Next football season, the Uvalde Coyotes will play the majority of their games at home.
Six of their 10 regular-season games, including two District 29-5A ball games, will be played in the Honey Bowl.
“After all the traveling we did last season, it will be great not to have to travel this coming season,” said Uvalde High School head football coach Gary Griffin.
Four of the first five games for the Coyotes next season will be played in the Honey Bowl.
“We will begin next football season with a young ball club and hopefully the familiarity of playing at home will give us an advantage over our opponents early on,” said Griffin.
The Coyotes will begin their season at home when they host the Monterrey Tech Rams on Sept. 1.
“Our game against Monterrey Tech kind of set the tone for our season last year and we came from behind to win it,” said Griffin. “Tech plays good football, year in and year out, so our opener could be another good matchup.”
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