Coyotes had thrilling, if sad, season in 1968

Charley Robinson

Staff writer

The Uvalde Coyotes came close to winning district in 1968. Close is only rewarding if you’re playing washers, horseshoes or tossing hand grenades.

The Coyotes finished the year 5-4-1, which 50 years later seems like a mediocre campaign. It was perhaps the weirdest year in Coyote history and also for the entire 15AAA district.

According to Dave Campbell’s 1968 Football Magazine, the nine-team 15AAA district favorite was Del Rio, with Kerrville a close second, and the dark horse team Fredericksburg in the mix.


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