School and Sports

Coyote Pride

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Cooler weather is upon us. Students and staff have settled into the four day week and classroom routines. Normal fall parent involvement meetings have been delayed. We acknowledge that parent support and involvement is crucial at both school and at home for student success. Together, we are the family, the foundation, the consistency, the harmony, and the encouragement. Children seek acceptance, belonging, caring and love. The first six-week grading period ends this Friday. Report cards will be mailed next week. If your child receives a notice of concern for either grades or attendance, please contact your child’s teacher as necessary to ensure your child is successful. Kids need structure and guidance to be successful. Today’s students are our hope for the future. Let’s work together to make their future bright!

News From Cherokee ISD

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Friday night was a big night for Cherokee football. Sidney was picked by sixmanfootball. com to “45” the Indians, but our boys showed up! By halftime, the score was 48-12 and ending with a score of 48-28 in favor of the Indians. Some stats from Coach White: Tristian Arkansas had 193 rushing yards and 1 TD,5-6 passing 128 yards 3 TD's. Erick Miller had 83 yards receiving with 1 TD and 96 yards rushing and 1 TD. Seniors, Zayne Porch and Weston Steifel, had a receiving touchdown, and Joey Bond had a 12 yard TD run. Erick Miller, Tristian Arkansas and Weston Steifel all had interceptions on the night. Congratulations to our Cherokee Indians!

San Saba County teams complete week 2 games with 2 wins

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Place kicker Justin Yarbrough (#3) is greeted on the sidelines by his teammates after the game winning kick against Rogers. Photo courtesy of Rita Boultinghouse Armadillo Bladen Calley (#61) holds on tight as Shahan (#11) and Glover (#2) come in to finish off the play.

SSHS Varsity Cheerleaders host Little Dillos Cheer Camp

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San Saba High School Cheerleaders hosted a Little Dillos Cheer camp Saturday, August 29th. Thirty-six young ladies came out to join the fun. All girls who wish to perform at halftime during Thursday's nights JV game against Mason can meet at Rogan Field at 7 p.m. to prepare for the performance. Go Dillos! Pictured are the San Saba High School Varsity Cheerleaders with all the girls who attended the camp.

San Saba wins a thriller in the last few seconds!

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Friday night's ball game at Rogan Field was a tough hard-fought matchup that literally came down to the last few seconds. The #6 state-ranked Armadillos battled the 3A Rogers Eagles back and forth all evening and were able to extend their winning streak at the "Graveyard" to 10 games in a row. The win also extends their regular season winning streak to 22 games.