The Uvalde Lobos enjoyed a successful end to their 2014 volleyball regular season Tuesday as they recorded a 25-19, 25-15, and 25-21 sweep over the Laredo Cigarroa Lady Toros. With the victory, the Lobos chalked up a win in their final home match of the season, gave the UHS Seniors on the team a final home victory, and clinched third place in the District 29-5A volleyball standings.
The Uvalde Coyotes will play one of the top football teams in District 29-5A tomorrow night when they host the Southside Cardinals. Kick-off time for the 2014 Uvalde High School homecoming football game is set for 7:30 p.m. in the Honey Bowl.
Uvalde High School cross-country runners will be in San Antonio on Saturday to compete in the Class 5A Region IV cross-country run. The Class 5A regional girls’ race at the University of Texas at San Antonio’s National Shooting Complex is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., while the Class 5A regional boys’ race is set to start at 10:30 a.m.
The Uvalde Coyotes put on a tremendous fourth-period comeback Friday night, but their rally fell short as they wound up losing a 44-39 district football decision to the Somerset Bulldogs. Down 38-14 late in the third period, the Coyotes battled back to cut the scoring deficit to five points, 44-39, with 3:50 left in the ball game.
Uvalde High School finished second in the District 29-4A/30-4A Area team tennis tournament last weekend at Corpus Christi. Coach Terri Rambie’s Lobos and Coyotes lost a 10-4 dual-team match against the Flour Bluff Hornets in the championship match last Saturday.
The Uvalde Lobos will be at Somerset tomorrow night to battle the Somerset Lady Bulldogs in a District 29-5A volleyball rematch. Varsity action is set to begin at 6 p.m., while the sub-varsity matches are scheduled to start at 5 p.m.
The Uvalde Coyotes will face the Somerset Bulldogs, the pre-season pick to win the District 29-5A football title, in action tomorrow at Somerset. Kick-off time for the district contest at Somerset’s Bulldogs Stadium is set for 7:30 p.m.
The Uvalde Coyotes won a 21-15 football thriller in the Honey Bowl Friday. Early on and for most of the game, the Coyotes looked certain to post their seventh football victory of the season. But the Laredo Nixon Mustangs rallied in the fourth period to make a game of it as they made some big plays work forthem in a comeback bid.
The Uvalde Lobos are the District 29-5A crosscountry champions. Uvalde High School claimed the top two individual spots in the district race at Eagle Pass Thursday and finished at the top of the girls’ varsity team standings with 49 points.
La Pryor Bulldogs handed the Nueces Canyon Panthers a 66-12 loss on Friday night in the district opener. The Panthers were able to get on the board in the first half with a 54-yard touchdown pass from Bailey Gober to Nathan Carleton. The point-after-touchdown attempt was no good. In the second half, Gober connected with Wesley Harmon for an 18-yard touchdown with the pointafter attempt once again being no good.