Lytle improved to 23-7 overall and 7-0 overall prior to last night’s road win in Dilley.
“We only have two games left then we are off to the playoffs!” exclaimed Head Coach Lori Wilson prior to tipoff in Dilley. “We played last week with just seven players so we hope to get back to eight sometime this week. The girls have stepped up in every aspect of the game and we have defiantly become a solid team over the last month.”
Playing a little short-handed, this friendly rivalry went to Lytle for the 8th year in a row as the Lady Pirates knocked down the Lady Mustangs 68-44 in Natalia.
Lytle was led by standout senior Calyssa Sevier who knocked down 30 points, grabbed 10 boards, and claimed one of the MVP Awards for the Rivalry game. Yahdi Lujan took the MVP for…
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