Coyotes, Stallions and Hawks football roundup

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Madera Coyotes

Dominant: The Paso Robles Bearcats displayed a run-first football attack last week, as Madera head coach Bonner Cunnings expected, in a 34-16 victory over the Coyotes. At the head of the ship was running back Nathaniel Harris, who carried the ball 41 times for 221 yards and three scores. Harris continually broke through Coyote tacklers, often up the middle of the field, on his way to the huge numbers.

Favored target: Receiver Cristian Ceja caught three passes for 44 yards against the Bearcats, including one of the Coyotes’ two touchdowns on a 19-yard slant route late in the fourth quarter...

Madera South Stallions

Double threat: When teams game-plan for the Madera South Stallions, sophomore quarterback Aldo Serifen-Dominguez is definitely a player opponents want to watch out for. Against Central Valley Ceres, Serifen-Dominguez accounted for 100 total yards (69 passing, 31 rushing) including a touchdown pass.

All hail Cesar: For the second time this season, the Madera South special teams broke through to block a kick...

Liberty Hawks

What a debut: Liberty quarterback Zach Richey had to miss the first two games with an injury. He came back Friday and completed 10-of-16 passes for 230 yards and four touchdowns. He became the first Liberty quarterback to throw for more than 200 yards in a game. He is only 50 yards away from becoming the career leader in passing yards at Liberty.

Catching on: Receiver Travis Jordan helped Richey achieve his milestone and helped set another...

 

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