Uvalde High School Powder Puff MMXV will feature the Class of 2015 girls against the Class of 2016 girls. Some of those girls who will participate in the football game Thursday in the Honey Bowl include: (left to right) UHS seniors Katie Rocha, Savannah Rangel, Nadia Gomez, and UHS juniors Gloria Perez, Sarah Contreras, and Payton Redfearn.
Adriana “Wicky” Estrada hits the ball into center field for a single. Her hit came in the fourth inning of a recent bi-district softball game between the Uvalde Lobos and the Corpus Christi Moody Lady Trojans at San Antonio.
Hondo Sanchez (No. 9) slides into second base safely as a couple of Gregory-Portland infielders try to grab the baseball. In the second inning of the bi-district game last Saturday, the G-P first baseman (not pictured) fielded a ground a ball and tried to throw out Sanchez at second, but the ball slipped through the shortstop’s glove for an error.
Three time National Football League Pro Bowl wide receiver Drew Pearson will be the featured speaker for the 2015 Uvalde High School Sports Banquet scheduled May 26 at the Uvalde County Events Center at the Fairplex.
Corpus Christi Moody’s Lady Trojans were fundamentally better than the Uvalde Lobos in the twogame bi-district baseball series last weekend. Moody did a superior job of hitting, throwing, and catching the softball. The end result was a 12-0, 11-0 sweep of the Class 5A bi-district series by the Lady Trojans. “Moody is a good ball club. Their girls know and understand the game,” said Uvalde High School head softball coach Arlynda Flores. “The Moody series was not the best way to end a building season. It was evident that we did not perform to our abilities
At San Antonio tomorrow night, the Uvalde Coyotes will take on the District 30-5A runner-up Gregory-Portland Wildcats in a single-game playoff for bi-district baseballhonors. Competition at SouthSan High School’s Burrows- Gustafson Field will start at 7:30 p.m. Directions to South San’s Burrows-GustafsonField:
Clayton King became the first Uvalde High School golfer in 17 years to play in the state golf tournament recently as he took part in the Class 5A tournament at Bastrop’s Wolfdancer Golf Course. King, a 16-year-old UHS
Friday night at Castroville, the Uvalde Coyotes entered baseball play against the Medina Valley Panthers needing a victory to clinch third place in the District 29-5A standings. Results from the Uvalde- Medina Valley game will be