Rocksprings Record
Angoras beat Woodsboro to win Bi-District, advance to Area playoffs

Angoras beat Woodsboro to win Bi-District, advance to Area playoffs

By Coach Chris MannThe Rocksprings Angoras defeated the Woodsboro Eagles 35-21 to win the...

Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Hunter’s BBQ, The Best Yet

Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Hunter’s BBQ, The Best Yet

By Lisa ScrogginsWith the 2014 Hunter’s BBQ in the books, the Edwards County Chamber of...

Rocksprings post office’s Juan M. Enriquez

Rocksprings post office’s Juan M. Enriquez

Rocksprings post office’s Juan M. Enriquez receives a certificate for a High Standard of...

High School and Junior High Cross Country results

High School and Junior High Cross Country results

By Coach Nira GonzalezOur cross country runners always represent Rocksprings very well. The cross...


Angoras beat Woodsboro to win Bi-District, advance to Area playoffs

By Coach Chris Mann
The Rocksprings Angoras defeated the Woodsboro Eagles 35-21 to win the Bi-District Championship trophy. The Angoras got off to a fast start and then stepped into high gear from there. Rocksprings recovered an onside kick to open the game. The Angoras pushed the ball farther into Eagle territory from there, but were forced into a field goal situation. Junior Tony Sanchez connected on a 22 yard field goal to take a 3-0 lead. The Angoras would hold a lead for the rest of the game.

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Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Hunter’s BBQ, The Best Yet

By Lisa Scroggins
With the 2014 Hunter’s BBQ in the books, the Edwards County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors have declared it to be the best yet. As always, the meal was excellent. “The brisket, sausage and all the trimmings were amazing,” said Bridget Fry, “and everyone looks forward to the wonderful homemade desserts. I can’t thank everyone who volunteered in the kitchen enough. What a great group of people they are.”

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Rocksprings post office’s Juan M. Enriquez

Rocksprings post office’s Juan M. Enriquez receives a certificate for a High Standard of Dedication for ZERO use of sick leave in the fiscal year 2014 from USPO postmaster, Kim Cedillo.

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High School and Junior High Cross Country results

By Coach Nira Gonzalez
Our cross country runners always represent Rocksprings very well. The cross country teams have been full speed ahead. From the Comfort meet on October 4 and on, the cross country teams have been on the go. The fall season is so busy with football, cheerleading, volleyball, basketball practices, band, and UIL. Despite all the other activities going on, our athletes have pushed through and remained committed to the cross country program. These are the dynamics of a small school.

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Students completing microsoft office courses recognized

By Barbara Hocutt
The RISD School Board met November 11th. President Brady Hyde called the meeting to order at 7:07 p.m., determined a quorum, led the Pledge of Allegiance and Velky said the invocation. Brady Hyde- District 2, Paco Ramirez-District 3, Jane Burleson-District 4, Bridget Fry- District 5, James Palacio - District 6, Garrett Grooms - District 7, Superintendent David Velky, Sandra Van Winkle - Principal, Xavier Rangel - coach and Paul Meeks- Maintenance Director were present.

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