The Madera South Stallions kept pace with the top two teams in the County/Metro Athletic Conference with back-to-back victories this week.
Less than 24 hours after downing Edison-Fresno, the Stallions took the floor and dispatched the San Joaquin Memorial-Fresno Panthers Wednesday night in four games to improve to a 5-3 record and remain a half-game behind first place Madera and Sanger.
“We’re finally leveling out and getting contributions from all of our players,” first-year head coach Nate Perez said. “It’s finally nice to be where we should be. It’s a good feeling and the girls deserve this.”
For the first time this season, the Stallions had three players record 10 or more kills with Justine Williams leading the way with 18. Karen Teran added 13 kills and Lilly Martinez had 10. Amy Potter added 7 kills to go with 21 digs. Teran had 17 digs and Tanya Shinen had 15. Lissette Pedraza recorded 38 assists with 21 digs...