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High School UIL

Girls Compete in Student Congress Finals
Student congress kids at Austin.

On January 11, LHS students Rory Dulock and Loren Freeman qualified for the finals at the UIL Student Congress competition in Austin. In the final round on January 12, Rory finished 11th and Loren was 13thThey are pictured with alternate Jennifer Brandle and adviser Cassie Woods.

Debate Team Does Well at Student Congress
Student congress group pictureFORT WORTH-The Lindsay HS Debate team traveled to ESC11 on November 8 to compete in the regional Congress meet against other schools in the region. Our students did very well at this meet. Here are the results:

1st place, Loren Freeman

2nd: Rory Dulock 

5th: Maya Dulock

7th: Abby Brennan

8th: Jennifer Brandle 

Thanks to Ms. Woods for the photo. 

LHS Busy with Virtual Meets
Lindsay High School students have been working at sharpening their skills by competing at Virtual Academic Meets. See the October results here.

Lindsay Competes at State Meet
Here are the results from the 2021 State UIL Academic Meet. Lindsay finished in fourth place overall:


5th – Jase Keith

10th (T) - Colton Popp

10th (T) – Dhruv Patel

Gage Bezner

2nd Place Team

Number Sense

3rd – Colton Popp

4th – Gage Bezner

7th – Ryan Hellman

8th - Corey Metzler

2nd Place Team


4th – Shelby Lawson

5th – Jackson Blackmon

7th – CJ Corbell

Michael Sprouse

2nd Place Team

Social Studies

1st – Cooper Carter

Jackson Blackmon

Andrew Goldsmith

Natalie Fuhrmann

2nd Place Team


Gage Bezner


7th Stephen Fuhrmann

Literary Criticism

Loren Freeman

Full meet results

Lindsay Wins Regional UIL Title
Lindsay High School is the Region II-2A UIL Academic Champion!  Great job students and coaches! 
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LHS Wins District UIL Academic Title
UIL participants pose for photo

Lindsay High School has won the District 13-2A UIL Academic championship. Testing events were held on March 26, speech events concluded on April 1. 

Lindsay won the meet with 599 points, Muenster came in second with 480 points, and Era finished third with 295 points. Lindsay will advance 26 of 32 competitors to compete for the Regional Championship, which will be held April 16-17 at Grayson College in Denison.

Lindsay had a great day, taking home team championships in the following events: Accounting, Calculator, Mathematics, Number Sense, Science, and Social Studies. Lindsay has several students ranked in the top 10 of all competitors within the state after district competition such as: Cooper Carter (2nd, Social Studies), Macey Hawkins (3rd, Computer Apps), Corey Metzler (4th, Number Sense), CJ Corbell (5th, Science), and Ryan Hellman (5th, Number Sense).

photo of medals and plaques won at district

UIL Participation Guidelines

UIL follows the "no pass, no play" rules.  A student must be passing to compete.  Anyone may try out for a team.  We encourage attendance at practices.  We encourage participants to go to three practice meets in the spring.  The coach will decide the final four members of each team based on performance.  

Students are expected to dress above our school dress code standards for attendance at district, regional and state meets. No jeans are allowed when competing.  



Rose Barnhill


Matt Brennan

Current Events, Social Studies

Linus Fuhrmann

Number Sense

Patty Haayen

Informative & Persuasive Speaking

Craig Hertel

Lit Crit, Speech, Debate,Journalism, Ready Writing, One Act Play Director

Denise Keith


Barbara Westbrook

Accounting, Computer Applications

Taylor Zepeda

Theatrical Design, One Act Play AD

Darrel Westbrook

Computer Science, Mathematics

Josh Yosten

Calculator Applications




LHS Invitational Meet