Lytle welcomes new Head Football Coach

Adrian Trevino is taking over as both Head Coach of the football team and as the Boys’ Athletic Coordinator.

Lytle ISD is very excited to welcome Coach Adrian Trevino to their staff as the new Head Football Coach and Boys’ Coordinator. Coach Trevino started his coaching career in Brookshire after receiving his college education from Texas State in 2002 and graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School in San Antonio in 1997. He has held several coaching positions including served as an Assistant Coach, Special Teams Coordinator and Defensive Coordinator at Antonian College Preparatory, John F. Kennedy H.S., Harlandale H.S. and Oliver Wendell Holmes H.S. This will be his first time as a Head Football coach but his past has prepared him well for the task.
“We are working and looking to bring continued success to Lytle. We are building a foundation for our football program, based on Core Values that our Juniors and Seniors created this Spring. We implemented a challenging off-season program beginning in February and the response by our players was outstanding. We continue to lift, while installing our offensive and defensive schemes and our players have embraced our new process,” Coach Trevino said when asked about his goals next season.
“I speak for our staff when I say that we appreciate all the hard work that our players have put in thus far, this Spring. We appreciate the support our District Board of Trustees, Administration, Faculty, Staff and Community have given and continue to give to our program. Our players have responded extremely well to all the changes that have taken place,” said the new coach.
The High School Pirates will begin their training the first week of August and will have their Summer Power Camp. Right now their tentative schedule has them scrimmaging Brackettville August 20th, a game against Poth August 27th, and district to start in the middle of September. All of Lytle is looking forward to another great football season under the new leadership of Coach Trevino!
By Dicy Chambers
Sports Writer