With a 3-1 win at home over the Taylor Ducks April 28, Salado won District 25-4A outright finishing the regular season 17-5 and district 8-2. They will face the fourth place team in District 26-4A in the first round of the playoffs.
Archives for April 2015
The Bellamy Brothers return to Johnny’s Outback May 9 for an outdoor concert with music that will span the duo’s four-decade career.
Early voting in the Salado ISD Board of Trustees and Village of Salado Board of Aldermen election began April 27 at the Salado Civic Center.
Almost a month after the March 26 fatal accident on I-35, no charges have been filed and an official Department of Public Safety crash report left the narrative description blank as being under review by the District Crash Team. As of presstime on April 21, no charges have been filed in connection with the accident
The Public Arts League of Salado (PALS) will hold the annual fundraiser Taste of Salado on April 25 at the Venue in Salado. The event will be preceded by three days of public art in action as well as ticketed events, collectively known as “Immerse & Emerge.”
Salado Eagles had 10 hits and as many runs in their dominant win over the Burnet Bulldogs April 21 to remain tied with Taylor Ducks for first place in District 25-4A with two games remaining. The Eagles will host Llano April 24 and likely finish the season in a fight with Taylor for the outright […]
While the Salado Lady Eagles lost two close games to state-ranked opponents last week, falling 2-0 to the #6 Liberty Hill Lady Panthers and 2-1 to the #22 Lampasas Lady Badgers, their loss to the #5 Burnet Lady Bulldogs was not so close on April 21 as Salado went down 9-1 on the road. The […]
While the Salado Lady Eagles lost two close games to state-ranked opponents last week, falling 2-0 to the #6 Liberty Hill Lady Panthers and 2-1 to the #22 Lampasas Lady Badgers, their loss to the #5 Burnet Lady Bulldogs was not so close on April 21 as Salado went down 9-1 on the road.
Sgt. 1st Class Robert Lee Jones Jr. Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died of an apparent drowning April 13, 2015 at Stillhouse Hollow Lake, Salado, Texas. He was pronounced deceased by Bell County Justice of the Peace GW Ivey.
Malory Schattle scored the winning run on the road against Taylor April 10 on a sacrifice fly to deep center by Jenna Calder in the sixth inning.