Sports

Sun
23
Oct

Coyotes fall in 56-53 thriller

The Uvalde Coyotes ran out of time. They never ran out of fighting spirit. Down by 21 points with 2:14 left in the ball game, the Coyotes scored three touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as the Floresville Tigers wound up with a 56-53 win Friday night in the Honey Bowl.
 
Thu
20
Oct

Coyotes host Floresville tomorrow

The Uvalde Coyotes will go up against the Floresville Tigers in District 29-5A football competition here tomorrow night. Kick-off time for the contest in the Honey Bowl is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Floresville’s Tigers, 1-1 in district play and 2-5 for the season, lost to the San Antonio McCollum Cowboys, 42-21, last Friday.
 
Sun
16
Oct

Lobos host Winn in volleyball Tuesday

The Uvalde Lobos will observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month as they host Dig Pink Night in Uvalde High School’s Harvey Kinchlow Gym on Tuesday night. They will host the Eagle Pass Lady Mavericks in District 29-5A volleyball competition.
 
Sun
16
Oct

Coyotes win 28-21 road thriller

The Uvalde Coyotes won another football thriller Friday night. They got off to a 15-point lead in the first half and held off the Harlandale Indians in the second half to record a 28-21 victory in Harlandale Memorial Stadium at San Antonio.
 
Thu
13
Oct

Lobos, Coyotes run at Eagle Pass today

Today at Eagle Pass, the Uvalde High School cross-country team will compete in running action in the Eagle Pass Winn Invitational. The event will be a warm-up for the District 29-5A cross-country run scheduled to be hosted by Winn one week from today at the Eagle Pass Golf Course.
 
Thu
13
Oct

Coyotes play in Harlandale Stadium

The Uvalde Coyotes will travel to San Antonio tomorrow night to take on the Harlandale Indians in District 29-5A football. Kick-off time for the contest in Harlandale Memorial Stadium is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
 
Thu
06
Oct

Lobos win top honors in SWTJC cross-country run

The Uvalde Lobos won first place in the high school varsity girls’ 5A-6A division of the fourth-annual Southwest Texas Junior College Invitational cross-country meet last Saturday. Six Uvalde High School girls wound up among the top 10 finishing individuals as the Lobos claimed top honors in the team standings with 28 points.
 

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