School and Sports

Wed
15
Mar

Llano Youth Soccer Results March 11, 2017 Week #1

U-6                          Home                  Visitor                       Home                            Visitor
Team Sponsor           Air King             VS Mimosa Salon        Llano Police                 VS Arrowhead Bank
Coach:                   Paul Weller           Vivian Dempsey          Rosemary Vasquez          Paul Weller
Team MVP:             Easton Morris        Weldon Tennison         Jazmin Reyes               Becky Olivarria
Team Sportman:     Abby Ramirez         Abby Ramirez            Yadira Ferrer                 Sophia Hernandez

 

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Wed
08
Mar

News From Cherokee ISD

We have had a great week here at Cherokee ISD! We received the all district honors for our basketball teams and we also hosted a fun 3-on-3 basketball tournament over the weekend. The tournament was an event designed for the community to be able to get together and just have a good time. It was a great turnout! The concession stand benefitted Project Graduation. Thanks to all that helped coordinate that event.

As for our basketball honors, Tori Morrison was named offensive MVP. Lexi Wagner made 1st team all district, and Raegan Bond was named 2nd team all district. On the boys’ team, Brycen Gartman and Jordan Lilly received 2nd team all district honors. Congratulations to these athletes!

 

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Wed
01
Mar

Junior Lady Dillos

The 3rd/4th Grade Junior Lady Dillos (9-3) claimed the 2017 Open League 3rd/4th Grade Girls Division II Championship last Saturday by defeating Marble Falls Mustang Elite in the tournament title game. The Lady Dillos won the regular season title with a 8-0 record and entered the tournament as the number 1 seed.

 

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Wed
01
Mar

Lady Dillo Basketball Report

by Alicia Cummings

What an exciting couple of weeks the Lady Dillos have had on the basketball court! It has been an exciting time for our team and our community. The support from our fan base has been amazing and we are so thankful to be a San Saba Armadillo! Our postseason journey started in the Bi-District round versus Ganado. Ganado would have more size than us but we would use our quickness and defensive pressure to rattle them.

 

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Wed
22
Feb

Coyote Pride

By Don Fowler, RSISD Superintendent 

The 4th six weeks grading period ended on Friday, February 17. This means that the 2016-2017 school year is two thirds complete. Parents should receive students’ grades the week of Feb 20-24. If you do not receive report cards, please contact the school. The 5th six weeks started on a cool, rainy day, and will continue with a little more winter weather and then Spring will burst forth.

Wed
22
Feb

Learning to Communicate

The biggest goal facing public schools and students might be improving person-to-person communication skills. The world of social media has provided a forum for many students to avoid human contact. The personal touch cannot be replicated through a post or a “Like”. We must fight to provide the opportunities for our students to communicate. Giving students the opportunity to collaborate and foster human capital are critical. The ability to communicate with other people is fading in our youth if we are not careful. Hargreaves and Fullan (2012) describe professional capital as having three components including Human capital, Social capital, and Decisional capital. In order for our students to be able to capitalize on the three aspects of professional capital, educators and institutions of education must maximize the learning environment. Our students are not building meaningful professional relationships. This SSISD’s commitment.

 

Wed
15
Feb

Lady Dillo JV WIN District

By Coach Sharon Perry 

The San Saba Lady Dillo girls basketball ended the season with an overall season record of (21-4) and the district record of (7-1). I am very proud of their teamwork and success! They were so much fun to coach!

Wed
15
Feb

San Saba 7th Grade Boys Basketball Report

By Coach Mark Freeman 

The 7th grade boys basketball team finished up their season last week. We played Center Point the week before and defeated them 46-14. Polo Davila led the team with 10 pts followed by Kyler Menchaca with 8 and Wesley Lackey with 7.

Our last game of the season was against the Mason Punchers the Dillos won 40 to 15. The leading scorer was Polo Davila with 18 pts. Polo did also drain a 3 pointer and make a free throw to contribute to the team high score of the season. Kyler Menchaca added 12 points of his own with 6 of those coming off of crashing the boards and going to the line for free throws. Wesley Lackey added four points also.

 

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Wed
08
Feb

San Saba Tennis Report

By Coach Ralph Cox

 

The San Saba High School Tennis Team had a busy week last week. On Thursday, February 4th, the JV Team played in the Llano JV Tournament. On Friday, February 5th, the Varsity Team played in the Llano Varsity Tournament. Then on Saturday, the Varsity Team traveled to Copperas Cove and played Copperas Cove and Killeen Ellison in Team Tennis.

Playing in the Llano JV Tournament were Isabel Vega, Hanna Hill , Emaleigh Mack, Autumn Mason, Kira Owens, Pol Uno, John David Bourke, Don Everett, Luis Aguilar, Sakimo Herrera, Mathew Burkhart, Jackson Nelson, John Moreno, Victor Patino, and Johnny Saldivar. Pol Uno won the boys singles championship by defeating Carl Wilger from Fredericksburg, 6-1, 6-0. Teams playing in the JV Tournament were San Saba, Fredericksburg, Llano, Coleman, Hutto, Johnson City, and Sonora.

Wed
08
Feb

News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

 

We are so proud of our junior high basketball teams! The girls placed 2nd in district and the boys won their final game against Richland Springs securing their spot as district tournament champions!

The high school Lady Indians basketball team played Paint Rock at the beginning of the week. It was an evenly matched competition in the first half with the Lady Indians News From Cherokee ISD By Kari Owen ahead by only 2 baskets at the half. In the third quarter the Lady Indians gained some momentum, coming out ahead with a score of 56-41. They continued that pace in the 4th quarter ending the game with a score of 70-56. The boys also came up ahead over Paint Rock.

 

 

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