Pirates welcome new Head Coach Trevino

Adrian Trevino is the new Head Football Coach and Boys’ Athletic Director at Lytle ISD.

The Lytle Pirates began preparing for this football season last Monday, August 2nd with their new Head Football Coach and Boy’s Athletic Director Adrian Trevino. This is Trevino’s first year as Lytle’s head coach and he has set high goals for the program.
“Our goals are to bring continued success to Lytle. Our vision is to create a successful, tradition-rich program that is based on the Core Values we created with our Leadership Council of Juniors and Seniors this past Spring,” Trevino said. “We are proud of the progress and improvement that we have seen since February and our staff is looking forward to seeing it pay dividends this coming Fall. Our staff and team have high expectations for the 2021 season and we believe that we have the student-athletes, coaching staff and administrative support to achieve great things.”
Lytle’s summer athletic program has also put a strong push behind the team’s training.
“Our kids did an outstanding job during our summer strength and conditioning program. We designed a program that focused on building upper body, lower body and core strength, along with flexibility, explosive power, change of direction and speed development,” Trevino said. “We wanted to teach how to lift and ensure that our kids lifted with safety and their well-being in mind. Our kids responded well and we saw consistent and significant gains throughout the course of the summer.”
Alongside the physical training being put in, Trevino aims to instill a strong relationship between the program’s players and staff.
“We have a great coaching staff and athletic department. All of our coaches do a great job of building relationships with all of our student body and care about their well-being,” Trevino said. “This is crucial to developing a consistent, winning culture that leads to success in the classroom, on the field, on the court and on the track.”
The results of the dedication and work can already be seen in the team’s performance.
“We participated in a 7on7 league in San Antonio and were able to compete successfully against top competition,” Trevino said. “Our kids did a great job and displayed a significant amount of growth and understanding of our schemes the more that they played together.”
With a coaching career beginning in 2002, Trevino has been a part of numerous successful coaching programs, like Harlandale, winning three bi-district championships and one area championship in football.