Two football teams in desperate need of a victory will collide tomorrow.
Both the Uvalde Coyotes and the Medina Valley Panthers enter play sporting a 1-2 district record.
The Coyotes and the Panthers each need a win to stay in contention for a post-season playoff berth.
Kick-off time for the District 14-5A Division II football game in Uvalde’s historic Honey Bowl scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Coach Lee Crisp’s Panthers are off to a 2-4 start this season.
Last week, the Panthers won their first district football game of the season as they downed the San Antonio Kennedy Rockets in a 63-7 blitz.
Prior to that game, the Panthers lost back-to-back district games against Lockhart, 17-7, and Boerne Champion, 34-17.
“Medina Valley has a good football team. They are much better than their season record might indicate,” said Uvalde High School head football coach R.T. Gonzales. “Their first two district games came against a couple of solid opponents in Lockhart and Champion.”
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