FLORESVILLE — On the heels of what was Alice’s biggest offensive night of the season a week ago, coach Kyle Atwood said he wanted his squad to be more balanced.

The Coyotes did that Friday night in Floresville. Alice was more balanced while rolling up a season-high 613 yards of total offense. Behind another big night by quarterback Isaiah Aguilar, Alice finished with 264 yards in rushing and 349 in passing to run past the Tigers, 52-18.

Aguilar had staggering numbers in the Coyotes’ victory. He completed 15 of 26 for 339 yards and five touchdown passes. He also led Alice in rushing with 10 carries for 105 yards and three rushing touchdowns.

Alice scored twice in the first quarter on a 29-yard pass from Aguilar to Jacob Guzman and in a 35-yard pass to Devyn Orta.

The Coyotes led 13-10 going into the second, and that’s when they pulled away. Alice scored on a 40-yard touchdown pass to Guzman and a 24-yarder to Waylon Moore. Alice went ahead, 32-10, before halftime on a five-yard touchdown run by Aguilar.

Alice scored 20 in the third quarter on a nine-yard run by Aguilar and a 17-yard touchdown run by running back R.J. Salaiz. Aguilar finished with a 35-yard touchdown pass to running back Ismael Cantu.

Moore led the team in scoring with five catches for 113 yards. Guzman had five catches for 100 yards. Cantu had two catches for 55 yards and Orta had three for 54. A.J. Moreno had one catch for 27 yards.

Cantu led Alice in carries with 12 for 98 yards. Salaiz had four carries for 33 yards. Orta had six carries for 15 yards and Holden White-Farrell had four catches for 12 yards.

The win improves the Coyotes to 2-1 in District 15-5A, Div. II. Alice is at home Friday in Memorial Stadium against Somerset, which scored a 24-7 win against Gregory-Portland Friday.

In a 49-40 loss to Port Lavaca-Calhoun a week ago, Alice compiled 532 yards of total offense, including 435 yards in passing and 97 in rushing.