Late in the third quarter, San Joaquin Memorial was up by 14 points at 21-7 and had just recovered a Nathaniel Nelson fumble at the Panther’s 45-yard line.
“We counted seven times that the ball hit the ground, which is a recipe for disaster no matter where you’re playing football.”
With Bullard leading 21-0 in the second quarter, it looked as if the Stallions stopped senior running back Dajonte O’Neal dead in his tracks on a rushing play.
When the Bullard-Fresno football team prepared for its game against Madera South, the Knights didn’t view the Stallions as a 1-4 team that also finished 0-5 in the County/Metro Athletic Conference last seaso
All comments are edited for length and content. Some comments may not be published. More than one comment from the same person in the same week may not be published.
The last time someone from Madera was elected to the California State Assembly, Madera was still a part of Fresno County, said Assemblyman Frank Bigelow (R-O’Neals) at the dedication of his new district offi
Someone brought a Madera High School yearbook to the Municipal Golf Course Clubhouse Restaurant and opened it.