Sports

Thu
08
Jun

Rangers roll to Major League baseball title

The Rangers scored seven times in the fourth inning and ended the game by way of the 10-run rule as they posted an 11-1 victory over the Cardinals in the Uvalde Little League Major Division baseball championship game last Friday night.

Jacob Hill hit a two-run single to begin the scoring for the Rangers in the fourth inning.

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Thu
08
Jun

Ramey returns to UHS basketball

Billy Ramey is the new boys head basketball coach at Uvalde High School.

While Ramey is the new head coach, he is not new to Uvalde.

Ramey returns to the position at UHS that he held from 2006-08.

After nearly 10 years of coaching at other places, Ramey comes back to where he had his first experience as a head coach.

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Sun
04
Jun

Uvalde Youth Rodeo Club hosts first points night tomorrow

The Uvalde Youth Rodeo Club (UYRC) will host its first points-night competition of the 2017 summer rodeo season tomorrow night at the Uvalde County Fairplex Arena.

Events will include lead-line competition, cloverleaf barrels, straight barrels, poles, goat tying, team roping, breakaway roping, tie-down roping and ribbon roping.

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Sun
04
Jun

Lobos seek basketball improvement

Despite starting the season with a young and inexperienced ball club, the Uvalde Lobos played competitive basketball last season.

With lots of returning personnel from the 2016-17 ball club, the Lobos look to improve next season.

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Sun
04
Jun

Uvalde Little League minor boys’ championship game

Home plate umpire Martin Quijano calls a RockHounds runner safe at home during the Uvalde Little League minor boys’ championship game between the Rock- Hounds and Mudcats. The Rockhounds went on to win the championship 5 to 4 during a game played Thursday evening at the Uvalde Sports Complex.

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Thu
01
Jun

Athletes honored at sports banquet

Hundreds of Uvalde High School athletes were honored at the 2017 UHS Sports Banquet staged Tuesday night in the Uvalde County Fairplex.

Highlighting the event sponsored by the Uvalde Athletic Booster Club was the featured speech delivered by Roland Ramirez and the presentation of special awards.

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Thu
01
Jun

Seniors top Juniors, 6-0, in Powder Puff game

The Uvalde High School Seniors combined a solid running attack on offense with a stingy defense to notch a 6-0 girls’ flag football victory over the UHS Juniors in Powder Puff MMXVII last Friday night.

Playing before a spirited crowd of fans in the Honey Bowl, the Senior girls dominated play throughout most of the ball game, but they struggled to put points on the scoreboard.

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Sun
28
May

Sports banquet scheduled Tuesday

Tuesday at the Uvalde County Fairplex, the 2017 Uvalde High School Sports Banquet will be held.

Doors will open at 6 p.m., dinner will be served starting at 6:30 p.m., while the program will get underway at approximately 7:30 p.m.

Sponsored by the Uvalde Athletic Booster Club, the event will honor UHS athletes for their efforts throughout the 2016-17 school year.

 

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Sun
28
May

Eight Lobos make All-District softball team

Eight members of the Uvalde Lobos softball team have been selected to the District 29-5A All-District team.

Uvaldeans named to the elite team were seniors Ale Garza, Amanda Sandoval, and Sara Ramos, junior Denise Longoria, and sophomores Kyle Sendejo, Kamryn Arredondo, Faith Mata, and Deandra Vera.

Longoria, a pitcher and third baseman, shared the district’s most valuable player honors with Eagle Pass Winn’s Cassandra Flores.

 

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Thu
25
May

UHS Sports Banquet scheduled Tuesday at the Fairplex

Former Uvalde High School standout athlete Roland Ramirez will be the featured speaker for the Uvalde High School sports banquet scheduled next Tuesday night at the Uvalde County Fairplex.

The event will begin at 6 p.m.

Tickets for the banquet cost $15 and they are available at the Uvalde High School athletic office or at the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District Central Office.

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