Sixth Grade Visits NCTC
On Friday, the sixth grade took a field trip to NCTC and heard a presentation.
JV Girls at Sacred Heart Friday
The JV Girls basketball team will be traveling to Muenster on Friday afternoon to play Sacred Heart. Start time is scheduled for 4:30 pm.
Knights at Collinsville Friday
Coming up next for the Lindsay Knights are three games at Collinsville on Friday. Here is the schedule of games:
JV Boys – 5:00
Varsity Girls – 6:15
Varsity Boys – 7:30
JH Basketball Teams in Action Thursday
On Thursday night, the Junior High basketball teams played Valley View. The boys were at home, and we have photos of them in action here:
7A Boys | 8A Boys | Combo B Boys (vs. Era)
JH UIL Winners Recognized
Lindsay ISD honored the Junior High UIL Academic District Champions on Tuesday. After the event, the Junior High UIL Academic participants posed for a group picture.
All-Star Football Game to Include Knights
Lindsay High School will have three coaches and a player participating in the 2020 Oil Bowl football game, which will be held at the Wichita Falls Memorial Stadium on June 20.
Head Coach Jeff Smiley will be coaching the defense for the East Texas All-Stars, and Assistant Coaches Zach Birdwell and Keith Hall will be working the sidelines as well.
LHS football standout Tanner Corcoran will be one of the players in the Oil Bowl, which has been a Texas tradition since 1938.
Congratulations to all on this great honor.
Schuckers Honored at Banquet
Lindsay football standout Kolt Schuckers was honored at the Built Tough Ford Player of the Year Banquet in Frisco on Saturday. Details are on our TeamApp page.
Thurmans Win Awards at Fort Worth
Lindsay students Simon and Henry Thurman started off the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show with impressive results. Simon won first in his class and Reserve Champion in the Farm and Ranch Restoration Division with his tractor restoration project. Henry received a blue ribbon for his impressive deer blind.
Cheerleaders Earn Fourth Place Finish
FORT WORTH-The Varsity Cheerleaders earned a fourth place finish in the State UIL Spirit Competition last Thursday. We have a photo gallery of the prelims here.
LHS Students Win at UIL Student Congress
AUSTIN-Congratulations to Mia Hweidi and Maggie Krahl on placing at the State UIL Student Congress!! Mia is the State Champion of the 2A UIL Student Congress and Maggie placed 4th.
Fifth Graders Enjoy Finance Lesson
Austin Reiter (AVP Commercial Lender) and Kelly Corbett (Business Development Officer), gave a presentation to Lindsay ISD 5th graders recently. They covered the basics of financial literacy, understanding your credit score and banking careers at First State Bank.
Students Compete in State Student Congress
AUSTIN-LHS students Mia Hweidi, Maggie Krahl, and Jackson Blackmon competed at the UIL State Student Congress last Tuesday. Mia and Maggie advanced to the finals were held last Wednesday, and Mia was among the students that were pictured on the cover for this year's program.
Ag Department Receives Donation
The Lindsay ag department recently received a second donation from ESAB North America. Thank you so much to Billy Fitzgerald, Rudy Hess and the team at ESAB for your continued support of our program. We are so fortunate to have a community and companies that value the growth of our students. This donation will enable our students to continue gaining valuable metal working and shop experience.
How to Find Old Photo Galleries
Photo galleries that are no longer on the main page can be found on the page for that particular sport or activity. For example, football galleries can be found on our football page (click Athletics, then Football). Cheerleader and pep rally galleries can be found on the cheerleading page (click Activities, then Cheerleading).
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