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Coyotes Win Homecoming 41-10: Say and Tiscareno Crowned King & Queen Print E-mail
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Friday, 21 September 2012 00:00
MADERA - The Madera Coyotes won their homecoming game against Tulare Western Friday night 41-10. Running back Michael Say who rushed for 58-yards and scored a touchdown on a 52-yard pass from Nathaniel Nelson, was also crowned MHS 2012 Homecoming King.

His queen for the night was Samantha Tiscareno. She is a member of the tennis, track and basketball teams. She is a member of Interact, the ASB and Block M. Samantha plans to attend UC Irvine and major in psychology.

Michael is not only a member of the varsity football team but he also plays varsity baseball and enjoys sailing. He plans to attend Cal Poly next year and major in physics. He says the most inspirational person in his life is his father because he has taught him to never quit and to enjoy what ever you do because that is success.

Earlier in the day the candidates and the rest of the school enjoyed a parade. The homecoming parade kicked off at Thomas Jefferson Junior High and worked it's way to Memorial Stadium.

This years grand marshal for the parade was Mike Westley. Mr. Westley served eight years on the Madera Unified Board of Trustee's and fourteen years as a member of the Engineering and Technology Advisor board. After the parade all the students gathered at the stadium for a rally.

Friday afternoon the junior varsity team set up the successful evening with a win against Tulare Union. The varsity didn't disappoint scoring 19 points in the first quarter and 14 more in the second quarter.

Along with Say's 52-yard pass touchdown, Anthony Martinez brought down two passes from Nelson for two touchdowns and Jesus Jimenez rush for a yard into the end zone for a touchdown of his own. Before the half Christian Ceja would tack on another touchdown.

After all the homecoming festivities Madera's Jason Schoettler would take off for a 67-yard run into the end zone and Jo Jo Contreras would cross over for a two point conversion. Before the night was over Tulare Western would score 10 with a field goal and a 16 yard pass completion.

Nathaniel Nelson passed 14 for 17 completion with one turnover and 283-yards. Schoettler rushed for 80 yards and Richard Sauceda caught three passes for 87 yards. Sophomore Alec Gamboa didn't play Friday because he is recovering from a concussion from the Pas Robles game.

Next week Madera High has the week off and will return to the gridiron on October 5th against San Joaquin Memorial.

















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