After starting off with a grueling and unforgiving schedule, the Madera South girls soccer team surely needed a pick-me-up game after suffering losses to some of the best teams in the section.
Despite being banged up in key positions, the Stallions (2-4) came through with a near-perfect performance Monday night in an 8-0 victory over Division III opponent Hanford West in Memorial Stadium.
“I’m really proud of how the girls came out to play,” Stallion head coach Patrick Evans said. “We’ve played a very tough schedule that included all of the Tri-River Athletic Conference schools and are narrowly losing to those Div. I teams, so, honestly, against the Huskies we were hoping to just fix our game.”
The Stallions outshot Hanford West 28-5 with junior Yesseniah Delgadillo scoring a team-high three goals while also recording an assist. Leila Monzon, Daisy Jimenez, Ana Walker and Angel Rodriguez each chipped in with scores for Madera South while freshman Jasmine Garibay finished with two assists...