The stage has been set. Tonight’s boys volleyball match between the Madera Coyotes and the Madera South Stallions will have a playoff-like atmosphere to close out the first half of the County/Metro Athletic Conference season.
With the Coyotes getting a five-set victory at home against perennial powerhouse Bullard-Fresno and the Stallions dropping a three-set match to Sanger on Tuesday, the cross-town rivalry will determine sole possession of second place in the CMAC, behind undefeated Sanger.
“It’s going to be a dogfight,” said Madera head coach Rhonda Jefferson, who also picked up her 200th career victory against her former coach. “It’s going to be a playoff atmosphere and both teams are going to be ready to play.”
For the Coyotes, it marks the first win over Bullard since joining the league almost four years ago...