School and Sports

Wed
18
Oct
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Coyotes unseat Riders of Fort Worth 84-36

By Mike Cohn 

Wed
11
Oct
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Seventh grade Dillos hook Harper Longhorns 22-6

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

San Saba’s Seventh Grade Dillos traveled to Harper Thursday afternoon and came home with an exciting 22-6 victory. Both teams played pretty evenly for over three quarters before the Dillos took the lead.

San Saba kicked to Harper to begin the contest. The Dillo Defense led by Jaxzen Mask, Aiden Martinez,Dylan Ware, Zuriel Herrera, Noah Martinez, Tegen Saiz, Daylon Smith, Jesus Betancourt, Christian Ramirez, Tyler Johnson, Rene Guerrero, and Ivan Canedo forced the Horns to give up the pigskin.

 

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Wed
11
Oct
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Last week was a short but very busy week here at Cherokee ISD. The fifth graders went to San Saba for Agricultural Safety Day. They had a lot of fun and learned so much. A big thanks goes to the LCRA for putting this event together each year.

In sports news, the junior high football team played against Zephyr here in Cherokee. In the first quarter Eric Miller scored 3 touchdowns.

 

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Wed
04
Oct
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San Saba defeats Valley Mills

Quarterback Sean O’Keefe receives the ball as #74 Damon Ramos and #61 Ernesto Aguirre prepare to block. Photo by Buddy Whitley

 

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Wed
04
Oct
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Richland Springs clobber Concordia of Round Rock.....72-13

By Mike Cohn

Wed
04
Oct
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Paper Clover Campaign comes to Tractor Supply Co.

By Melanie Potter

Each spring and fall, Tractor Supply helps raise money for 4-H programs with the Paper Clover Campaign, a national in-store fundraiser that benefits 4-H programming. The fall Paper Clover Campaign will be coming to San Saba during October 4th through October 15th.

Customers have the opportunity to purchase paper clovers for $1.00 or more during checkout. At the end of the campaign, 90% of the funds raised will benefit the local 4-H youth development program activities, such as local camps and after-school programs, and grant scholarships for 4-H youth in Texas, as well as the San Saba community.

 

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Wed
20
Sep
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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
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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
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San Saba Cross Country results

by Coach Brandy Eckerman

Wed
13
Sep
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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.

 

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