Stallions win long battle

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After they seemed to be out of the match, trailing 20-18 in the fourth set, the Madera Coyotes boys volleyball team took advantage of Madera South errors to win the set and force a fifth set.

The Stallions reversed the field and took advantage of Coyote errors for a 15-9 win in the fifth set for a 3-2 win Thursday in Joe Flores Gym after two hours of action.

The Stallions missed 17 serves on the night, but none came after they were trailing 4-1 in the fifth set. Rogelio Gonzalez served seven straight times as the Stallions came back from trailing 9-7 to winning the set.

“We’re spotty on our serves, but we came through when it counted,” Madera South head coach Steve Guglielmana said...

 

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