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Stallions Lose First Homecoming in Three Years - Guzman & Maciel Named King & Queen Print E-mail
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Sunday, 30 September 2012 13:31

MADERA - The Madera South Stallions celebrated their fourth annual homecoming this year and the theme was 'Stallions Reignite the Olympic Torch'. On Friday a parade started at Memorial Stadium on Coyote Lane and worked its way to the boys gym at the Madera South campus.

This years grand marshal was Bob Madson, former vice principal of the school and now part-time golfer. Madson spent the last thirty plus years in education, a family vocation, and was vice principal at both South and Madera High School.

Before the varsity football game, the school celebrated their Spirit Walk where the four classes and a plethora of clubs and organizations marched into the stadium wearing signs and costumes, calling to mind the parade of nations we always see as part of the Olympics opening ceremony.

During half time the school crowned it's 2012 Homecoming King and Queen. Lalo Guzman was named Homecoming King.

Lalo is the son of Maria and Eduardo Guzman. His is currently involved in Block 'S' and is a varsity athlete in soccer, volleyball, football and track. He enjoys working out, cutting hair, walking his dog, sleeping and eating lots of tacos. After graduation he plans on attending Fresno State to pursue a degree in Criminology.

Brenda Maciel was crowned Homecoming Queen. Brenda is the daughter of Elias and Ofelia Maciel. She is currently FBLA president, of which she has been a member all four of her high school years. She enjoys listening to music, shopping, hanging out with friends and spending time on Facebook. Brenda also plans to attend Fresno State where she will pursue a degree in Business Administration.

During the first half of the varsity football game the Stallions showed promise. They were up 12 to nothing in the second quarter but then the wheels fell off the bus and by half they were down by 2 (14-12).

Unfortunately, the second half of the game did not go the Stallions way.  Without much opposition, the Selma Bears scored three more touchdowns giving them another 23 points.

Stallions' Christian Morales rushed for 224 yards on 28 carries, scoring three touchdowns and one two point conversion. Selma's Kane Cooper rushed for 264 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns as the Bears kept the Stallions winless on the season.

The final result was that Madera South suffered it's first homecoming lost in three years, 37-26. Better luck next year, Stallions.


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