Lytle High School is hosting a blood drive on Tuesday, Jan 29, 2,019 from 9am-3:30pm in front of the high school. Students and the community are invited to donate. You must bring a valid picture ID or school ID.
Last night, January 15th, the Pirates played the Natalia Mustangs in a hostile environment with standing room only in the Mustang gym. I want to say thank you to the Lytle community for coming out, packing the visitor side, and cheering both varsity teams throughout the night. The atmosphere was playoff-like, and the pirates were ready to take the court after a thrilling win on the girls' side.
The girls beat Natalia last night, January 15th, 45-33 in a loud packed gym. It was a playoff atmosphere last night with many people standing for the game. The girls showed up and executed our game plan until the end. Kiara Nixon had a season-high 21 points followed by Noelia Medina with 12 points. Camryn Martinez and Alex Naeglin came off the bench and gave the team valuable minutes. The girls are now 2-2 in district play.
Last night, January 15th, the JV boys' basketball team traveled to Natalia to face the Mustangs in our second district game of the season. After getting off to a great start we struggled defensively and discipline wise in the 2nd and 3rdquarters thus I had to turn to my bench to try and give us a spark. These boys did just that and I was extremely proud of their effort as they played the majority of the second half and led us to a 46-28 victory.
After almost a month off due to the winter break, the Lytle 8th Grade Boys were back in action on Monday night, January 14th, as they opened the second round of district play hosting the Jourdantan little Indians. The B team boys started out the night with a great game. It was close at halftime, but the boys' defense picked up and ended up with a 12-point victory winning 22-10 to remain undefeated.
This past Friday, January 11th, the Pirates hosted the Cotulla Cowboys and the atmosphere was electric after the JV riled up the Cotulla crowd with a thrilling victory. The tone was now set for the varsity game. The boys knew that this game would not be a walk in the park. It was time to show the district who the real Pirates are this season and why we are state ranked.
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6:30 AM Powerlifting
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics League Championship
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Martin Luther King Day
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Board Meeting
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM 5th Grade APTT
9:00 AM - 2:45 PM Rodeo Day
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Primary and Elementary - Kona Ice