Salado Lady Eagles notched their first district win, beating the Taylor Lady Ducks 6-1 in a home game that was moved to March 23 due to inclement weather.
Archives for March 2015
Artists from around the state show on grounds of Salado Civic Center Joe Friddle returns to Wildflower Artists and artisans from Texas and throughout the Southwest will show their works on the grounds of the Salado Civic Center on Main Street during the 14th Annual Wildflower Art Show March 28-29.
Through six innings, Cody Wolf held onto a perfect game against the Lampasas badgers until Braden Terry took Wolf’s second pitch and knocked a hard grounder past Jacob Little to reach first on an error in the Salado Eagles’ 6-0 no-hitter win on March 24.
Salado Eagles got two wins in the Celina Tournament before the rains of Spring Break ruined their chances for any other games last week.
Lt. Col. Russell Hinote Services for Lt. Col. Russell Hinote, 88, of Salado were at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery, Friday, March 20, 2015 with full military honors and a Masonic internment service. Broecker Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Lt. Col. Russell J. Hinote was born on February 9, 1927 in Champaign, Illinois […]
Arline Singer Arline Singer, 85, of The Woodlands and formerly of Salado passed away March 19, 2015. She was born in Milwaukee Wisconsin on November 7, 1929.
Royce Lynn Vernon Royce Lynn Vernon, age 86 and formerly of Salado, died at home on March 19, 2015 after a battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was born on February 21, 1929 in Lockney, Texas and resided in Pflugerville, Texas at the time of his passing.
Salado Eagles varsity soccer return to the playoffs as the third place team in District 25-4A after a win over Jarrell and a loss to Liberty Hill last week.
After thrashing Liberty Hill 6-0 in the district finale, Salado High School Lady Eagles are District Champions for the first time since Salado instituted a soccer program four years ago.
Salado Lady Eagles start district play this week, following an historic run for the softball program last year that was ended in the regional finals by the Crawford Lady Pirates, who won the 2A state championship for the second time in three years.