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Tijero & Pannu Crowned MHS Homecoming King and Queen: Coyotes Fall to Bullard Knights 42-20

MADERA - The Coyotes of Madera High celebrated their 2017 homecoming Friday with a parade, football game and the crowning of a king and queen. While the game was tight for nearly two quarters, there would be no story book ending for the varsity football team. However for Angel Tijero and Jasmin Pannu their crowning as king and queen during half-time caped off the fairy tale ending to their week as homecoming candidates.

A lunch time parade from Thomas Jefferson Junior High to the Memorial Stadium at Madera High was the highlight for the community that lined the streets watching the class and club floats make their way on the streets of Madera. Pine Street to Yosemite and then around the high school itself saw Coyotes past, present and future cheer on the band and football players on the two mile parade route.

Carranza & Sevilla Named 2017 Madera South Homecoming King & Queen

MADERA – The Stallions of Madera South High School celebrated their 8th homecoming this week with a trip Around the World. With student events planned each day on campus, Friday brought the traditional parade, rally and of course the football game including the crowning of the homecoming king and queen.

With the purple pyramid elementary schools lining Stadium Road, the kids got to see more floats, cars and motorcycles then in any other homecoming parade in Madera South history. The best floats chosen from the parade were the Junior Class's 'Hawaii' Float and the Math & Tennis Club's combo float themed after the Mesoamerican pyramids.

Ruth Kochergina & Larry Casarrubias-Tapia Named MSHS 2016 Homecoming Queen & King

MADERA - Madera South High School's sixth homecoming celebration is now in the history books. Pastor Roger Leach of Valley West Church was chosen as the grand marshal of Friday's activates which included the parade and pregame ceremonies.

The parade kicked off in the morning and traveled down Stadium Road to Madera South where it entered the campus on Pecan Street. Children from the Purple Track's feeder schools lined Stadium Road to see the high schools on their floats and in the band. Several of the varsity football players even walked the crowds of kids shaking hands.

Madera South's 10th Graduation Takes to the Sky

MADERA - The tenth commencement exercise for Madera South High School took to the air with drone cameras and big screen video displays. Now the parents of the graduating seniors could see their students up close when they received their diplomas on the stage. And as their students marched in to the stadium at the beginning of the ceremony, a camera hovering at 500 feet gave a birds-eye view of the students as the marched to their seats.

"Learn from yesterday, live for today and dream for tomorrow" was the theme of this years graduation as speakers including David Vargas,  Patsy Mejia, Angelica Costillas and Brandon Valdez delivered the message with their student speeches.

Ricardo Gil & Lexandra Raygoza Named 2015 MHS Homecoming King & Queen

MADERA - The Madera High School 2015 Homecoming kicked off Friday's events with a parade through the streets of Madera. Starting at it's feeder middle school, Thomas Jefferson, it snaked its way around the HOPY section of Madera towards Madera High School to its conclusion at the MUSD's Memorial Stadium.

The grand marshal was driven by Chris DaSilva and the homecoming king and queen candidates were driven by school board members and Madera Mayor Robert Poythress. The Madera High School band led by Bret Cappelluti played while the classes and clubs showed off their hard word on their floats. At the end of the parade route was a rally at the stadium for all the high schoolers.


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