Down by one run, the Tar Heels scored six times in the fifth inning and went on to post a 12-7 win over the Bears in the Uvalde Little League Senior Division softball championship game Monday night. Playing before a large crowd at Freddy Avalos Field, the Tar Heels combined six hits with one Bears defensive error to plate six runs in their decisive six-run fifth inning.
With two outs and the bases loaded, Joey Valerio ripped a double to right center field to drive in three runs. The Rangers went on to score two more runs in the sixth inning on the way to an 11-8 upset victory over the Marlins in
the Uvalde Little League Junior Division baseball championship game Tuesday night at Marvin Kolinek Field
Uvalde High School head tennis coach Terri Rambie will conduct a Uvalde youth tennis camp beginning tomorrow at the UHS Tennis Center. The four-day camp that will run through Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. each day, is open to Uvalde boys and girls, from age 4 up to incoming ninth-graders.
Somerset will be at Nixon to open district play on Saturday, Sept. 27. All District 29-5A schools will play football on Oct. 3. The Coyotes will be on the road to face the Cigarroa Toros. Other games will include Eagle Pass Winn at Medina Valley, Laredo Martin at Somerset, and Nixon at Southside. On Oct. 10 the District 29-5A football schedule will feature the Coyotes at the Winn Mavericks, Laredo Nixon at Medina Valley, Southside at Somerset Cigarroa vs. Martin
Five Star Performance Camps visited La Pryor on May 31. The sports camp, under the direction of Clarence Nevels, provides athletic training programs, academic development programs, and college recruitment assistance. Trainers were Coy Jacobs, Dean Herbort, Sheldon Jackson and Homberto Montenbruck. Jacobs, who worked
Jessica Guzman belted a three-run triple to right field to top off a five-run fifth inning for the Tigers, who went on to record a 12-9 win over the Badgers in the Uvalde Little League Major Division softball championship game Monday night. Down 9-7, the Tigers put their first two batters of the fifth inning on base as Michaela Contreras and Alexyss Menchaca singled.
The Rangers outscored the Cardinals, 11-8, in the Uvalde Little League Major Division baseball championship game Friday night. Playing before a large crowd of fans at Kiwanis Field, the Rangers scored four runs in the bottom half of the first inning to take an early 4-1 lead.
Despite having a lot of young, inexperienced players, the Uvalde High School golf team enjoyed a lot of success last season. With almost everyone returning from the 2013-14 golf campaign, the Coyotes and the Lobos expect an even better performance in 2014-15. Both the Coyotes and the Lobos wound up third in the District 29-4A golf team standings.
Uvalde High School’s Drew Kirkpatrick will be in Arlington June 27 and 28 to participate in the Blue-Grey National Super football combine. Kirkpatrick, a 6-foot-4, 308-pound lineman, is busy preparing for the combine and his senior year at UHS. By taking part in the combine, Kirkpatrick hopes to enhance his chances of gaining a college football scholarship as many collegiate coaches will be on hand to scout those participating in the football player combine.
Ten members of the Uvalde Coyotes baseball team were selected to the 2014 District 29-4A All- District baseball team announced recently. Uvalde High School junior outfielder Jerry Almaraz made the All-District first team. Sophomore pitcher Elias Garza, junior pitcher Hector Rodriguez, junior second baseman J.R. Vera, and senior shortstop Daren Redfearn were chosen to the All-District second team.