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.

“I was proud of the way our kids hung in there, ground it out, and finished the season,” said Neel. “Life is about overcoming obstacles and the kids in our program proved that they are capable of overcoming obstacles.”

The Coyotes played in A new six-team district that includes Eagle Pass Winn, Floresville, Southside, and the Harlandale ISD schools Harlandale and McCollum.

“It is a competitive district,” said Neel. “I think it is a district that the Coyotes can compete in.”


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