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  • 1-11-2022 Pirate Band has an All State Musician!

    Last weekend, January 8, 2022, nine members of the Lytle Pirate Band competed at the Association of Texas Small School Bands (ATSSB) Area Competition. The competition was very tough, and our students did not disappoint!

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  • 1-10-2022 Lytle Girls Beat Dilley and Calyssa Sevier scores her 1,000th point!

    What a night in Lytle Friday night for the girls they finished the first round of district play by beating Dilley 82-25 and finishing the first round 7-1 which makes us tied for 1st with Karnes City and Poth. We scored 27 points on transition compared to Dilley 0 and 36 points off Dilley turnovers. We had a season high 39 steals as a TEAM. We forced Dilley into 51 turnovers. The second round of play will be big for the girls for the postseason.

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  • 1-10-2022 Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Dilley

    This past Friday night, January 7, 2022, the entire town of Dilley came out to support their team who is having one of their best seasons in recent years. With the gym packed and the visitor side taunting the boys all game, the Pirates took care of business and won 83-53. The gym was rocking from tip off, but the Pirates fast-paced offense and relentless defense began to quiet the crowd as the game went on.

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  • 1-5-2022 Varsity Girls' Basketball Gives Poth their First District Loss!

    The girls traveled down to a packed gym in Poth last night, January 4, 2021, and played for the name across their chest! Poth was 18-1 and ranked #7 in the polls and the girls beat them 63-49. We had control of the game from the start with our defense creating 16 steals and converting 22 points off their turnovers. We scored 46 points in the paint for the night.

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  • 1-5-2022 Varsity Boys Basketball vs Poth

    Last night, January 4, 2022, the Pirates traveled to Poth and lost 77-58. The boys could not find a shooting touch all night which led to 24 missed free throws and a low scoring second half. Junior Jordan Balderaz led all scorers with 27 points, 14 rebounds and had to sit over a quarter and half due to foul trouble. Last night was a wakeup call to the team that we still need to continue to work every day.

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