There’s a word to describe the performance of the 10th-seeded Madera Coyotes football team in a 73-35 first-round Div. III playoff victory over the 7th-seed Hanford Bullpups last week: Dominant.
It’s a word that is often used by media and public alike when it comes to the performance of sports teams.
But last Friday, Madera took the spirit of dominant football and threw it into high gear as the team unleashed a torrent of scoring and defensive stops for arguably its best game of the season.
“Hats off to Madera,” Hanford head coach Josh Young said. “They had a great game plan and they executed well. They’re a very good football team and they’re going to do very well in the playoffs.” ...