Uvaldeans survive turnovers and penalties
It wasn’t all pretty, but it was pretty effective Friday night as the Uvalde Coyotes beat the Kennedy Rockets at San Antonio.
Despite four lost fumbles and 70 yards in penalties, the Coyotes recorded a 42-14 victory over the Rockets in Edgewood Veterans Memorial Stadium.
“It’s always great to win, but we had too many turnovers and penalties in the game. That is not our standard. It is not our style of play. And it is not what we want to do,” said Uvalde High School head football coach R.T. Gonzales.
“These kinds of things have hurt us in games this season and these things will cost us down the road,” said Gonzales.
“We had some guys step up and fill some key voids tonight and I was proud of our overall performance,” said Gonzales. “The kids had fun and more importantly, they got the job done. Now our kids and the coaching staff have to get ready for a huge game next Friday.”
The Coyotes got off to a good start against the Rockets.
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