DIVISION 4 FOOTBALL RANKINGS & SCHEDULES 2018
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DIVISION 4 PLAYOFF BRACKET
First Round Final Scores
No 1 Porterville Panthers (Bye)
No 8 Wasco Tigers beat No 9 East Blades 22-16
No 5 Kerman Lions beat No 12 Chavez Titans 35-0
No 4 Golden West Trailblazers (Bye)
No 3 Monache Marauders (Bye)
No 6 North Stars beat No 11 Mission Oak Hawks 24-7
No 10 Washington Union Panthers beat Roosevelt Rough Riders 14-6
No 2 CVC Cavaliers (Bye)
QUARTERFINALS FINAL SCORES
No 8 Wasco Tigers beat No 1 Porterville Panthers 20-7
No 4 Golden West Trailblazers beat No 5 Kerman Lions 51-30
No 3 Monache Marauders beat No 6 North Stars 48-45 (Overtime)
No 2 CVC Cavaliers beat No 10 Washington Union Panthers 48-7
DIVISION 4 SEMIFINALS FINAL SCORES
No 4 Golden West Trailblazers beat No 8 Wasco Tigers 26-7
No 2 CVC CAVALIERS beat No 3 Monache Marauders 61-14
No 2 CVC CAVALIERS beat No 4 GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS 49-14
THE CVC CAVALIERS ARE THE DIVISION 4 SECTION CHAMPIONS!
DIVISION 4 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 2018
No 1 CENTRAL VALLEY CHRISTIAN CAVALIERS (12-3) (4-1 CSL) CHAMPIONS
Last year the Cavaliers went (10-3) (3-2 CSL)
Head Coach Mason Hughes
The Cavaliers were so close at winning the division 4 section championship but lost in overtime to Golden West. This team has the makings to be better than last years team and that’s why they come in at No 1. The Cavaliers are returning 15 players from last year. The New QB will be 6’4 senior Eric Dragt who had one heck of a summer. We all know 7 vs 7 isn’t real football but Eric plays DB so that makes him tough. Dragt, played in 10 games at QB last season, 13-of-24 passes for 228 yards with 3 TD passes.. He also ran for 94 yards and three more scores. If Eric has a big year then look for the Cavaliers to be playing on Championship night Nov 23.
Junior RB Jaalen Rening, could have a monster year. He rushed for 1,396 yards and 12 TD’s last year.
Senior receiver Brian Noel will lead the way catching footballs.
The offensive line will be good and big junior Dirk Nelson who is back and will play upfront on both sides of the ball. Senior Dustin Van Grouw is one heck of a tight end.
The defense should be real good and leading the way will be senior linebacker Spencer Morris (RB) and Senior defensive end Grant Highstreet.
The X factor will be so many players playing both ways,
Aug 17 Lost to St. Joseph Knights 42-6
Aug 24 Beat Bakersfield Christian Eagles 28-20
Aug 31 Beat Valley Christian Crusaders 49-3
Sept 7 Beat Chowchilla Tribe 48-0
Sept 14 Beat Immanuel Eagles 51-21
Sept 28 Beat Dinuba Emperors 21-7
Oct 5 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 19-16
Oct 12 Beat Hanford West Huskies 70-12
Oct 19 Beat Selma Bears 49-7
Oct 26 Beat Exeter Monarchs 70-12
Nov 9 Beat Washington Union Panthers 48-7
Nov 16 Beat Monache Marauders 61-14
Nov 23 Beat Golden West Trailblazers 49-14
Nov 30 vs Morse Tigers (10-4) San Diego
Dec 7 Lost to Pleasant Valley 43-14
No 2 GOLDEN WEST TRAILBLAZERS (7-6) (3-2 WYL)
Last year the Blazers went (12-3) (4-2 WYL) SECTION CHAMPIONS
Head Coach Paul Preheim
The Trailblazers graduated 25 seniors from the greatest team in school history. This years team will be very young with plenty of sophomores and juniors on the line. GW is always one of the best coached teams in the valley.
The senior leader will be running back Christian Ortiz who will also play linebacker. The other running backs will be brothers Michael and Lonnie Wessel.
Senior Josiah Washington, will be the top receiver.
The new QB will be senior Tyson Sandri.
The X factor will be this team will get better and better each week.
Aug 17 Lost to Monache Marauders 32-21
Aug 24 Beat El Capitan Gauchos 46-6
Aug 31 Lost to Nipomo Titans 35-20
Sept 7 Beat Madera South Stallions 49-22
Sept 14 Lost to Porterville Panthers 28-13
Sept 28 Beat Mt. Whitney Pioneers 36-35
Oct 5 Lost to Redwood Rangers 27-14
Oct 12 Beat Lemoore Tigers 71-40
Oct 18 Lost to Hanford Bullpups 49-24
Oct 26 Beat El Diamante Miners (15th annual Battle for the Saddle) 29-17
Nov 9 Beat Kerman Lions 51-30
Nov 16 Beat Wasco Tigers 26-7
Nov 23 Lost to CVC CAVALIERS 49-14
No 3 MONACHE MARAUDERS (6-5) (2-3 EYL)
Last year the Marauders went (4-7) (2-3 EYL)
Head Coach Chris Frankland is now at El Diamante. Monache needs a new coach
The Marauders have plenty of weapons coming into this year in an up-tempo, no huddle offense.
Senior QB Antonio Andrade is 6’2 and threw for 2,233 yards with 23 TD passes.
The running game will be good with senior Aidan Galvan who could go over 1,000 yard rushing.
The X factor will be the defense because the offense should be real good.
Aug 17 Beat Golden West Trailblazers 32-21
Aug 24 Beat Chavez Titans 25-8
Aug 31 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 45-28
Sept 6 Hoover Patriots 37-7
Sept 14 Beat East Bakersfield Blades 45-25
Sept 28 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 35-0
Oct 5 Beat Mission Oak Hawks 35-7
Oct 11 Beat Delano Tigers 37-13
Oct 19 Beat Tulare Western Mustangs 55-12
Oct 26 Lost to Porterville Panthers 51-40
Nov 8 Beat North Stars 48-45 OT
Nov 16 Lost to CVC Cavaliers 61-14
No 4 WASCO TIGERS (9-3) (4-2 SSL) at Golden West Trailblazers
Last year the Tigers went (5-5) (4-3 S Seq)
Head Coach Chad Martinez
Last year the Tigers underachieved and this year should be a way better year. There will be plenty of seniors on this Tigers team.
The offensive line will be good in the Wing T Offensive.
The Running backs will be Noah Mcclain (QB) who has speed and power back Justin Horton.
Upfront and he is good with 295 lb Oso Velez.
Last year the turnovers killed the Tigers. Coach Johnson brings in toughness and look for the Tigers to be a physical team.
The X factor will be the secondary and can the Tigers throw the ball when needed?
Aug 17 Beat Tehachapi Warriors 28-22
Aug 31 Beat Madera South Stallions 64-23
Sept 7 Lost to North Stars 29-26
Sept 14 Beat McFarland Cougars 42-14
Sept 21 Beat Delano Tigers 26-21
Sept 28 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 19-14
Oct 5 Beat Chavez Titans 21-7
Oct 12 Beat Arvin Bears 26-24
Oct 19 Beat Taft Wildcats 48-7
Oct 26 Lost to Shafter Generals (Highway 43 Takedown game) 22-17
Nov 2 Beat East Blades 33-16
Nov 9 Beat Porterville Panthers 20-7
Nov 16 Lost to Golden West Trailblazers 26-7
No 5 PORTERVILLE PANTHERS (8-3) (3-2 EYL)
Last year the Panthers went (3-6) (1-4 EYL)
Head Coach Michael Machado
2nd year for Coach Machado and this team should be much better. The Panthers are young but with plenty of talent. Keep an eye on the Panthers!
Sophomore Hector Nava will be the QB and he is good. Senior running back Demario Ennis who should have a big year. The receivers are good with senior receivers Aaron Cruz, Jesse Hernandez and returner 6’5 Hunter Alcantar. Leading the way upfront will be juniors defensive line Charles Finley, offensive guards Larry Duran and Fernando Leon. The 3 along with returners Brandon Rose, Saul Barajas, Miguel Madrigal and Austin Crabtree, will be the cornerstones of the line.
The Panthers always plays a tough schedule. The X factor is the defense.
Aug 16 Beat Dinuba Emperors 33-31
Aug 24 Beat Granite Hills Grizzlies 47-14
Sept 6 Beat Hanford Bullpups 24-20
Sept 14 Beat Golden West Trailblazers 28-13
Sept 20 Beat Redwood Ranger 21-20
Sept 28 Beat Mission Oak Hawks 33-14
Oct 5 Lost to Tulare Western Mustangs 50-26
Oct 11 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 49-0
Oct 19 Beat Delano Tigers 42-13
Oct 26 Beat Monache Marauders 51-40
Nov 9 Lost to Wasco Tigers 20-7
No 6 KERMAN LIONS (7-5) (2-2 NSL)
Last year the Lions went (10-2) (4-0 NSL CHAMPIONS)
Head Coach Stephen Hurt
How will life be after Sean Chambers? Sean was the greatest Lions player in school history and now playing in Wyoming.
The Lions return almost everybody on defense and they should be real strong. The O-line will also be real good along with the running game and wide receivers.
The running backs will be senior Colton Smith and remember the name because he is big and physical. Isaac Velez is the speed back.
The new QB with big shoes to fill will be junior Gavin Layton. The Lions will run the power spread from the shoot gun but when you have a new QB, look for Smith and Velez to carry the load.
The X factor will be Gavin at QB. This Lions team has the makings to be real good.
Aug 17 Beat Selma Bears 21-2
Aug 24 Beat Madera South Stallions 35-7
Aug 31 Lost to Madera Coyotes 48-30
Sept 7 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 20-14
Sept 14 Beat Mission Oak Hawks 40-19
Sept 21 Beat Roosevelt Rough Riders 22-21 OT
Sept 28 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 30-28
Oct 5 Beat Yosemite Badgers 49-14
Oct 19 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 50-28
Oct 26 Beat Washington Union Panthers 24-20
Nov 2 Beat Chavez Titans 35-0
Nov 9 Lost to Golden West Trailblazers 51-30
No 7 NORTH STARS (7-5) (4-1 SEYL)
Last year the Stars went (9-4) (3-1 SEYL)
Head Coach Norm Brown
The Stars have the potential to be real good again. Last year it was the best Stars team since 1970. They do have some senior leaders with running back Chris Romero, (LB) who rushed for 1,659 yards. Big senior James Johnson (DE) returns at receiver and he is very good. OL/DL Damian Mireles leds the big guys upfront.
The new QB looks like it will be junior Cole Fields. The offensive line will be real good and they all return from last year.
Aug 17 Lost to Centennial Golden Hawks 28-14
Aug 25 Lost to Monterey Toreadores 37-14
Aug 31 Lost to Shafter Generals 42-14
Sept 7 Beat Wasco Tigers 29-26
Sept 14 Beat West Vikings 36-0
Sept 28 Beat Highland Scots 35-16
Oct 5 Beat Foothill Trojans 52-0
Oct 12 Lost to East Bakersfield Blades 21-16
Oct 19 Beat Mira Monte Lions 42-0
Oct 26 Beat South Rebels (The Sword Game) 14-10
Nov 2 Beat Mission Oak Hawks 24-7
Nov 8 Lost to Monache Marauders 48-45
No 8 WASHINGTON UNION PANTHERS (5-7) (1-3 NSL)
Head Coach Art Francis
This is Coach Francis 1st year and the Panthers are always a sleeping giant with plenty of talent. This years team has the makings to be good on both sides of the ball. The QB will be senior Stefan Dowell. The running backs will be seniors Ricky Valenzuela and Elijah Cabrera (LB). The receivers are fast with senior Stephen Martin and junior Darius Mccray. The X factor is the offensive line and also the D-line.
Aug 17 Lost to Madera Coyotes 49-20
Aug 24 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 48-14
Aug 31 Beat Dos Palos Broncos 20-19
Sept 7 Lost to Selma Bears 28-13
Sept 14 Beat Hoover Patriots 28-14
Sept 21 Beat Reedley Pirates 35-13
Oct 5 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 27-20
Oct 12 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 35-7
Oct 19 Beat Yosemite Badgers 64-0
Oct 26 Lost to Kerman Lions 24-20
Nov 2 Beat Roosevelt Rough Riders 14-6
Nov 9 Lost to CVC Cavaliers 48-7
No 9 ROOSEVELT ROUGH RIDERS (8-3) (4-1 NYL CHAMPIONS)
Last year the Rough Riders went (8-4) (4-1 NYL)
Head Coach Vince Brandstetter
Coach Vince takes over and he is one of the best. It will take some time to get the program turned around on and off the field. Some players have transferred out.
The Riders defense will be good and leading the way will be senior middle linebacker Alex Quedeza.
The X factor if the offense steps up the Riders can win the NYL
Rough Riders schedule
Aug 17 Beat Immanuel Eagles 21-6
Aug 24 Beat Dos Palos Broncos 16-13 in 5 Overtimes
Aug 31 Beat Firebaugh Eagles 14-7
Sept 7 Beat Granite Hills Grizzlies 28-0
Sept 21 Lost to Kerman Lions 22-21 OT
Sept 28 Beat Reedley Pirates 41-0
Oct 5 Lost to Hoover Patriots 35-13
Oct 11 Beat McLane Highlanders 53-7
Oct 19 Beat Sunnyside Wildcats 28-16
Oct 26 vs Fresno High Warriors (90th“Little Big” Pig game) 49-46
Nov 2 Lost to Washington Union Panthers 14-6
No 10 EAST BAKERSFIELD BLADES (5-6) (4-1 SEYL CHAMPIONS)
The Blades last year went (3-8) (0-5 SYL)
Head Coach Chad Grider
QB Richard Lara returns for his senior year and he is good. The Blades move into a new league and they will compete for the title. The Blades will bring in toughness this year but will be young.
New head coach Grider working on building a consistent football program. It will take time.
The X factor will be players stepping up for their outstanding senior QB.
Aug 17 Beat Golden Valley Bulldogs 40-0
Aug 24 Lost to West Vikings 27-12
Aug 31 Lost to Delano Tigers 20-14
Sept 7 Lost to Chavez Titans 12-8
Sept 14 Lost to Monache Marauders 45-25
Sept 28 Beat Mira Monte Lions 41-14
Oct 5 Beat South Rebels 21-17
Oct 12 Beat North Stars 21-16
Oct 19 Beat Foothill Trojans 28-17
Oct 26 Lost to Highland Scots 25-20
Nov 2 Lost to Wasco Tigers 33-16
No 11 SELMA BEARS (4-6) (2-3 CSL)
Last year the Bears went (8-3) (3-2 CSL)
Head Coach Matt Logue
The Bears have lost plenty of stars including QB Junior Ramirez with graduation. The Bears lose senior QB Ricky Mota for the year with a broken arm. Ricky was one heck of an athlete and will be missed. The New QB is now sophomore Joey Ramirez and has the potential to be real good!
The Bears return a lot of players that played in a lot of meaningful minutes last year including the entire offensive line. The Bears will have 4 sophomores that will all carry the ball that are very talented but young along with returners Brian Ching and Patrick Angelo. Leading WR Ivan Valdez returns who looked great all summer in 7 on 7.
Defensively the Bears will be led by DE/TE Dante Guicho, NG/RT Martin Lucio, MLB Adam Rodriguez, OLB’s Brian Ching and Niko Herrera. Both corners return with Ricky Mota and Casey Gonzalez, An Athlete to watch out for is Aaron Blancas who played on the basketball team as a Freshman and will play corner and touch the ball in a variety of ways. The Bears have a great balance of returning veterans and young talent.
The X factor is the Bears will get better and better as the year goes on.
Aug 17 Lost to Kerman Lions 21-2
Aug 24 Lost to Independence Falcons 47-0
Aug 31 Beat Sunnyside Wildcats 21-13
Sept 7 Beat Washington Union Panthers 28-13
Sept 14 Lost to Madera Coyotes 57-55 in 2 OT
Sept 28 Beat Hanford West Huskies 77-46
Oct 5 Lost to Dinuba Emperors 35-0
Oct 12 Beat Exeter Monarchs 28-13
Oct 19 Lost to Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 49-7
Oct 26 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 49-14
No 12 MISSION OAK HAWKS (2-9) (1-4 EYL)
Last year the Hawks went (0-10) (0-5 EYL)
Head Coach David Flores
The Hawks need to forget about last year. They were a young team and this year they move into division 4.
The Hawks had a very good summer and will be much better but they play a very tough schedule.
Aug 17 Beat West Vikings 21-14
Aug 24 Lost to Madera Coyotes 31-21
Aug 31 Lost to Memorial Panthers 49-6
Sept 7 Lost to Mt. Whitney Pioneers 55-21
Sept 14 Lost to Kerman Lions 40-19
Sept 28 Lost to Porterville Panthers 33-14
Oct 5 Lost to Monache Marauders 35-7
Oct 12 Lost to Tulare Western Mustangs 49-0
Oct 19 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 41-3
Oct 25 Beat Delano Tigers 44-13
Nov 2 Lost to North Stars 24-7
No 13 DELANO TIGERS (3-7) (0-5 EYL)
Last year the Tigers went (6-5) (3-2 EYL)
Head Coach Mario Abundez
2nd year for Coach Abundez and the Tigers are very well coached!
The Tigers had a tremendous 2nd half of the season last year so keep an eye on the Tigers.
Plenty return for this year on both sides of the ball.
The Tigers are hoping to be 5-0 heading into the EYL league opener vs Tulare Western.
Aug 17 Beat Chavez Titans 26-20
Aug 23 Lost to South Rebels 60-6
Aug 31 Beat East Bakersfield Blades 20-14
Sept 14 Beat Foothill Trojans 40-14
Sept 21 Lost to Wasco Tigers 26-21
Sept 28 Lost to Tulare Western Mustangs 56-0
Oct 5 Lost to Tulare Union Tribe 52-0
Oct 11 Lost to Monache Marauders 37-13
Oct 19 Lost to Porterville Panthers 42-13
Oct 25 Lost to Mission Oak Hawks 44-13
No 14 CHAVEZ TITANS (3-7) (2-4 SSL)
Last year the Titans went (0-9) (0-6 S Seq)
Head Coach Jesse Ortega
This is Coach Ortega’s 2nd year coaching the Titans. Last year he came in and the Titans cupboards were bare. He had to start from scratch with a real young team.
Senior running back Elijah Rangel will lead the Titans. The QB will be sophomore Cameron Huerta.
Seniors Ruben Cervantes (LB) and Manuel Fernandez (MLB) lead the defense.
The Titans will be much better this year.
Aug 17 Lost to Delano Tigers 26-20
Aug 24 Lost to Monache Marauders 25-8
Aug 31 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 49-8
Sept 7 Beat East Bakersfield Blades 12-8
Sept 14 Lost to Shafter Generals 57-7
Sept 21 Beat McFarland Cougars 36-32
Sept 28 Lost to Arvin Bears 44-0
Oct 5 Lost to Wasco Tigers 21-7
Oct 12 Beat Taft Wildcats 19-0
Oct 26 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 44-13
No 15 REEDLEY PIRATES (3-7) (1-4 NYL)
Last year the Pirates went (2-8) (2-3 NYL)
Head Coach Brandon Nagle
The Pirates will be back on the radar very soon because Coach Nagle and his staff are doing one heck of a job to building back the Reedley program.
Aug 17 Lost to Sanger Apaches 45-0
Aug 24 Beat Sierra Pacific Golden Bears 21-12
Aug 31 Lost to Dinuba Emperors 52-7
Sept 7 Beat Mendota Aztecs 46-13
Sept 21 Lost to Washington Union Panthers 35-13
Sept 28 Lost to Roosevelt Rough Riders 41-0
Oct 5 Beat McLane Highlanders 41-21
Oct 11 Lost to Fresno High Warriors 28-20
Oct 18 Hoover Pirates 31-7
Oct 26 Lost to Sunnyside Wildcats 43-7
No 16 EXETER MONARCHS (2-7) (1-4 CSL)
Last year the Monarchs went (5-6) (1-4 CSL)
Head Coach Keirsten Lamb
The Monarchs have been getting after it all summer long and this is one of the hardest working Monarchs groups in a while.
Last year the Monarchs ran a Pro style offensive attack with a young team. Plenty come back and they will be much better this year.
The QB will be senior Jaykob Acosta and he’s the best athlete on the team. You talk about a sleeper QB….here is the true sleeper. The O-line is working hard and should be real good upfront.
Leading way in the backfield will be junior Nathaniel Heath and senior Chad Hilvers jr. Fullback will be senior Tyler Reser.
The big guys upfront and leading the way will be Pag Meter Watch list player junior Jordan Mueller who is 6’4, 235.
Senior (Center/DE) Mikey Gubbins never missed a snapped last year and a big time competitor.
Senior Abram Bejerano (OG) has a motor that every coach dreams about! He is full throttle on every snap. Senior Josiah Martinez (DB/WR/QB)is the ultimate team player. He will play wherever needed!
The Monarchs will have plenty of team speed on defense and they have the perfect schedule to get a high seed in the playoffs.
Aug 17 Beat Farmersville Aztecs 49-0
Aug 24 Lost to Woodlake Tigers 28-15
Sept 7 Lost to McLane Highlanders 38-35
Sept 21 Lost to Chowchilla Tribe 34-6
Sept 28 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 52-30
Oct 5 Beat Hanford West Huskies 62-27
Oct 12 Lost to Selma Bears 28-13
Oct 19 Lost to Dinuba Emperors 43-16
Oct 26 Lost to Central Valley Christian Cavaliers 70-12
No 17 MADERA SOUTH STALLIONS (0-10) (0-5 CMAC)
Last year the Stallions went (1-9) (0-5 CMAC)
Head Coach Matt Johnson
Matt is building a football culture at Madera South. It’s much easier when you have one high school in your town. Some Madera South players have not bought in as of yet. The Stallions have so much potential and the players that have bought in are working their ass off and it’s great to see. The Stallion players are so respectful and I love that! The young Stallions (7th-9th) are very good so the future is bright.
With a new high school coming in Madera ….I PLEAD with the CIF to get Madera South out of the CMAC. It’s simple…..Move Washington Union out of the NSL and into the NYL, move Sunnyside out of the NYL and into the CMAC (where they belong) and move Madera South out of the CMAC and into the North Sequoia. It’s a no brainer and I can’t believe it hasn’t happened yet.
There is NOT one team in division 4 that would win a game in the CMAC so Madera South has to do well with the 5 non league games before it turns into a child abuse case.
The QB will now be Sr. Steven Alaniz and it’s about time because the Stallions have had ZERO QB play. Steven is Swiss Army Knife and team leader and he is needed at QB.
Sr. Matt Posas who is the best running back will come in hurt with a bad shoulder that he hurt in wrestling. He’s a Bad Ass wrestler and track sprinter.
Sr. Dallas Hansen, is 6’1″ 200, RB/Safety/LB. Big and fast, great student athlete.
Sr Emilio Gonzalez, 5’10” 205 LB/OG Steady, smart and aggressive. He has the intangibles.
The X factor is the Stallions need to stay focus during the CMAC league play because they have plenty of potential in the division 4 playoffs. This team is a work in progress…
Aug 24 Lost to Kerman Lions 35-7
Aug 31 Lost to Wasco Tigers 64-23
Sept 7 Lost to Golden West Trailblazers 49-22
Sept 14 Lost to Fresno High Warriors 34-19
Sept 21 Lost to Kingsburg Vikings 57-7
Sept 28 Lost to Edison Tigers 48-8
Oct 5 Lost to Memorial Panthers 49-6
Oct 12 Lost to Sanger Apaches 63-19
Oct 18 Lost to Bullard Knights 55-15
Oct 26 Lost to Madera Coyotes (11th annual Battle for the Saw) 21-16
No 18 TAFT WILDCATS (2-8) (0-6 SYL)
Last year the Wildcats went (2-7) (2-4 S Seq)
Head Coach George Falgout
Senior Jackson Van Roekel returns at QB and that will help the offense. Plenty return on the defensive side of the ball. The Warriors are always a physical team.
We will know early if the Wildcats are a contender.
Aug 17 Beat Kern Valley Broncs 49-6
Aug 24 Beat California City Ravens 54-36
Aug 31 Lost to Tehachapi Warriors 34-15
Sept 7 Lost to Coalinga Horned Toads 34-21
Sept 14 Lost to Kennedy Thunderbirds 35-0
Sept 21 Lost to Shafter Generals 57-0
Oct 5 Lost to McFarland Cougars 13-12
Oct 12 Lost to Chavez Titans 19-0
Oct 19 Lost to Wasco Tigers 48-7
Oct 26 Lost to Arvin Bears 43-7
No 19 MENDOTA AZTECS (2-8) (2-3 WSL)
Last year the Aztecs went (5-5) (3-2 West Seq)
Head Coach Beto Mejia
The overachievers really need to be back in division 5. Wherever Firebaugh is, that’s where Mendota needs to be and that is division 5.
Senior Isaiah Clark will be the Aztecs QB and he has speed and can throw it.
Sophomore RB/Safety Diego Porto will be good.
The Aztecs will have FB/LB Senior Fabian Perez, sophomore LB Alex Escobar,, Junior WR/CB Adan Barajas, Juniors OL/DL Joel Anguiano 6′ 4″ 275 & Angel Gutierrez 5′ 11″ 220 will be anchoring upfront.
Aug 17 Lost to McLane Highlanders 36-29
Aug 24 Lost to Liberty Madera Hawks 55-7
Aug 31 Lost to Templeton Eagles 38-20
Sept 7 Lost to Reedley Pirates 46-13
Sept 21 Lost to Immanuel Eagles 41-18
Sept 28 Lost to Dos Palos Broncos 48-14
Oct 5 Lost to Firebaugh Eagles 28-15
Oct 12 Beat Avenal Buccaneers 18-13
Oct 19 Lost to Coalinga Horned Toads 38-0
Oct 26 Lost to Tranquillity Tigers 40-7