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  • 4-8-2019 Robo Pirates Place in Top 12 at State Robotics Championship

    This past Friday, the Lytle High School Robo Pirates - Marauders team competed in the State Robotics Championship in Austin. The team split their first two matches of the day losing the first match by 3 points but bouncing back and winning match 2 by 84 points. After coming up short in matches 3 and 4 the Robo Pirates pulled off a nailbiter by winning their final match by 1 point! The team advanced into the elimination rounds where their alliance was ultimately defeated in the semifinals to the eventual state champs.

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  • 4-8-2019 Varsity Baseball vs. San Antonio Homeschool

    On Friday, the Pirates hosted the SA Homeschool Wolverines in a non-district game. Alex Ramos was the starting pitcher. He was relieved by Joel Guerrero in the 5th inning. Justin DeLeon came in relief in the 7th inning. The Pirates gave up 7 runs on 7 hits and committed 2 errors.

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  • 4-8-2019 Lessons from the Rings - High School District Meet

    The High school competed in the 30-3A district track meet. I know many of you get bird calls. Coach McCarthy was sending out bird calls in real time. The only calls I own are an owl hoot, a turkey yelper, and a duck call. So, everyone knows how we did I send out these electronic mails. I guess for ten years I have been spoiled competing with the teams from Devine, Fredericksburg, and Bandera who insist that the standards for the throwing rings are maintained and the competition is honorable. Unfortunately, no one insisted on treating throwers as an important part of the meet.

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  • 4-7-2019 30-3A District Track Meet 3

    Your Lady Pirates traveled to Jourdanton last week to compete in the 30-3A District Track Meet. Your JV girls finished 3rd and your Varsity Girls gave a valiant effort with 13 girls to finish as runners-up. We couldn’t overcome the numbers the Lady Squaws from Jourdanton had on us, but your Lady Pirates did compete as 12 of the 13 will move on to Area in Goliad on April 16th. Below are the Area Qualifiers.

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  • 4-4-2019 Lessons from the Rings - Junior High District

    The Junior High completed their season in track. I know both boys and girls sent out results but there are a couple of lessons learned in the rings. It is like Paul Harvey's the rest of the story. This meet was filled with just 15 throwers per division. We spent most of the season throwing against at least 30 throwers from schools from Medina Valley, Devine, and Hondo. When you are able to compete against tougher competition the district meet should be a meet we could excel. The throwers took three of the District titles in the discus rings and one shot put champion. Here is how they finished.

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