Calallen tops UHS in series finale

James Volz|Leader-News Senior lefthander Connor Kimball pitches the ball toward the batter at home plate. The pitch came during the fifth inning of the Uvalde-Calallen playoff game last Saturday at Marvin Kolinek Field. Kimball pitched the final two and one-third innings of the game for the Coyotes. He allowed one hit, walked two batters, and struck out two batters.

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.

Calallen fans at Uvalde’s Marvin Kolinek field had something early to cheer about as the Wildcats used two hits and two Uvalde fielding errors to plate two runs in the second inning.

Colton Duff led off the inning with a double.

Clay Faught and Brian Juarez made it to base safely on back-to-back Uvalde fielding miscues.

Duff scored on the second fielding error.

Two outs later, Noah Rios singled to right field to load the bases.


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