After an 11-win season last year for the Madera South football team, the new challenge for Stallion head coach Scott Donegan and his staff is to figure out how to replace the production from last season’s group of seniors, which accounted for 52 offensive touchdowns and 3,884 yards of total offense.
“We just want to be classified as a ‘scoring’ offense,” Donegan said. “We want to do the best we can to score. We’re going to possess the ball and we want to be balanced. To me, being balanced means that the defense respects that you are going to throw the ball. Not being balanced is if you are only one-dimensional.”
The Stallion defense is also a question mark after losing 10 starters along with defensive coordinator John Villa, who is now the varsity head coach of the Coalinga Horned Toads.
New defensive coordinator Geoff Hardcastle assumes the role left by Villa as the Stallions run a variation of defensive sets...