Madison High School Football, Clairemont High School Football Season Wrap Up

Bucs Swashbuckle Madison, Eagles Soar Over Parker, Devils Scalp Chiefs


Despite the robust running demonstrated by Kareem Coles and Shaheed Madyun, the top-seeded Madison Warhawks football team suffered a tough 21-18 upset loss at the hands of the eighth-seeded Mission Bay Buccaneers in a C.I.F. Division II quarterfinal playoff game played at Madison’s George Hoagland Memorial Stadium.

Madyun, a five-foot-nine-inch, 165-pound sophomore, scored on touchdown runs of three and six yards in the first and second quarters to give the Warhawks leads of 6-0 and 12-0, respectively.

Coles, a six-foot-one-inch, 171-pound sophomore, scored on a nine-yard touchdown run of his own to extend Madison’s advantage to 18-14 with roughly four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t quite enough as the Warhawks closed out their campaign with an overall record of 9-2.

This year, Coles (1,100 plus yards passing, 400 plus yards rushing), Madyun (300 plus yards receiving, 90 plus yards rushing), Kevin Moore (800 plus yards rushing), Isaiah Osborne (700 plus yards rushing, 50 plus yards receiving), Vincent Parrish (500 plus yards receiving), John Jackson (100 plus yards rushing), David Casco (200 plus yards passing, 100 plus yards rushing), Joshua Robinson (300 plus yards receiving), Marc Quinlin (100 plus yards receiving), and Michael Garner (50 plus yards rushing) were all dynamic threats on offense for Madison.

In other local action, the Francis Parker Lancers and Clairemont Chieftains also saw their football seasons come to conclusions.

Junior quarterback Khaleel Jenkins showed some athleticism with team-highs in the air (11 out of 21 for 134 yards) and on the ground (six carries for 60 yards), but the eighth-seeded Granite Hills Eagles controlled the clock and defeated top-seeded Francis Parker 28-16 in a C.I.F. Division III quarterfinal playoff game played on the Lancers home turf in Linda Vista.

Meanwhile, the Sweetwater Red Devils shut out the Chieftains by a final score of 35-0 in a C.I.F. Division IV quarterfinal playoff game played on the campus of Sweetwater High School in National City.

With the losses, Francis Parker and Clairemont finished with overall records of 10-1 and 5-7, respectively.

Rob Stone is a life-long resident of the Clairemont Mesa/Kearny Mesa area and is also a certified scout with Sports Management Worldwide.  If you would like a professional scouting report written up on your son or daughter and have it submitted to the college(s) of your choice, you can contact him directly.  He may be reached at:  http://www.highvoltigesports.blogspot.com,,, or 1 (619) 871-7024.

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