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Madera South's Fifth Graduating Class Leaves It's Mark

MADERA - This year the fifth graduating class of Madera South High School kicked off two days of high school graduations at Madera High's Memorial Stadium. Thursday night Madera High will take the stage but on Wednesday the Stallions road proudly into their future on Lee DaSilva Field.

The class of 2013 produced a record 30 valedictorians who were all honored during the ceremony. Madera Unified Superintendent Dr. Anthony Monreal gave the address and Ismael Guzman-Berdejo, Aimee Elizarraras, Sumayyah Din and Adriano Coronado all delivered the students speeches that was topped off with the release of hundreds of black and purple balloons.

Stallions Lose First Homecoming in Three Years - Guzman & Maciel Named King & Queen

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.

115 Madera High Class Walks into the Future

MADERA - The 115 graduating class from Madera High School walked into their future Thursday night at Memorial Stadium Thursday night. With over 8000 friends and family members filling the stadium to watch nearly 450 or so graduates walk on the stage to accept their deploma.

Senior class president Shirley Munguia presented the school the class gift which will be new fiberglass podiuma. Aska Fayyaz, Momna Khalil,Tianna Williams, Cassie Niino and Kevin Tesoli all gave speeches to their class. 

Coyotes Win Homecoming 41-10: Say and Tiscareno Crowned King & Queen

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.

Madera South Wins Homecoming 54-6: Moore & Lopez Named King & Queen

Madera – Madera South High School celebrated their third homecoming in a big way. The varsity football team, which is ranked 19th in the Valley by the bias Fresno Bee, destroyed the Fresno High Warriors 54-6.  The 8-1 Stallions, who are undefeated in North Yosemite League play, got three touchdowns from Donald Caballero and five others from a host of Stallions. If Madera South can beat the struggling McLane Highlanders next week, they will clinch their first league championship in the schools history and head into playoffs with a high seeding.

Madera South Makes It Quattro in Graduation Classes

MADERA - Like the night before a senior class from a Madera high school took to Lee DaSilva Field at Memorial Stadium for another graduation. Friday night is was Madera South High School's turn and with more graduating seniors they were able to finish their ceremonies a half hour faster than their 115 year old counter-part.

The fourth graduating class from Madera South stepped towards their future as one of their vice principals, Bob Madison, ended his career with retirement from Madera Unified. Over 500 seniors accepted their diplomas and went off to start the life's or put that on hold until after college while their parents and friends watched in the standing room only stadium.

Coyotes Lose 48-21: Jazette Drew and Christian Ramirez Named 2011 MHS Homecoming Queen & King

Madera -  The celebration Friday night at Memorial Stadium wasn't because of the score at the end of the football game. Sunnyside trampled the Coyotes 48-21 on Lee DaSilva Field. No the celebration was at half time when seniors Jazette Drew and Christian Ramirez were named the 2011 Madera High Homecoming Queen and King. Former Madera Unified Superintendent Larry Risinger, who served as homecoming grand marshal, was honored before the game by MHS Principal Kent Albertson.


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