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Our Stories

  • 11/8/2019 JV Football vs. Marion

    November 7th, the Pirate defense led by Joseph Araujo, Malakai Castro, and Cecil Olivarri, were able to create a 3 and out on the opening offensive drive for Marion, which gave the ball to the offense just 2 minutes into the 1st quarter. As it has been all season long, the very first play of the game has been a bubble screen, double pass that has a completion rate of 100%; it was completed last night from Collin Aldridgeto Malakai Castro who passed to Darren Martinez, in which Martinez scampered down the sideline for an opening play 60 yard Touchdown pass to give the Pirates the early lead, 6-0. A 2 point conversion was attempted after an offsides call, which was successful, so the lead went up to 8-0 Pirates.

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  • 11-8-2019 All District Honors for Volleyball

    Congratulations to the following girls who are true student athletes.

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  • 11-8-2019 Elementary Good Things

    We have our habit card winners from this week for exhibiting the 7 Habits across the campus. We also have four students who got recognized for a positive referral this week.

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  • 11-8-2019 Varsity Volleyball at Goliad

    Last Monday, November 4th, the Varsity Volleyball team travelled to Goliad for their chance to win a Bi-District title. Unfortunately they fell short losing in 3 games.

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  • 11-8-2019 7th Grade Football at Marion

    Last night, November 7th, your Lytle Pirates 7th Grade Football team traveled to Marion, to play the Bulldogs losing 6-22. The lone touchdown was scored by Luke Estrada. Other outstanding players, are the Ankle Biters defensive linemen known for their small size under 5’ tall and under 80 lbs. And their lightning fast speed Tristan Lopez, Robert Inming, Matthew Soto, and Malichi Rubio. They caused mayhem in the back field. Once again Coach Clack and myself would like to thank the Lytle Junior High staff and faculty for all the great help you have given this football season.

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