Last football season was a transitional one for the Uvalde Coyotes. The young, inexperienced ball club went into the year facing the challenge of playing in a new, much tougher district.
The Coyotes posted a 2-8 season record and finished sixth overall in District 14-5A Division II with a 2-5 district record.
“Overall, I was pleased by how our team performed last season,” said Uvalde High School head football coach R.T. Gonzales.
“Our new district was tougher than what we had been accustomed to, but our players transitioned well into the new district,” said Gonzales. “Last season was a learning experience. The positives outweighed the negatives. Our kids learned that we can compete in this district.
“We believe with the year we had in 2018 and the experience we gained that we can accomplish a lot in 2019,” said Gonzales. “We are focused on what we can do to be the best version of the Uvalde Coyotes and to make sure we hit those standards.”
The Coyotes again face the challenge of playing in one of the toughest football districts in this region.
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