School and Sports

Thu
22
Nov
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Coyotes win big, now face Calvert....AGAIN!

Our Richland Springs Coyotes made short work of the Brookesmith Mustangs this past Friday night in Zephyr at the Bi-District game, winning 53-6.

Our young Coyotes looked very solid and crisp with only a handful of mistakes that will need to be corrected before this Friday.

Our Coyotes started the game off with a crashing BANG! The slobber knocker hit by TJ Grant jarred the ball loose and the onside kick was recovered by our Coyotes. Our Coyotes never looked back! They reeled off 32 points in the 1st quarter and 21 in the 2nd quarter. The game reached the mercy rule at the half.

Matthew Rigdon (So) was 5-6 for 103 yds passing and 2 TD’s.

 

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Thu
15
Nov
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San Saba 5th/6th Halloween Costume Parade Winners

5th - 1st Place Individual Kristian Chavarria

 

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Thu
15
Nov
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Richland Springs FFA Parliamentary Procedures Contest Team wins Area VII District II meet at Marble Falls

The Richland Springs FFA Parliamentary Procedures Speaking Contest Team arrived at the Area VII District II meet as underdogs. It has been many years since Richland Springs ISD has fielded a FFA contest team that has participated in the District Contest. Agricultural Science teacher, Shawn Dennis, began preparing the student team for the Parliamentary Procedures Speaking Contest last school year, but did not feel they were ready for District competition in 2017-2018.

The old clichés PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT and TIME ON TASK applies in contest preparation. Students learn teamwork and how to prepare for FFA speaking competition against other teams from other schools. Guidance, past experience, and direction from Mr. Dennis helped the team achieve a successful outcome in their speaking contest debut on November 6, 2018.

 

 

Thu
15
Nov
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News From Cherokee ISD

Football season ended on a bit of a low note this year as our junior high and high school teams lost to Panther Creek. The junior high final score was 6-26 with the lone touchdown going to Gunner Baugh. The high school team fought hard and was able to keep up with the opposing team for a while. At halftime the score was 20-28 with the Indians trailing just a hair. However, with several players unable to play, it was difficult for the Indians to keep up their momentum and lost with a final score of 45-74. We are so proud of the progress that was made this year and the positive attitudes that our new coaching staff has brought to the table. Thank you to Coach White, Coach Berrio, Coach Repass, and Coach Holland for all of your hard work and dedication to our boys this year. We are looking forward to basketball season! This week the high school girls’ basketball team plays in Brady on Tuesday and travel to Hamilton for a tournament this weekend. Go Lady Indians!

Thu
15
Nov
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Coyote Pride

School is already in the 3rd six week grading period. Students and parents and staff are busy with all phases of the educational process, from athletics, academics, Ag stock shows, etc.… It will be a busy week for FFA students as they travel to the Area Speaking contest at Blanco. Swine validation is Friday November 16th at 8:00 a.m. at Richland Springs. All show swine must be validated this Friday, November 16th.

These junior high and high school students have met their AR goals for the 2nd 6 weeks. They were rewarded with pizza, drinks, and brownies on Thursday, November 15th, in the library during lunch. Congratulations to: Gage Behrens, Tyler Grant, Hannah Miller, Cohen Tharp, Nick Nilson, Lanie Norris, Savannah Perry, Jeremiah Usery, Noah Rigdon, Matt Rigdon, and Kaitlin Sutherland. READERS ARE LEADERS!

 

Wed
07
Nov
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San Saba boys cross

Andrew Arellano and Polo Davila did a great job representing the San Saba boys cross country team at State

 

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Wed
31
Oct
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Coyote Pride

Students and staff are busy and the school year is passing quickly. Only one more week remains in the second six-week grading period. Students are urged to turn in all make-up work this week.

Girls varsity basketball began action this week as they scrimmaged at Goldthwaite and Bangs. Coach Travis Jones is complimentary of the girls' hustle on the court. Twelve girls are out for varsity athletics this year.

The junior high football team won at Lohn JH last week by a score of 54-46. The junior high football team will play the Cherokee junior high this Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at Coyote Field. The varsity Coyotes moved to (7-1) on the season and (2-0) in district play. The varsity Coyotes won 56-0 at halftime over the Lohn Eagles last Thursday. It was a cool, crisp evening for football. The varsity Coyotes travel to Cherokee this Friday for a 7:30 district game.

 

 

Wed
31
Oct
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Armadillos pull away from Eagles

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The San Saba Armadillos took the field Friday night looking to improve to 8-0 on the season, 3-0 in District play and clinch a playoff spot. The Armadillos got off to a little bit of a slow start after taking a 7-0 falling behind 10-7 in the 1st quarter. This was the 2nd time the team has trailed this season in a game and showed great poise by playing sound defense and explosive offense to earn a 56-13 victory.

The defense played bend but don’t break defense after giving up an early touchdown. The Armadillos ended giving up 221 yards of total offense with 41 coming on the ground and 180 through the air. The Valley Mills quarterback was under heavy pressure all night from the Dillo defense led by Joseph Watson, Clayton Pierce, Risien Shahan, and Daniel Herrera.

 

Wed
24
Oct
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San Saba Gold blank Hico 26-0

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

The San Saba Gold team defeated the Hico Tigers by a score of 26-0 at Rogan Field Thursday. Hico kicked to San Saba as the game began. Ethan Gonzales ran for 8,3, and 5. A penalty added five more.

Ethan Gonzales broke for a 40 yard touchdown. The P.A.T. failed 6-0 Dillos.

 

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Wed
24
Oct
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Eighth Dillos maul Hico Tigers 56-0

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

The San Saba Eighth Grade Dillos rolled to a 56-0 victory over the Hico Eighth Grade Tigers at Rogan Field Thursday night.

It rained most of the game but that did not stop the Dillos. They took over from the start and dominated both offensively and defensively.

San Saba kicked to Hico starting the contest. The Dillo defense led by Zuriel Herrera, Jaxzen Mask, Noah Martinez, Rene Guerrero, Ivan Canedo, Brenden McCall, Daylon Smith, Dylan Ware, and Tegen Saiz forced the Tigers to turn over the ball on fourth down.

 

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