The score was tied at 28 in overtime last week, every Madera fan inside Tulare’s Bob Mathias Stadium was on their feet, and, for just a moment, it looked like the Coyotes’ football season was over.
Excerpts of sports articles published in The Madera Tribune newspaper.
For the fifth time in the last six years and for the fourth straight season, the Liberty Hawks will play in the Valley Championship game.
Player of the game: Senior running back Jesus Jimenez, known as “Chuy” by his team, chewed up the Mission Oak Hawks defense like a hungry Coyote.
Player of the game: He didn’t score a touchdown. He didn’t even touch the ball on offense. However, C.J. Cambra made his presence felt along the defensive line.
Fresh off capturing its seventh straight section title and third in Div.
The Liberty Hawks football team is prepared for its seventh straight post-Thanksgiving football game tonight against the unknown Golden West-Visalia Trailblazers in the Div. IV semifinals.
After a stellar stomping of quarterfinal opponent South-Bakersfield last week, third-seed Madera Coyotes go on the road tonight for a matchup with second-seeded Mission Oak High School in Tulare to define wh