JC Clay and Rebecca Gonzales were crowned as the 2016 Salado High School Homecoming King and Queen during ceremonies at Salado Eagle Field Sept. 24. After the Homecoming crowning, the Salado Eagles went on to beat St. Dominic Catholic High School 42-17.
Archives for September 2016
Salado Eagles get a week of rest before beginning District 9-4A football Oct. 7. The Eagles will be going into that game with what has been a rarity in Salado for the past several years — a three-game winning streak.
By Mary French The oak trees of Salado are a rich heritage according to History of Salado, Texas compiled by MaryBelle Brown and Bill Kinnison. Oak wilt can damage that heritage. One can imagine Native American tribes camping near or under trees by Salado Creek as they carved flint and hunted. Mexican and American […]
Salado will crown the 2016 Homecoming King and Queen at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Eagle Field. After the homecoming ceremonies, the Salado Eagles will play the Eagles of St. Dominc Catholic High School at 7:30 p.m., hoping to add a third win to the pre-district season.
Salado is perfect 3-0 in district Salado Lady Eagles remain perfect in District volleyball with a three-set sweep of Leander Glenn, winning 25-8, 25-17 and a close final set of 26-24. The Lady Eagles recorded 15 aces tonight, led by Katie Robinson and Natalie Fort, who both had four aces. Kerrigan Hearne followed with three […]
Eagles offense hits on all cylinders Salado Eagles rocked the Florence Buffaloes for 22 points in the third quarter, including two touchdowns with seconds of each other tonight, as the Eagles improved to 2-2 on the season. The Eagles haven’t seen a 2-2 start since Jeff Cheatham was head coach. With each week, the […]
Board authorizes investigation into Foutz Salado aldermen, following an hour and a half executive session tonight, put Village Administrator Kim Foutz on paid administrative leave “for a period not to exceed 30 days under terms set by the Mayor, in order for the Mayor or his designees to conduct an investigation into complaints against the […]
Salado Garden Tour features stop at the home of Nancy and Owen Messenger by Margaret B. Williamson Coming to Salado about five years ago, Nancy and Owen Messenger, both with Texas roots, bought a beautiful home overlooking a private pond. Nancy, with her artist’s touch and with the help of Ariah Cole of Compass Landscaping, […]