-0 Dillos. San Saba kicked to Hamilton.

 

Wed
15
Nov
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Seventh Dillos blank Hamilton 44-0

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

San Saba’s Seventh grade Dillos ended their 2017 Football season with a convincing 44-0 win over Hamilton at Rogan Field Thursday evening.

The young Dillos had a fine season with 4 wins 2 losses and a tie. It was a complete domination of Hamilton as San Saba never punted and Hamilton never made a first down.

 

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Wed
08
Nov
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Varsity Armadillos vs DeLeon

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The San Saba Armadillos took on the #3 DeLeon Bearcats on Friday night. The team fought hard against a very good opponent but couldn’t come away with the victory. The loss drops the Dillos record to 3-6 on the season with one game left to play. The offense got the ball inside the red zone 3 times in the first half but could only come away with 7 points.

 

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Wed
08
Nov
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Richland Springs' 7th/8th grades to present One Act Play

By Patsy Hall - English, Speech, Theatre District OAP Chair - RSHS

The Richland Springs ISD 7th and 8th grades will present their One Act Play (OAP), The Steadfast Tin Soldier by Herman Ammann, on Tuesday, November 14th, in the Richland Springs Cafetorium. A fajita meal will be served at 6:00 p.m. and the play will begin at 7:00. The cost is a donation to help pay for costumes, props, royalties, and play scripts. This is the only fund raiser for the Richland Springs Junior High One Act Play.

They play is based upon the fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson, and it is a show for children, as well as adults. The Tin Soldier is steadfast and dauntless, and it is his real heart that makes him "have a heart."

 

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Wed
01
Nov
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Seventh Dillos route Hico Tigers 40-12

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

The Seventh Grade Dillos defeated the Hico Seventh Grade Tigers by a score of 40-12 at Rogan Field Thursday evening. The Dillos offense and defense really played well.

Hico kicked to San Saba opening the first quarter. Rene Guerrero had runs of 5, 7, 8, then lost 5. Tegen Saiz raced for 20. Ivan Caneo added 5. Guerrero went for 6, Canedo 2, Guerrero 4, Saiz 3 and then Saiz sneaked in for a touchdown. Guerrero added the extra points. 8-0 Dillos. The line of Milton Johnson, Cristian Ramirez, Jesus Betancourt, Dylan Ware and Aiden Martinez opened holes for the backs.

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Wed
01
Nov
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Eighth grade Dillos outrun Hico 24-18

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

The San Saba Eighth Grade Dillos defeated the Hico Eighth Grade Tigers by a score of 24-18 in a seesaw battle between two good teams at Rogan Field Thursday night.

Hico kicked to San Saba. San Saba ran three plays and punted. The Dillo Defense of Leonardo Hillario, Franco Franco, Scott Lovingood, Austin Smith, Cooper Moreno, Leonel Aranda, Ty Robertson, Florencio Esquivel, Elias Bessent, Adan Huron and Wesley Lackey forced a turnover. Leonardo Hilario had runs of 10 and 15 yards. Franco added 5. Hilario broke for a 30 yard touchdown. Lackey ran in the extra points.

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Wed
25
Oct
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

It has been a busy month here at Cherokee ISD so I was unable to get an article out last week. I did want to give a football update, even though it is a little delayed. The junior high team continued to score big but was unable to snag the win last week against Medina. The final score was 51-75 with the Indians coming up short. The high school team played against Cedar Park Summit at Leander Rouse High School. In the first quarter, Damon Campbell scored on a 25 yard run. Kagen Hernandez recovered a fumble. Kellen Everett made a 46 yard touchdown pass to Hernandez. Campbell ran in a touchdown run of 26 yards. Summit completed a touchdown pass to bring the score to 18-8 in favor of the Indians. Kohlton Harding scored on a kickoff return and the PAT was good. Summit scored again with a pass.

 

Wed
25
Oct
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Cherokee’s Blaize Lopez running down the field

Cherokee’s Blaize Lopez running down the field

 

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Wed
18
Oct
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Dillos drop game to Goldthwaite

By Coach Jerod Fikac 

The Armadillos got out to a slow start on Friday and couldn’t come back to earn their 4th win of the season. With the loss, the Dillos drop to 3-3 on the season and 1-1 in District play.

The offense accumulated 231 yards of total offense with 118 through the air and 113 on the ground. Sean O’Keefe was the leading rusher with 65 yards, followed by Josh Lambert with 42. Joseph Watson led receivers with 3 catches for 48 yards.

Touchdowns for the Dillos came on a 10-yard pass from O’Keefe to Cole Tupin in the 2nd quarter and from O’Keefe who ran in for a 1-yard touchdown in the 4th quarter. The defense was led by Eric Argote who had 12 tackles, along with Sakima Herrera and Josh Lambert, who both recorded 10 tackles.

 

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