Lessons from the Rings - Regional Edition

Howdy all,

Have an oatmeal cookie and listen to a bit of jazz on oatmeal cookie day and international jazz day. 

“There is a destiny that makes us brothers,

None goes his way alone.

All that we send into the lives of others,

Comes back into our own.” –Edwin Markham

This weekend Katelin Van Dong completed her time as a thrower for Lytle and Noelia Medina finished her first season as a Lytle High school thrower.  Both ladies competed admirably and finished with great throws.  I attached both of their final throws.  I am not sure if they uploaded correctly.  Noelia finished 14th with a final throw of 100’4”.  Katelin finished 13th with a final throw of 32’6.5”.  It was an honor and joy to coach Katelin for 6 years.  I look forward to how far Noelia will progress in the future.  I hope you all finish out the school year well.  Thank you for allowing me to fill your inboxes with the accomplishments of the students I coach.  Thank you to all the district for your support of our athletes.  From Transportation to food from the Cafeteria to all the maintenance of our facilities which we compete on.  May each one realize how important you are to the success of the students here in Lytle.  Finally thanks to Coach Ruiz for allowing me to drive him all over Texas since 2005.

“If you get caught up in things over which you have no control, it will adversely affect those things over which you have control.” – advice to John Wooden from his father.

Hadley Foster Jr.

Lytle Throwers


Posted on April 30, 2018 and filed under How Did They Do, High School, Track & Field.