Scores on its first six consecutive possessions set a tone for Madera High School in its 12-2 girls water polo victory over Madera South this week, as the torrent of early scoring took the wind out of the Stallions’ sails.
Much of the Coyote offense came from leader Hannah Ryan, who at one point scored six consecutive goals from the first to third quarters that put Madera up 11-2 at the time.
Coyote head coach Erik Baymiller said he was impressed by Ryan and his team’s performance as a whole.
“We came in and controlled the game from the beginning,” Baymiller said. “Hannah was our offensive force and Mackenzie Ambrose and Ashlee Gibbs controlled our defense extremely well … Two goals against us, I’ll take that any day. There’s not many people who can beat that defense.” ...