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Monday, 05 November 2012 00:00

MADERA - The Battle of Stadium Road was the battle for the bottom of the County/Metro Athletic Conference. With Madera South failing to win a single game on the season and Madera High securing it's sixth straight losing season with only three wins (none in league), this year rivalry game was for the best of the bottom of the C/MAC.

Madera's quarterback Nathaniel Nelson was 8 for 15 in passing with 186 yards on the game. Jesus Jimenez rushed for 112 yards and 24 yard by air and three touchdowns as the Coyotes notched their first County/Metro Athletic Conference victory 48-30. Alec Gamboa added 85 rushing yards and 81 yards in receiving yards and two scores as Madera improved to 4-6 over all and 1-4 in conference.

Madera South's Greg Rodriguez was 2 for 9 in passing and only gained 13 yards. Lalo Guzman had 105 rushing yards and two scores for the winless Stallions (0-10, 0-5).

Despite Madera's sixth straight losing season, three under former head coach Randy Blankenship in Division I and three under current head coach Scott McKinney in Division III, the Coyotes are heading to the CIF Valley Playoffs as the number 7 seed. They face the number 10 seed Fresno High, one of Madera's three wins on the season, next week at Madera High's Memorial Stadium.


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