All high school volleyball players started practice this week, and after just four days to get back in the arm-swing of things they will compete tomorrow in their first scrimmage. This season will be the first for head coach Jessica Campbell, who was head basketball coach at Uvalde High School last year. She has not coached volleyball since moving to Uvalde.
One reciever successfully shakes his defender and jumps into the air to complete a pass Tuesday morning during the second day of football practice. The Coyote’s first scrimmage of the season has changed to Saturday, Aug. 16 in Del Rio starting at 9 and 10 a.m. The scrimmage was originally set Aug. 15.
Future Lobo basketball players worked last week to improve their skills and get a feel for the game of hoops during the Uvalde Girls Basketball Summer Camp. The camp was given by Uvalde High School girls head basketball coach Karla Sendejo July 28-30 at the Harvey Kinchlow Gymnasium at Uvalde High School.
Here come the Coyotes tomorrow as they officially begin the 2014 football season with the first day of practice. Monday through Friday, freshmen through senior football players will start practice at 7 a.m. All players will be released at 10:30 a.m. for a lunch break, after which all JV and varsity players will return at 11:30 a.m. to work out for another hour.
The 2014 Uvalde Honey Capital Open was held last weekend with 12 different divisions taking part in tennis action. The two-day event attracted both local and widespread tennis enthusiasts who participated in double elimination and round robin action. The tournament was held at the tennis complex at Uvalde High School.
Garrett Talamantes enjoyed three first-place finishes and Mattie Elder, Morgan Brown and Skylar Garza each placed first in two events during Uvalde Youth Rodeo Club’s final ribbon-night competition of the 2014 summer season. Complete ribbon-night results by age were as follows: Cloverleaf barrels, 7-andunder division: 1. Garrett Talamantes, 18.250; 2. Willie Garcia, 22.394; 3. McKinzie Speer, 23.960; 4. Kiley Dean, 25.708; 5. Franscisco Medina, 32.026; 6. Madison Speer, 77.78.
Miniature Coyotes watched and attacked the football this week during the Uvalde Youth Football Summer Camp held at the Uvalde High School practice fields. The football camp, which began Monday and ended yesterday, is just one of the annual camps held each year to teach area youth the basics of different team sports available at UHS.
One week from tomorrow, the Uvalde Coyotes will begin their pre-season workouts for the 2014 Texas high school football season. Because the Coyotes did not have spring football last spring, they will begin their fall practice workouts one week earlier than the high schools that conducted spring football. The Coyotes also gain an extra football scrimmage by beginning their pre-season practice sessions one week earlier.
The Uvalde Coyotes will make their 2014 season home debut when they host the San Antonio Highlands Owls on Sept. 5. This game will mark the beginning of the 66th season for Uvalde High School football in the Honey Bowl. uilt in the post-World War II period, the original stadium consisted of two concrete grandstands on the block located adjacent to the intersection of Knox Street and Sabinal Street on the north side of Uvalde.
Ricky Salazar is the new head baseball coach at Uvalde High School. He was officially hired by the Uvalde Consolidated Indepedent School District Monday night. Salazar comes to Uvalde from Corpus Christi Carrol, where he served as an assistant baseball coach from 2012-14.