Posts filed under Tennis

Michael Bradshaw falls at 4A Regionals

This past week Michael Bradshaw traveled to Corpus Christi to compete in the AAAA Regional Tennis Tournament. Michael had a great showing and played very well but a few unforced errors cost him the match, falling in 3 sets 1-6, 6-4, 4-6. I am very proud of Michael and all of his accomplishments. Michael has represented Lytle the last four years proudly and our program is in a better place because of his work and dedication. His great attitude and work ethic has transferred over to our younger players and we will feel his presence on the court for years to come. Coach Cameron and I will truly miss you Michael!


Frank P. Hernandez M.A.Ed.

Teacher – World Geography

Head Tennis Coach

Asst. Boys Basketball Coach

Lytle High School

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Posted on April 25, 2018 and filed under High School, How Did They Do, Tennis.

Pirate Tennis Shines at District

Monday, March 26, 2018 the Tennis district tournament was held in Uvalde and our Pirates won several honors.

JV Report:

Mixed Doubles – Joshua Rubio and Jasmine Munoz – 2nd place

Girls singles – Jaida Gomez – 3rd place

Boys singles – Jaron Calderon – 3rd place

Boys singles- Kyle Mueller – 2nd place

Boys Singles – Frank Flores-Garza – District Champion

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I am extremely proud of the hard work the JV squad put in this season, the future looks bright for Pirate Tennis!


Congratulations to Michael Bradshaw – Boys singles District Champion ( regional qualifier)


Back to back district champion!

I am very proud and want to thank all varsity players for their hard work all season. Special thanks to Michael Bradshaw, Laura Landeros, Candace Short and Aminah Alqahtani for their four years of hard work and dedication, I will truly miss you! Our program is in a better place because of you!

Frank P. Hernandez M.A.Ed.

Teacher – World Geography

Head Tennis Coach

Asst. Boys Basketball Coach

Lytle High School

Posted on April 2, 2018 and filed under How Did They Do, High School, Tennis.

Tennis Season Update - JV and Varsity

Just want to keep everyone up to date on how our tennis season is going. On the JV level I am excited about the rest of the season and the next couple of years that are to come with these athletes. I have 10 JV players and 8 are in their first season of ever playing the game and have made great strides. The two that have had the most success this season are Frank Flores-Garza and Kyle Mueller. Frank has one trophy under his belt this season, winning the SAISD #2 consolation championship. Kyle has won several matches this season and making to the semis of the SAISD consolation bracket before falling to Flores-Garza. On the girls side of things, Jaida  Gomez is starting to round into shape as we get ready for district in a few weeks.

On the Varsity level, Michael Bradshaw continues to show improvement off his regional qualifying season last year advancing to the semi final round of the Edison Bear tournament. Mark Gomez is getting a bunch of experience in his first season of varsity play and our girls doubles team of Laura Landeros and Candace Short have played several close matches this season that will get them prepared for another district run. Aminah Alqahtani is starting to get in mid- season form as she looks to make great strides on the girls singles side of things!

This week we travel to San Antonio to compete in the Brackenridge Eagle Invitational. Go Pirates!

Frank P. Hernandez M.A.Ed.

Teacher – World Geography

Head Tennis Coach

Asst. Boys Basketball Coach

Lytle High School

Posted on March 6, 2018 and filed under Tennis, How Did They Do, High School.

JV Tennis

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Last night, JV played an tough bracket and all went to the consolation side. However, with perseverance, the Semi-Finals was filled with Black and Gold with Kyle Mueller, Jasmine Munoz and Frank Flores-Garza leading the way. Frank Flores-Garza was triumphant as he took home the Consolation Trophy! (not too bad for only playing tennis for 4 weeks)

Very proud of all the tennis players and their accomplishments.

Thank you in advance for your support.

Julie Cameron


ELAR 6th Grade Honors

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Junior High Volleyball

Junior High Basketball

High School Tennis

Posted on February 16, 2018 and filed under High School, Tennis, How Did They Do.