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  • 11-13-2018 Varsity Football vs. Marion Bulldogs *Parents Night!

    The Varsity Football team ended their season last Friday with a loss to the Marion Bulldogs. The final score was 35-6. On the final play of the game, Victor Garcia ran the ball into the end zone for Lytle’s only touchdown. While we did not make the playoffs, the team did improve from last year to this year (0-10 to 4-6).

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  • 11-12-018 Week 1 of Girls Varsity Basketball vs. La Vernia and Poteet

    The girls have had two games so far one with La Vernia where we took a loss to a very good La Vernia squad. It was a great learning experience for the girls and that is the kind of team we would see in the postseason. We faced Poteet this past Saturday and lost to them 53-33. We have a young team including 7 sophomores and they are on the court most of the time. We are working on building the chemistry and finding what each person needs to contribute to the TEAM for us to be successful when we get to district play. I keep telling them It is not where we start it is where you finish that counts. Go Pirates!!!

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  • 11-12-2018 Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Somerset

    This past Friday the varsity boys basketball team traveled to Somerset for the first game of the season. With the playoff lost to Somerset last season still fresh on their minds, the boys were counting the days to the season opener for some sweet revenge. From the tip-off, the boys came out hungry and set the tone early by pressing the Bulldogs after every basket. Their relentless play on defense led to a 28-11 lead after the first quarter.

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  • 11-9-2018 8th Grade Football vs. Marion

    Last night, the Pirates played host to the Marion Bulldogs at Walter H. Joyce Jr. Field. A special thanks to the Lytle Band for playing at our game, it made for a festive atmosphere.

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  • 11-5-2018 2018 UIL Cross Country State Championships

    Your Lytle Cross Country team traveled to Round Rock to participate at the 2018 UIL Cross Country State Championships this past Saturday. There were 150 plus runners and 16 teams in each division with everyone trying to get on the medal stand with either a top 10 individual finish or a top 3 team finish.

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