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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.


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. 

114th Madera High Graduating Class Steps Into Future

Loretta Sholler Awarded Gates Millennium Scholarship
 

Madera - Madera High Schools one hundred and fourteenth graduating class took their first steps towards their future Thursday night on Lee DaSilva Field at Memorial Stadium. MUSD Superintendent Kelly Porterfield gave a memorable speech on the advancements of technology in the last few years and the advancements these students will see in their life times.

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.

MSHS Third Graduating Class Heads Towards Future

Madera - Madera South High Schools third graduating class and second that spent all four years on the South campus “Coyote Free” took their first steps towards their future Wednesday night on Lee DaSilva Field at Memorial Stadium.

MUSD Superintendent Kelly Porterfield gave a memorable speech on the advancements of technology in the last few years and the advancements these students will see in their life times. The evening was capped off with a fireworks display.

Later in the evening the seniors came back to the Madera High campus for the Sober Graduation Party put on by the California Highway Patrol. (See bottom of this page)

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.

Madera Fair Ends Four Day Run With Record Attendance

MADERA - The 125th edition of the Madera District Fair came to an end. Sunday was bargain day with two for one wristband offers on the Midway of Fun and kids under 12 years old were free. Record numbers of guests took up the offers and passed through the gates for the Hispanic themed day.

Traditional Mexican music and dance were performed on the main and patio stages. Sunday was probably the busiest day of the run of the fair. The preliminary reports are that this year attendance is up over the previous years. Revenues from the carnivals and vendors were also up over the previous years.


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