Week six of the Texas high school football season is a bye week for the Uvalde Coyotes and for the other seven teams in District 28-5A.
“The bye week came just at the right time for us,” said Uvalde High School head football coach R.T. Gonzales.
“We have used this week to get physically healthy again,” said Gonzales. “The Coyotes have played physical football against five strong teams. We have a lot of guys who are nursing one kind of injury or another.
“This week we have worked on food fundamentals, both individual and team fundamentals,” said Gonzales. “We need to keep getting better.”
One week from tomorrow, the Coyotes will resume their district slate when they travel to Kerrville to take on the defending district champion Tivy Antlers.
That game is scheduled for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff in Kerrville’s Antler Stadium.
“Uvalde has played Tivy for many years,” said Gonzales. “It should not take our staff too much to motivate our kids to prepare for play against Kerrville.
“The Antlers are the defending champions,” said Gonzales. “And they currently are in first place this season.
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