Coyotes, Stallions and Hawks football roundup

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Madera Coyotes

Winter flurry: In a 48-7 Stadium Road Showdown win over the Madera South Stallions last week, the Madera Coyotes scored on every first-half drive and amassed 370 of their total 465 yards in two quarters. After halftime, the Coyotes slowed down and didn’t score again as they accumulated the remaining 95 yards.

All star, all league? Multi-position and multi-sport junior athlete Alec Gamboa — who plays on offense, defense, punts, and returns kicks for the Coyotes — had his best game of the season against the Stallions...

Madera South Stallions

He’s back: After missing the previous game in Sanger, Madera South senior leading rusher Jacob Valladares returned to the starting lineup and made an impact for his team. In his final game as a Madera South Stallion, Valladares ran for a team-high 91 yards and scored the lone touchdown run in a 48-7 loss to the Madera Coyotes. He also caught two passes for 21 yards.

Ryan’s recoveries: Madera South senior linebacker Ryan Martinez recovered two Coyote fumbles in the third quarter of the Stadium Road Showdown...

Liberty Hawks

Ready to be hunted: For the second year in a row, the Liberty Hawks secured the top seed in the playoffs. Last year, they parlayed the top seed into the school’s first football Valley Championship and dominated each step of the way, outscoring Immanuel, Lindsay and Corcoran 136-14 (44-15 average score).

Wallace see, Richie do: Or it could be the other way around (Brandt see, Wade do). Liberty’s top two running backs have virtually the same statistics during the five North Sierra League games...

 

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