2020 Lytle Powerlifting Schedule

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  • 1-23-2020 2020 Powerlifting!

    The 2020 High School Powerlifting season began the first weekend of the new year on January 4th, 2020. While most students around the great state of Texas were lazing around, sleeping in, eating too much and watching bowl games on television, your powerlifters were getting up early, coming in to stretch, get cardio work in and lift. On Saturday morning, they boarded the bus at 05:10am and headed out to get their 2020 competition year started. To date, they have successfully competed in two meets, Natalia and SW Legacy. Our lifters will wake up early, once again, this coming Saturday to load up and to pit their wits and ability against their competitors at Randolph Field High School where family and friends may come to show their support for our young student-athletes. Bars loaded at 9am & competition begins!

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  • 3-25-2019 State Powerlifing

    Last week I mentioned two of our own were traveling to Abilene to compete in the Boys State Powerlifting Meet: Garrett Ralph in the 181 weight class and Joseph Perez in the 198 weight class. These young men were not satisfied just getting to state, they went to compete, and compete they did. After the results were in and after a season of competition and with close to a thousand lifters across the great state of Texas our boys are in the top ten lifters from all across the state in their respective weight classes: Joseph placed 6th in the 198 class and Garrett placed 5th in the 181 class. When you see them in class, in the halls around town or at HEB congratulate them on their accomplishments for they are worthy of the extra effort on our part to say "congratulations, you did well!"

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  • 1-22-2019 Pirates Powerlifting!

    Boys Team competed with 8 competitors against 15 other schools' teams and scored well enough to earn 3rd place overall. A boys Team is normally made up of 11 competitors; and, we had 8: I'm really blessed to have been witness to their competitive spirit! Our Girls Team competed with six girls against 15 other schools and placed 3rd overall; only, they did it with 6 girls and girl’s teams are normally made up of 12 members.

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  • 3-6-2018 Girls Regional Powerlifting Meet

    Last Saturday, your Lady Pirate Powerlifters traveled to Carrizo Springs to compete in the THSWPA Regional Meet.

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  • 2-19-2018 Lady Pirate Powerlifters at Crystal City

    Over the weekend, your Lady Pirate Powerlifters traveled all the way to Crystal City to compete in their last qualifying meet of the season. The following young ladies managed to walk away with some medals as well as qualifying totals to advance to the Regional meet.

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