Southwest’s Dragons beat the Uvalde Coyotes in sub-varsity football competition Thursday night.
At Southwest, the Dragons junior varsity topped the Coyotes 22-6.
Cinco Flores scored the lone touchdown for the Coyotes in that game.
The Dragons won a couple of freshman games played in the Honey Bowl.
In the first game, the Dragons White team shut out the Coyotes White team, 30-0, while the Dragons Green team posted a 26-0 victory over the Coyotes Maroon team.
They combined a strong rushing attack with a stingy defense to win both ball games.
Southwest’s White team scored four touchdowns, and racked up 16 first downs and 202 total yards.
Defensively, they allowed the Coyotes White team only two first downs and a net of a negative 16 yards.
Jayden Gonzales covered the Southwest fumble for the Coyotes.
The Southwest Green team scored four touchdowns, and rolled up 15 first downs and 279 yards in the contest.
They gave up four first downs and 84 total yards to the Coyotes Maroon team.
The longest offensive play of the game for the Coyotes came on a 40-yard pass from quarterback Chris Rodriguez to wide receiver Johnathan Jimenez.
Johnathan Jimenez intercepted a Southwest pass and Justyn Rendon covered a fumble.
Other defensive standouts for the Coyotes included Gabriel Larralde, Daniel Chapa, Feivel Sanchez, Daniel Perez, and Frank Salazar.