Coyotes, Stallions and Hawks football roundup

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Madera Coyotes

Stepping up: Coyote junior all-star Alec Gamboa had arguably his best game of the year during a 56-21 loss to the Bullard-Fresno Knights last week as he amassed season highs in receptions, yards, and touchdowns. Gamboa, who caught six passes for 115 yards and two scores, also added several key tackles on defense and had multiple punts for more than 40 yards.

The cavalry comes mar-ching in: It took the Knights more than 15 minutes to get into a rhythm on both sides of the ball, but when they did, they were unstoppable...

Madera South Stallions

There’s Aldo: For the first time since sustaining a leg injury in a Week 7 loss to the Edison-Fresno Tigers, sophomore quarterback Aldo Serifen-Dominguez returned to the starting lineup against the Sanger Apaches. Despite having a few passes dropped by his receivers, Serifen-Dominguez completed three attempts for 54 yards including one for a 30-yard touchdown. On Madera South’s first drive of the game, Serifen-Dominguez threw a 21-yard pass to sophomore Adrian Gomez. 

Big run: Senior running back Fernando Alvarez led the Stallions in rushing with 60 yards on two carries...

Liberty Hawks

Tied up: After more than 200 carries between them, junior running backs Richie Brandt and Wade Wallace are virtually tied for the team lead in rushing yards. Brandt had 797 yards with 10 touchdowns and Wallace has 786 yards with seven touchdowns.

Breaking away: Liberty receiver Travis Jordan caught six passes for 107 yards on Friday...

 

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