Coyotes endure adverse soccer campaign

The 2018 season was disappointing for the Uvalde Coyotes soccer program.

“We set some high expectations going into the season and, early on, we seemed to be on track,” said UHS head soccer coach Keith Pendleton.

“Unfortunately, we lost some players to jobs and other issues. That hurt our depth and we never seemed to recover from the loss of personnel,” said Pendleton.

“It is difficult to build team chemistry when you lose some of your core guys a couple of weeks before the start of district,” said Pendleton. “That made it very hard for us to recover.

“Despite the adversity, the rest of our team continued to play hard. They refused to quit and I was very proud of that,” said Pendleton.

UHS will lose a lot of seniors from this past season’s team, including Keith Pendleton Jr., Aldo Huerta, Marcos Martinez, Alejandro Chavez, Diego Marines, George Alamillo, Ryan Talavera, David Cobos, Nicholas Salazar, Ryan Aguilar and Cody Castillo.


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