After being shutout in their previous game, the Uvalde Coyotes made up for it in a big way Monday night as they collared the Somerset Bulldogs, 11-0, in district baseball action.
Playing before a large home crowd at Marvin Kolinek Field, the Coyotes banged out 10 hits and took advantage of three Somerset errors on the way to their lopsided win.
Ryan De La Cruz ripped a two-out, walk-off single to drive in the runs needed to end game by way of the 10-run rule in the sixth inning.
With the victory, the Coyotes maintained their spot at the top of the District 28-5A standings. They now are 10-4 in district play and 13-10-1 for the season overall.
The Coyotes got off to a 1-0 lead in the first inning.
Marcus De La Cruz was hit by a Daniel Ramos pitch.
De La Cruz advanced to second base on a passed ball by the catcher.
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