Crunching the Numbers (Oct. 24 2012)

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By Tyler A. Takeda, Ron Montez and Mark Smith

Madera Coyotes

Unstoppable: The Edison-Fresno offense successfully scored touchdowns on eight of its 10 drives on the way to a 69-27 win over Madera. One of those stopped drives came as time ran out in the first half and the other was a goal-line stand for the Coyotes...

Madera South Stallions

Opportunistic defense: The Madera South defense did its part to keep the Stallions in the game with the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers. That defense forced three turnovers including an interception at the Madera South 1-yard line by middle linebacker Morgan Stroh in the first quarter. Linebacker Arthur Silva and defensive tackle Joaquin Velazquez also recovered Panther fumbles...

Liberty Hawks

Pounding away: Once the Washington Union-Easton Panthers got the lead, they didn’t let up with the rushing attack of Javin Harrison. He had 35 of the team’s 46 carries and gained 275 of the team’s 267 yards rushing (the other ballcarriers combined for 11 carries for -8 yards). He scored three touchdowns and bounced off four tacklers for a 71-yard touchdown.

Blowing up: Before playing Washington Union, the Hawks had given up just 41 points all season with four shutouts, including three straight. However, the Panthers scored 48 points and gained a season-high 496 yards against the Hawks...

 

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