School and Sports

Wed
16
May
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Lady Dillos put up strong showing at State Meet

By Alicia Cummings

For the fourth straight year, the Lady Dillos got to end their season on the biggest stage for high school track and field; the State Meet in Austin. The Lady Dillos sent six athletes to the State meet in seven events; the most ever for our program.

To start the meet, Analyn Bohensky competed in the 2A Pole Vault. This was Analyn’s fourth straight appearance and she was determined to jump her personal best. Analyn did just that. She cleared 12’0”, a personal record, and the same height as the State Champion but the places came down to misses. Analyn placed 4th but it was certainly a special day and a tremendous effort!

The next day, Kaleigh Ellis would get the day started for the Lady Dillos as she ran the 3200 meter run that morning. This was Kaleigh’s third straight appearance at State and she ran a strong race in a field with tough competition. Kaleigh finished 5th place in the 2A 3200 meter run!

Wed
09
May
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Coyote Pride

By Don Fowler, RSISD Superintendent

This week is "Teachers Appreciation Week," and we want to take this opportunity to thank the teachers for their dedication to the education of our children. The children of today will be the leaders of our nation for tomorrow. So goes the leaders, so goes our nation and so goes our future. We truly appreciate you, the teachers, who form the ideals of our future leaders. Thanks so much for what you do each and every day.

Wed
09
May
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

Last week was a bit of a “calm before the storm” kind of week. This week we are testing, prepping for testing, and being spoiled by our PTC and community for Teacher Appreciation week!

In sports news, the golf season has ended. Although our lone golfer, Blaize Lopez, didn’t make it to state, he did advance all the way to regionals and he improved his 2 day total by 12 strokes. According to Coach Garcia he had “a great season in all, qualifying for the regional tournament for the second year in a row.”

 

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Wed
02
May
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Dillo golfers place seventh at Regional

By Coach Ronnie Schulze

San Saba’s Dillo Golf team fought to a seventh place finish at the Boys’ Region 4 2-A Golf Tournament played at the Lozano Golf Complex in Corpus on April 25th and 26th. The Dillos shot their best two team scores of the year on a golf course that was more difficult than any previously played this season. The course was long with lots of sand, water, and wind.

Austin Cisneroz had his best score of the year on the last day firing a 79. The Dillos had a good year considering that they had little time to practice because they play several spring sports.

 

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Wed
02
May
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Lady Dillos sending six athletes to State Track Meet

The Lady Dillos traveled to Kingsville for the Region-IV 2A track meet this past weekend. The Lady Dillos finished with 85 points and as the team runner-up behind Refugio by four points.

What a special weekend it was to watch these athletes compete their hearts out and leave it all on the track. There were several personal bests recorded and some gutsy performances by these young ladies.

 

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Wed
25
Apr
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Lady Dillo Track Report

Submitted by Alicia Cummings

The Lady Dillos traveled to Rice Consolidated High School for the Area 27-28 track meet this past Monday. The Lady Dillos finished with 137 points and as the team runner-up behind Shiner. Out of 17 total events, the Lady Dillos won 8 of them and qualified for the Regional meet in 10 events. It was a great day at the track as the Lady Dillos competed fearlessly and showed lots of toughness despite the heat and wind.

The Lady Dillos will advance 7 athletes to the Regional meet on April 27th & 28th in Kingsville. Brighton Adams, Analyn Bohensky, Katelyn Bohensky, Ashlynn Cash, Courtnee Cash, Kaleigh Ellis, and Linzey Maxcey will all compete for an opportunity to advance to the State meet.

 

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Wed
25
Apr
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News From Cherokee ISD

By Kari Owen

It’s been a great week for our tracksters! Our Junior High boys placed 4th as a school at the District meet in Eden. Joey Bond placed 2nd in the shot put and 1st in the discus. Kase Bordner placed 1st in the 1600 meter run. Isaac Graves placed 2nd in the 300 meter hurdles and 3rd in the 110 meter hurdles. Matthew Gass placed 3rd in the 1600 meter run and in the 2400 meter run. The 800 meter relay team, consisting of Joey Bond, Matthew Gass, Kase Bordner, and Isaac Graves, placed 5th. Joey Bond placed 9th as a top athlete.

The Junior High girls won the District meet! Top athlete awards went to Brissa Baugh and Sydnie Bond, who tied for 1st place. Laci Wagner placed 4th and Stephanie Stanford placed 8th. Stephanie Stanford placed 1st in the 100 meter dash. Sydnie Bond placed 1st in the 200 meter dash and in the 300 meter hurdles. She also placed 2nd in the long jump and 1st in the triple jump.

 

Wed
18
Apr
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Llano Youth Soccer Association Report

Yet Another Week at the Soccer Fields!

This weeks results are as follows:

U6: Corner Drug, coached by Cassandra Leeds, played Robert Trujillo Fencing, coached by Rosemary Vasquez. MVP’s are awarded to Josey Leeds and Yadira Ferrer. Sportsman awards go to Conner Adams and Jazmin Reyes.

 

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Wed
18
Apr
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News From Cherokee ISD

After another weekend of chilly weather, we are pleased with the warmer spring like weather we are having this week. Now if only that wind would die down, it would be perfect! The weather brings great opportunities for learning. Some of the classes have been enjoying some outdoor classroom time. At home, this is a perfect way to motivate students to do their homework or reading. Encourage them to go outside to complete their work. A change of scenery can be all it takes sometimes to engage students.

Our track teams have been busy this week as our junior high ran in their district meet this Monday and our high school runners will be competing at the area meet Thursday. We are so proud to say that most of our runners qualified for area! Many of our staff will be attending the meet to help out, so we will have an early release at noon on Thursday and no school at all on Friday.

 

Wed
11
Apr
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17th Annual Magic Invitational Basketball Tournament Champions

Submitted by Oscar Zepeda

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