The Madera Coyote football team lived up to its namesake, the coyote, last year — fierce on the ground with a strong pack mentality.
The Coyotes averaged 243.8 rushing yards a game and split ball carries, in passing and running, with more than a dozen players. However, with only three touchdowns in the air all season, it was obvious something was missing.
“I think our weakness has been for a long time in the passing game,” head coach Scott McKinney said. “We’ve been looking for something for our quarterbacks to be able to do.”
And if the Coyotes’ week 0 game against Dinuba is any indication, these Coyotes may finally be taking flight on the hunt for wins...