Competition in the District 28-5A tennis tournament was to wind up Friday at San Antonio’s Annemarie Tennis Center.
Results from the tournament will be reported in Thursday’s edition of the Uvalde Leader-News.
Play in the two-day tennis event was scheduled to begin Thursday.
Members of Coach Terri Rambie’s Uvalde High School tennis team were to be pitted against District 28-5A’s best in the tournament.
Representing UHS in singles competition were Andrew Melchor, Beau Gonzalez, Elizaria Hernandez, and Bailey Wimberley.
Those who were represent UHS in doubles competition were the teams of Giovanni Valdez and Danielle Rodriguez, Julian Bermea and Brenda Garcia, Mattie Elder and Crystal Mason, Marilyn Torres and Julianna Gutierrez, Riley Dalrymple and Lorenzo Perez, and Francisco Guerra and Michael Guerra.
The top finishers in District 28-5A tennis tournament action will advance to participate in the Class 5A Region IV tournament scheduled for April 17-18 at San Antonio’s Blossom Athletic Center tennis complex.
Boys district golf tourney
District 28-5A boys’ golf tournament action was scheduled to wind up yesterday.
The two-day event was scheduled to begin Friday at the Pleasanton Country Club golf course.
Anthony Lugo, Zachary Martinez, and Rylan Kenney were to represent the Uvalde Coyotes in tournament competition.
“Our players have been working really hard the past few weeks. Hopefully, we will perform well in the district tournament,” said UHS head golf coach Roy P. Torres prior to the event.
Harlan, Floresville, Medina Valley, Somerset, and Eagle Pass Winn were listed as the teams to beat going into district play.
“The three top individual finishers from last year’s district tournament will return to play in the tournament this year,” said Coach Torres.
Results from the boys’ golf tournament will be reported in Thursday’s edition of the Uvalde Leader-News.
The Uvalde Lobos finished fifth in the team standings of the District 28-5A golf tournament held recently at the Pleasanton golf course.
The Lobos recorded a two-day team total of 987, including daily rounds of 505 and 482.
Sofia White had the best individual score for the Lobos. White’s rounds of 113 and 122 gave her a 225 total for the tournament.