Salado Sports

Lady Eagles fall to Burnet

Salado Lady Eagles are going to the softball playoffs as either the third or fourth place team from District 25-4A. The girls lost to first-place Burnet last night 5-1 at Liberty Hill, a game that was rescheduled due to rains early this week.

Eagles in driver’s seat of District

Barring a collapse against the bottom of the district tonight and Tuesday, Salado Eagles varsity baseball team is the likely District 25-4A Champion.

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Terry Sanford

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Thelma Price

Thelma Price

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Donald Creed

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