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Santa Anna Elementary
UIL Results 12/7/2016

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Districts Competing: Baird, Cross Plains, Eula, May, Panther Creek, Rising Star, Santa Anna
Overall Points: 498 – 2nd Place - District Runner Up
Individual Results:

3rd Grade Spelling
Parker Strauss – 4th Place
Team (Parker Strauss, Nicholette Evans, Kail Rivera)
– 3rd Place

3rd Grade Ready Writing
Kail Rivera – 6th Place

3rd Grade Oral Reading
Nicholette Evans – 3rd Place
Zane Moore – 5th Place

4th Grade Art
Dyson Hejl – 3rd Place
Team (Dyson Hejl, Aiden Calfa, Jimmie Feaster,
Audrey Lira, Lilly Mendoza) – 3rd Place

4th Grade Music Memory
Dyson Hejl – 2nd Place

4th Grade Number Sense
Aiden Calfa – 4th Place
Lilly Mendoza – 6th Place
Team (Aiden Calfa, Lilly Mendoza, Frederick Richardson) – 3rd Place

4th Grade Oral Reading
Lilly Mendoza – 3rd Place
Kylee Guerrero – 5th Place

4th Grade Chess Puzzle
Team (Aiden Calfa, Elijah Petrosky, Travis Craig) – 3rd Place

4th Grade Spelling
Slade Beloat – 2nd Place
Dyson Hejl – 3rd Place
Team (Slade Beloat, Dyson Hejl, Frederick Richardson) – 1st Place

5th Grade Listening
Lainee Aristondo – 3rd Place
Jalen Evans – 6th Place

5th Grade Maps, Graphs & Charts
Levi Daniel/Dasia Kirven – 5th Place (Tie)
Team (Levi Daniel, Dasia Kirven, Lainee Aristondo) – 2nd Place

5th Grade Number Sense
Dasia Kirven – 1st Place
Levi Daniel – 3rd Place
Team (Dasia Kirven, Levi Daniel, Jayda Diggs) – 1st Place

5th Grade Music Memory
Mykia Richardson – 2nd Place
Kaydee Crowder – 4th Place

5th Grade Oral Reading
Jayda Diggs – 4th Place

5th Grade Social Studies
Levi Daniel – 4th Place
Team (Levi Daniel, Dasia Kirven, Mykia Richardson) – 2nd Place

5th Grade Spelling
Lainee Aristondo – 2nd Place
Levi Daniel – 4th Place
Team (Lainee Aristondo, Levi Daniel, Dasia Kirven) – 1st Place

6th Grade Art
Taylor Allin/ Jammie Frausto - 5th Place (Tie)
Team (Taylor Allin, Jammie Frausto, Delanie Jackson, Ellie McIver, Autumn Stubbs) – 2nd Place

6th Grade Calculator Applications
Beckett Guthrie – 1st Place
Ariel Guthrie/Ellie McIver – 2nd Place (Tie)
Team (Beckett Guthrie, Ariel Guthrie, Ellie McIver) – 1st Place

6th Grade Chess Puzzle
Beckett Guthrie – 1st Place
Team (Beckett Guthrie, Aimee Edwards, Navaeh Harwell) – 2nd Place

6th Grade Dictionary Skills
Aaron Donham – 6th Place
Team (Aaron Donham, Hali Corns, Nevaeh Harwell) – 3rd Place

6th Grade Listening
Beckett Guthrie – 4th Place
Team (Beckett Guthrie, Amiee Edwards, Brayden Strickland) – 3rd Place

6th Grade Editorial Writing
Ariel Guthrie -4th Place
Beckett Guthrie – 5th Place

6th Grade Impromptu Speaking
Brayden Strickland - 4th Place

6th Grade Mathematics
Beckett Guthrie – 6th Place
Team (Beckett Guthrie, Ariel Guthrie, Brayden Strickland) – 3rd Place

6th Grade Modern Oratory
Brayden Strickland – 6th Place

6th Grade Maps, Graphs & Charts
Beckett Guthrie - 4th Place
Team (Beckett Guthrie, Brayden Strickland, Ellie McIver) – 3rd Place

6th Grade Ready Writing
Ariel Guthrie – 4th Place

6th Grade Number Sense
3rd Beckett Guthrie
4th Zachary Calfa
Team (Beckett Guthrie, Zachary Calfa, Ariel Guthrie) – 2nd Place

6th Grade Social Studies
Zachary Calfa – 5th Place
Team (Zachary Calfa, Ariel Guthrie, Abigail Petrosky) – 3rd Place

6th Grade Spelling
Jammie Frausto – 1st Place
Hali Corns – 3rd Place
Team (Jammie Frausto, Hali Corns, Ariel Guthrie) – 1st Place


Santa Anna Varsity Girls & Boys Wins Gustine Tournament Championship

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Congratulations SAHS Mountaineers. Both teams won the championship games at the Gustine Tournament December 1-3, 2016.

The Lady Mountaineers came home with the championship at the Gustine Tournament winning all 4 games against Sidney, Gustine and 2 games against Brookesmith. The Lady Mountaineers are now 9 – 0 and will continue to work hard to prepare for district this week. We will travel to Rising Star on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 @ 6:30 to play in 1st district game. Thank all the fans who came out to support the Mountaineers.

The Mountaineers started the Gustine tournament off with a 7 point win against Cross Plains JV. The boys faced Gustine the next round and won a close game by 5 points, scoring the last 4 points of the contest. Santa Anna played Oglesby the third round and won easily by a final of 52-32. The Mountaineers took on Mullin in the tournament championship game and came out strong leading Mullin by 9 at half and went on to win by a final of 44-32. The Mountaineers will host Lohn Tuesday night at 6:00 in Santa Anna.


Holiday Happenings

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Please mark your calendars for these upcoming holiday opportunities. We are truly blessed this year with an abundance of music to lighten our hearts and bless our spirits!

First Presbyterian Church is delighted to host these extra Christmas musical opportunities this year as a gift to our community! Come one, come all!

Union Presbyterian Church of Brownwood invites You to their Cantata, “Were You There On That First Christmas Night”, at First Presbyterian Church of Santa Anna on December 7th at 6:00pm. Everyone Is welcome!


Santa Anna Basketball News

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Monday jr high vs May
Santa Anna vs May, Jr. High Girls
Lady Tigers went home with a win. Lady Mountaineers played hard, but had a late start to put a few points on the board, but not enough for a win. Lady Mountaineers will continue to work hard to prepare for Eula on Monday, December 5, 2016.

SA Jr. High boys played May Monday night. The mountaineers struggled from the start and fell to May by a final of 33-6. Jaxson Diggs was the high scorer with 4 points for Santa Anna.

Tuesday varsity vs Gustine
Santa Anna 45 Gustine 6
Lady Mountaineers came out strong. Lady Mountaineers played well and were able to get substantial lead in 1st quarter. Lady Mountaineers were able maintain a lead through the whole game. Lady Mountaineers had both good offense and defense court awareness. Lady Mountaineers will continue to work hard and prepare for games that come ahead. Lady Mountaineers will travel to Gustine to play Sidney on Thursday at the Gustine Tournament.


The varsity boys played Gustine Tuesday night in Santa for the second home game of the season. The mountaineers got off to a hot start and doubled the Gustine tigers score at the end of the first 16-8. SA added to the lead with a strong third quarter outscoring Gustine 11-2. High scorers for the game include Guy Watts with 14 and Jacob Herrod with 12. The mountaineers never looked back and took their second win of three games by a final of 45-26.




Santa Anna ISD 2016 All District Honors

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2016 All District Honors
1st Team Offense
Offensive MVP: Jacob Herrod – Santa Anna – SR
Wide Receivers: Joe McCall - SA
Spread Center: Carson Keeney – SA – SR
Spreadback: Guy Watts – SA – SR
Defense
Defensive MVP: DJ Mattes – SA – JR
Noseguard: Carson Keeney – SA – SR
Linebackers: Joe McCall – SA – SR, Jacob Herrod – SA – SR
Safeties: Blaine Beal – SA
Utility Player: Guy Watts – SA – SR

2nd Team
Offense
Wide Receivers – DJ Mattes – SA
Spreadback – Blaine Beal – SA – SR
Special Teams Player – Blaine Beal – SA – SR
Defense
Safeties – Alex Crowder – SA – SO

Honorable Mention –
Mateo Lara – Tight Center and Defensive Line
Bryan Castruita – Defensive Line


New Tractor Supply Company Store Planned for Coleman

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BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (Nov. 30, 2016) – Tractor Supply Company (NASDAQ: TSCO), the largest rural lifestyle retail store chain in the United States, today announced that construction is underway on a new location in Coleman, the Company’s 189th location in Texas.

The Coleman Tractor Supply store will be located at 2303 S. Commercial Ave., and will employ an estimated 15 full- and part-time team members. The store will be approximately 21,607 square feet, including sales floor and support service space. A fenced exterior space will be used for storage and displaying items such as fencing, sprayers and livestock equipment.

“Tractor Supply looks forward to being a member of the Coleman community,” said District Manager Danny Click. “Coleman is a great fit for Tractor Supply due to the horse owners and part-time and hobby farmers in the area. Many of our new customers are pleasantly surprised by our unique mix of product offerings, which in addition to farm products and hardware, also includes pet food and supplies and clothing items for the entire family.”

The contractor for the project, Westmoreland Builders, began construction on Oct. 17. A completion date has been tentatively set for mid-January 2017.

About Tractor Supply Company Tractor Supply Company operates more than 1,500 stores in 49 states. Located in the outlying towns in major metropolitan markets and in rural communities, Tractor Supply Company stores are focused on supplying the lifestyle needs of recreational farmers and ranchers and others who enjoy the rural lifestyle, as well as tradesmen and small businesses. The Company offers a comprehensive selection of merchandise for the health, care, growth and containment of horses, livestock and pets including select Purina and Nutrena brand feeds; hardware, truck, towing and tool products; and seasonal products, including lawn and garden items, power equipment, gifts and toys. In addition, the company sells work/recreational clothing and footwear for the entire family and maintenance products for agricultural and rural use. For more information on Tractor Supply, access the website at www.TractorSupply.com.


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