Category Archives: Play to Win

Move to Class 3-AAA Brings New Challenges

The UIL announced new realignment numbers over the past week, and the Llano Yellowjackets will move from 4-A to 3-A in classification.  Llano High School has had a high of about 535 kids in the four grades over the past … Continue reading

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Seniors Can Be proud of 2019

The let down after the last football game every season is not measured in feet and inches, but in miles….just as there are few better feelings than beating Hondo, or Brady or Cuero…nothing worse than the last game. Every team … Continue reading

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Jackets Downed by Sinton in Area Game 41-33

The Sinton Pirates outscored the Llano Yellowjackets Friday night at Gustafson Stadium in San Antonio to advance in the State Playoffs.  The score of 41-33 is not misleading, as the teams scored each time putting the game closer as it … Continue reading

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Gustafson Stadium Has Llano Connection

Amanda Morgan Center graduated from Llano High School in 2014. Matthew Center graduated from Llano High School in 2013. Amanda and Matthew dated in high school, and attended The University of Texas together.  Matt graduated in 2017.  Amanda graduated in … Continue reading

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1957 Team Very Special

The 1957 Llano Yellowjackets were very good.  They had a defense that shutout four teams.  They allowed only 111 points all season.  The team played  in a time in which only the district champion made the playoffs.  Lose the wrong … Continue reading

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Jackets Beat Cuero…Iconic WINNNN !

The Yellowjackets win over defending State Champion Cuero Friday night in Jacket Stadium will go down as one of the great wins in Jacket history.  While Cuero is not having a championship season, the Gobblers are and will be a … Continue reading

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Jackets Stumble…Now Must Get Up

There is no nice way to talk about the Navarro game Friday night.  The 55-14 loss was just not good.  Llano never hit on any cylinders. The timing was off, the tackling was poor, and the offense had little time … Continue reading

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