Sports

Thu
02
Mar

Coyotes place second in relays

The Uvalde Coyotes opened the track-andfield season with a tie for second place in the team standings of the 52ndannual Uvalde Relays last Saturday.

Coach Roger Treviño’s rolled up 105 points to tie Eagle Pass Winn for second place.

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Sun
26
Feb

Uvalde High School players vie in tennis competition

Uvalde High School tennis players were to take part in the San Antonio Northside ISD varsity tournament and the Uvalde varsity open tournament this weekend.

Results from the two tournaments will be reported in next Thursday’s edition of the Uvalde Leader-News.

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Sun
26
Feb

Lobos face tough softball slate

Next weekend, the Uvalde Lobos will participate in a softball tournament that will feature most of the best high school softball teams in the Coastal Bend area.

Coach Giovanni Gonzalez’s Lobos will vie in the Corpus Christi ISD softball tournament.

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Thu
23
Feb

Fowler places in two state swimming events

Uvalde High School’s Mabel Fowler placed fourth in one event and fifth in another in Class 5A competition at the state swimming meet last weekend at Austin.

Fowler, a UHS senior, improved upon her time and placement in both events.

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Thu
23
Feb

Lobos place first in softball tourney

The Uvalde Lobos are the champions of the 2017 Uvalde Softball Classic.

Trailing by a score of 3-2, the Lobos rallied to score three runs in the sixth inning and went on to post a 5-3 victory over the Laredo LBJ Lady Wolves.

Denise Longoria led off Uvalde’s hitting in the sixth inning.

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Sun
19
Feb

UHS athletes compete in weekend activities

Uvalde High School athletes were in action in state swimming, regional wrestling and in powerlifting this weekend. Mabel Fowler was scheduled to represent UHS in state swimming competition at Austin’s Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center.

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Sun
19
Feb

Lobos win first two tourney games

The Uvalde Lobos began play in the 2017 Uvalde Softball Classic with a pair of victories Thursday night at the Uvalde High School softball field. They trounced the Carrizo Springs Lady Wildcats, 19-3, and shut out the Hondo Owls 6-0.

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Thu
16
Feb

Coyotes win hoops season finale

The Uvalde Coyotes netted a 55-45 basketball victory over the Eagle Pass Winn Mavericks Tuesday.

Playing before a large Uvalde High School Seniors Night crowd in Harvey Kinchlow Gym, the Coyotes got off to an early lead and they never trailed in their final game of the 2016-17 season.

Prior to the game, seven UHS senior basketball players, including Silver Flores, Johnny Limones, Joe Martinez, Hector Almanza, Ryan Perez, Tyler Gilland, and Christian Chapoy were honored with their parents during a special ceremony.

 

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Thu
16
Feb

Trinity University signs Fowler to athletic scholarship

As a preface to swimming in her last high school state swimming competition this weekend, Uvalde’s Mabel Fowler signed a letter of intent to attend Trinity University on scholarship next season.

At a gathering of about 75 family members and friends at the Southwest Texas Junior College swimming pool, the Uvalde High School senior made it official as she signed her letter of intent to attend Trinity University for next school year.

Prior to the signing ceremony, Mabel’s father, Rob Fowler, welcomed everyone in attendance, including family members, several coaches, Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District officials, and many friends.

 

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Sun
12
Feb

King receives golf scholarship from Concordia University

Clayton King signed his letter of intent to attend Concordia College on a golf scholarship at a special signing ceremony last Thursday afternoon at Uvalde Memorial Golf Course.

Approximately 60 family members and friends were on hand for the signing ceremony.

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