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Wed
03
Oct
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Coyote Pride

The annual Book Fair, Open House, and FAFSA orientation were all well-attended and were great opportunities for parent involvement. Kira Hobbs won a $200 scholarship at the FAFSA orientation and financial aid presentation by Ronny Barnes from Panhandle-Plains.

The annual Book Fair was again the center of attention in the Wayne Gossett Memorial Library. Librarian Valerie Gossett thanks all parents who supported the library’s annual fundraiser. Mrs. Gossett would like to thank everyone for making the Book Fair an overwhelming success again this year. The library should receive around $600 worth of new books thanks to everyone’s purchases.

 

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Wed
03
Oct
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Armadillos roll to 5-0

By Coach Jerod Fikac

Homecoming 2018 brought a big crowd and a big win for the San Saba Armadillos as the Dillos improved to 5-0 with a 44-6 win over the Ingram Warriors.

The Armadillos used physical defense and a sound offensive game to close out their preseason schedule with another victory.

 

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Wed
26
Sep
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Last week was a positive week in football. The junior high team fought hard against Marble Falls Faith Academy and but were unable to pull out the win. They lost the game by only one touchdown. Gunner Baugh had an interception and Joey Bond led the offensive attack for Cherokee. The high school football team also played Faith Academy, but their outcome was different. The Indians won their first game of the season! Coach White says, “Blaize Lopez played well under center and was 2-4 for 76 yards and a touchdown pass.”

 

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Wed
26
Sep
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Armadillos stop the Blue Jays

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The San Saba Armadillo Football Team traveled to Georgetown last Friday night to play the Snook Blue Jays and came away with at 47-6 win to improve to 4-0 on the season.

The Armadillos again played solid defense and was able to have a balanced offensive attack to stay unbeaten. The Armadillos got off to a slow start and trailed for the first time this season, after fumbling a punt in the end zone which allowed Snook to take a 6-0 lead. That was the only score of the game for the Blue Jays as the Armadillo defense stuffed the Blue Jays for the rest of the night.

 

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Wed
19
Sep
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San Saba JV defeats Junction 34-0

San Saba JV: Led by #54 Leonel Aranda, #32 Kolt Sloan breaks through the line for a long run.

 

 

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Wed
19
Sep
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San Saba Gold Team stings Llano Daubers 34-0

By Coach Ronnie SchulzeDillos

San Saba Middle School Gold Team: #17 Brandon Moore keeps his eyes on the defender as he heads for the endzone.

 

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Wed
12
Sep
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Armadillo defense dominates Longhorns

By Coach Jerod Fikac

The 2018 Armadillos returned home to Rogan Field on a wet night for their second game of the season and came away with a dominating 53-0 win over the Harper Longhorns. The Dillo defense, which was paced by Joseph Watson, Erik Argote, and Sakima Herrera, put in a dominating performance for the second week in a row, holding the Longhorn offense to just 78 total yards.

The defense kept the Harper offense in check all night tallying nine sacks and four turnovers. Risien Shahan had the one interception while also pitching in a fumble recovery. Sakima Herrera and Bryan Reza also got in on the turnover action with each recovering a fumble. Reza’s fumble recovery resulted in six points as he scooped and scored from 45 yards out with a host of Dillos leading the way.

 

 

Wed
12
Sep
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San Saba Cross Country results

The Cross Country teams have participated in 3 meets since the school year has started.

The High School teams attended their first meet in Belton on August 24th. The varsity girls were the meet Champions beating out 4A Salado by one point. Individually Kaleigh Ellis finished 1st overall, Brighton Adams 5th, Courtnee Cash 10th, Kylee Eckermann 17th, Landri Glover 32nd, Bailee Franks 33rd and Abigail Jimenez 50th. Competing in the JV girls division was Raegan Thurmond finishing 6th Nojemi Martinez 7th and Minerva Patino.

The varsity boys also had a team at the meet finishing 11th overall. Andrew Arellano was 10th individually, Polo Davila 42nd, Enrique Davila 58th, Levi Brown 88th, Adan Huron 93rd and Tommy Galindo 105.

 

 

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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.

 

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