Again...in area you are competing against other bands. Woodwind proficiency is a BASIC component of a band. If you have 10 bands and 6 of them effectively demonstrate superior control in brass, woodwind, percussion, and as an ensemble. And 4 have major issues or simply can't play to the same level in any of those areas, why should the 4 expect the same results?
Adjust to this. Build your woodwind proficiency. That is what's best for your students. Especially your woodwind players. I'm not sure your issue is a UIL issue. I doubt you compete well at any competition (marching or sitting)comparing bands of your woodwinds are a disaster and your music is all selected to hide them.