Brixton Gomes is the most dominating pitcher in the Madera National Little League. So much so that he could probably beat most teams with one arm tied behind his back. Or hanging by his side.
Just... a Bit Outside
The sports reflections of Tribune sports editor and acting managing editor Paul Stanford.
Everyone is still trying to figure out what in the world to do about Tim Lincecum. The two-time Cy Young winner has clearly lost his edge. But is it physical or mental? Both is likely the case.
With the Memorial Day weekend approaching, I would like to ask a favor of all professional athletes that compare what they do to war — shut your ignorant, spoiled and pampered pie holes.
As I discussed in a previous column, the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) evaluates each member high school every two years to make a determination if division realignment is needed to keep each s
James Cook was a highly decorated high school state and national champion wrestler at Madera High.
Well, the much-anticipated summer vacation is nearly here for Madera students. No more early morning alarms and rushing to class while trying to put the finishing touches on homework.
As I was announcing the baseball playoff game between the Madera Coyotes and Tulare Western Mustangs on Thursday, I happened to take a glance at the stands.