Jayvion Warren is the son of Brandi Williams and Gerald Warren. He is involved in link crew, and has played Stallion football all 4 years of high school. In his spare time, he enjoys going to church youth group meetings, hanging out with friends and family, and going on missionary trips. His plans after high school are to attend Grand Canyon University and major in nursing.
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Brianna Hyatt is the daughter of Bernice Jackson-Hyatt and Hamilton Hyatt Sr. She is involved in Block S, BSU, Leadership and Track & Field. Class of 2016, She is the Varsity Girls Basketball Captain and is currently the ASB Commissioner of Spirit and rallies. In her spare time, she loves to cook and enjoys singing, dancing and spending time with friends and family. Her plans after high school are to attend Sacramento State majoring in Psychology and Social work to eventually become a high school counselor.
Starting early in the day at the lunchtime homecoming parade, local historian and columnist Bill Coate was honored as the grand marshal of the homecoming celebrations. This year's parade theme was 'Video Games' with each class and several clubs creating floats such as "Legos" and "Donkey Kong". "Donkey Kong' was the entry from the Senior class which took first place for class floats and "Guitar Hero" submitted by the Table Tennis Club won for the club floats. Mr. Coate with his grandson by his side was driven down the parade route in a 2015 Ford Mustang donated by Silva Ford of Madera. The students also performed the 'Spirit walk' later during the JV half time, representing all the campus clubs large and small, such as FFA, AVID, Choir, Art club, etc.
To start the varsity game action Mr. Coate tossed the coin for both teams with officials in the middle of the field. When skydivers landed on the BLOCK M in the center of the football field, Mr. Coate greeted them and turned down a chance to jump with them the next day. This scared-of-heights scribe also turned down the offer.
The varsity football team from Madera South had a hard time getting started but by half-time the Stallions took over the lead 23-21. While every game has it's exciting moments, the third and fourth quarters both consisted mostly of the Stallions galloping past the Warriors with ease to win the game 61-40. This makes the Stallions record 3-1 for the season
During half time, the 2015 Homecoming Court was introduced and the King and Queen were crowned by MSHS staff and presented to the crowd. Congratulations on a great Homecoming.
Congratulations Mr. Coate and Madera Stallions Football