School and Sports

Wed
17
May

7th/8th grade Jr Lady Dillos wins championship at Round Rock

7th/8th Grade JLD (3-0) won the 2017 Round Rock Basketball Tournament championship last Saturday May 13 held at the Round Rock Sports Center in Round Rock, Texas. This was the first tournament of the summer season for the Lady Dillos. The Lady Dillos opened up tournament play with a 37-11 win over Leander Extreme. Kiley Cummings led all scorers with 7 points, followed by Alyssa Smith 6 points, Landri Glover 5 points, Jaedah Lambert and Sawyer Wright with 4 points each, Brighton Adams and Jaycie Everett with 3 points each, and Braycie Vickery with 2 points. In the second round, the Lady Dillos defeated Austin Lady Magic 132 by a score of 31-13. Scoring for the Lady Dillos were Kiley Cummings 8 points, Jaedah Lambert and Braycie Vickery with 5 points each, Courtnee Cash, Landri Glover, and Sawyer Wright with 4 points each, and Jaycie Everett with 1 point.

 

Wed
17
May

5th/6th grade Jr Lady Dillos finish second at Round Rock

5th/6th Grade JLD (34-2) placed second at the 2017 Round Rock Basketball Tournament last Saturday May 13 held at the Round Rock Sports Center in Round Rock, Texas. The Lady Dillos opened up tournament play with a 27-18 win over Austin Lady Magic. Kelton Wright led all scorers with 11 points, followed by Madison Shahan 9 points, Lexy Amthor 6 points, and Jenna Lambert 1 point. In the second round, the Lady Dillos defeated San Marcos Impact by a score of 27-24. Scoring for the Lady Dillos were Kelton Wright 10 points, Madison Shahan 6 points, Olivia Lebow 5 points, Jenna Lambert and Virginia Diaz with 3 points each.

 

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Wed
10
May

Armadillo Baseball Report

.By Coach Ryan Pannell

The Armadillos battled with a good Albany Lions baseball team this past Saturday at Mc- Murry University but unfortunately came up short in a 10-4 loss. We played well at times and outhit the Lions as well as pitched well but costly errors allowed the lions to have a couple of big innings and come out on top. I am very proud of the team for their efforts this season and being a We over Me team.

 

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Wed
10
May

Junior Lady Dillos makes it four championships in a row

By Oscar Zepeda

San Saba JLD (32-1) picked up their fourth tournament championship in a row last Saturday, May 6, in Lingleville, Texas. The Lady Dillos entered the tournament with several injuries to key players but that would not be a factor as reserves stepped in and played well.

The No. 1 seed, Lady Dillos, opened up tournament play against the No. 2 seed Lampasas Lynx and cruised to a 31-14 win.

 

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Wed
03
May

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Last week at the regional track meet, Cherokee was well represented with 5 students competing. For the boys, Kellen Everett placed 14th in the 200 meter dash with a time of 25:07. He also placed 6th in the discus. For the girls, Kyler Bordner placed 11th in the 3200 meter run with a time of 14:44. She also placed 14th in the 1600 meter run with a time of 6:31. Tori Morrison placed 4th in the discus and 5th in the shot put, narrowly missing a spot in the state meet. Crista Paik placed 2nd in the triple jump and Lexi Wagner placed 1st in the pole vault. Lexi Wagner will advance to state in the pole vault and we could not be more proud of her hard work and dedication!

 

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Wed
03
May

Dillo and Lady Dillo Golf teams compete at Region Tournamenttournament

By Coach Sharon Perry

The Dillo and Lady Dillo Golf Teams competed with pride at the Region IV Golf Tournament in Corpus Christi last week on Wednesday and Thursday, April 26 and 27. The Lady Dillos, competing at the Oso Beach Golf Course, just missed out on advancing to the State Golf Tournament by 3 strokes. (Guess that’s why we always say, “Every stroke counts! Play your round 1 stroke at a time!”) The upside, however, is that two of the Seniors, Katie Watson and Raley Kirk, advanced to the State Golf Tournament as the 2nd and 3rd place individuals not on teams advancing.

 

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Wed
26
Apr

San Saba Middle School Tennis Report

By Coach Ralph Cox

The Middle School Tennis Team played in the Mason Middle School Tennis Tournament on Friday-Saturday, April 21-22. Playing on Friday were Karlee Reed, Kayla Reaves, Trista Riggs, Hannah Vines, Kaylee Edison, Rayne Argote, Alyson Salinas, Izaah Bessent, Elias Bessent, Franco Franco, Christian Weber, Jose Aguilera, Leonel Aranda, Adan Huron, Scott Lovingood, John Spence, Izit Cardoza, and Leonardo Hildago. In Boys Singles, Franco Franco was a quarterfinalist and Izaah Bessent won consolation. In Girls Singles, Karlee Reed was a quarterfinalist and Kayla Reavis was a semifinalist in the consolation division. In Boys Doubles, Aranda / Huron and Lovingood / Spence were semifinalist in consolation.

 

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Wed
26
Apr

Lady Dillo Track Report

by Alicia Cummings

The Lady Dillos had a strong showing at the Area track meet in Harper last week. We were able to advance seven athletes in nine different events to the Region IV track meet in Kingsville on April 28th & 29th. The day started off on a bright note as Kaleigh Ellis won the 3200 meter run and Analyn Bohensky won the pole vault.

Hannah Hibler also advanced in the discus and Linzey Maxcey in the long jump. Kylee Eckermann ran an exciting race and won the 400-meter run and Ashlynn Cash finished 2nd in the 300 hurdles.

 

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Wed
19
Apr

San Saba Lady Dillos

San Saba Lady Dillos win District 27-AA Track and Field Championship - Top: L to R: Coach Brandy Eckermann, Coach Amy Bohensky, Coach Darryl Cash, Emaleigh Mack, Hannah Hibler, Coach Cory McCombs, Coach Alicia Cummings, Coach Ron Welch and Coach Michael Bohensky. Middle: L to R: Isabel Vega, Brenna Chambers, Hannah Johnson, Analyn Bohensky, Paige Sloan, and Hannah Hill. Bottom: L to R: Bailee Franks, Savannah Johnson, Raylee Pannell, Ashlynn Cash, Kylee Eckermann, Linzey Maxcey, Hannah Osbourn, and Kaleigh Ellis. See Lady Dillo Track Report on page 9 for results.

 

 

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Wed
19
Apr

Twenty-one SSHS students competed last weekend at the Region 4 academic

Twenty-one SSHS students competed last weekend at the Region 4 academic meet in Corpus Christi. Of the twenty-five 2A schools represented at this meet, SSHS placed 6th and qualified 5 students for the state meet in Austin on April 22. We are very proud of our students’ hard work and dedication! Pictured above: Back row: Daniel Rosales, Addison Taylor, Raylee Pannell, Raley Kirk, Josh Lambert, Grace Reed, Analyn Bohensky, and Raney Wilson Middle row: Shyann Martinez, Read Saint, Katie Watson, Megan Sanchez, Lexie Hayes, Autumn Mason and Kira Owens Bottom row: Abigail Meador, Tristin Reynolds, Emili Andrade, Makayla Reed, Brenna Chambers, and Victoria Garcia.

 

 

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