Sports

Sun
21
May

Powder Puff MMXVII set Friday

The 2017 Uvalde High School girls’ flag football classic, Powder Puff MMXVII, is scheduled to be played in the Honey Bowl next Friday night.

Competition between the UHS Class of 2017 girls and the UHS Class of 2018 girls is set to begin at approximately 6 p.m.

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Sun
21
May

Coyotes seek more football success

The Uvalde Coyotes enjoyed a successful football season last year.

They posted a 7-4 season record and finished third in District 29-5A competition behind Floresville and Eagle Pass Winn.

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Thu
18
May

Another good tennis season is anticipated

The 2016-17 school year was another great year for Uvalde High School tennis.

Coach Terri Rambie’s Lobos and Coyotes won another district team tennis title and they wound up fifth overall in the area.

In District 29-5A, Bella Griffin captured the girls’ most valuable player honors and Jeffrey Hopper captured the boys’ most valuable player.

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Thu
18
May

Many home football games in 2017

Next football season, the Uvalde Coyotes will play the majority of their games at home.

Six of their 10 regularseason games, including two District 29-5A ball games, will be played in the Honey Bowl.

“After all the traveling we did last season, it will be great not to have to travel this coming season,” said Uvalde High School head football coach Gary Griffin.

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Sun
14
May

District 29-5A swept in bi-district

Four Coastal Bend teams advance 

 

District 30-5A teams won eight of the nine bi-district baseball games that they played against District 29-5A teams last weekend.

The Floresville Tigers were the only District 29-5A team to win a bi-district game last weekend.

After losing an 11-4 decision to the Corpus Christi Ray Texans in their series opener, the 29-5A runner-up Tigers won game two as they downed the Texans, 5-2, in the first game of a doubleheader.

 

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Sun
14
May

Coyotes seek better hoops season in 2017-18

Last season was a tough season for Uvalde High School boys’ basketball.

The loss of personnel and injuries throughout the season, and a tough pre-district and district schedule made for a long season.

“It was a disappointing season for the coaching staff and for the kids,” said Uvalde High School head coach Kohl Neel. “It seems like everything that possibly could have gone wrong did go wrong.

 

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Thu
11
May

Coyotes fall to Wildcats, 5-4, in bi-district opener

The Uvalde Coyotes mounted a seventhinning comeback, but their rally fell short as they lost a 5-4 decision to the Calallen Wildcats in game one of their bi-district baseball series last Friday night at Corpus Christi.

Trailing 5-2, the Coyotes rallied for two runs in the seventh inning.

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Thu
11
May

Calallen tops UHS in series finale

There was not enough hitting or defense by the Uvalde Coyotes last Saturday afternoon as they lost a 7-0 baseball decision to the Calallen Wildcats in the second and final game of their bi-district playoff series.

The Uvaldeans managed only two hits off Calallen pitchers, while the Coyotes committed six defensive errors.

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Sun
07
May

Lobos enjoy success in track-and-field

The Uvalde Lobos did not advance an athlete to the state track-and-field meet, but 2017 was a huge year for the Uvalde High School girls track-and-field program.

Besides winning the District 29-5A girls’ team track-and-field championship, the Lobos advanced three athletes to last weekend’s regional track meet at San Antonio.

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Sun
07
May

Coyotes, Calallen wind up playoff

The Uvalde Coyotes were scheduled to wind up their best-of-three, bi-district baseball playoff series against the Corpus Christi Calallen Wildcats at home yesterday.

Game two of the series was set for a 3 p.m. start at Marvin Kolinek Field.

If needed, game three of the series was to follow game two.

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