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Area Track Boys Results
110 hurdles Colby Nelson 3rd 15.79
300 hurdles Colby Nelson 3rd 41.19
800m DJ Mattes 4th 2:12.50
3200m Gabriel Armstrong 4th 11:43.10
400m Relay 4th (Herrod,Herrod,Armstrong,Diaz) 46.31
800m Relay 1st (Herrod,Herrod,Nelson,Diaz) 1:33.24
1600m Relay 4th (Herrod,Armstrong,Gibson,Diaz) 3:42.43
High jump 1st Colby Nelson 6'2
8th Gabriel Armstrong 5'6
Long Jump 6th Jacob Herrod 18'9.5
8th Jedidiah Herrod 18'1.5
See you at regionals next Friday May 1st and 2nd
Track News for Santa Anna High School
The Lady Mountaineers competed in the Area Track Meet in May yesterday, April 23. Congratulations to Shelbie Murray for placing second in the 400 meter dash and advancing to Regionals. The Regional Meet will be held in San Angelo on May 1-2.
Another great day for the boys track team at the Area meet in May. Everyone is advancing to the Regional meet next Friday and Saturday at San Angelo University.
Sprint Relay 4th (Herrod,Herrod,Armstrong,Diaz) 46.31, 800m Relay 1st (Herrod,Herrod,Nelson,Diaz) 1;33.24, 1600m Relay 4th (Herrod,Armstrong,Gibson,Diaz) 3:42.43, 110 hurdles 3rd Colby Nelson 15.79, 300 Hurdles 3rd 41.19, High Jump 1st Colby Nelson 6'2, 800m DJ Mattes 4th 2:12.50, 3200m Gabriel Armstrong 4th 11:43.10, Long Jump 6th Jacob Herrod 18'9.5, Jedidiah Herrod 8th 18'1.5, High Jump Gabriel Armstrong 8th 5'6, Jacob Gibson 800m 7th 2:24.43.
Lady Mountaineer Softball
The Lady Mountaineer softball team BEAT May last night 17-13 for their 2nd win of the season. The ladies came back from being down in every inning to win in the 7th.
The ladies we're led by a team effort and a fantastic pitching performance by Jaylie Jones.
We will play a doubleheader in Gorman on Friday to finish out the season.
Lady Mountaineer Softball
The Lady Mountaineer softball team lost on Friday night to San Saba in a rain- delayed game that saw the ladies really improve.
The ladies lost on Saturday to Richland Springs 4-2, in 6 innings, as a huge storm forced the game to be called.
The ladies led by Jaylie Jones on the rubber have improved to what is setting up to be a great game with May on Tuesday in Santa Anna, and an end of the season matchup in Gorman on Friday.
HOSPITALITY ASSOCIATION TO AWARD $10K TO GRADUATING SENIORS
AUSTIN (April 19, 2015) – The Texas Hospitality Association will award a total of $10,000 in scholarships to four 20154 Texas high school graduating seniors as part of their campaign to fight underage drinking and to promote alcohol responsibility.
THA will award a $5,000 scholarship to the Texas high school senior who submits the best poster conveying the message or theme: “If you are under 21, it’s illegal to consume or purchase alcoholic beverages in Texas.” A $2,500 scholarship will go to second place, $1,500 will be awarded for third place, and $1,000 will be awarded for fourth place. The winning posters will be used as part of a statewide alcohol awareness campaign.
The contest is open to all 2015 Texas high school seniors, including those graduating from private schools, charter schools, and homeschools. Artwork must be an original design and may be hand drawn, photographed, or computer- or electronically-generated. Students should keep in mind a billboard display when designing their poster, which should be between 8.5x11 and 14x18 inches.
Students have until Friday, May 1, to submit their entry to THA, and winners will be announced on June 1. For more details on the scholarship competition, visit www.TexasHospitalityAssociation.com.
For more information on THA, contact Todd Kercheval at (817) 296-9575 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Joey Bennett at (512) 496-9575 or email@example.com.
The Texas Hospitality Association is a statewide, non-profit association made up of Texas businesses that sell or serve adult beverages. THA’s mission is to encourage the responsible sale and service of adult beverages and to fight underage drinking through public awareness campaigns and education.
High School Boys District Track
Santa Anna boys track team captured the 16A track title with 158 points in the eight team district. District champs included DJ Mattes (FR.) 800m and 1600m, Gabriel Armstrong (Fr.) 3200m, Colby Nelson (Sr.) Hj, and the 800m relay Jedidiah Herrod (Sr.) Jacob Herrod (So.) Colby Nelson (Sr.) Lucas Diaz (Sr.). Also advancing to the area meet next Thursday , April 23rd are Shane Myers (Jr.) 3rd 800m, DJ Mattes (fr.) 4th 400m, Colby Nelson (Sr.) 2nd 110h/300h and 3rd Tj, Jacob Gibson (Jr.) 4th 3200m, Gabriel Armstrong (fr.) 4th Hj, Jedidiah Herrod (sr.) 2nd Lj, Jacob Herrod (so.) 3rd Lj, Lucas Diaz (sr.) 4th Tj, sprint relay 3rd Herrod, Herrod, Armstrong, Diaz, 1600 m relay 2nd Myers, Armstrong, Gibson, Diaz. Placing but not advancing Shane Myers 6th 400m and 5th Hj, Jacob Herrod 5th 100m, Jacob Gibson 5th 800m, Lucas Diaz 5th Lj, Mateo Lara 6th Discus. Jordan Washington 8th shot put, Branson Keeney 16th shot put, Mateo Lara 20th shot put, Jacob Gibson 7th discus. Great work by all these young men.
Jr. High Boys District Track
Jr. High boys district track results:
Jake Smiley 1st 100m, 2nd 200m
Trace Garrett 4th 800m
Sprint relay 5th (Perry,Smiley,Garrett,Crowder)
HS Track Girls
The HS girls competed in May yesterday, April 15, at the district track meet .
They worked really hard and I am very proud of their success.
The 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams and the 400m dash will be advancing to the Area meet next Thursday, April 23, which will also be held in May.
Congratulations Lady Mountaineers!
4x100 relay - 4th - Shelbie Murray, Delaynee Absher, Taylor Guerrero, and Lindsey Marks
4x400 relay - 1st - Bianca Enriquez, Taylor Guerrero, Laci Donham, and Shelbie Murray
400m dash - 2nd - Shelbie Murray and 3rd - Bianca Enriquez
High Jump - 2nd - Bianca Enriquez
100m dash - 5th - Delaynee Absher and 7th - Lindsey Marks
200m dash - 8th - Bianca Enriquez
100m hurdles - 8th - Laci Donham
Shot - 6th - Alexis Washington
800m run - 7th - Mckenzee Bobo
Overall Team total 4th place
JH Track Girls
A big Congratulations to the JH Girls District Track Champions! Way to go ladies!
These young ladies worked really hard, and I am very proud of all of their success and dedication this year.
4x100 relay - 1st - Sydney Tucker, Bailey Crossley, Madison Diaz, and Trinity Sanchez
4x400 relay - 1st - Kloey Guerrero, Marin Guthrie, Madison Diaz, and Bailey Crossley
400m run - 3rd - Bailey Crossley and 4th - Claudia Martinez
100m hurdles - 2nd - Madison Diaz and 3rd - Marin Guthrie
300m hurdles - 2nd Marin Guthrie
800m run - 1st - Kloey Guerrero
100m dash - 2nd - Trinity Sanchez
200m dash - 2nd - Trinity Sanchez
Long Jump - 4th - Bailey Crossley
Shot - 4th Ashley Beauchamp
Disc - 1st - Ashley Beauchamp
Varsity Boys District Track Champs
The Santa Anna Mountaineers brought home a district championship from the track meet on Wednesday.
The district championship was something that these seniors have been working to get for three years and finally got to see all of their hard work and dedication pay off! The Mountaineers have advanced in almost every event in the track meet.
There were many boys who participated in as many events as possible because of the amount of points that it would get for the team.
This was truly a team effort by the Mountaineers!!
Hard work pays off!
100m Jacob Herrod 5th 11.52
200m Jedidiah Herrod 5th 25.06
400m DJ Mattes 4th 59.72
Shane Myers 6th 1:00.56
800m DJ Mattes 1st 2:21
Shane Myers 3rd 2:27.90
Jacob Gibson 5th 2:30
1600m DJ Mattes 1st 5:25
3200m Gabriel Armstrong 1st 12:23
Jacob Gibson 4th 14:03
110H Colby Nelson 2nd 15.71
300H Colby Nelson 2nd 41.06
400M relay 3rd Herrod Herrod Armstrong Diaz 46.84 800m relay 1st Herrod Herrod Nelson Diaz 1:34.5
1600M relay 2nd Myers Armstrong Gibson Diaz 3:55
High Jump Nelson 1st 5'10,4th Armstrong 5'4, 5th Myers 5'4
Long Jump Jed Herrod 2nd 18'9, Jacob Herrod 3rd 18'6, Lucas Diaz 5th 18'3
Triple Jump Nelson 3rd 39'8.5,Diaz 4th 36'3.75
Shot put Washington 8th 36'10, Keeney 30'9, Lara 23'11
Discus Mateo Lara 6th 91'10.5, 7th Jacob Gibson 91'6
Lady Mountaineer Softball
The Lady Mountaineer softball team lost to Cross Plains last night but the improvement in Jaylie Jones pitching, better defense and a more productive offensive are starting to take shape.
The ladies will travel to San Saba on Friday and Richland Springs on Saturday.
Santa Anna High School Summer Tennis Camp
Registration has begun for the 4th annual Santa Anna High School Summer Tennis Camp presented by Jeff Hartman and S.M.A.C.K.T.E.C. Tennis. This camp will focus on fundamentals and mechanics, footwork, strategy and tactics, and enjoyment of the game!
Session Dates and Times: June 22nd - 25th (Monday - Thursday)
9:00 AM– 11:30 AM
for boys and girls ages 12 and up.
Location: Santa Anna H.S. tennis courts.
What to bring: Tennis Racket, water jug(1 gal. if possible), sunscreen, cap/visor.
Sign Up Form
Santa Anna UIL Academic Teams Advance to Regional Competition
The Santa Anna UIL academic participants did well this year at district. They will be advancing 4 teams, along with other individual entries. This is the best the SAHS UIL team has done in over five years.
The Regional Qualifiers are: Slater Isbell: Calculator and Number Sense; Maria Juarez: Calculator; Abriana Enriquez: Calculator and Mathematics; Jaylie Jones: Calculator and Number Sense; Chase McIver: Current Events and Social Studies; Jacob Gibson: Current Event; Colby Nelson: Current Events; Katelynn Craig: Editorial Writing, Literary Criticism, and Ready Writing; Lindsey Marks: Feature Writing; Colton Enriquez: Number Sense; Lohn Worthington: Number Sense; Stormy Holster: Social Studies; and Breanna Fox: Social Studies. Alternates are: Catherine Graham: Physics; Breanna Fox: Ready Writing, and Maddie Perez: Feature Writing.
Santa Anna had four first place teams winning gold: Calculator Applications, Number Sense, Social Studies, and Current Events. There was also a second place team winning silver medals: Mathematics.
The Regional Academic meet will be held in San Angelo at Angelo State University on April 25, 2015.
Individual 1st Place Team
1st Isbell, Slater
3rd Juarez, Maria
6th Enriquez, Abriana
Current Events and Issues
Individual 1st Place Team
2nd McIver, Chase
3rd Gibson, Jacob
5th Craig, Katelynn
2nd Marks, Lindsey
5th Perez, Maddie
1st Craig, Katelynn
Individual 2nd Place Team
2nd Enriquez, Abriana
5th Isbell, Slater
6th Gibson, Jacob
Individual 1st Place Team
1st Isbell, Slater
5th Jones, Jaylie
6th Graham, Catherine
3rd Craig, Katelynne
4th Breanna Fox
Physics alternate to Regional
Individual 1st Place Team
1st McIver, Chase
Santa Anna Boys Results at the Zephyr Track Meet
Santa Anna Boys results at the Zephyr Track meet Friday April 10th.
Colby Nelson 3rd Triple Jump 38'11, 1st High Jump 6', 1st 800m relay 1:34.9,1st 300 hurdles 41.8 DQ 110 Hurdles 15.0
Lucas Diaz 3rd 400m relay 46, 1st 800m relay
Jedidiah Herrod 3rd 400m relay, 1st 800m relay, 6th 200m 24.4, 5th long jump 18.7
Jacob Herrod 3rd 400m relay, 1st 800m relay, 6th 100m 11.54
DJ Mattes 6th 1 mile 5;25, 5th 800m 2;25 , mile relay 4:02
Gabriel Armstrong 5th High Jump 5'6, 3rd 400m relay, 58.8 400m, mile relay 4:02
Jacob Gibson discus, 58.4 400m, 25.4 200m, mile relay 4:02
Shane Myers High Jump, 59 400m, 26.5 200m, mile relay 4:02
Jordan Washington shot put 5th 36'8
Mateo Lara Shot Put, discus
Branson Keeney Shot Put
Santa Anna High School Tennis
The Santa Anna Mountaineer tennis team traveled to Mason on Wednesday the 7th to compete in the Region II, District 16 tennis meet. Mountaineer athletes competing at the event were Laci Donham (girls singles), Chase McIver (boys singles), Colton Enriquez and Jacob Herrod, Branson Keeney and Gabriel Armstrong (boys doubles), Bianca Enriquez and Mateo Lara, Jaylie Jones and Slater Isbell (mixed doubles), and Kaleb Peeples and Guy Watts (jv boys doubles).
The mixed doubles team of Lara and Enriquez advanced to the quarterfinals before losing to the eventual champions Hill and Hill from Menard. The mixed team of Isbell and Jones advanced all the way to the finals before dropping a split set match (6-2, 3-6, 3-6) to the same team from Menard, but will still advance to the regional tournament as the second place team. The boys doubles team of Enriquez and Herrod defeated the doubles team from Menard (6-0,6-0) in the semifinals, and advanced to the finals where they defeated the team of from Rochelle (6-0,6-1). The first place finish will also advance the two to the regional tournament which will be held at Bentwood Country Club in San Angelo on April the 20th and 21st.
Lady Mountaineer Softball
The Lady Mountaineer softball team lost to DeLeon last night but they put up a good fight.
The ladies are 1-6 in district and will continue playing on Friday in Goldthwaite at 5:00.
Hospital District Hosts Town Hall Meetings
Coleman, Texas (March 23, 2015) – As many as 100 county residents attended three town hall meetings last week to learn more about the proposed $12 million addition to Coleman County Medical Center (CCMC). The two meetings in Coleman and a third in Santa Anna were hosted by the CCMC District Board on March 18-20.
Kathy Potts, Rees Associates, and Judy Blazek, Business Strategies, Inc., kicked off each meeting with a summary of the facility assessment process, a discussion of the major problems identified and a review of options considered.
“The buildings are 92, 78 and 48 years old,” noted Blazek, “and have not been upgraded to meet today’s requirements for healthcare delivery. In addition, the oldest structures are multi-story, wood frame buildings which can no longer be used for patient care services under current life/safety code requirements.”
“Code requirements for patient care areas in hospitals are higher than other types of occupancy,” added Potts, “because hospitals care for patients who are ill or injured, and may not be able to evacuate the building without assistance in the event of a fire.”
According to a report by Arlington-based Fratto Engineering, the mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems in the older buildings also do not meet code requirements for patient occupancy. The MEP systems in all three buildings are aging and near the end of their useful life making them difficult and costly to maintain. They are also inadequate to support today’s healthcare technology.
“None of the buildings meet the requirements of the Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS), so patient rooms, showers, restrooms and other areas are difficult for patients and others with physical limitations to access,” said Blazek. “Another major area of concern is the lack of patient privacy, with emergency patients transported through waiting rooms and public corridors to receive diagnostic services.”
Blazek and Potts described the wide range of options considered to address these and other problems identified, as well as the cost of those options. The combination of a new addition for patient care services, with renovations of the 1967 building to accommodate physical therapy and cardiac rehabilitation on the first floor was discussed as the most cost effective, long term solution.
During the Wednesday meeting, Jean Hoysa asked several questions regarding the ability of the CCMC District Board to address the financial reporting requirements of the $12 million bond issue. Mike Newman, senior vice president with First Southwest, addressed her concerns, explaining that his role is to assist the District with structuring the bonds for presentation to the market, and to provide the District with guidance regarding reporting requirements. “The bond issue will obligate the District to provide ongoing disclosures to the bondholders and the public, with information available for free on the internet.” Newman said. “In addition, the District may choose to hire a dissemination agent whose job it is to ensure timely disclosure of information as required,” he continued.
First Southwest, the number one financial advisor in Texas, was hired by the CCMC District Board last fall to serve as financial advisor to the project, after interviewing three firms who submitted their qualifications.
The impact on county taxes was also discussed, with tables illustrating that taxes would increase by $5.42 per month for a house with a tax-assessed value of $50,000, and $3.74 per month for 500 acres of unimproved land with a tax exemption. Some meeting attendees stated that any tax increase placed an additional burden on taxpayers, particularly those on a fixed income.
Kevin McMahon told one group that while he generally is not in favor of tax increases, he would rather pay taxes to the CCMC District than the federal government, and see the money used locally. “Any taxes paid to the CCMC District are deducted from your federal income tax returns,” said McMahon. “The hospital also brings money paid to the federal Medicare program back into the community where it turns over several times through salaries and purchases made and taxes paid by hospital and clinic employees.”
McMahon also commented on the importance of increasing the maximum tax rate for the CCMC District to $.75 to securing the lowest interest rates and the lowest cost to the taxpayers. According to McMahon, the availability of historically low interest rates is a major reason to move forward with project sooner rather than later when both interest rates and construction costs are likely to increase.
Thursday evening, Jo Ann Eddleman asked if any Texas hospitals have closed as a result of non-compliance with building codes. In response, Blazek explained that she is not aware of any hospitals closed by the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) because of code problems. “But the codes and regulations are there for a reason,” Blazek said. “We are not just worried about the hospital closing; we are concerned about fire prevention, patient and staff safety in the case of a fire, emergency power for critical patient care functions, infection and infectious disease control, quality of care, accessibility for those with physical limitations and patient privacy and confidentiality.”
Potts reported that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid recently asked the Oklahoma State Department of Health to conduct more stringent surveys of Oklahoma hospitals. As a result, 60 Oklahoma hospitals have been cited for facility code non-compliance resulting in the closure of hospital departments. “CCMC has received no written waivers, and there is no guarantee that the next survey by the TDSHS or a validation survey by Medicare will not require correction of some or all problems we’ve identified,” Potts said.
“In addition, the TDSHS will require code compliance of any hospital areas undergoing a significant renovation, as well as the areas served by the upgraded systems. For example, lack of space and inadequate MEP systems in the 1967 building means that replacing the 20-year-old CT scanner will require that the entire imaging department be brought up to code. Any departments impacted by the renovation will also need to be brought up to code,” reported Potts.
Noting that the reported average daily census in the hospital in 2012 was 6.6, another resident questioned the need for 19 patient rooms in the proposed addition. Mike Pruitt, hospital administrator, explained that inpatient utilization has continue to increase by 10 percent or more each year with the inpatient census from last October through January of this year, averaging more than 8. “In the last few weeks, we have consistently had 17 patients in an inpatient bed. When one patient is discharged, it takes several hours to clean the room properly to allow for the next patient to be admitted, so at a census of 17 the staff works very hard to make patients rooms available.”
“Everyone needs to remember that the average daily census is exactly that: an average of the patient count at midnight,” said Blazek. “This is true for any hospital, large or small, because the number of patients fluctuates based on the time of day, day of week, and the season. The census at CCMC is typically much higher in the winter during pneumonia and flu season, and may be lower during the summer. Often the census is lower on the weekend and higher during the week.”
Andy Freeman, president of Preferred Management Corporation who operates CCMC, was asked to explain his company’s commitment to purchase $2 million in equipment for the proposed project. “This equipment, including a new CT scanner, x-ray equipment, an electronic medical record, and numerous other items, will be purchased by Preferred and used for the benefit of the patients treated at CCMC,” Freeman said. “Preferred will pay for an own the equipment, just as the CCMC District will pay for and own the building,” he continued.
“We hope to have a long relationship with the CCMC District and the residents of Coleman County,” Freeman noted, “but if that relationship should terminate, the CCMC District will have the option to retain the equipment subject to the net asset agreement which requires that on termination of the lease we return to the District net assets equal to the assets that were in place when the lease started.”
Near the conclusion of Friday’s noon meeting in the hospital dining room, Bruce Ransberger noted that no one had said anything about the great services provided by CCMC. “I’ve tried to get occupational therapy services in Brownwood and had to fight to get occupational therapy services three times per week. At CCMC, I can receive occupational therapy services every day.”
Rees Associates and Fratto Engineering were selected by the CCMC District Board last July after interviewing one other firm that submitted a response to the request for qualifications advertised in June 2013. The 18-month process included numerous site visits and meetings with the CCMC District Board, medical and hospital staff and the Facility Assessment Committee appointed by the CCMC District Board.
During this period, input was solicited from the Coleman City Council, County Commissioners, Cattlewomen’s Association, Santa Anna Economic Development Committee, Coleman Economic Development Corporation and Coleman Community Coalition. Community meetings were also scheduled in Coleman, Lake Coleman, Novice, Rockwood, Panther Creek and Santa Anna.
“We want everyone in the county to have the information they need to make an informed decision about this project on May 9,” said Wayne Moore, president of the CCMC District Board, “and will schedule additional town hall meetings in April.”
High School Boys Track
High School boys Blackwell relay results:
DJ Mattes 300 hurdles 50.0,
Gabriel Armstrong 400m 59.03,
Colby Nelson 2nd 110 hurdles 15:49,
Jacob Herrod 6th 100m 11.19,
Colby Nelson High Jump 1st 6',
Gabriel Armstrong High Jump 5th 5'4,
400m relay 4th 46.5,
800m relay 3rd 1:35.7,
1600m relay 4:05,
Jordan Washington 5th shot put 38'71/4,
Jacob Gibson 7th Discus 97',
DJ Mattes 800m 2:27
There were several vehicle breakins in excess of ten reports with over $1400 around Santa Anna over Saturday night/Sunday morning. Most reported the activity happened between 1-4 A.M.
From South of Bowie to Avenue A and Mountain Street.
The thieves appeared to be after cash as I heard several reports of cash taken and other valuables left behind.
Several reported missing owner's manuals and glove compartments gone through.
If you are a victim or have any information please contact the Santa Anna Police Department.
2015-2016 Varsity Cheerleaders
Taylor Guerrero, Madison Diaz, Sabra King, Kloey Guerrero, Marin Guthrie, Delaynee Absher, Bianca Enriquez, Jaylie Jones - head, Stormy Holster-manager, Alexis Washington-mascot (not pictured)
Santa Anna Junior High Boys Results
Santa Anna jr.high boys results from Zephyr ribbon relays April 1st.
Jake Smiley 100m 12.06 200m 25.47
Hayden Anderson 100m 13.5 200m 27.4 400m 63.97
Alex Crowder 100m 14.46 200m 29.7
Jayton Perry 100m 16.2 200m 33.4
Jacob Peeples 100m 18.7 200m 40.8
Junior High Girls Track Results
The JH girls competed in a track meet in Cross Plains on Friday, March 27th. They all did an outstanding job. I am very proud of these young ladies.
4x100 relay (Kloey Guerrero, Claudia Martinez, Bailey Crossley, Trinity Sanchez)-2nd
Kloey Guerrero - 1st - 800m
Claudia Martinez - 1st - 400m
Bailey Crossley - 2nd - 400m and 2nd - long jump
Marin Guthrie - 1st 100h and 2nd - 300h
Ashley Beauchamp - 1st - disc and 3rd - shot put
Trinity Sanchez - 1st - 100m and 1st - 200m
Kaylie Shields - 5th - 100h and 4th - disc
High School Girls Track Results
The HS girls competed in their first track meet of the season this past Saturday in Cross Plains. They did a great job.
4x100 relay - 6th (Taylor Guerrero, Delaynee Absher, Shelbie Murray, Lindsey Marks)
Shelbie Murray - 4th - 400m
Delaynee Absher - 5th - 100m
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