School and Sports

Wed
12
Sep
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Where do Dilloettes come from?

Did you ever wonder were those Dilloettes come from that have been performing at football games for the last 59 years? If you had been inside the Armadillo Arena this past Saturday morning, you could have witnessed over 25 of Vallenavedothem being born.

The San Saba Dilloette “Dance Darlin” dance camp was host to 27 of the cutest young ladies that our community has to offer. Ranging in age from 4 years to 6th grade, these girls were taught dance moves, hand motions, high kicks and a short routine. The camp ended after several hours of fun-filled training with adorable new “Dance Darlins” performing the routine for their interested friends and family.

 

 

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Wed
05
Sep
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Coyote Pride

Students and staff returned to school on Tuesday, September 4th after an extended Labor Day Weekend. Hopefully the hot temperatures will subside as we move into fall.

Parents of students in grades 7-12 are urged to sign drug test permission forms and return them to school as soon as possible.

The only way the school can test students with a urinalysis is with both student and parent permission. Contact the principal’s office if you need any further information. Help keep our students drug free!

The varsity Coyotes started off the year with a road trip to May and met a solid team in the May Tigers. It was a game in which the Coyotes trailed the entire game.

The Coyotes lost their opener by a score of 40-26. The junior varsity Coyotes lost at home this past Thursday to the May JV by a score of 46-0.The varsity Coyotes Superintendenttravel to San Marcos this Friday take on San Marcos Hill Country.

 

Wed
05
Sep
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

The new school year has officially begun here at Cherokee ISD. We are looking forward to an amazing year. We have many new faces on staff. In the elementary, we welcome Meghan Blackford as our new kindergarten teacher. In junior high we welcome Kris Mund as our science and art teacher. She will also be teaching 8th grade ELA. Brad Repass will be teaching junior high math. In high school we welcome Waymon Holland as our US history teacher, Rhett Moore as our ag teacher, Marcy Spears as our English teacher, and Zack White as our business teacher. We are also happy to have Jeri Moore and Alan Berrio as paraprofessionals and Deborah Summerskill as our technology teacher and assistant. Our new coaches are Zack White, Brad Repass, Waymon Holland, and Alan Berrio. Good luck this year to all of our new staff! We are glad to have each and every one of you.

 

Wed
29
Aug
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San Saba Girls Cross Country Team:

L to R - Front row: Raegan Thurmond, Nojemi Martinez, Landri Glover, Minerva Patino. Back Row: Abigail Jimenez, Brighton Adams, Kylee Eckermann, Courtnee Cash, Kaleigh Ellis, Bailee Franks

 

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Wed
29
Aug
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San Saba Boys Cross Country Team:

L to R - Enrique Davila, Adon Huron, Andrew Arellano, Levi Brown, Polo Davila, Tommy Galindo

 

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Wed
29
Aug
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Local Tennis Association opens 2018 season with exciting news

The San Saba Tennis Association (SSTA) is starting the 2018 tennis season with some very exciting news. Mindy Sebastian, President of the Association, along with Ralph Cox, a San Saba tennis icon, are forming a tennis league for all interested tennis players. Players will meet at the tennis courts each Sunday afternoon at 6:00 p.m. type of play will be determined by those in attendance. Instruction and coaching may also be available.

Wed
15
Aug
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San Saba School Spotlights

Submitted by SSISD School Superintendent Michael Bohensky

The San Saba Armadillo Experience

On a recent trip to New York, my youngest daughter wanted to go through NFL Experience. We were able to pick our favorite team and then go through the “Experience.” There have been many negative factors associated with the NFL over the past year; however, when we entered the experience, only the positive aspects were presented.

Wed
08
Aug
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San Saba Armadillos begin football practice

San Saba Armadillos begin football practice

 

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Wed
11
Jul
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Richland Springs graduates receive $43,850 in scholarships

Submitted by Superintendent Don Fowler

It was a banner year for the Richland Springs class of 2018.

A special thanks to all the scholarship presenters for their continued support of our students.

 

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Thu
05
Jul
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Four-time Magic 5 Star Summer Showcase defending Champs

by Oscar Zepeda

San Saba 5th/6th JLD (47-9) knocked off top rated Katy Rebels, 28-19, in the 6th Grade Girls Division of the 2018 Magic 5 Star Summer Showcase basketball tournament held on Saturday June 23rd at the Austin Sports Center in Cedar Park, Texas, to capture their fourth Magic 5 Star Summer Showcase 6th Grade Girls Division Championship in a row.

JLD won 6th Grade Girls division titles in 2015, 2016, 2017 and now 2018. JLD has captured six of the last seven 6th Grade Girls Division Magic 5 Star Summer Showcase tournament championships which started in 2012. In the last four championship games, JLD defeated Liberty Hill Swoosh 29-9 in 2015, Austin Lady Magic 35-34 in 2016, and Austin Wildcats 67-7 in 2017.

 

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