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  • 3-4-2019 Pirate Baseball at Bandera Tournament

    On the final day of the Bandera Tournament, the Pirates were matched up against San Antonio Burbank. Bubba Solis threw 3 solid innings for the Pirates. He was relieved by Caleb Wood. The Pirates scattered 5 hits and scored 7 runs coming up a little short with a rally in the final inning. In the final inning, we scored 3 runs on a triple by Alex Ramos and a double by Jacob Esquibel.

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  • 3-4-2019 Lessons from the Rings - Lytle Edition

    This week we were able to let those from Lytle have the opportunity to see the throwers from Lytle compete in their own rings. The High School began on Thursday with a small meet yet three teams were represented from our district. The Junior High had a greater task with Pleasanton and Medina Valley in attendance but three teams from the district made it a good view of the district competition at the end of this month.

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  • 3-1-2019 Mueller Shines at Stockdale Tournament

    This past Tuesday and Wednesday the Pirates JV and varsity tennis teams traveled to Seguin to take part in the Stockdale Tennis Invitational. Wet and rainy conditions delayed the start of our tournament each day but eventually, we were able to play some tennis. Both teams played well as we continue to work at improving our games moving towards district tournament.

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  • 3-1-2019 Pirate Baseball Bandera Tournament

    Pirate baseball played 3 games yesterday in the Bandera Tournament and finished pool play with a 1 - 2 record. Our 3rd place seed will have us playing at noon tomorrow.

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  • 3-1-2019 Lady Pirate Track

    Your Lady Pirates had their home meet last night. After starting the year at St. Mary’s Hall in a relay style meet and then a tough meet at Medina Valley, for the first time I have been here, we participated in a truly 3A meet. With four of the six district opponents here, we saw a preview of our district meet that will happen in a little over a month.

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