Madera South Is Storming through

The Stallion Storm is ‘storming’ through the third week of the 2017-2018 school year marvelously! Thursday, August 31 MSHS and MHS will be hosting the NAACP rally to remind children that if you stay in school, you may strive for tremendous goals. The “We Believe” movement is going around Madera schools, reassuring students, that no matter the dream they have, MUSD staff members will do everything in their power to help reach this goal. All students were asked to fill out “We Believe” note cards stating their beliefs in the school, district and/or themselves, MSHS has put up their students note cards aligned into big letters spelling out “We Believe” on the Media Center Windows for parents to view at Back To School night Tuesday, August 29.

Boys Water Polo did superb and came out on top with a win of 16-10 Vs. Selma High School, Girls Water Polo did an amazing job also, but Selma came out on top this time, with a score of 16-8. Due to harsh weather, both Boys and Girls Water Polo game @ McLane High School, Tuesday, August 29th has been rescheduled to October 6th. Their next opponents will be Chowchilla High School in Chowchilla, Girls at 4 PM and Boys at 5 PM Thursday, August 31st.

MSHS Girls Volleyball faced Yosemite High School at Madera South Tuesday, August 29th, but did not come out with a win, with a score of 0-3. They look forward to coming out stronger and to play unified as a team, during their game Wednesday, August 30th, away against the Minarets at 6 PM. Next, our Girls Volleyball team will be competing away against Hoover High School, Tuesday, September 5th at 3:30, 4:45, and 6:00 PM.



Courtesy of Christopher Cross via The Madera Tribune

Madera South Football faced Pacheco High School Friday, August 25th and came out with a loss of 14-35. Quarterback, Steven Alaniz #18/ #9 says that the team started off good but needs to finish the fourth quarter strongly, it was a tough devastate that nobody expected to occur due to the team’s confidence being at its ultimate high, but little mistakes got to them and stopped them from moving the ball. This week they will be working on coming back from the little mistakes and recovering for their game, Friday, September 1st, 7 PM @ Kerman High School. In spite of this past game, he also feels that the team has a lot of playmakers on both sides of the ball and can do tremendously this year. He believes they will surprise many fans at their first home football game, he also truly believes that due to their abundance of talent the team can be great, and maybe even championship contenders.


Girls tennis competed against Chowchilla High School, Thursday, August 24th and came out on top with a victory. Monday, August 28th, they faced Yosemite High School and had a series of marvelous matches, but were not able to make it out with a win. Friday, September 1st, they will be having a home match vs. the Liberty Hawks at 3:00 PM.

In spite of the harsh weather, Girls Golf played a 5 hole match vs. Chowchilla High School that did not count scores for a complete win or loss, but did show amazing school spirit! Their next match will be Thursday, August 31st away in Kerman. Cross Country is scheduled to have their Dennis DeWitt Invitational Saturday, September 2nd at Lions Town And Country Park at 8:00 AM.

Good Luck to all upcoming school and sporting events!!




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