Coyotes, Stallions and Hawks football roundup

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Madera Coyotes

Tale of the turnover: In a 38-21 loss to Tulare Western on the road, the Madera Coyote football players often proved their own worst enemies as they turned the ball over five times which led to 21 Mustang points. In contrast, the Mustangs had only one fumble with no interceptions.

Big plays don’t mean a win: All of Madera’s 21 points came on three big plays — a 71-yard touchdown pass to Kris Bueno, a 66-yard run by Alec Gamboa, and a 70-yard rushing score by Jesus Jimenez...

Madera South Stallions

Back with a vengeance: After missing the previous game because of an injury, senior running back Javier Moreno returned to lead the Stallions to a 35-20 win over Fresno. Moreno scored four touchdowns and rushed for a career-high 128 yards in the victory. Moreno now has seven total touchdowns on the season.

Putting their work in: Madera South senior running back/linebacker/punter Jacob Valladares and Christian Guillen contributed to all three phases of the game for the Stallions...

Liberty Hawks

What rivalries? In the past two weeks, the Liberty Hawks have dispatched of their rivals — Fowler and Corcoran — by a combined 76-20. Going back to Liberty’s last meeting with the two teams, the average score is 37-14 and the Hawks have won the last five match-ups.

Sizzling start: Not only did Liberty quarterback Zach Richey set the school record for passing yards in a game in his season debut last week, he also set the school record for career passing yards with a 33-yard pass to Travis Jordan...

 

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