Sports

Sun
07
Jun

Coyotes seek hoop-full of success in 2015-16

Last basketball season was a close-but-no-cigar kind of season as the Coyotes wound up with an overall 11-19 season record. They placed sixth in the District 29-5A standings and posted a 4-10 record. “Even though our final season record might not seem to show it, the Coyotes really improved a lot last season,” said head coach Tut Wardlaw. “We played pretty good basketball throughout the season. “We had many games that could have gone either way with just another made bucket or two,” said Wardlaw. “We had a lot of close games, especially in district.”

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Sun
07
Jun

League title games set tomorrow

Tomorrow night at the city of Uvalde Sports Complex, two Little League championship games will be played. At 7:30 p.m., the Little League Major League baseball championship game will get underway as the Cardinals will go up against the Yankees for the overall league crown. That game will be played at Kiwanis Field. At 6 p.m., the Little League Major League softball championship will be conducted at Avalos Field as Baylor plays LSU for the league title.

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Thu
04
Jun

UHS athletes enjoy an uplifting season

Uvalde High School’s powerlifting team enjoyed a very successful season in 2015. And next season could be another good year for powerlifting at UHS. “The 2015 season was an amazing season for our powerlifting program, one filled with many memories,” said UHS head powerlifting coach R.T. Gonzales. “We reached heights that had never really been reached for the powerlifting program at Uvalde High School.”

Thu
04
Jun

Five Coyotes make All-District

Five members of the 2015 Uvalde High School baseball team have been chosen to District 29-5A’s All-District team. Uvaldeans picked to the elite district team are seniors Jerry Almaraz, Manza Hale, and Adlai Koepp, and juniors Nico Santos and Ernest Ortiz Jr. Almaraz and Hale were named as first-team outfielders, Santos was chosen as a first-team pitcher, Ortiz gained firstteam honors as a second baseman, while Koepp made the team as an honorable mention first baseman.

 
Fri
29
May

Ten UHS girls make All-District

Ten Uvalde High School softball players have been selected to the District 29-5A All-District softball team announced by district officials this past week.
 
Fri
29
May

Coyotes seek more baseball success in 2016

Uvalde High School enjoyed a successful baseball season this year. The Coyotes placed third in the District 29-5A race and they came a couple of plays short of winning a single-game playoff
against the Gregory-Portland Wildcats in bi-district action.
 
Wed
27
May

Booster club honors 2014-15 Uvalde High School athletes

Highlighting the Uvalde High School Sports Banquet Tuesday night was the presentation of the special awards. UHS assistant coach Rhonda Marquart announced the winners of the special awards, while members of the UHS coaching staff greeted the winners.

Wed
27
May

Pearson delivers banquet speech

The path less traveled was the theme of featured speaker Drew Pearson’s Tuesday night speech to the crowd in attendance at the 2015 Uvalde High School Sports Banquet. Pearson’s speech at the Uvalde County Event Center at the Fairplex topped the annual event hosted by the Uvalde Athletic Booster Club to honor UHS athletes for their endeavors.

Fri
22
May

football: Juniors edge Seniors 16-14

Running back Payton Redfearn (right) tries to elude defender Brittany Sendejo (left) during first-half action in the Uvalde High School Powder Puff football game.
 
Fri
22
May

Lobos enjoy volleyball success, seek more in 2015

Despite a lot of changes, the Uvalde Lobos enjoyed a successful volleyball  season in 2014. The Lobos entered the season with some new  players, a new head coach, and played in a new volleyball district. But they overcame the  adversity of this transition, placed third in new  District 29-5A, and made it to post-season play, before losing to the Flour Bluff Lady Hornets, 25-21, 21-25,  25-12, and 25-22, in a bidistrict decision.

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