Coyotes’ balance too much for Stallions

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The Madera Coyotes girls volleyball team had three players with more than five kills in a three-set victory over cross-town rivals Madera South to finish the first half of the County/Metro Athletic Conference with a 5-0 standing.

The Coyotes are trying to win the CMAC for the first time and haven’t been challenged in the first half of the season. In fact, they only went to four sets in two matches. 

“We have to keep getting better,” Madera coach Robyn Royston said. “We have to keep working on our side. A lot of times, it’s not what the other team is doing, it’s us. When we’re good, we’re good. Obviously our record gives us confidence going into the second round. It’s one of our goals to win the CMAC and go 10-0.”

Royston got seven kills each from Brielle Hefner and Makinna Malady and five more from Erica Siegl for a 3-0 victory Tuesday night at Madera South...

 

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