While it was pretty much a forgone conclusion that the section’s top-ranked Madera South boys cross country team was going to win its eighth straight Valley Championship, second-year Stallion head coach Eloy
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
CHOWCHILLA — With two key mistakes in the first half, the Madera South Stallions still had the fortitude to fight back, but fell short in the end in the Div. IV quarterfinal football game.
Players of the game: With the running game bogged down and averaging 2.5 yards per carry, the Stallions were forced to throw the ball.
Although there were plenty of local high school football games going on in the Central Valley, the LoanMart Madera Speedway had its own version of “Friday Night Lights” that featured plenty of hard-hits, hig
FRESNO — For eight years, the Madera South boys cross country teams have competed in the Central Section Cross Country Championships in Woodward Park.
O’NEALS — The Liberty Hawks girls volleyball team’s chance of heading to the Div. IV Central Section championship game virtually vanished in the early part of the second set against Minarets-O’Neals.
With the stroke of the pen, Liberty Hawks softball players Ana Hayes and Elizabeth Valdez signified their intention to continue playing softball next year.