School and Sports

Wed
20
Sep

News From Cherokee ISD

Kellen Everett running the ball . . .

Last week was a great week to be an Indian! Our junior high cross country teams went to Brownwood and competed against some larger schools. For the boys, Matthew Gass placed 19th. Kase Bordner placed 28th, and Joey Bond placed 29th. The girls’ team placed 7th overall with contributions from Sydnie Bond, Laci Wagenr, Skyla Shannon, Kathy Shannon, Skylar Harris, and Gracie Perry.

The junior high football team played Prairie Lea in a home game on Friday evening. The game was a tight match. The Cherokee Indians were trailing by only one point at the half. In the 3rd quarter, Kase Bordner recovered a fumble and Eric Miller scored a touchdown with a 32 yard run.

 

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Wed
20
Sep

Richland Springs Coyotes defeat Wellman-Union Wildcats

COYOTE OFFENSE PROVED POTENT AGAINST WELLMAN- UNION - #22 Landon Burkhart on the receiving end of a TD pass.

 

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Wed
13
Sep

San Saba Cross Country results

by Coach Brandy Eckerman

Wed
13
Sep

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

It was another great week here at Cherokee ISD! Progress reports went out this week. If you did not get one, discuss this with your student and then contact Mrs. Kroll in the office for a copy. Don’t forget, progress reports are not set-in-stone grades. They can be changed one way or another. Even though your child’s education needs to be the responsibility of the student, you play a very important role. They need your guidance. Thank you for all you do and we hope you will take progress report time as an opportunity to establish a dialogue with your child’s teachers.

In sports news, our junior high girls’ cross country team placed 5th at their meet this weekend. The team consists of Brissa Baugh, Sydnie Bond, Laci Wagner, Skyla Shannon, Kathy Shannon, and Gracie Perry.

 

Wed
06
Sep

San Saba JV start season with big win over Winters

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The 2017 Dillo football season was started off with a bang when the Dillo JV team traveled to Winters on Thursday August 31st and came away with at 38-6 victory. The game started off on the wrong side of things with the Dillo’s fumbling the opening kickoff and allowing the Blizzards to return it for a touchdown. That would be all the scoring the Blizzard’s would do though as the defense would dominate from there. The defense was led by great play from Risien Shahan, Bladen Calley, Juan Ramirez, and Kolt Sloan. The offense didn’t take long to get started when Risien Shahan connected with Logan Glover for a 30-yard touchdown pass. Shahan then used his legs to run in the next score from 18 yards out.

 

Wed
06
Sep

Armadillos open 2017 with 42-7 victory over the Blizzards

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The San Saba Armadillos opened up the 2017 campaign with a 42-7 victory over the Winters Blizzards on Friday Night. The Dillo’s used sound defense and an explosive offense to get their first victory of the season. The defense set the tone of the game with an opening stop. It took the offense one play to get on the board when Sean O’Keefe hit Elijah Salinas on a screen pass and Salinas took it down the sideline for a 37 yard score. The Blizzard’s got on the board on their next position but that was the only time they would see the end zone as the Dillo defense tightened up and did not allow another score. The defense forced three turnovers on the night with a fumble recovery by #21 Erik Argote, and interceptions by #10 Ruben Parra and #22 Sakima Herrera.

 

Wed
30
Aug

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

The school year is in full swing now and is going great! We are so excited to see so many returning students and staff and we welcome all the new faces as well.

The high school football team had a great night Friday as they scrimmaged Nueces Canyon. Kellen Everett made a 40 yard touchdown as well as a 34 yard touchdown. Kagen Hernandez ran in a 45 yard touchdown. Christian Miller scored a touchdown from a pass made by Jesse Sterling. Another member of our football team scored 2 back to back touchdowns. Everett made a 77 yard touchdown pass to Kohlton Harding. Harding also made an interception and ran in the touchdown. Hernandez scored a touchdown from an 8 yard pass from Everett. This duo contributed to another touchdown.

 

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Wed
23
Aug

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owennurse 

School is officially back in session here at Cherokee ISD! The teachers have been busily preparing for this day for two weeks. It sure is nice to see the kids roaming the halls again!

The new school year has brought some new faces to Cherokee ISD. We officially welcome Jennifer Bordner as our new principal as she was our Dean of Students last year. We have also added Lisabeth Belinoski as our science and ELA teacher for junior high. Carrie Franco is our Dean of Students and school nurse. Amy Randolph is our new 3rd-5th grade math teacher. We are so blessed to have each and every one of these new staff members. Welcome to Cherokee!

 

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Wed
23
Aug

Farmers’ Almanac predicts winter weather buffet

By Gene Hall 

It’s a hot Texas summer, but I’m thinking about winter—longing for cooler temperatures and a rain shower or two.

The Farmers’ Almanac’s annual winter prediction came out last week, and it has some of that in the forecast.

It says Texas should be prepared for wild swings in the weather—from very cold to very warm. The forecast gurus also anticipate calm conditions mixed in with some turbulent spells.

 

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Wed
09
Aug

Dilloettes bring home awards from Drill Team Camp

Submitted by Colleen Womack

The San Saba Dilloettes recently attended a three-day American Dance Drill Team camp held at Armadillo Arena. The Dilloettes did an outstanding job and learned many routines as well as different dance techniques. Awards were presented on the last day as follows:

 

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